Job Announcement: Director of Information Technology - Wolf Law School, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder

The Law School invites applications for a full-time Director of Information Technology.

Nature of Work:
The Colorado Law Director of Information Technology oversees all technology-related responsibilities and efforts for the University of Colorado Law School. This includes but is not limited to the following tasks and responsibilities:
- Manage all aspects of Colorado Law Information Technology
- Move Colorado Law forward in the use of new technologies both in and outside of the classroom
- Manage Web Site infrastructure and functionality (through working with and supervising a full-time webmaster)
- Setup and administer Web and Database Server setup and administration including Virtual Server infrastructure
- Perform Database administration
- Provide support for Desktop and Laptop computers and handheld devices (through negotiating service agreements with CU's central support organization and managing the day-to-day operations of the OIT contract-employee(s)). This includes Active Directory management and advice
- Perform Classroom Audio Visual system management and provide Support (including working with vendors for repairs and design enhancements)
- Assume responsibility for building-wide computer security and disaster recovery
- Manage Informational Kiosks (including working with the various people who keep the data feeds up to date)
- Manage Audio Visual equipment and provide IT support for major events. This involves working with the Assistant IT Director to hire, train, and manage student Event Technicians
- Provide support of technical innovations in Law Faculty's teaching and research (through co-supervising an Academic Technology Coordinator)
- Run an organization of 3.5 FTE plus student staff:
Director (1 FTE): Assistant Director of IT and Webmaster (1 FTE); Desktop Support Technician (1 FTE which may be shared by two people); Academic Technology Coordinator (.5 FTE); Student Event Technicians (about 6 people, directly supervised by Assistant IT Director)
- Provide advice, management, purchasing, and documentation related to a 4-year computer replacement cycle for all employees
- Technical management of social networking presence (through webmaster)
- Training and support of students who need to store actual client files on the shared folder structure
- Advice for and Approval of Faculty technology purchases
- Technical setup and access-management of central multi-function devices (copier/printer/scanner/fax) throughout the building
- Serve as a liaison between the Law School IT in the general CU boulder technical community. This involves participation in campus-wide IT meetings and negotiations with OIT.
- Manage IT budget

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in information systems, computer science or similar area with a minimum of 5 years of experience managing technology or technology resources in an IT environment. Demonstrated experience in supervising staff and organizing work units effectively.

Desired Qualifications:
- Demonstrated exceptional customer-service skill and responsiveness
- Proven strong commitment to education and educational technology
- Ability to achieve the departments' mission within the confines of existing budgets and resources
- Excellent time-management and organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple competing interests and needs simultaneously
- Demonstrated experience evaluating technological needs, in coordination with Administration directives, and creating strategic vision and planning
- Demonstrated ability to understand, create, and manage budgets from an operations level
- Experience in working with various academic or similar committees representing current technology services, observing and recommending forward technology movement to meet user needs
- Demonstrated ability to analyze, and review technology services and oversee procedures and policies to support stated services
- Experience in creating processes to be followed by a business unit, for procedural, reporting, and accountability reasons
- Experience in creating redundancy between positions, and overseeing cross-training
- Outstanding interpersonal, written, and oral communications skills; including the ability to synthesize information in a clear and concise manner, both verbally and in writing
- Experience with complex administrative responsibilities, in a setting that demands high quality, flexibility, customer service skills, and ability to learn and respond quickly, and present self in a professional manner
- Knowledge of or ability to quickly learn server administration tasks
- Ability to manage up and down the organization in a higher education setting
- Ability to work in a small office environment
- Sense of humor and an engaging personality

To read more details and to apply please visit this link:
http://www.jobsatcu.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=67308

Contact: Derek Kiernan-Johnson
Email: derek.kiernan-johnson@colorado.edu

Job Posting Number: 816039

RE: Follow-Up to Job Announcement: Director of Information Tech

A quick follow-up to my posting about the Director of Information Technology at the Wolf Law School, University of Colorado, Boulder.

The contact person for the job posting, Derek Kiernan-Johnson, has received some questions about whether the job search is still open. He asked me to let you know that we are still accepting applications and the search will remain open until the position is filled.

Thank you.

Teresa

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Teresa Coberly
Technical Services/Library Technology Specialist
William A. Wise Law Library
University of Colorado Law School
Phone 303-492-4711 : Fax 303-492-2707
teresa.coberly@colorado.edu

library website: http://www.colorado.edu/law/lawlib/ :: library catalog: http://lawpac.colorado.edu

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Teresa Coberly
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2012 5:13 PM
To: teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu
Subject: [teknoids] Job Announcement: Director of Information Technology - Wolf Law School, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder

The Law School invites applications for a full-time Director of Information Technology.

Nature of Work:
The Colorado Law Director of Information Technology oversees all technology-related responsibilities and efforts for the University of Colorado Law School. This includes but is not limited to the following tasks and responsibilities:
- Manage all aspects of Colorado Law Information Technology
- Move Colorado Law forward in the use of new technologies both in and outside of the classroom
- Manage Web Site infrastructure and functionality (through working with and supervising a full-time webmaster)
- Setup and administer Web and Database Server setup and administration including Virtual Server infrastructure
- Perform Database administration
- Provide support for Desktop and Laptop computers and handheld devices (through negotiating service agreements with CU's central support organization and managing the day-to-day operations of the OIT contract-employee(s)). This includes Active Directory management and advice
- Perform Classroom Audio Visual system management and provide Support (including working with vendors for repairs and design enhancements)
- Assume responsibility for building-wide computer security and disaster recovery
- Manage Informational Kiosks (including working with the various people who keep the data feeds up to date)
- Manage Audio Visual equipment and provide IT support for major events. This involves working with the Assistant IT Director to hire, train, and manage student Event Technicians
- Provide support of technical innovations in Law Faculty's teaching and research (through co-supervising an Academic Technology Coordinator)
- Run an organization of 3.5 FTE plus student staff:
Director (1 FTE): Assistant Director of IT and Webmaster (1 FTE); Desktop Support Technician (1 FTE which may be shared by two people); Academic Technology Coordinator (.5 FTE); Student Event Technicians (about 6 people, directly supervised by Assistant IT Director)
- Provide advice, management, purchasing, and documentation related to a 4-year computer replacement cycle for all employees
- Technical management of social networking presence (through webmaster)
- Training and support of students who need to store actual client files on the shared folder structure
- Advice for and Approval of Faculty technology purchases
- Technical setup and access-management of central multi-function devices (copier/printer/scanner/fax) throughout the building
- Serve as a liaison between the Law School IT in the general CU boulder technical community. This involves participation in campus-wide IT meetings and negotiations with OIT.
- Manage IT budget

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in information systems, computer science or similar area with a minimum of 5 years of experience managing technology or technology resources in an IT environment. Demonstrated experience in supervising staff and organizing work units effectively.

Desired Qualifications:
- Demonstrated exceptional customer-service skill and responsiveness
- Proven strong commitment to education and educational technology
- Ability to achieve the departments' mission within the confines of existing budgets and resources
- Excellent time-management and organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple competing interests and needs simultaneously
- Demonstrated experience evaluating technological needs, in coordination with Administration directives, and creating strategic vision and planning
- Demonstrated ability to understand, create, and manage budgets from an operations level
- Experience in working with various academic or similar committees representing current technology services, observing and recommending forward technology movement to meet user needs
- Demonstrated ability to analyze, and review technology services and oversee procedures and policies to support stated services
- Experience in creating processes to be followed by a business unit, for procedural, reporting, and accountability reasons
- Experience in creating redundancy between positions, and overseeing cross-training
- Outstanding interpersonal, written, and oral communications skills; including the ability to synthesize information in a clear and concise manner, both verbally and in writing
- Experience with complex administrative responsibilities, in a setting that demands high quality, flexibility, customer service skills, and ability to learn and respond quickly, and present self in a professional manner
- Knowledge of or ability to quickly learn server administration tasks
- Ability to manage up and down the organization in a higher education setting
- Ability to work in a small office environment
- Sense of humor and an engaging personality

To read more details and to apply please visit this link:
http://www.jobsatcu.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=67308

Contact: Derek Kiernan-Johnson
Email: derek.kiernan-johnson@colorado.edu

Job Posting Number: 816039

RE: Follow-Up to Job Announcement: Director of Information Tech

A quick follow-up to my posting about the Director of Information Technology at the Wolf Law School, University of Colorado, Boulder.

The contact person for the job posting, Derek Kiernan-Johnson, has received some questions about whether the job search is still open. He asked me to let you know that we are still accepting applications and the search will remain open until the position is filled.

Thank you.

Teresa

---
Teresa Coberly
Technical Services/Library Technology Specialist
William A. Wise Law Library
University of Colorado Law School
Phone 303-492-4711 : Fax 303-492-2707
teresa.coberly@colorado.edu

library website: http://www.colorado.edu/law/lawlib/ :: library catalog: http://lawpac.colorado.edu

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Teresa Coberly
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2012 5:13 PM
To: teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu
Subject: [teknoids] Job Announcement: Director of Information Technology - Wolf Law School, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder

The Law School invites applications for a full-time Director of Information Technology.

Nature of Work:
The Colorado Law Director of Information Technology oversees all technology-related responsibilities and efforts for the University of Colorado Law School. This includes but is not limited to the following tasks and responsibilities:
- Manage all aspects of Colorado Law Information Technology
- Move Colorado Law forward in the use of new technologies both in and outside of the classroom
- Manage Web Site infrastructure and functionality (through working with and supervising a full-time webmaster)
- Setup and administer Web and Database Server setup and administration including Virtual Server infrastructure
- Perform Database administration
- Provide support for Desktop and Laptop computers and handheld devices (through negotiating service agreements with CU's central support organization and managing the day-to-day operations of the OIT contract-employee(s)). This includes Active Directory management and advice
- Perform Classroom Audio Visual system management and provide Support (including working with vendors for repairs and design enhancements)
- Assume responsibility for building-wide computer security and disaster recovery
- Manage Informational Kiosks (including working with the various people who keep the data feeds up to date)
- Manage Audio Visual equipment and provide IT support for major events. This involves working with the Assistant IT Director to hire, train, and manage student Event Technicians
- Provide support of technical innovations in Law Faculty's teaching and research (through co-supervising an Academic Technology Coordinator)
- Run an organization of 3.5 FTE plus student staff:
Director (1 FTE): Assistant Director of IT and Webmaster (1 FTE); Desktop Support Technician (1 FTE which may be shared by two people); Academic Technology Coordinator (.5 FTE); Student Event Technicians (about 6 people, directly supervised by Assistant IT Director)
- Provide advice, management, purchasing, and documentation related to a 4-year computer replacement cycle for all employees
- Technical management of social networking presence (through webmaster)
- Training and support of students who need to store actual client files on the shared folder structure
- Advice for and Approval of Faculty technology purchases
- Technical setup and access-management of central multi-function devices (copier/printer/scanner/fax) throughout the building
- Serve as a liaison between the Law School IT in the general CU boulder technical community. This involves participation in campus-wide IT meetings and negotiations with OIT.
- Manage IT budget

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in information systems, computer science or similar area with a minimum of 5 years of experience managing technology or technology resources in an IT environment. Demonstrated experience in supervising staff and organizing work units effectively.

Desired Qualifications:
- Demonstrated exceptional customer-service skill and responsiveness
- Proven strong commitment to education and educational technology
- Ability to achieve the departments' mission within the confines of existing budgets and resources
- Excellent time-management and organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple competing interests and needs simultaneously
- Demonstrated experience evaluating technological needs, in coordination with Administration directives, and creating strategic vision and planning
- Demonstrated ability to understand, create, and manage budgets from an operations level
- Experience in working with various academic or similar committees representing current technology services, observing and recommending forward technology movement to meet user needs
- Demonstrated ability to analyze, and review technology services and oversee procedures and policies to support stated services
- Experience in creating processes to be followed by a business unit, for procedural, reporting, and accountability reasons
- Experience in creating redundancy between positions, and overseeing cross-training
- Outstanding interpersonal, written, and oral communications skills; including the ability to synthesize information in a clear and concise manner, both verbally and in writing
- Experience with complex administrative responsibilities, in a setting that demands high quality, flexibility, customer service skills, and ability to learn and respond quickly, and present self in a professional manner
- Knowledge of or ability to quickly learn server administration tasks
- Ability to manage up and down the organization in a higher education setting
- Ability to work in a small office environment
- Sense of humor and an engaging personality

To read more details and to apply please visit this link:
http://www.jobsatcu.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=67308

Contact: Derek Kiernan-Johnson
Email: derek.kiernan-johnson@colorado.edu

Job Posting Number: 816039