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A best practices champion whose experience in software development and/or programming design and systems management is uniquely combined with knowledge of the Education Act, education-related policies and school board operations, you're ready to become a key member of the Peel District School Board (PDSB)'s Learning Technology Support Services leadership team.
Reporting to the Chief Information Officer, you'll be responsible for the strategic planning, acquisition, deployment and operational management of the Enterprise Systems and Application Development team portfolio. This sizable portfolio includes the Student Information System, Financial Information System, HR Information System, Collaboration tools (such as SharePoint, MS TEAMS), Database Administrators, Websites, Business Intelligence and Ministry Reporting.
More specifically, as Manager, Enterprise Systems & Solutions Delivery, you'll coordinate and supervise all activities related to the requirements, procurement, design, development and implementation of organizational information systems and software applications, the maintenance, support and upgrade of existing systems and applications, and the proper integration of enterprise systems. Leading by example, you'll manage the design, development, support, training and deployment of mission-critical information and software systems, and champion best practices to ensure that all applications, databases and information management practices comply with standards, designs, policies, processes, methods and tools, and are consistently documented. Along with ensuring that development best practices are adopted, you'll recommend and implement solutions to automate manual paper-based processes by leveraging the enterprise systems, APIs and innovative solution delivery.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
With your degree or diploma in Computer Science or a similar IT-related field, and no fewer than seven (7) years' equivalent work experience in software development and/or programming design and systems management, you have the expertise, confidence and leadership skills this key role demands. As Manager of Enterprise Systems and Solutions Delivery, you'll also leverage the following experience, knowledge and skill set:
Salary range: $110,548 - $138,185 per annum (under review)
To apply for the position of Manager, Enterprise Systems and Solutions Delivery, please complete an online application through Apply to Education . Your completed application package on Apply to Education must include your cover letter, resume and supporting educational credentials. Applications must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Friday, August 6, 2021.
The Peel District School Board (PDSB) is a racially, culturally and linguistically diverse board that serves 155,000+ students and approximately 17,000 employees. We have 257 schools, 217 of which are elementary and 42 are secondary. In PDSB, 87% of students are racialized, non-white, representing 162 different ethnic backgrounds. Students in Peel have 121 different first languages. Student diversity also exists in terms of gender and gender expression, sexuality, ability and faith. A responsive and empathetic understanding of the lived experiences of the students and communities we serve is vital to those who will take on leadership roles within the PDSB. The workforce consists of teachers, office staff, custodial staff, education assistants and professional staff. The workforce is largely unionized, with the majority of employees belonging to numerous bargaining units. The Board's strategic plan includes four pillars: high expectations for achievement; parent, community and staff engagement; equity and inclusion; and safe, positive healthy climate/well-being. Although Equity and Inclusion is a separate pillar within the strategic plan, equity and inclusion is also the lens through which all areas of the strategic plan must be seen, internalized and understood. The Board is committed to equity, inclusion, and dismantling systemic inequities that lead to marginalization and oppression of students from specific identity groups and with certain lived experiences.
We appreciate the interest of all applicants, but will only be contacting candidates whose skills, experience and qualifications best meet the requirements of the position.
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Commitment to Equity, Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism
The Peel District School Board is committed to equity in employment. We are committed to equitable hiring practices that allow us to hire qualified staff who reflect the full diversity of the Region of Peel. We will provide reasonable accommodation (e.g. an accessible location, rescheduling of interviews that fall on Days of Significance, etc.) based on any of the human rights protected grounds, during the hiring process if advised in advance.
We are also committed to inclusion, anti-oppression and anti-racist practices while also supporting the continuous growth and development of an equitable and empowered education system at the PDSB.