The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at Auburn University is seeking a Director of Administrative Services responsible for all administrative, fiscal, and business operations for the unit’s campus-wide mission. The director manages the administrative staff, guiding operating methods, the collection of revenues and disbursement of funds, developing and monitoring of unrestricted, auxiliary and service center budgets, and overseeing of human resources requirements for information technology roles on campus. The position reports directly to the Vice President & Chief Information Officer for Information Technology.
Working onsite is a requirement of the job. May work up to 2 days hybrid remote in local area with supervisor’s approval.
The ideal candidate applies systems thinking, possesses superior interpersonal and communication skills, is self-motivated, and is a life-long learner.
7 Reasons You’ll Love Working at AUBURN:
- Work/life balance is a priority! No travel is required.
- Careers in Higher Education are reliably stable.
- Competitive retirement plan and benefits.
- Generous leave (including two weeks off during the holidays!)
- Paid parental leave.
- Tuition assistance for yourself and dependents.
- Being a part of the life-changing work and research our students, faculty, and staff perform.
Auburn was named by Forbes Magazine as one of the state of Alabama’s best employers, with employees staying an average of ten years! Learn more about Auburn’s impact, generous employee benefits, and thriving community by visiting aub.ie/working-for-auburn
It’s a Lifestyle: The Auburn/Opelika area is a page right out of Southern Living magazine with an idyllic small-town feel, perfecting a unique balance between a close-knit community and driving consistent growth and development. Paralleling the exponential growth of Auburn University, the Auburn/Opelika area boasts services and amenities that cater to any interest. We’re proud of our top school systems, city services, award-winning restaurants, and the infectious spirit of life in a college town. You can find us nestled halfway between the beach and the mountains in a lower-cost-of-living area, two hours outside of Atlanta or Birmingham. If you’re new to Auburn, we’d love to introduce you. If you’re already acquainted with Auburn, we’ll keep it simple: it’s time to come home!
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