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IT Manager - Search Extended

DATE POSTED:2014-06-23
POSITION TITLE:IT Manager - Search Extended
CATEGORY:Professional
PERSONNEL STATUS:Exempt, Full-time, Grant Funded
DEPARTMENT:Shriver Center - The Choice Program
CLOSING DATE:2014-07-07
RESPONSIBILITIES:The incumbent will be responsible for setting up structures and securing resources to manage all IT functions within the organization, and communicating effectively with senior management and staff to facilitate their understanding of technology. Specific duties include: providing guidance to the Quality Assurance Specialist, internal and external vendors, and budgeting; providing co-leadership within the internal Quality Assurance Team that monitors programmatic and operational processes and outcomes within the organization; supervising the Quality Assurance Specialist; managing and producing reports from the case management database currently in use; ensuring that network, connectivity and desktop systems are operational and that users (60+) have appropriate technology tools and levels of support; and performing other duties as assigned.  Note: This is a grant-funded position wherein employment is contingent upon renewal of the grant.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education/Experience: Requires a Bachelor's degree (Masters preferred). Two years experience in managing IT-related projects, including internal and external resources required. Experience in IT desktop support in a mid-sized organization preferred. Must be proficient in MS Office desktop applications, MS Windows OS and Mac OS. Experience working in social services environment preferred. Position requires use of automobile & valid driver's license. Note: Due to the nature of the work flow and level of responsibility, this individual maintains a flexible schedule which goes beyond a 40 hour work week.
SALARY:Salary range is $45,000 - $50,000.
APPLICATION:For best consideration, apply online by July 14, 2014 (resumes will be accepted until the position is filled) to: www.choiceprograms.org, Danielle Yurchinkonis, The Choice Program, UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250, Email: dy@umbc.edu




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