The Chief Information Officer (CIO) reports to the Chief Business Officer (CBO) and Senior Vice Chancellor for Institutional Strategy. The CIO will provide leadership, vision and strategy across the University to support the needs of the students, faculty, and staff and to advance the institutional mission in a multi-campus setting. In the changing landscape of higher education, the CIO will commit to building an information technology (IT) program that adequately supports both the academic and administrative areas of the university. The CIO will be responsible for all aspects of information technology at the university including enterprise solutions, administrative functions, academic support, cybersecurity, IT policies and strategic plans. The CIO will work with academic areas in the ongoing evaluation of educational technologies and distance learning applications, and will be responsible for understanding the full scope of technology needs of students, faculty, and staff and providing a continuous commitment to excellence in customer service and support.
The CIO is responsible for the delivery of a full spectrum of information technology products and services to the four locations, including application services, infrastructure services, networking and communication services, enterprise systems project management, information security, and serving as a catalyst for the development of an integrated data analytics program.
Key to success in this role will be close collaboration with University leadership to establish value-added IT services using innovative, cost-effective technologies that improve business efficiency and effectiveness. The Chief Information Officer will foster a cohesive, collaborative, innovative, high-performing, and diverse work environment that respects contributions of leadership, faculty, and staff.
For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.
To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, June 18, 2023.