|Job Title||Chief Information Officer|
|Department||Classroom Architecture & Project Management|
|Position Grade||Cabinet Level|
|Employee Type||Full Time|
|Hiring Range||Commensurate with experience|
|Work Year||12 Months|
|Work Year-Other Information|
|Typical Work Schedule||
Flexible schedule to meet department and College needs
|Bargaining Unit Eligibility||No|
|Work Week||40 Hours|
|Work Week-Other Information|
|Special Instructions to Applicants|
McHenry County College seeks a dynamic and hands-on executive to serve as its next Chief Information Officer (CIO). This is an exceptional opportunity to make a significant impact by leading the future direction of the information technology (IT) enterprise for the state's leader in community college enrollment growth and transformative programming that propels students to their next success.
McHenry County College is a comprehensive, public, Associate-degree granting institution located in Crystal Lake, Illinois. MCC is known throughout the community and the Illinois Community College System for its exceptional faculty and staff, the quality of its programs and services, and the success of its students. MCC welcomes, encourages, and supports the diversity of our students, faculty, and staff members and seeks to attract and retain individuals who reflect our diverse community.
The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is the senior technology administrator for the College, responsible for academic and administrative technology planning, implementation, and support. This information technology visionary provides innovative strategic leadership, and must translate vision into action by applying, developing, and implementing information technologies and related services in support of both current and future institutional needs. The CIO is responsible for a multi-million dollar budget and leading strategic planning efforts in the areas of academic, administrative, and communication technologies, research computing and support, campus commerce, IT architecture and networking, IT policy, and IT security. All campus IT decisions are coordinated by, and flow through, the office of the CIO, including, but not limited to, purchase of information technologies and policy decisions relating to academic and campus IT. The CIO meets regularly with college leadership, governing bodies, faculty, staff, and students to develop a collaborative, cooperative, supportive, and forward-looking technology environment.
|Essential Functions and Responsibilities||
·Completed course work, training, or experience to demonstrate knowledge of information and computer technologies as they relate to the higher education environment, including the community college
|Required Education||Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited institution in related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience considered.|
|Other Required Qualifications||
·Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited institution in related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
·Experience with higher education enterprise resource programs (e.g. Ellucian Colleague, Banner, Workday)
|Skills and Specifications||
Competencies as described in the Essential Functions and Responsibilities section.
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