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Director, Application Development and Support
New York University (NYU) invites applications and nominations for the position of
Director, Application Development and Support.
Founded in 1831, NYU is the largest private university in the United States. NYU is one
of 62 North American universities admitted to the prestigious Association of American
Universities, and it received $285 million in external research funding in 2006.
With an undergraduate student enrollment of 19,401 and a graduate student body of
18,990, NYU is composed of 14 schools, colleges, and divisions in six different
locations in Manhattan and has over 20 study-abroad countries around the world. The
center of NYU’s campus is in Washington Square, located in the heart of Greenwich
Village. NYU employs over 16,000 faculty and staff members and is home to
Guggenheim Fellows, Nobel Laureates, and Pulitzer Prize winners.
Information Technology Services (ITS) is NYU's central organization for technologybased services for University faculty, students, staff, and administrators. ITS provides
computer, network, telephony, and Internet services to the entire University. ITS
comprises the Office of the Chief Information Technology Officer and five service
departments working together in support of the broad spectrum of University activities.
Reporting to the Executive Director, Enterprise Computing and Supports Services, the
Director of Application Development and Support will direct the technical design,
development, implementation, and maintenance of University administrative
applications and systems. Specific responsibilities include the following:
assess and evaluate development requests from University business unit leaders,
schools, and senior management;
direct the preparation of project plans and schedules;
create strategies to optimize the use of technical resources;
collaborate with ITS Leadership and management of central administrative units
to develop and deliver comprehensive, integrated business solutions;
oversee Project Directors and Managers in managing project scope, time, cost,
risk, compliance requirements, and client expectations;
direct staffing activities and vendor relationships;
effectively deploy resources to maximize development and maintenance activities
across all applications;
provide technical expertise to ITS management and business unit leaders;
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develop short range plans and participate in long range planning with Executive
Director, Enterprise Computing & Support Services, business unit leaders, and
other ITS and University management; and
maintain knowledge of technology changes and industry trends.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree and 10 years progressively
responsible technical experience in a university environment managing the design,
development, and implementation of large, complex systems, or similar experience.
Specific qualifications include:
experience with administrative systems such as financial, human resources,
student, fund raising, or data management in a distributed computing
proven success delivering projects on time, and within budget as well as staff
supervision, project management, compliance/change management, and support
of large client bases;
experience with project life cycle including programming, databases, security,
infrastructure, and architecture;
experience with ERP/web-based applications; business process software; data
management and reporting; and directing large, complex systems in a distributed
computing environment also required; and
experience with Oracle, PeopleSoft, JAVA, PL SQL, VB, C++, Oracle Workflow,
BRIO, Data Warehousing, Data Modeling, UNIX, Linux are required.
All correspondence should be directed to the University’s executive recruitment
Martin M. Baker, Vice President
Baker and Associates LLC
10 Glenlake Parkway, South Tower
Suite 140
Atlanta, GA 30328