EDUCATION REQUIRED: Master’s Degree
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Minimum of ten (10)
years’ experience with interpersonal, technical, and leadership qualities necessary for success in overseeing complex information
technology areas in a higher education environment. Experience as a CIO or CTO including success in working with higher education personnel
and executives. Information Technology leadership experience and specialty expertise in one or more of the following technical areas: ERP
implementation and migration, Instructional technology, Infrastructure and Networking and or Administrative systems design and development
in Higher Education.
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED: Experience with Ellucian Colleague ERP system.
AND SKILLS REQUIRED: Computer software proficiency – Microsoft Office; Operating equipment – office or otherwise;
Written and oral communication; Interpersonal and/or customer service skills; Public Speaking/Presenting; Basic Math; Leadership/
Management; Attention to detail; Time management; Organization; Federal Regulations and Directives; Operational Systems and procedures;
Budget and accounting principles; Compliance Law; Administrative practices; and Website design.
Provides leadership and vision for the use of information technology as a critical component for the success of the college.
Promotes innovative, efficient, effective and shared uses of information technology solutions across the college. Develops and implements a
multi-year, Technology Master Plan in collaboration with college stakeholders and in alignment with the College’s Strategic Plan. Meets with
various College leaders regularly to ensure the College’s technology needs are being met and that the Technology Master Plan is aligned with
the College’s Strategic Plan. Directs the planning, budgeting, and operations of the Information Technology Division. Develops strategic
relationships with various constituencies across the state of Texas as well as in the higher education and corporate community. Serves as
Project Manager for large-scale implementations. Develop and maintain a college information technology and telecommunications master plan
which reflects long range planning of IT and telecommunications projects required to support the college’s strategic plans. Plan,
develop and implement effective information systems to support administrative and academic technologies onsite, offsite and on-line. Develop
and maintain transaction processing systems to record, store and report on essential elements of information which are created during the
execution of business and other administrative processes. Identify and implement best practices for optimizing infrastructure and operations
costs, improving system performance, and ensuring service-level requirements are met. Formulates IT policies, procedures, and performance
management processes and measures. Directs the preparation, review and consolidation of IT business plans, budgets and forecasts. Negotiates
contracts with vendors, and authorizes procurement. Manage the continuing technology initiative and provide strategic planning in the use of
academic and administrative computing, campus networking, telecommunications, instructional resources, and distance learning system to
enhance the college’s educational mission and increase the use of technology in providing services to students. Lead efforts to integrate
technology into all areas of the college being responsible for all aspects of the institutional computing systems (both hardware and
software) including the planning, decision making, organizing, and recommendation of computing system development, deployment and expansion
on campus; supervisory responsibilities for the areas of programming development, campus network systems, web development,
telecommunication, internet services and help desk services.
SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Accomplishes
department objectives by supervising staff and organizing and monitoring work processes. Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting,
orienting, and training employees and developing personal growth opportunities. Accomplishes staff job results by coaching, counseling, and
disciplining employees. Plans, monitors, and appraises job performance annually, and provides constructive feedback and coaching. Implements
and enforces systems, policies, and procedures. Maintains safe and healthy work environment by establishing and enforcing organization
standards and adhering to legal regulations. Completes operations by developing schedules, assigning and monitoring work, and gathering
resources, implementing productivity standards, resolving operations problems, maintaining reference manuals, and implementing new
procedures. Controls expenses by gathering and submitting budget information, scheduling expenditures, monitoring variances, and
implementing corrective actions. Ensure quality and customer service standards are adhered to as a department. Contributes to team effort by
accomplishing related results as needed. Setting goals for performance and deadlines in ways that comply with the college’s plans and
vision. Organizing workflow and ensuring that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks.
TO APPLY: Submit
TVCC application, resume and transcripts to Human Resources, Trinity Valley Community College, 100 Cardinal Drive, Athens, TX 75751. All
documentation must be received on or before the application deadline. Applications are available on the following website www.tvcc.edu. Applications will be reviewed after the application deadline
and selected applicants will be contacted for interviews. All TVCC positions are security sensitive and require a criminal background
Trinity Valley Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Director of Human Resources, 100 Cardinal Drive, Athens, TX phone: 903-675-6215, e-mail: email@example.com