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Higher Ed Administrative Careers - Information Systems/Technology
4 Year Degree
Position: IT PROJECT MANAGER
Position Summary: Manages the technology program of the institution, which seeks to support administration and program needs at the lowest long-term expense. IT Project manager collaborates with administrative heads in order to develop and implement an IT strategy that compliments the long-term strategic plans of LCC. Based on the strategy, the IT Project manager establishes and maintains an IT architecture and infrastructure, oversees selection and acquisition of technology assets and manages IT operation and support.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Work with Administration to develop and maintain an IT strategy that compliments LCC strategic plans.
Develop an annual IT program plan to identify objectives and prioritize IT projects, such as concerning areas of hardware and software acquisition and replacement, policies and procedures, and IT projects impacting operational efficiencies.
Develop and propose an annual IT budget and manage IT budget during the year.
Managing the day-to-day IT operations, networks and computer systems.
Develop, oversee and report on project plans for ongoing IT projects.
Monitor and report on usage of IT resources and related support, analyze results, and optimize related IT systems, administration and support.
Manage hardware and software assets based on replacement cycle.
Manage IT staff by setting individual objectives, completing performance appraisals, developing, and administering professional development plans.
Maintain and develop policies on institution IT resources and processes.
Communicate IT information of concern to LCC staff, faculty and students as needed.
Work with users and other IT staff to determine and develop specific information systems requirements and processes.
Evaluate specifications and requirements against available information technology solutions.
Analyze, design, develop, and implement fully integrated systems, which may include applications, databases, networks, and related systems.
Run vendor management process to ensure the company’s data security.
REPORTS TO: LCC Vice President for Finance and Infrastructure/CFO
Bachelors in IT discipline preferred
Experience leading and managing IT projects and rolling out IT infrastructures across various technologies
5 years of previous IT environment support experience
Experience managing IT staff and projects strongly preferred
A solid understanding of IT systems, networking and computer software
Previous successful experience in IT project management area
IT support experience or in related field (systems analysis, programming)
Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
Leadership and strong organizational skills
Ability to motivate IT staff
Logical problem solver who can operate under constraints and in a cross-cultural environment
About LCC International University
LCC International University is an accredited, BA granting Christian liberal arts university located in Klaipeda, Lithuania, on the Baltic Sea. Established in 1991 by a joint venture of Lithuanian, Canadian and American foundations, LCC seeks to engage students in a transforming educational experience in order to create a generation of leaders for Eastern Europe and the former Soviet republics. Graduates are expected to be able to think critically, promote democratic ideals, develop a market economy, and rebuild the network of civil society within the context of a Christian worldview.
We believe that LCC offers a unique missional experience to those who are interested in using the Christian liberal arts educational model and a relational campus community in engaging students in transformational education. The scope of this mission called LCC now extends to 50+ countries, as more than 70% of our students come from outside of Lithuania. In fact, we essentially offer an opportunity to affect lives in countries that would be very difficult to enter in other ways, countries such as Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Belarus, as well as Syria and Iraq. As you are considering th...e possibility of joining LCC, please note that the footprint of the opportunities extends far beyond the small country of Lithuania.
Our institutional research agenda extends from the themes of our institutional identity – Christian; cultural and linguistic diversity; relationally oriented community; conflict transformation; liberal arts – to the broad areas of our teaching and programming: Business, Communication, International Relations and Development, English, Psychology, and Theology.
LCC has a Research Center – the Center for Faith and Human Flourishing – which exemplifies some of research areas we highly value:
1. Migration, Economic Development & Flourishing Communities
2. Trauma, Relationships, Flourishing Individuals and Families
3. Textual Studies, Faith and Conceptions of Flourishing
Our research areas are broadly understood, and we seek additional research productivity to expand and enhance our agenda as we empower researchers and affiliate faculty in their individual areas of interest. To read more about research at LCC please visit this site - https://lcc.lt/research-at-lcc