ITconnecter Job of the Week – Program Chair Information Technology

From Bright.com via Bright.com | Program Chair Information Technology.

“Bay State College located in Bostons Back Bay is a private college whose mission is to provide students with a quality education that prepares them for professional careers and increasing levels of higher education.

Currently we are seeking applicants for the position of Program Chair, Information Technology.  The Program Chair for the Information Technology Program will bear principal responsibility for two new degree programs, the Associates in Applied Science and Bachelor of Science in Information TechnologyThe Program Chair will report to the Chair of the Business Department.

Responsibilities:  The Program Chair will manage the staffing, curriculum development, learning outcomes assessment, and strategic development of the two programs in close cooperation with the Business Department Chair.  Additional areas of focus include academic advising for students in the IT Program, industry/employer outreach, college service through institutional committee work, and discipline-specific and/or pedagogically focused scholarship. The Program Chair will coordinate with the Business Chair to provide technology-oriented courses for the Colleges General Education and Business Programs. The Program Chair will teach on a 3-3 load;  the position is a ten-month appointment. The Program Chair will hire, train, evaluate, and supervise faculty teaching IT-related coursework in the College. Additionally, he/she will work closely with the Colleges Director of IT to ensure appropriate classroom space and technology infrastructure. The Program Chair will also collaborate with the Director of Evening and Distance Education to provide curricular and faculty oversight for relevant coursework and programs in those divisions.

Qualifications: The Program Chair will hold an earned doctorate in Information Technology or a related field and possess prior collegiate-level teaching experience. Professional experience in the IT field and a comprehensive understanding of employer needs and their relation to post secondarytraining are also essential.  Qualified and interested applicants should submit resume, cover letter stating salary requirements to wkoehler@baystate.edu or humanresources@baystate.edu .”

Focused on TBM, Technology Business Management ("run IT like a business"). - 30+ years of experience, in providing IT strategy, process, application, RAMP, hardware, software, network, internet and cloud solutions to financial services, MRD and high technology companies from startup to F500. - 20+ published articles on the intersection of business and technology. - Startup advisor and mentor to a dozen startups, four of which were acquired and one of which is newly-launched (ITconnecter, a Crosswaves Ventures LLC company). - Specialties: IT Technology Business Management (TBM, aka "run IT like a business"), strategic partnerships, technology innovation, solutioning and program/project management (onshore, nearshore, offshore). Technology consulting focused on innovation, built around process, data and integration (cloud, social networking). We use I/TBM financial management best practices to help mid-size and large enterprises ensure they are meeting the needs of their business effectively and efficiently.

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