Kenan-Flagler Business School opened its doors as the Department of Commerce in 1919 and awarded our first degrees to 12 students in 1921. Today we offer Undergraduate Business, MBA, Master of Accounting, PhD and Executive Development programs. You’ll find our 37,000 graduates in 50 U.S. states and 86 countries. Our faculty, who represent 21 countries, are world-class researchers and teachers. While much has changed since our founding, you can trace our tradition of educational innovation and core values – which both reflect and form our unique culture to our earliest days. Business and the liberal arts have become the foundation for our educational approach preparing students with the enduring knowledge and skills they need to navigate a complex future. We are an institution that, for 100 years, has provided a high quality business education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, transforming the lives of students, preparing them to graduate to become extraordinary leaders in their communities, and employees helping students to achieve that goal while perpetuating the impact a Carolina education has on people’s lives and on society.
The Director of Data Integration and Analytics is responsible for providing strategic direction and management of the Data Integration and Analytics program which will provide design, development and maintenance of data and analytics solutions across the academic funnel. The Director will build and manage a high performing team of data specialists, advise and inform the executive team regarding technology solutions that can best maximize business value, and provide necessary leadership to establish the strategic framework for success. He/She is also responsible for operational implementation of enterprise systems used for managing Kenan-Flagler’s organizational data such as data warehouses, data stores, multiple Customer Relationship Management (CRMs) systems and other business intelligence systems. This position involves a high-level understanding of a department with a complexity of business processes and is responsible in setting, monitoring and measuring overall strategic direction and goals for the unit, in accordance with the mission of Kenan-Flagler Business School IT. The Director will make independent decisions within the delegated authority of the CIO. The Director is also held ultimately responsible for budget development and overall success of his/her department.
The Director of Data Integration and Analytics will be a leader in helping define, evolve, and implement the business school’s data driven decision methodology. This individual will serve as the schools representative on a variety of initiatives and will be responsible for keeping apprised on the latest technologies and trends in the industry.
The Director oversees his/her IT staff, seeks opportunities to enhance their skills development, and handles high level decision making that affects policy, procedure and direction for the unit. He/she is also responsible for moving the organization forward by persuading other high level decision makers inside and outside of the school on recommended technical directions. The Director is responsible for maintaining highly cohesive relationships with other departments, academic areas, vendors, and with the executive leadership throughout the university.
Education and Experience:
Demonstrated technical knowledge with project management tools, Agile methodology, relational database systems, SQL required. Certified PMP desired. Experience with managing large and complex projects desired. Demonstrated experience leading and managing technical staff through subordinate managers. Demonstrated experience leading large, complex projects. Experience working with FERPA and PII data, and leading and managing Data Governance processes.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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