SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Posting Number: 0180079
Position Title: Chief Information Technology Officer
(Office of the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration)
(All postings close at 4:00 PM): Open Until Filled
OPEN UNTIL FILLED: PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2018.
Job Type: Classified Manager/Administrative
Examples of Duties:
1. Provide visionary and operational leadership for strategic planning, implementation and improvement of academic and administrative technologies and related support services aligned with the vision, mission and priorities of City College of San Francisco.
2. In consultation with department and office heads, develop a coordinated, efficient, and integrated approach for the use of technology throughout the College.
3. Serve as technical advisor to the District regarding technology priorities, projects, policies, procedures, activities, needs, issues and opportunities; communicate with administrators, personnel, technology committees and outside agencies to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs, and resolve issues; establish, develop, and maintain professional relationships with technology-related companies and organizations.
4. Coordinate and direct projects, resources, services, personnel and communications to meet College technology needs and assure smooth, timely, reliable, and efficient services.
5. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel; coordinate and review staff work assignments to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures.
6. Ensure ongoing training for all personnel to maintain industry technical standards.
7. Ensure confidentiality, security and integrity of all electronic information assets and IT infrastructure; develop and administer related policies, procedures and guidelines; research and assess future technology options to maintain high data quality and integrity.
8. Plan, develop, and recommend draft technology policies, procedures, and objectives for review by the Vice Chancellor/Chancellor; and ensure that policies, procedures, and objectives are in compliance with district policy.
9. Develop qualitative and quantitative measures of productivity, quality control, and work-load performance standards. Provide periodic reports on information technology operations including short and long-term goals, objectives, performance standards, and outcomes.
10. Comply with all District, County, State, and Federal regulations and requirements.
11. Provide reports to Administration, Participatory Governance committees, and the Governing Board as directed.
12. Monitor, analyze, and manage IT services and resources in response to the technological needs and priorities of the College; provide responsive leadership in strategic planning, implementation, and enhancement of academic and administrative technologies, networking, and support services; collaborate with other administrators and Broadcast Media Services and Audio Visual to develop a coordinated, efficient, and integrated approach to the use of technology in all College operations.
13. Direct the planning and maintenance of the College's integrated administrative information systems; plan, organize, and manage the installations, configuration, design, and modification of new enterprise application software and related technologies.
14. Plan, organize, and manage College-wide technology functions to facilitate and enhance the collection, management, manipulation, reporting, and distribution of computerized data used for analysis.
15. Monitor and analyze technology programs, systems, and activities for financial effectiveness, operational efficiency, capacity, and planned replacement to meet planned institutional priorities; direct the development and implementation of technology planning and project management processes to insure constituent involvement with project prioritization.
16. Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for IT; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; research, obtain, and maintain grants and other funding sources for technology systems and services.
17. Direct and participate in utilizing various computer systems to produce a variety of computerized reports used in College planning, decision making, and governmental compliance functions; recommend policies, procedures, and regulations for the efficient, timely and accurate collection, analysis, storage, security, and dissemination of College information.
18. Define and adjust IT standards and technologies. Align IT objectives and programs to enterprise objectives and strategies, and ensure that implementation of technology will occur in an integrated manner designed for the benefit of both academic and administrative functions.
19. Work cooperatively with other offices, divisions, and departments; (including student services, Library and Learning Resources and the Education Technology departments) to respond to ongoing reporting needs and to address data integrity issues using Argos and other tools and through management of ITS programming staff.
20. Promote a work culture of customer service, innovation, and quality services to students, employees, and the community.
21. Ensure continuous improvement of re-engineering, organizational change management, new technology solutions, assessment of best practices, and feedback from internal users and external customers to increase productivity and effectiveness.
22. Research, analyze and maintain current knowledge of new technologies that can enhance College operations and services.
23. Ensure all technology systems are operational 24x7 with sufficient redundancy.
24. Oversee the hiring of and provide leadership, administrative direction and supervision to assigned classified staff; delegate and review assignments and projects; establish clear expectations for effective performance and evaluate work products and results.
25. Supervise the professional conduct of staff and promote a work culture of cooperation, mutual support, and optimal customer service; cooperate with Employee Relations in resolving personnel disciplinary matters and serve as a grievance officer on personnel disciplinary matters as applicable.
26. Participate collegially on Participatory Governance committees, and chair ad hoc committees as commissioned by the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration.
27. Represent the College in local, regional, state and national groups, organizations, K-12 schools, and post-secondary institutions with tech-related issues.
28. Attend Board of Trustees' meetings; make presentations and submit reports and action items related to areas of responsibility.
29. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration.
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