Manages university information technology systems with their
related procedures, documentation, security and reports.
Typical Allocation of Duties:
Maintain assigned information technology systems -
Manage assigned information technology systems, including the
design, implementation, and administration.
Develop goals, objectives, policies, and procedures -
Develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, and priorities
for assigned information technology systems; recommend and
administer policies and procedures for assigned information
Direct staff - 25%
Plan, direct, coordinate, and review the work of assigned staff;
assign work activities and projects; review and evaluate, methods,
and procedure; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems;
provide staff training.
Deployment, monitoring, and maintenance -
Manage and provide for the deployment, monitoring, maintenance,
development, upgrade, and support of all workgroup systems,
including servers, operating systems, hardware, software, and
- Oversee time management and performance evaluations for a small
team of technical support staff.
- Independently research, build, and deploy servers using the
Linux and Microsoft Windows Server operating systems
- Manage servers in a virtualized environment
- Manage and support SAN storage
- Collaborate with peers to manage data backups and disaster
- Supervise the management of a small data center in
collaboration with other staff and IT teams
- Manage vendor support agreements (e.g. development platforms,
hardware and software licenses)
- Assess system performance and recommend improvements
- Oversee security operations (e.g. device password management
and OS firewalls)
Bachelor's degree and over five (5) years of related work
experience. Experience can substitute for education.
Conditions of Employment
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a
background check. Position May Require Credit Check (if using
P-Card, working with Cash, etc.).
Position Requires completion of VSU’s Annual Compliance Training
course (such as State Business Transactions, Drug Free Workplace,
Anti-Harassment Policy, Introduction to Information Security,
Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Policy, USG Ethics
Policy, Conflict of Interest/ Outside Activities Policy, Leave
Procedures for Faculty and Staff, Georgia Open Records Act, Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and Contracts 101.
Supervisory positions require training in FMLA and