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Posted 365 days ago
Budget Title: Associate Vice President (MP-2, Management Confidential)*
Salary: Commensurate with education and experience
Information Technology touches almost every aspect of Binghamton University's work and community. As the university continues to grow and implement its Road Map, transformational leadership of the Information Technology function will be critical to its success.
The incoming CIO will lead, inspire, develop, and manage a talented and engaged professional team with a wide range of responsibilities, knowledge and experience. This leader will empower staff to meet the high expectations of the campus community by supporting and mentoring them in their work, establishing clear priorities and measurable goals, communicating effectively and leading transparently. They will establish a culture for ITS to be a highly responsive, reliable and service oriented function. Through the use of a customer relationship model and continuous improvement process, the CIO will assure the highest possible service levels within information technology are met.
The CIO will report to the Vice President for Operations and will be the university's principal technology leader responsible for academic, research, administrative, security, and infrastructure technology resources and services. The CIO works closely with the Provost, all the Vice Presidents, Deans of each of the University's colleges and schools, Dean of the Libraries, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, and the Assistant Provost and Executive Director of the Center for Learning and Teaching. They will also work with faculty, students, Faculty Senate, Professional Staff Senate, department heads and other campus users to assess current needs and formulate plans and projects for ITS' support of their needs.
The successful candidate will be an individual experienced with the rhythms of teaching and research at the university level, who can foster innovation and excellence and provide vision, leadership, direction and planning for the academic and research technology path for Binghamton.
Other responsibilities of the CIO include:
Qualifications and Qualities
The incoming CIO at Binghamton University will be a self-confident leader with a collaborative, open management style that fosters participation and contribution by others. They will have both broad and deep information technology experience, encompassing strategic planning, complex organizational structures, projectplanning, budgeting and management, process development and transformation. The CIO will be a dynamic leader who combines a service orientation with an energy and enthusiasm towards innovation. Other desired qualifications and characteristics include: