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Position Title: Director - Information Officer Department: Information Services Location: Gainesville, FLSalary Range: $60,000 - $80,000 Position Summary: This is a highly responsible professional management position to lead the centers technology efforts; the CIO is responsible for the administration, design, organization, and implementation of the network. Manages and maintains the performance, upgrades and configuration of all switches, servers, and routers. Responsibilities require an understanding of both networking and telecommunications theory and practice. Interfaces with users, technical teams, and vendors on new technology and system upgrades and to determine software and hardware installation requirements. Reads technical manuals and brochures to determine equipment which meets establishment requirements. Assists in presenting recommendations related to purchasing and installing hardware, software, and telecommunication equipment. Develops and monitors security procedures to safeguard systems from physical harm, viruses, unauthorized users, and damage to data. Analyzes traffic and workload for optimum network performance to ensure organization's objectives are met. Develops and writes procedures for installation, use, and solving problems of communications hardware and software. Prepares charts and diagrams to explain network operation and to train managers and others in proper use. Manages the IS Technicians and ensures efficient operation of the IS Helpdesk within the IS budget. Organizes training programs and ensures proper checklists and procedures are in place for the IS Helpdesk. Acts in the capacity of HIPAA Security Officer. Minimum Qualifications: Education: Bachelora€ (TM) s degree or equivalent experience within the field may be substituted for degree requirement. Experience: 5+ years technical management. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: The Chief Information Officer manages the network infrastructure and systems within the IT budget. The Chief Information Officer protects Center resources, including work-time. Ensures that staff travel, training, and supplies are charged to the Center only when appropriate and in a manner that makes the most effective use of limited resources. Documentation is provided for all reimbursed expenses in a timely manner consistent with Center policy. Staff uses the Centera€ (TM) s time only for work purposes and the Meridiana€ (TM) s resources, such as technology (computer, internet and e-mail, cell phones, vehicles) only for Center business and in a judicious efficient manner. The Chief Information Officer protects the assets of the Center, including its reputation, by immediately reporting any adverse event, or potentially adverse event, involving a person served Center property, fellow employee, or community stakeholder. The Chief Information Officer holds in high confidence all information and data that is made available to him/her and understands the responsibility associated with this supreme responsibility. Data will be mined and or shared with staff and stakeholders based on approved need and with consultation with Executive Management team member(s) as appropriate. Efficient in the performance of tasks assigned. Standard: Assigned work is completed as outlined and on time Supervises the daily duties and tasks of the IS Technicians and Operations Manager. Provides consultation and education to a variety of community agencies. Coordinates program activities with appropriate Center programs, staff and community agencies. Provides training as requested or designated in the Centera€ (TM) s Training Plan. Assists with policy and procedure development through data analysis. Assist and trains new department staff in procedures and job functions. The Chief Information Officer participates actively in Meridiana€ (TM) s development and the success of his/her IT team. Standard: Is an active participant in staff meetings, strategic planning and committees of improvement teams. Makes recommendations that are constructive or leads to improvements as well as takes initiative in these efforts. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Specific competencies required are identified on a department/program specific basis and identified in each employeea€ (TM) s Competency Checklist. The following are general and apply to all positions with this title. Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demand: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions .


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