Missouri State University is accepting applications for a CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER. Reporting to the President, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) serves as the senior executive officer responsible for providing leadership and management to the units of the Information Services division and is responsible for system-wide planning, management, security, and coordination of the technology resources of the Missouri State System. The CIO represents the University in information technology-related matters with federal and state agencies, corporate entities, and other institutions of higher education. The CIO serves as the major administrator for the Information Services division and is responsible for the management of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, learning management system, file server and networking infrastructure, application software development, information security, instructional technologies, technical training, micro-computer installation and maintenance, user support services, the University’s open-access computer labs, BearPass Card Office operations, and policy development regarding information services for students, faculty, and staff. The CIO oversees the review and analysis, coordination, and approval of computer-related purchases and upgrades and ensures that new applications and technologies are compatible with existing systems and are appropriately integrated into the University’s enterprise architecture. The CIO provides leadership and supervision of staff, budget oversight and development, administrative and academic support, and strategic planning and implementation for the Information Services division. Units in the division include Computer Services, Networking and Telecommunications, BearPass Card Office, and Information Security.