The Information Technology Unit of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), the College of Agriculture (CoAg), and the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES), collectively known as “ACES-Ag”, at Auburn University seeks applicants for the position of Information Technology Manager. Reporting to the ACES-Ag IT Director, the IT Manager oversees and leads a team of talented IT professionals responsible for managing and supporting various technology resources in ACES, CoAg, and AAES. The IT Manager also provides expert advice, assistance, and guidance to other IT management.
The ideal candidate applies systems thinking, possesses superior interpersonal and communication skills, is self-motivated, and is a lifelong learner.
Working onsite is a requirement of the job. Work assignments may have established deadlines and require periods of “on-call” support responsibilities.
7 Reasons You’ll Love Being an IT Manager at Auburn University:
- Work/life balance is a priority!
- 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 performed by our students, faculty, and staff.
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