Associate Chief Information Officer of Enterprise Infrastructure Services
This position has strong input and influence on the direction of the university in addressing enterprise infrastructure needs with regard to choice of architecture, hardware, and software technologies, choices between local and cloud-based services, and associated staffing requirements.
Working closely with a broad range of stakeholders, including administrators, faculty, researchers, and technical professionals, the Associate CIO provides campus wide leadership in the analysis, selection, deployment, integration, maintenance and operation of enterprise technologies to meet a broad range of business needs in support of the university's mission of teaching, research and public service.
Deals with a broad range of complex information technology solutions, and relates to the varying needs and viewpoints of the faculty, staff, and students. The incumbent must be able to evaluate risk, be able to act expeditiously to make decisions, understanding the factors associated with decision-making in a technological environment. This position requires original thinking and judgment in the development, and deployment of technical solutions to meet the university's computing needs.
Has a strong grasp of the unique challenges associated with managing networks, data centers, enterprise identity and access management, and other foundational technologies in a diverse academic environment.
In executing the duties described above the Associate CIO must be technically proficient in a broad range of different information technologies and be able to relate to the varying viewpoints and business needs of the clients who use them. The position will provide input to the campus budgeting process and administrative IT prioritization process affecting the allocation of funds for enterprise infrastructure within central IT and distributed campus departments.
Job Summary Final Filing Date : July 6, 2020 Salary Range : $122,800 to $355,300 Salary Frequency : Annual Appointment Type : Career Percentage of Time : 100% Shift Hour : Standard Location : UC Davis City : Davis Union Representation : No Benefits Eligible : Yes
We offer exceptional employment benefits including medical, dental, and vision plans, generous paid vacations and holidays, excellent retirement savings and investment plans, continuing education, and reduced fee and scholarship programs.
NO VISA SPONSORSHIP IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS POSITION.
Responsibilities Reporting to the Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Associate CIO for Enterprise Infrastructure Services (EIS) is a key IT leadership position within the central IT organization. This position will influence the architectural standards and policies as well as provide strategic and operational leadership to ensure ongoing operations of specialized information technology infrastructure supporting the delivery of services across the UC Davis campus and Health System that enable and sustain the university's academic, research and public service mission in a complex distributed computing environment.
Responsible for the design, implementation, maintenance and operation, and improvement of the IT infrastructure, including voice and data networks (wired and wireless), classroom audio visual systems, virtual and physical computing environments, infrastructure security, research infrastructure, system administration, middleware, infrastructure application management, engineering, installation and repair services, data centers, and cloud based resources.
The Associate CIO of EIS leads in establishing overall technical and network architecture; implementing security and operational requirements and standards, overseeing ongoing system, network and data center operations; developing and executing annual budgets; enhancing current strategies, standards, processes and procedures. Works with stakeholders to support the UC Davis campus through the efficient and effective use of technological resources. Directs all employees in the Infrastructure unit of the IT department to align and support the university's strategic goals. Works in collaboration with the CIO and campus IT management in the development and deployment of secured and high availability information systems to mitigate risks, maintain continuity of operations, and safeguard the university's information assets.
The Associate CIO of EIS also advises the CIO, campus policy makers, senior administrators and executives from a broad range of campus departments, on the strategic decisions involved throughout the technology lifecycle.
Direct Reports: 7.0 FTE Indirect Reports: 127.0 FTE
Direct: SYS ADMIN MGR 2: 1.0 FTE SYS ADMIN MGR 1: 1.0 FTE INFO SYS MGR 1: 3.0 FTE COMM & NET TCHL MGR 1: 1.0 FTE IT ARCHITECT 5: 1.0 FTE
Indirect: IT ARCHITECT 5 - SUPV: 7.0 FTE SYS ADMIN 5 - SUPV: 1.0 FTE COMM & NET TECHL SUPV 2: 3.0 FTE COMM & NET TECHL SUPV 1: 1.0 FTE BUS SYS ADMIN 4 - SUPV: 1.0 FTE APP PROG 5: 13.0 FTE APP PROG 4: 12.0 FTE APP PROG 3: 4.0 FTE AV IT ENG 4: 2.0 FTE BUS TECH SUP ANL 3: 2.0 FTE BUS TECH SUP ANL 2: 6.0 FTE BUS SYS ADMIN 4: 1.0 FTE BUS SYS AMDIN 3: 2.0 FTE BUS SYS ADMIN 2: 1.0 FTE COMM & NET TCHL ANL 3: 2.0 FTE COMM & NET TCHL ANL 2: 3.0 FTE COMM RES SPEC 2: 2.0 FTE CONSTR INSP 2: 1.0 FTE DATABASE ADM 5: 3.0 FTE GEOGRAPIC INFO SYS PROG 3: 2.0 FTE INFO SYS 5: 2.0 FTE IT ARCHITECT 5: 9.0 FTE IT ARCHITECT 4: 1.0 FTE IT ARCHITECT 3: 2.0 FTE PRINC ELEC TECH: 11.0 FTE PRINC TELE TECH: 6.0 FTE SR TELE TECH: 1.0 FTE SYS ADMIN 5: 8.0 FTE SYS ADMIN 4: 9.0 FTE SYS ADMIN 3: 2.0 FTE TCHL PROJ MGT PROFL 3: 4.0 FTE TCHL PROJ MGT PROFL 2: 1.0 FTE TELEVISION ENG: 2.0 FTE
Master's degree in a related field and/or equivalent education and experience.
8 -10 years of experience in enterprise Information Technology infrastructure.
5 - 7 years of strategic and leadership responsibility managing midsize to large teams, influencing senior-level management and stakeholders.
Advanced technical knowledge of a varied set of technologies, such as server virtualization, advanced networking, identity and access management, and high-performance computing architecture.
Ability to analyze, understand and communicate between business requirements and technical design.
Problem-solving, negotiation, and decision-making skills to influence management; as well as, internal and external partners.
Interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, and presentation skills interact with a diverse group of individuals to secure and/or provide information to clarify situations, resolve problems, and negotiate services and/or agreements.
Ability to demonstrate highly effective, productive, and motivational leadership skills. Ability to actively communicate, inspire and motivate all levels of staff.
Management experience to assess performance and implement measures to improve performance.
Experience with various approaches to infrastructure architecture (such as on premises, cloud, or hybrid) and their implications for sustainability, business continuity, and disaster recovery.
Demonstrated track record of maintaining currency with technological trends and available solutions in the marketplace.
Experience working with and communicating to individuals and populations both one-on-one and in very large groups.
Preferred Qualifications A combination of extensive experience, education, and certification as listed below are highly desirable:
Master's degree in Computer Science or Information Technology from an accredited college or university and 10 years of Information Technology and 7 years of managerial and strategic experience.
Direct experience in the specific technical areas of systems administration, applications development, database administration, network operations, and data center operations.
Knowledge and understanding of university organization, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures, and experience working in a higher education environment.
Knowledge of national and industry offerings and trends pertaining to design, development, and support of enterprise infrastructure.
Knowledge of IT operation processes including asset management, configuration management, incident management, and change management.
Ability to understand both the simple straightforward processes that represent the simplest business tasks to the most complex.
Possess excellent project management skills with proven track record.
Experience in developing and administering technology policy.
Ability to work with senior university staff, the general campus community, and senior technical personnel.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter with their application.
Special Requirements This position may be subject to a criminal background investigation, drug screen, Live Scan fingerprinting, medical evaluation clearance, and functional capacity assessment.
EEO The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.
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