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Information Resources & Technology (IRT) partners with faculty, staff, and students to provide essential information technology services that support mission critical activities and innovative technology solutions that facilitate the accomplishment of strategic campus goals. We actively engage our faculty, staff, and students to deliver high quality resources and responsive services that meet current and future campus technology needs. IRT is committed to communicating clearly, operating transparently, and taking a data-driven approach to continuous improvement.

Associate Chief Information Officer

Posting Number AS0069P

Job Summary The Associate Chief Information Officer (ACIO) reports to the Vice President and Chief Information Officer and serves as the second most senior leader in Information Resources & Technology. The Associate CIO typically serves as Administrator in Charge of IRT when the CIO is out of the office. The Associate CIO works with the Vice President and CIO in leading Sacramento State in the effective delivery and improvement of campus-wide information technology services for faculty, staff, and students. The Associate CIO leads teams that have a very high level of interaction with our faculty, staff, and students. The incumbent provides leadership and direct supervision of the following IT functions: Service Desk, Desktop Services, Instructional Technology, Learning Space Services (Computer Labs and Classrooms), and Web/Mobile Services. The Associate CIO helps to ensure strategic alignment, consistency, and effectiveness across all functions of the division. The Associate CIO represents IRT in multiple strategic campus projects and initiatives. The Associate CIO provides leadership in particular to university-wide initiatives in the areas of Student Success, reducing time to degree, and teaching and learning with technology. The Associate CIO plays a leadership role in the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) and participates in the ATI Advisory Board and helps lead continuous improvement of the ATI program which includes instructional materials, web accessibility, and procurement. The Associate CIO serves as an agent of IRT and creates partnerships between IRT and other divisions on campus as well as the Faculty Senate and other shared governance organizations; the Associate CIO serves on multiple standing and project committees. All team members work in alignment with strategic goals of Sac State and IRT. The Associate CIO will be a key contributor to IRT strategic planning, achievement of strategic objectives, and other continuous improvement activities.


Director of University Reporting and Data Services

Posting Number AS0082P

Job Summary The Director of University Reporting and Data Services reports to the Senior Director of Strategic Projects and leads and manages a high-performing team of analysts, developers, and modelers. The Director of University Reporting and Data Services is responsible for delivering a sustainable data warehouse and reporting platform to meet current and emerging campus data needs. The platform will meet both strategic and operational needs for data and reports for multiple divisions including Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Advancement, and Budget and Finance. When possible, reports should be designed to meet campus-wide needs that span divisions. The platform currently includes Oracle, Cognos, Informatica, SPSS Modeler, and Tableau. This position interacts with the Chief Information Officer and other senior leaders by participating in strategic, campus-wide projects that involve using data or analytics to influence decision making or measure progress toward campus-wide goals. The Director serves as project manager for both internal and campus-wide projects. The team uses principles of agile development to produce deliverables. The Director plays a key role in gathering requirements and ensuring that partners stay engaged and participate in acceptance testing to bring projects to closure. This position serves as campus-wide leader in areas such reporting, analytics, and visualizations. This position often participates in campus-wide projects with goals that involve reports or analytics, and will collaborate with and support the University President’s office on data governance and analytics. This position will serve as a key resource for IRT and the campus in terms of best practices in data governance such as data ownership, data access, data reporting, data definitions, data usage, data privacy, etc. This position will engage campus stakeholders and serve as an advocate for data-driven discussions, decision-making, and actions. This position will play a key role in helping Sac State be intentional about our use of data and advance in terms of data maturity. This position handles vendor relationships for our data warehouse and reporting platform and coordinates renewals and other aspects of procurement. This position will access information assets containing protected data as defined in the CSU Data Classification Standard only if needed in order to accomplish an authorized task. Access must be based on the principles of need-to-know and least privilege. This position will report any real or potential risk or threat to the security of campus devices, applications, or data to the Information Security Office. All team members work in alignment with strategic goals of Sac State and IRT.