AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Information Technology Salesforce.com Cloud Computing Strategic Planning Vendor Management Enterprise Software Program Management Project Management Windows Server Web Development Disaster Recovery Leadership Networking IT Strategy Nonprofits Security
- Network Administration Software Development
- SalesForce.com Administration & Development
- NetSuite Administration
- Cloud Services Management
- Vendor Management
- Office 365
- Microsoft SharePoint
VP Information Technology
- Responsible to lead and oversee all Information Technology initiatives while ensuring they align with strategic organizational objectives.
- This includes working with all business units of the organization to establish appropriate service level agreements based on departmental goals.
- Works closely with decision makers in other departments to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and support cost - effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization.
- Formulates and deploys long-term strategic plans for information and communication technologies.
- Manages IT Department operational and strategic planning, including business requirements, project planning, and organizing the allocation of resources.
- Defines and communicates project milestones and service level agreements to executive team, department leads, support staff, and end users.
- Develops and reviews IT budgets and ensures they comply with stated goals, guidelines, and objectives.
- Benchmarks, analyzes, reports on, and makes recommendations for the improvement of the IT infrastructure and IT systems.
- Develops business case justifications and cost/benefit analysis for IT spending and initiatives.
- Directs research on potential technology solutions and implementations in support of new initiatives, opportunities, and procurement efforts.
- Establishes and maintains regular written and in-person communications with executives, department leads, and end users.
- Defines and communicates individual and team performance goals.
- Monitors implementation using a quarterly performance review process as a mechanism to drive goal alignment throughout the department.
- Supports organizational leadership by actively seeking out and identifying methods to improve productivity, offers solutions, supports organizational goals and objectives by attending and being actively involved in appropriate management meetings and training sessions.
Director of Technology
- Responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive technology strategy for the Maclellan Family Foundations.
- This includes participating in and contributing to executive level strategic discussions, selecting and managing vendor relationships, and overseeing all technical projects to aid the foundations in fulfilling their missional and operational goals.
- Develop and manage cloud services, web technologies, physical and electronic security, disaster recovery, network infrastructure, enterprise telecommunications, asset management and technology policies
- Determine criteria for evaluating new technology solutions and evaluate against industry best practices and/or other business-related constraints
- Establish and manage annual technology budgets
- Establish and manage relationships, SLAs, and contracts with key technology vendors, contractors and service providers
- Act as single point of contact for all external development and implementation partners
- Participate with executive management team to develop organizational business policies and plans
- Directs and supervise IT staff to ensure appropriate assignment of duties and to provide a high level of service, support and capabilities
- Advise foundation partners and grantees in strategic technology direction and decisions
- Develop business model and operational plan Manage physical build-out of site Perform all financial and human resources functions Source coffees and loose teas Manage key vendor relationships
Director of Technology
- The Director of Technology establishes the technology plan to support and advance the strategic goals for Confidential .
- This plan involves establishing, managing, and growing stable and scalable technology architecture for a high volume web site with high information and data processing requirements.
- Establish and manage operational objectives and annual budgets for the Confidential technology team
- Evaluate industry best practices and apply them to the environment
- Keep the executive staff apprised of trends and emerging technologies
- Perform all software/hardware research and evaluation
- Responsible for infrastructure procurement
- Direct reports: Network Support Analyst, Audio Visual Technician, Marketplace Customer Support Representative and Contract Developers
Senior Technology Developer
- Responsible for all application development and network management.
- Internet application design and development
- Relational database design and development
- Network management
- Perform maintenance on desktops, laptops, servers and switches Direct reports: Marketplace Customer Support Representative, Audio Visual Technician
- Develop Intranet and Web applications for small to medium sized businesses
- Manage project life-cycle and application development timelines
- Provide technical support and training to staff members on a variety of software/hardware issues.
- Maintain distance learning hardware and software and coordinate all video conferencing from the ELL and Aquarium
- Creation of digital multimedia applications for distribution through the Internet and CD-ROM
- Plan, implement and evaluate professional development programs and technology workshops focusing on utilization of innovative software for teachers, Aquarium members and volunteers.
- Develop, teach and evaluate educational programs for the Computer and 21st Century Classrooms Develop and teach special interpretive programs for Aquarium members, volunteers, staff and the general public