Binghamton University is looking for an Assistant Director to join our Enterprise Systems team, which is a part of the Enterprise Systems and Applications group. The Enterprise Systems and Applications group is responsible for the University systems infrastructure and the development and support of many of the University's online systems. The Systems team identifies and builds solutions that are reliable, scalable, and based on proven technologies by vendors such as Oracle, Microsoft, VMWare, RedHat and many others.
The successful candidate will manage a group of Systems Analysts working in the areas of Linux administration, Windows domain administration, VMWare administration and infrastructure, storage infrastructure, Oracle database support, accounts management, system upgrades and lifecycle replacement, data backup, disaster recovery, and other system areas. Projects may be independent or developed as part of a larger team. The candidate will be the primary liaison between the Systems group and the Applications teams, functional areas, and Enterprise Technology Architect for the University. Experience with applications used in Higher Education such as Ellucian Banner, ODS, MS SQL, Windows Domain structure, Linux systems, and Oracle software is a plus.
The Assistant Director reports to the Director of Enterprise System and Applications and will work closely with the Administrative and Academic departments, the campus community, and other key groups/staff members within Information Technology Services (ITS).
Must be able to maintain data confidentiality and compliance with regulatory requirements (HIPAA, etc.)
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems/Sciences, or a related field
Minimum of five years of relevant supervisory experience building, integrating, and maintaining systems infrastructure and applications
Proven proficiency in systems and application administration
Proven proficiency managing a large diverse technology infrastructure environment
Knowledge of computer hardware, software, programming languages, analysis, and educational systems
Must be able to interpret and apply technical configuration specifications for servers, server operating systems, networked data storage, and disaster recovery systems.
Strong documentation skills
Experience working in a large complex organization
Experience training new staff members
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, strong analytical skills, demonstrated ability to work in and build a team environment, and ability to deal with ambiguity in a changing business environment
Internal Number: 133640
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