IT Director

City
Tucson
State
Arizona
Title
IT Director
Description

The IT Director is responsible for the general oversight of information technology at CFB. The IT Director builds on a strong background in business technology to keep the organization running as effectively as possible; they also anticipate and drive new areas for growth and efficiency. They do this in collaboration with other departments and teams as needed. The IT Director actively helps the organization leverage systems and resources to get the most out of its technology, while ensuring equipment and data are useful and secure. The IT Director does travel for assignments to other CFB locations in southern Arizona, as needed

End date
Opportunity type
Job
Category
Administration (e.g., Finance, IT, HR)
Job responsibilities

Oversee IT staff and serve as IT team leader.
Manage the IT budget and assist in the procurement of IT supplies/resources.
Assist in the development and implementation of all IT policies and procedures, including those for architecture, security, disaster recovery, standards, purchasing, and service provision.
Provides second level of IT support as needed, including, but not limited to: responding to help desk requests, hardware troubleshooting, network management / troubleshooting, software support and installations, in a timely and professional manner.
Overseeing the condition of equipment and performing basic device maintenance.
Provide administrative support in a Windows Server hypervisor environment.
Champion the use of “best practices” for technology used within the organization.
Monitor, manage, and maintain hardware and software license and maintenance agreements to ensure best practices.
Ensure compliance with standard security practices.
Ensure processes for data confidentiality and protection, as well as disaster recovery.
Recommend hardware and software changes to benefit CFBSA operations and mission.
Manage relationship with and evaluate 3rd party providers and technicians.
Maintain contemporary knowledge of technical systems and IT management trends.
Works closely with the Leadership Team to identify, recommend, develop, and implement cost effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization.
Assist the Procurement Manager in the purchasing functions of IT assets.
Ensures adequate IT systems training is available to IT staff. Assist staff with information and resources for software training in collaboration with the Training and Development department.

Application qualifications

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelors in MIS, Computer Science, Information Science, or a related field, or equivalent experience
Experience with Azure administration, monitoring, tuning, and deployments
Strong familiarity with Office 365, or demonstrable ability to learn Office 365 administration quickly
IT operations: diverse knowledge set including but not limited to an understanding of applications, LAN/WAN infrastructure, data management/systems, cloud technology, disaster planning/recovery, telecommunications, hardware and equipment
Cloud/Hosted Solutions: Experience with Office 365 management and Azure

Preferred Qualifications

Experience with security standards and concepts – PCI, HIPAA, etc.
Master's degree in MIS, Computer Science, Information Science, or a related field, or equivalent experience
Background in business administration and/or management

Benefits

SALARY: $86,039 to $107, 548
401k, DENTAL, HEALTH, SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM DIABILITY AND LIFE INSURANCE PROGRAM.
PAID TIME OFF INCLUDES FLEXIBLE LEAVE, HOLIDAYS, SICH LEAVE AND ACCURED VACTION TIME.

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How to apply

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter here:https://communityfoodbank.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/bb96b814-41ff-4…

About the organization

MISSION & ORGANIZATION
The mission of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is to change lives in the communities we serve by feeding the hungry today, and building a healthy, hunger-free tomorrow.

The CFB responds to the root causes of hunger, and seeks to restore dignity, health, opportunity and hope to people living in poverty.

The CFB was founded in 1975. The organization is governed by a Board of Directors from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience who bring important perspectives to the guidance of our work. The annual budget is $22 million excluding in-kind food and $115 million including in-kind food. The staff of 168 employees includes the following who report directly to the CEO and constitute the leadership team: Chief Finance & Administration Officer (CFAO), Chief Development Officer (CDO), Chief Programs and Operations Officer (CPO), and Chief Impact Officer (CIO).

The CFB programs include emergency food assistance, free meals, a farmers’ market, community gardens, nutrition education, culinary training, support for local growers and food systems, advocacy, and more. The CFB serves five counties in Southern Arizona: Cochise, Graham, Pima, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz in partnership with 385 agency partners. The CFB seeks to distribute 40-50 million pounds of food annually. The CFB emphasizes client choice in food selections including: diabetic food boxes, fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, and an ever-growing variety of nutritious food.

CFB’s service area is situated on the lands of multiple indigenous sovereign nations. Systemic legacies of inequity and disenfranchisement show up in the work of CFB. The majority of people seeking emergency food assistance are people of color or other marginalized people. CFB’s programming prioritizes greater community participation in solutions. Arizona’s food insecurity rate is around 12% and has been for the last 50 years. CFB looks to reduce that rate.

Because ending hunger and supporting healthy, thriving communities takes more than distributing food, the CFB engages in advocacy and public policy work , including: providing training, encouraging community leaders, and building collective power to influence policies that will advance the CFB’s mission in the community.
The CFB is beginning a 5-year strategic plan focusing on allocating its resources to communities facing higher marginalization and food insecurity, reducing food insecurity rates, increasing community development initiatives, and establishing meaningful indicators of mission success.

The CFB is a proud member of Feeding America, a nationwide network of food banks and hunger relief organizations. A national leader in the food security and food justice movements, in 2018 CFB was named Food Bank of the Year by Feeding America.

More information about the programs and services of the CFB may be found at www.communityfoodbank.org.

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