Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Professional Posted On: Tue Mar 19 2019 Job Description:
Budget Title: Assistant Director Computing Services (SL-5)
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
The Assistant Director of Telecommunications reports to the Director of Information Technology Services Operations and Infrastructure and works closely with other key groups and staff members within Information Technology Services (ITS). This is a management level position, responsible for both the day-to-day operation of the Telecommunications department, as well as planning and executing both technical and non-technical projects. The Assistant Director of Telecommunications will be a collaborative worker who can create and maintain good working relationships with other departments, as well as a forward-thinker that can establish and then execute the vision for Telecommunications at Binghamton University. The Assistant Director of Telecommunications must be able to work independent of direct supervision with a diverse cross-functional group of professionals, faculty, and students to support all in the pursuit of academic excellence within a premier University environment.
In addition, the Assistant Director of Telecommunications will:
Supervise a group of both professional and classified employees
Direct staff as necessary in the operations of technical systems, such as the IP telephone system, cable TV system, voice and data trunks and fiber optic plant
Serve in a technical role primarily in managing the Shoretel/Mitel IP Telephony environment in conjunction with other Telecommunications staff
Work with ITS Leadership and the campus community to establish and execute the vision and goals for Telecommunications technology at Binghamton University
Serve in a project management role as necessary, including but not limited to, structured cabling installation on capital projects and Telecommunications technical projects, with a goal of said projects being completed on time and within budget
Manage the department operating budget including necessary chargebacks
Management of vendor relationships for services such as Telephone, cable TV, cellular providers, equipment and material sourcing, including the negotiation of contracts with vendors and the creation and execution of necessary bids and RFP's
Oversight of the Telecommunications office and its functions including customer billing, payment processing and account maintenance
Work schedule will fluctuate based on academic calendar
Must be able to maintain data confidentiality and compliance with regulatory requirements (HIPAA, FERPA, PCI, etc.)
A Bachelors' degree
A minimum of seven years of experience working in Telecommunications or a related field
A minimum of three years of Telecommunications project leadership
Hands on experience in managing, configuring and installing a Shoretel/Mitel IP Telephony System, including the management of associated appliances and servers such as HeadQuarters, Contact Center and Voicemail
A working knowledge of Telecommunications standards, including voice protocols, with a focus on voice-over-IP, and familiarity with design standards such as those published by BICSI or TIA
Experience in negotiating pricing, contracts or scopes of work with vendors and subcontractors
The ability to manage priorities, and handle multiple projects and deadlines at once
The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
The availability to respond to issues outside of work hours
Relevant Telecommunications certifications such as RCDD
Experience in working in a large complex organization
Experience working in higher education or a research environment
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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