Manager, Center for Information Management (CIM) to be responsible for managing the daily smooth operation of the Center; provide one-on-one instruction, training, and project development to CIM clients; maintain smooth operation of the facility, which includes being on-call to troubleshoot technical and client needs throughout the work week and weekend; monitor the facility to assess means to continuously improve service, technology and operations and adherence to policies, procedures and service standards; monitor electronic classroom and CIM private studio rooms adjacent to the CIM; monitor the libraries collaboration room (Thunder) and Libraries Gaming Lab, in close collaboration with supervisor; develop and conduct workshops for faculty, students and staff; provide training for equipment and software applications offered in CIM; provide usage statistics for all services and questions in CIM; identify, evaluate, and recommend new products and technology to offer in CIM through continual research into technology development; communicate effectively with employees, clients and library staff and supervisor; work closely and meet regularly with the Libraries Systems Department to maintain smooth operation; coordinate the hiring, training, scheduling, and supervising of one classified staff members, graduate assistants, and undergraduate student employees; participate in library teams, committees, and diversity initiatives as assigned; other duties as assigned. Require: Bachelor’s degree in a technology-related field or education and work experience in a public technology assistance setting or an Associate’s degree in a technology-related field and three years of work experience in public technology service support; demonstrated effective supervisory, organizational and communication skills; at least two years of experience successfully teaching the use of software and peripherals on Macintosh and/or Wintel systems; demonstrated ability to deliver quality service to clients under significant time pressure as well as when computers, peripherals, or software malfunction; demonstrated ability to supervise and train staff at a very busy, demanding public service point; demonstrated flexibility as well as an ability and aptitude to learn and teach as software, hardware and peripherals constantly change; demonstrated familiarity with library practices and procedures and library information resources; willingness to identify and learn new technologies on one’s own.
Desire: Degree in Educational Technology or Educational Instruction and Design; training and/or teaching experience.
Submit letter of application, resume, and name, telephone number and email address of three professional references to:
Judith A. Sessions, Dean and University Librarian
King Library, Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056
Contact phone number is 513/529-2800.
Screening of applications begins August 24, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.
Miami University is an EOE/AA employer with smoke-free campuses.
Right to Know – Consumer Information http://www.miami.muohio.edu/about-miami/publications-and-policies/student-consumer-info/. Hard copy upon request.
SUMMARY: The CIM Manager assures that all clients are successfully assisted and supported in their information technology needs and project design and development. Responsible for managing the daily smooth operation of the Center for Information Management (CIM), a high profile, busy and demanding public service multi-media production facility for Miami students, faculty, and staff. Maintains a high level of hardware and software knowledge and encourages teamwork on the part of all staff to effectively assist all clients. Requires knowledge and experience to provide instruction and assistance at all levels of client and staff abilities.