Information technology empowers Indiana University's students, faculty, and staff to continually improve the quality of their research, teaching and learning, and service. Client Services and Support provides support and services for students, faculty, and staff, health technology services, and licensing agreements.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, provide a leadership role, university-wide, for the development and management of resources to improve the support of technology used by all members of the Indiana University community through a sustained and systemic focus on the needs of faculty, staff, students and all IU constituents. Provide vision for the development and adaptation of services to meet changing needs of faculty, students and staff. Establish external relations to develop business relationships to provide services for other organizations. Coordinate emergency management and continuity for OVPIT units on eight IU campus locations and 9 School of Medicine Campus locations. Serve on the CIO’s cabinet and represent the institution at meetings and conferences.
Provide leadership in comprehensive and strategic planning and development of an environment supporting the adoption and use of information technology at Indiana University. Forge and maintain effective partnerships with other University leadership to ensure achievement of mutual goals. Provide leadership for designing and implementing innovative information technology support in a constantly evolving environment to fulfill the strategic objectives of the organization and support the mission of Indiana University. Provide leadership within UITS and with other IT units to ensure that new products and service rollouts are as effective and efficient as is feasible so that these new technologies may be used successfully by the faculty, staff, students and other constituents of IU.
Provide leadership through directors/senior managers for the work activities of the Client Services & Support Division staff, at the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses and medical school locations across the state, inclusive of the varying support needs at the IU regional campuses. Determine needs; request and allocate resources required for the effective operation of this division.
Establish and maintain partnerships with vendors, agency representatives, and peers at other institutions nationally and internationally to improve support services development in support of research and educational IT initiatives. Develop business plans for leading all aspects of support services both for internal operations in other IU departments as well as external entities. This includes an in-depth understanding of the analytical techniques needed to proactively and reactively handle millions of annual support requests at scale.
Lead all aspects of the development and communication of University-wide policies, procedures and standards guiding the support for IT systems and services. Promote the IT Community Partnerships team for engagement, partnership, sustainability and compliance.
Lead or participate on university and campus-wide committees involved with support for major institutional IT systems and services (such as 1IUIT committee). Develop relationships with all levels of students, faculty and staff through tabling events, focus groups, regular meetings with deans and through IT Water Cooler sessions. Through the VPIT/CIO, serve as a senior advisor to the executive management of the University.
Chair the Executive Policy Committee on the OVPIT Incident Management Team. Serve as Chief of the Planning Section.
Represent the institution at local, state, national and International professional organizations and other activities. Provide leadership and make presentations at seminars and conferences as deemed appropriate.
Bachelor's degree in a related field and ten years of leadership experience in information technology.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Experience in deploying and leading broad scale technical support strategies and services for a large and diverse client base. Experience preparing, rationalizing, and leading a large capital and expense budget. Leadership experience in an R1 University IT support environment. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information.
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