IT Transformation Program Coordinator

Job description



Manage and troubleshoot event logistics for IT transformation initiatives, programs and activities, including calendars, room reservations, agenda materials, catering, and related communications with team members and service partners.  Assist with setup and breakdown of events, in coordination with team members and service partners.




Participate in assigned IT transformation planning and management sessions as contributor (for logistical matters) and notetaker.  Develop content for IT transformation websites and communications.




Monitor assigned communications and feedback channels and produce updates and reports on their activity.  Using established protocols, assist in responding to community questions about IT transformation initiatives.  Manage IT transformation content repositories.






Education/Experience:  Associate‚Äôs degree plus strong evidence of prior success in managing complex situations with the appropriate level of detail and responsiveness or an equivilent combination of education/experience.




Skills: Ability to work quickly, effectively and maintain focus in a complex, high intensity and evolving environment. Ability to manage simultaneous tasks of varying complexity spanning concurrent activities. Ability to work effectively as a team member as well as an individual contributor. Ability to follow emerging and established logistical practices, assess their effectiveness, and suggest new or revised practices where needed. Strong facility with productivity and communications technologies and an aptitude for learning new technologies quickly and effectively. Superior attention to detail and follow through. Strong written and verbal communication. Good judgment in assessing challenges and escalating them proactively to supervisors. Experience with industry standard communications, website, collaboration, and calendar technologies.




Strongly preferred: Extensive experience with Google suite (calendar, mail, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Sites, etc). Project management experience. Experience writing for or managing websites. Experience in a team-driven environment (rather than an individual contributor environment).




All successful ITS staff are known for effectively applied expertise, thoughtful attention to detail, timely and appropriately calibrated follow-up, proactive and constructive problem-solving, openness to new approaches, and for building effective partnerships and trust within ITS, across the College and (where relevant) with external partners.











Please attach/upload a current resume and cover letter in order for your application to be considered for this position.


Review of applications will begin

April 24, 2019





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Posted: 4/18/2019
Application Due: 6/17/2019
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