Reporting to the associate vice president for enterprise information systems, the manager of enterprise systems will manage the day to day operations and projects of Rice University's enterprise class systems including financial, HR/payroll, procurement, facility, and document management systems. They will need to be a transformative leader, someone who understands emerging technologies or new processes and how they can be leveraged to benefit the customer and Rice. They will be responsible for a high volume of automation and tools such as RPA that will be utilized within the application portfolio they are responsible for. They will grow their applications in a manner that Rice will get maximum return on their investments. They will manage the implementation and maintenance of vendor software components, upgrades, quarterly release cycles, patches, software development efforts, and the ongoing production operations. The individual manages and coordinates the system integrations, administration, and middleware. They will be focused on continual process improvement by partnering with their customers and departments on operations and projects. They will work individually and through team leads to achieve high performing, reliable systems and complete projects and provide presentations that speak to the KPIs and continuing value the team brings.
Position Status: Full-Time
Rice University is an Equal Opportunity Employer with commitment to diversity at all levels, and considers for employment qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status.
Internal Number: 24097
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