Information and Technology Manager

Employeur Bishop's College School
Horaire Temps plein
Type d'emploi Permanent
Domaine d'emploi Informatique
Télétravail possible

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Résumé du poste

The Position
Reporting to the Director of Finance and Operations, the Information and Technology Manager
provides the vision, coordination of information and technology, supervision, leadership,
evaluation, research and development and management of the information and technology
services of the school.

The position includes responsibility for the coordination of one or more programs and activities
pertaining to the development plan and operation of computerized systems, functioning and
maintenance of computers, service agreements, information technologies, office automation,
networking and telecommunications. The manager will develop both annual and long-term
action plans while respecting the school’s strategic vision. The manager will oversee the budget
and expenses while prioritizing departmental and school needs.

Key Responsibilities
• Participate in developing the objectives and strategies of the school pertaining to
information and technology and collaborate with departments in determining the annual
and long-term action plan. Develop and maintain a multi-year technology plan that
simplifies business processes, standardizes technology platforms and enables growth and
flexibility
• Participate in developing policies pertaining to information and technology.
• Participate in planning and coordinating the implementation, development, review, and
maintenance, proper and secure use and control of computerized systems, office
automation, networking, and telecommunication and information technology tools of the
school
• Oversee functioning of the technology operations of the School for the purpose of
ensuring an effective, efficient and safe environment, where technology equipment and applications are utilized appropriately and efficiently to support routine administrative
and educational functions of the School.
• Support the implementation of operational and educational technology initiatives (e.g.
new systems, educational programs, hardware) for the purpose of assisting with delivery
and implementation of initiatives, providing support and assistance to others, providing
oversights of projects and/or training and providing information to others to ensure
successful implementation.
• Monitor technology budget and expenditures for the purpose of ensuring that allocations
are accurate, and expenses are within budget limits. Identify and develop project plans
and budgets. Ensure that new projects include change management and training
required. Establish criteria to prioritize IT needs within the allocated budget and oversee
the development of project plans to deliver on priorities
• Ensure IT resources are organized and deployed effectively and efficiently to meet the
school’s strategic objectives
• Direct the installation of technology systems and tools (e.g. hardware, software, systems,
wiring, specialized applications and tools) for the purpose of ensuring the safe, timely and
efficient installations of technology equipment and services.
• Participate in putting in place an appropriate technological monitoring mechanism to
analyze the needs of the organization.
• Protect the school and its operations against IT risks, including unauthorized access to
information, data integrity, loss of processing capability and poor service levels
• Manage and negotiate with technology providers. Oversee the selection process of
learning technologies. Ex. Tablets, laptops, cameras and software. Maintain an
understanding of emerging trends in the use of instructional and administrative
technologies
• Installs technology systems and tools (e.g. hardware, software, systems, wiring,
specialized applications and tools) for the purpose of ensuring the safe, timely and
efficient installations of technology equipment and services
• Manage a small team of internal resources. Coordinate the activities and evaluate the
performance of each team member.
• Prepare, control and implement the schedule of operations dealing with equipment
maintenance and functioning of computers.
• Participate in negotiating service agreements with suppliers and users outside of the
school board and ensure that the services provided are compatible.
• Maintain technology equipment and systems (e.g. servers, telephone systems, intercoms
alarms, surveillance cameras, software applications, and network) for the purpose of
ensuring that systems are functioning properly and effectively in support of district
administrative and educational operations.
• Organize training activities for staff on the use of computers and office automation,
networking, telecommunication and information technology tools.
• Coordinate the creation, implementation and improvement of computer tools adapted to
the needs of the institutions and other administrative offices
• Support, as required, the administrators of the school by providing them with pertinent
information
• Supervise, evaluate and assess the training needs of the staff under his or her responsibility
• Ensure the availability, functioning and proper use of equipment and materials
• Participate in developing and updating information resources
• Identify training gaps and develop and deliver effective IT training programs geared to all
departments of the school
• Work with Educational Technology Coordinator to identify needs and help define and
implement innovative solutions
• Assume any other responsibility compatible with his or her function that may be assigned
to him or her by the immediate superior

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Eastern Townships (English)


Exigences et conditions

Qualifications, Education and Experience

• Bachelor’s degree in a field appropriate for this position (Management Information
Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Systems Management,
Educational Technology or other equivalent disciplines) preferred
• A minimum of 5 years’ experience preferably in a school setting
• Excellent interpersonal skills. Creative problem-solving skills coupled with good
judgement. The ability to communicate clearly in written and oral forms with a
diversity of constituents
• Strong understanding and experience setting up, configuring, and managing network
components
• Strong understanding and experience working with MS Active Directory, group
policies, security groups and network logon scripting
• Setup and operational knowledge of Windows 7, Microsoft Server, Mac OS X
experience/knowledge advantageous
• Excellent troubleshooting skills – ability to narrow down the cause of an issue and
determine a solution
• Demonstrated ability to communicate with and work well with all levels within an
organization specifically working effectively within the culture and processes used in
the school
• Highly organized with strong project management skills, and drive to meet
organizational and departmental objectives
• Knowledge of classroom technology including SmartBoards, clickers, document
cameras, sound systems, projectors, cameras, etc.
• Proven ability to negotiate and work with vendors and consultants
• Proven ability to work effectively with parents, community and staff on various
organization-wide and Technology Committees
• Experience supervising staff

The Process
This position offers a competitive salary and benefit package. A resume and letter of interest should be
sent to:

Human Resources
Bishop’s College School
80 Moulton Hill, Sherbrooke, QC, J1M 1Z8
wjohnson@bishopscollegeschool.com
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted

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