Summary: The IT Manager is responsible for the oversight and operation of all Cathedral Square information technology systems at 20+ remote sites. The IT Manager leads a small team of dedicated technical and administrative support positions. The manager oversees daily network administration, planning and implementation of hardware and software purchases, and troubleshooting and maintenance of hardware, software, and networks. The Manager also oversees and provides technical assistance and training to staff and develops and monitors the annual IT budget and five-year budget plan.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s or master’s degree in business, computer science, information technology or a related field or equivalent work experience. At least 4 years’ experience in systems administration, TCP/IP, information security/authorization profiles, system administration of Windows networks/systems, and server management. Must have 3 years’ experience in implementing and enforcing network security throughout an organization, including at remote sites, and 7 years’ experience in installing, maintaining, configuring, and ensuring the integrity of computer software. Should have knowledge and thorough understanding of Cisco appliances, Microsoft 365, Windows Server 2012-2019, Active Directory, and SonicWALL security appliances. Experience with VMWare vSphere, VEEAM, Barracuda backup appliances, Barracuda networks and Cisco wireless technology highly desired. Knowledge of and experience with HIPAA laws and regulations highly desired. Ability to participate in on-call rotation and travel to CS sites. Requires supervision/team management experience and excellent communication, listening interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills. Must have a valid Vermont driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Hours and Location: Full-time, in South Burlington, VT.
Cathedral Square improves the lives of older adults and people with diverse needs by creating and maintaining quality, affordable housing with services tailored to their unique circumstances, recognizing that safe, affordable housing is the foundation of health, individual and community well-being, and economic, racial and social justice.
We envision a time when all people, regardless of age, background or ability to pay, will live and thrive in safe, quality housing that is diverse and welcoming, with access to support and services to help them remain healthy, living at home, and thriving in their communities.