Jobs in IT at the University of California
There are many open positions in IT across the UC locations at any one time. The UC Office of the President hosts a website where you can search for all IT jobs at any or all locations. For example, try using the keyword “information technology,” or a job title, and select All Locations.
Occasionally, a campus CIO will feature a particular open position (see below). These positions are posted here for one to two months. Notification about them is sent out via the subscription newsletter for the UC IT Blog.
Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer (AVC/CIO), UC Riverside
The Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer (AVC/CIO) leads the campus technology initiatives through appropriate support services,innovative programs and robust infrastructure that empower the UCR community to achieve excellence in its teaching, research, public service and patient treatment missions. This forward-thinking, strategic executive reports to the Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor and leads the Information Technology Solutions (ITS) organization by engaging with senior campus administrators, faculty, staff and students through an integrated enterprise approach to workflow, process, data management, technology and culture. The AVC/CIO role encompasses three broad areas of responsibility: 1) steward multi-year strategic planning initiatives, including evaluation of innovative and emerging technologies; 2) serve as a campus advisor and strategic partner by fostering technical partnerships with UCR deans, faculty, vice chancellors and librarians in support of distributed computing initiatives; 3) provide leadership responsibility for a highly technical organization, including key matrixed relationships with campus units.
Develops campus, medical center or Office of the President and/or organizational policies and authorizes their implementation. Provides advice, guidance, and assistance to the senior leadership at the campus, medical center or Office of the President. Responsible for the strategic planning, implementation and overall administration of the computing infrastructure, information systems and processes. Represents the campus, medical center or Office of the President in local or systemwide and system-wide meetings and discussions. Recognized as an influential leader, providing leadership in the effective application of systems and technology at the enterprise level. Makes final decisions for the organization and ensures achievement of objectives. Erroneous decisions will have a serious impact on the overall success of division or the campus, medical center or Office of the President.