The Associate Director, Student Affairs will report to the Sr. Associate Director of Student Affairs for Technology Services.
The Associate Director primary responsibilities will include:
Planning, recommending, developing, and implementing software solutions to problems and circumstances relating to computer technology in the administrative processes in accordance with the Student Affairs Division's mission.
Function as liaison between SAIT staff and department directors, end users, and vendors to devise and implement solutions that provide organizational improvements.
Hold meetings with project stakeholders to assemble project requirements and effectively communicate progress.
Determine systems and services needed for the Student Affairs user community.
Manage projects that require medium to large-scale application development, upgrade, and testing.
Administer all division databases, both on-site and off-site, and providing database design and implementation for both primary and ancillary projects, including detailed documentation.
Develop standalone, mobile, or web-based software that integrates with databases across the division to aid in reporting and efficient operations.
Assign other IT staff to assist in implementation of projects as required.
Ensure the maintenance of department documentation for all software systems including, networking layout, server architecture, application deployment, data mapping, user access, procedures and software license control.
Plan, identifies requirements, provides timelines, installs and tests new application software packages and to help users.
Work on developing software and hardware standards and articulates this information to the user community.
Incorporate user community feedback into these standards and develops cost structure, extensive testing and deployment plans.
Oversee some server support and administration and for troubleshooting software, desktop, server or network issues.
Master's degree (from an accredited institution) in Computer Science or related field; and four years of appropriate experience; or a Bachelor's degree (from an accredited institution) in Computer Science or related field; and six years of appropriate experience required.
Experience in Banner is preferred.
University experience is highly desirable.
Proficiency with Microsoft office including Word, PowerPoint and Excel and installing software required.
Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment while demonstrating leadership skills is essential for this position.
Ability to supervise and train employees and interns, to include organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments.
A valid driver's license is required.
For more information and to apply, visit www.fau.edu/jobs and go to Apply Now (Position #979769).
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