The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (IIDC) is one of only 67 University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. The Institute conducts research and training through seven Centers: Early Childhood Center, Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, Center on Community Living and Careers, Center for Health Equity, Indiana Resource Center on Autism, Center for Collaborative Systems Change, and the Eppley Institute on Parks and Public Lands.
It is the primary responsibility of the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands (EPLY) Information Technology Manager to administer and review the acquisition, development, maintenance, and use of technology approaches, assets, and systems within the organization in support of the Institute's mission and the programs of the Institute's partners and clients.
Determine current and future technology needs of EPLY, in consultation with employees at all levels of the organization and determine how improvements can be made. Determine technology training needs of employees and clients and provides training on use and access.
Contribute to the leadership of the institute including the development of unit strategy.
Lead the development, implementation, operations, security, and maintenance of IT systems, specific to EPLY including learning system servers, and software applications, in collaboration with Indiana Institute for Disability and Community (IIDC) technology staff.
Direct and supervise IT staff within Eppley providing expert level advice in critical aspects of project development, including project management, work practices, and Section 508 compliance. This includes hiring and evaluation of EPLY IT staff.
Manage budget, project teams, schedules, and deliverables for multiple concurrent external grant/contract funded projects, ensuring costs are managed, project plans are created for approval and revised to reflect changing conditions. Manage development and execution of project plans.
Manage ongoing concurrent and internally funded Eppley programs for online learning (proValensLearning.com), Eppley Integrated Project Management Approach (IPMA) system, Eppley Learning Management Systems (LMS) and 10 different web sites including budgets, revenue estimates, and varying project team members using agiles team management approaches.
Assist the Eppley Executive Director and Fiscal and Administrative Operations Assistant Director in managing revenues and user access, including summarize evaluations, in Eppley revenue generating account reconciliation.
Research and evaluate new and emerging technologies and potential usefulness to the strategic direction of the Institute.
Participate as available in IIDC technology initiatives and activities.
Coordinate IIDC information related requirements and best practices including server operations, file and data storage, hardware, software, applications, and classroom equipment with IIDC Information Technology Director, providing advice to the Eppley Executive Director.
Bachelor of Science in a technology, business or related field and two years of IT management, web development, or related experience.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Ability to adapt to an ever changing/evolving technical environment. Knowledgeable in web programming and standards. Understanding and experience in technology project management, learning and public engagement processes applications. Experienced in project management approaches that support varied project teams composed of different clients, different staff teams, and varying rosters of subject matter experts. Ability to implement e-commerce technology applications within the IIDC and Indiana University environment by following required revenue producing activity and pay cart requirements.
Knowledge of the Indiana University computing environment. Strong preference for applicants with experience in the application of learning and technology to public lands or public service organizations.
Working Conditions / Demands
Standard desk job requirements, including long periods of time working on a computer.
Equipment utilized: computer, mobile device, printer, multimedia devices, date projector.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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