Assistant Director Academic Technology & Network Services
Collin College - Plano, TX

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Job Description:
Assist directing the Executive Director with the
planning, development, and maintenance of administrative
and educational computer systems, network hardware and
software, WAN, voice, video and media equipment to
ensure that these hardware and software systems meet the
needs of the institution toward fulfilling the strategic
plan of the District.
Assist the Executive Director with the management of
contracts and other business relationships with vendors
regarding networks, computer hardware and software, and
media equipment.
Supervise the technical staff charged with various
aspects of computer administration and network systems,
the staff in Media Services supporting classrooms,
meetings and district events, and the telecommunications
staff with voice, video and data networks support.
Plan and direct projects with maximum flexibility and
minimum disruption of current operations and services.
Assist the Executive Director with directing the
technology support for classrooms and laboratories,
media, voice and video within the District.
Assist the Executive Director with the maintenance of
license agreements. Implement the review of software
used on the network and in computer laboratories to
ensure usage is within copyright guidelines.
Interact and work cooperatively with the college
community on assessing needs and effectiveness of
Academic Technology & Network Services and collaborate
with instructional administration and faculty to ensure
effective computer and media equipment, software and
related systems and support are provided in classrooms
and laboratories with the District.
Serve as back-up for the Executive Director of Academic
Technology and Network Services.
Other duties as assigned.
Performs all duties and maintains all standards in
accordance with college policies, procedures and Core

Job Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in a computer discipline from a
regionally accredited institution. Master’s degree
Four years of progressive experience with supervising
large, multi-site computer networks. Experience
supervising academic computer labs desired.
***This is a Security Sensitive position. Therefore
candidates will be subject to a criminal background

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