Department: IT Solutions Education: Bachelor’s degree required. Additional job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Experience: Seven years of relevant experience in application development, information systems management, application architecture, or similar. Supervisory experience required. Additional job-related education may substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis. Duties: The Manager of Digital Workplace Applications is responsible for managing a portfolio of workplace application and services and leading application development, maintenance, and continuous improvement of that portfolio. They will serve as a champion, advisor, and liaison to university partners and key stakeholders for the development and effective use of digital workplace applications, as well as the primary contact for application vendors and service providers. Additionally, they will coordinate business processes between their area and other ITS teams, and facilitate key divisional processes including incident and problem management, knowledge management, service process design, and performance analysis. As a member of the IT Solutions (ITS) leadership team, the Manager of Digital Workplace Applications will help lead the division in realizing its mission to “empower an agile, digital university and elevate technology as a strategic institutional asset”. They are expected to work with the CIO and other divisional leaders to drive cultural and technological transformation within IT Solutions and promote a collaborative, human-centered, innovative, accountable, transparent, and inclusive culture within ITS. The performance evaluation is conducted through the performance evaluation system and in accordance with the University Policies & Procedures. Texas Woman’s University is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Disabled, Veterans and Other Protected Groups. Date Closed: Open until filled.
Résuméand Cover Letter Required
Internal Number: IRC30798
About Texas Woman's University
Brief Overview of Texas Woman’s University (TWU)
With enrollment of approximately 15,000 students, Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is the nation’s largest university primarily for women. Texas Woman’s offers degree programs in the liberal arts, nursing, health sciences, the sciences, business and education. Its campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston are joined by an e-learning campus offering innovative online degree programs in business, education and general studies. TWU serves the citizens of Texas in many ways, including:
-Graduating more new health care professionals than any other university in Texas
-Easing the teacher shortage by placing highly qualified professionals in the classroom
-Offering a liberal arts-based curriculum that prepares students for success in a global society
-Conducting research that impacts the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity, osteoporosis, stroke, and diabetes.
TWU is a member of the Women’s College Coalition.