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Deputy Chief Information Officer

Eingestellt von Maritime College

Gesuchte Skills: Support


Deputy Chief Information Officer (SL5)


SUNY Maritime College located on a 55-acre scenic waterfront property on the outskirts of New York City on the Throggs Neck peninsula where the East River meets Long Island Sound. The campus blends the best of two worlds: a comfortable college-town feel with the greatest city in the world. An impressive view of the sound extends toward the North Atlantic, yet only a few miles away are Yankee Stadium and midtown Manhattan. SUNY Maritime offers an array of employment opportunities stemming from entry level to professional positions which encourage growth and development among its employees


POSITION SUMMARY: SUNY Maritime College seeks to hire a hands-on Deputy Chief Information Officer who is responsible for planning, managing, administering and organizing IT projects, as well as other important departmental management activities. The successful candidate must have the ability and be willing to work at all levels of support (strategic, operational and tactical) and is required to fill in as a technical support staff when needed.


The SUNY Maritime College Deputy CIO will oversee and coordinate with IT staff and other campus stakeholders on the development of specific project plans and timelines; monitor and report on progress and develop and build teams within and across groups. He/she will meet with faculty and staff on IT programs and projects, will prepare analyses and reports, and make presentations to constituent groups, stakeholders and advisory committees as needed. In consultation with the CIO, the Deputy CIO will set policies and procedures for carrying out projects and assigned work.


As a member of the CIO's staff, the Deputy CIO will participate in executive-level decisions and development of strategies and budgets to achieve the objectives and goals of IT to best support the mission of Maritime College. He/she will be responsible for reviewing and approving departmental invoices and contracts and will work with vendors on new technology acquisitions. The Deputy CIO will communicate information and represent the IT department in various meetings and committee assignments as needed.
It is expected that the candidate for this position will have a minimum of six years of experience in an information technology department and possess the ability to work in a heterogeneous and complex educational environment. The Deputy CIO must have in-depth knowledge of budgets, IT strategies, policies, IT security, project management and must have demonstrated a strong customer service orientation. Ideally, this individual will have effectively led and managed successful IT efforts within a higher education setting.



- In the absence of the CIO, the Deputy CIO will oversee the administrative aspects of the Information Technology department.
- Assist department in implementing college wide IT Security Program.
- Troubleshoot computer, phone/fax, printers & AV equipment for Faculty, Staff & Students as needed.
- Research and provide case study for new technologies.
- Planning, kicking-off, closing projects.
- Coordination of meetings and onsite visits as needed.
- Develop business cases and proposals to obtain appropriate resources for various project initiatives.
- Collaborate with all units as required to achieve proper integration across functional areas and to ensure appropriate technologies and support are in place.
- Ensure projects are completed within time and budget requirements.
- Ensure that the planning and execution of deliverables are aligned with the strategic vision and that they meet the objectives of the organization.
- Create efficiency reviews of technology services and products.
- Assist with the planning and delivery of SUNY Maritime College's Strategic Plan, Information Security Plans and other programs.
- He/she will assist with the formation and monitoring of IT policies, procedures, operations and budgets.
- Help foster effective working relationships between IT and academic/administrative colleagues.
- Responsible for all aspects of project funding and life cycle.
- Other duties as required.


- Four-Year College Degree and minimum 6 years of information technology experience.
- Strong oral and written communication needed.
- Dedicated commitment to Customer Service.
- Demonstrable Project Management with examples of successes.
- The ability to work effectively with multiple constituencies to provide high quality services and establish consensus.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, effective planning and problem-solving abilities, and strong technical expertise.


- Must possess outstanding troubleshooting skills, the ability to work independently and must be able to multitask.
- Strong leadership skills.
- Must possess knowledge and experience with Information Security policies and best practices.
- Experience with IT policy creation and strategic planning.



The Deputy CIO is a United University Professional position. The incumbent will be offered a one-year contract with opportunity for renewals. The anticipated salary range for the position is $65,000 - $75,000 annually, with an outstanding benefits package.


This is a full time calendar year appointment UUP position. Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously.


Those interested please submit a cover letter, Resume and three references to our website and click "APPLY NOW". Returning Applicants - Login to your SUNY Maritime Careers Account to check your completed application, check/edit your profile or to upload additional documents.


  • Einsatzort:

    New York, Vereinigte Staaten

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  • Projektdauer:

    1 Year - With Opportunity for Renewals

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  • Berufserfahrung:

    Keine Angabe

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