Associate Director of Systems Engineering
8AM - 5PM
Commensurate with Experience
Under the general direction of the Chief Technology Officer, the Director of Systems Engineering is responsible for providing leadership and technical planning to the Systems Engineering group in support of campus academic and administrative systems. The Director also interacts with other departments within Computing and Communications, including Information Security, Network and Communications, Enterprise Solutions, Database Administration, and Academic Technology and Support, to achieve organizational goals.
Thorough knowledge of subject area sufficient for strategic planning, technology assessment and direction.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to effectively present technical topics to individuals and groups with potentially varied levels of technical sophistication.
Uses and applies applications Information Technology theories and concepts to manage and provide solutions.
Strong knowledge and understanding of service delivery principles.
Experienced in leading change management activities and managing their impact across the unit or department.
Thorough knowledge of technical concepts and basic operating principles of data communications, computer hardware, vendor IT products, and software.
Possesses skills necessary to accomplish department/section objectives and address related problems and issues in an effective manner.
Ability to understand the process involved to adapt, integrate, and modify existing programs or vendor-supplied products for use within the technical environment.
Experience of analyzing buy vs. build procurement for products for effective and efficient technology use.
Requires the ability to gather, organize, and analyze data in the completion of assignments.
Experience in the management of ongoing technology infrastructure acquisition and expansion, to include the identification and integration of suitable emerging technologies.
Familiarity with Unix/Linux systems administration, Windows systems administration and DevOps practices and methodologies.
Requires a broad working knowledge of the applications programming development function.
Demonstrated skill in managing technical staff.
Familiarity with Lean IT and Lean Service Delivery principles.
Familiarity with ServiceNow as an ITSM platform.
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