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C-Level IT Job Description Bundle

  • ID: 3600378
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  • Janco Associates, Inc
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C-Level IT Job Description Bundle includes 7 full job descriptions in WORD and PDF formats. They are:

Chief Information Officer(CIO), Chief Information Officer (CIO) - Small Enterprise, Chief Security Officer (CSO), Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), Chief Mobility Officer (CMO), Chief Technology Officer (CTO), and Chief Digital Officer (CDO)

Chief Information Officer - Chief Technology Officer

The chief information officer's (CIO) role, responsibilities and influence is growing in today's boardroom. And the CIOs job itself is expanding as well. The CIOs of the next decade face many challenges. The CIOs who will succeed will have a common set of skills.

- CIOs both visionary and pragmatic - It is not enough to plan for innovation, the CIO needs to be perceptive and realistic. As an insightful manager, a CIO promotes broad technology agenda to help the business profit from leading-edge initiatives. At the same time as a pragmatist, a CIO deals with the realities of the business. The pragmatist also facilitates the productivity of current IT solutions. The CIO focuses on minimizing cost and maximizing results, in addition the CIO helps to increase the customer and product/service base of the enterprise.

- CIOs focus on ROI improvement of IT - CIOs will find new ways to help customers and the organization profit from how data is used while focusing on managing budgets and processes to eliminate or reduce costs.

- CIOs inspire the enterprise and expand the business impact of IT – CIOs will have proven expertise in both business and technical facets of their role. CIOs will interact with the enterprise and its executive team as enterprise leaders and drive new business initiatives and shifts jointly the other members of the executive team.

As businesses move into the cloud, social networking, mobile computing and big data, CIO need to have skills in many disiplines. Some of the ones that are most in demand are:

- Finance
- Legal
- Enterprise Data Management
- Partner and Vendor Management
- Project Management
- IT Security and Compliance

At the same time the role of the CIO and CTO is changing as more enterprises more towards a "Value Added" role for the Information Technology function. Those changes are depicted in the detail job descriptions that have been created for all of the functions with IT -- especially for the CIO and CTO. The table below depicts several of those changes.

The job descriptions created by the executive consultants have taken these changes in role into consideration when the job descriptions for the CIO and CTO where updated. The Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer job description are both over 4 pages in length.

CSO

Chief Security Officer

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The primary objectives of the enterprise information security effort and the Chief Security Officer (CSO) are:

- Ensuring the confidentiality of sensitive information processed by, stored in, and moved through information systems and applications belonging to the enterprise. Examples of sensitive information processed by enterprise include personally identifiable information and other Privacy Act protected records; pre-release economic statistics; information provided by companies and individuals under the assumption of confidentiality; and pre-award contract financial information.

- Ensuring the integrity of the enterprise information such that decisions and actions taken based upon the data processed by, stored in, and moved through enterprise information systems can be made with the assurance that the information has not been manipulated, the information is not subject to repudiation, the source of the changes to information can be determined as best as possible.

- Ensuring the availability of the enterprise information systems and applications during routine operations and in crisis situations to support the enterprise Mission.

Chief Security Officers (CSOs) have many issues they must address when looking at overall security of the enterprise and the IT function. One of traditional ones is security monitoring. Security monitoring spans three areas of operations: monitoring operations (the running status); monitoring traffic (both in and out); and monitoring the results of use (keeping logs, statistics, and analysis). This encompasses monitoring physical hardware, server performance, services, and the network.

Issues with Security Monitoring:

- Determining what needs to be monitored
- No clear and holistic view of the data
- Too many - or too few - "agents" for the job
- Too many manual tasks
- Too much complexity and hidden costs
- Hodgepodge of low-end tools

The job descriptions created by Janco's executive consultants have taken these changes in role into consideration when the job description for the CSO was updated. The Chief Security Officer job description is over 4 pages in length.

CMO - CMoO
Chief Mobility Officer
Mobile computing and BYOD need to be leveraged and the Chief Mobility Officer is the one position whose total focus is that

he Chief Mobility Officer (CMoO) is responsible for overall direction of all mobility issues associated with Information Technology applications, communications (voice and data), and computing services within the enterprise. At the same time the CMoO must be aware of the implications of IT and industry mobility trends.

One of the reasons why a corporation would want to create an office of the chief mobility officer is to improve coordination of mobile initiatives. Without such a position, firms waste too much time and money as marketing goes after a mobile loyalty application, sales builds tablet application, the CFO implements mobile expense approvals, the CTO adds a new application in support of the new smart product line, and the head of Asia resellers builds a mobile dealer application.

A Chief Mobility Officer is needed to direct the development and revisions to policies and procedures for the general operation of the mobility initiatives and its related activities. Some of the responsibilities of this role include:

- Gaining visibility into the compliance of remote devices
- Managing network security and sensitive information
- Defining OS platforms and devices to support
- Setting mobile policies20
- Managing BYOD
- Resolving help desk incidents and problems
- Ensuring compliance and producing audit trails
- Supporting connectivity and Wi-Fi access
- Installing and updating software
- Approving applications available via the firm's application store
- Enforcing mobile policies
- Managing device security

CMoO job description defines the the position purpose, problem and challenges, the essential CMoO functions, principle accountabilities, contacts, and position requirements in four pages. The position description comes in MS WORD format and is easily modifiable.

Chief Information Officer - Chief Technology Officer

The chief information officer's (CIO) role, responsibilities and influence is growing in today's boardroom. And the CIOs job itself is expanding as well. The CIOs of the next decade face many challenges. The CIOs who will succeed will have a common set of skills.

- CIOs both visionary and pragmatic - It is not enough to plan for innovation, the CIO needs to be perceptive and realistic. As an insightful manager, a CIO promotes broad technology agenda to help the business profit from leading-edge initiatives. At the same time as a pragmatist, a CIO deals with the realities of the business. The pragmatist also facilitates the productivity of current IT solutions. The CIO focuses on minimizing cost and maximizing results, in addition the CIO helps to increase the customer and product/service base of the enterprise.

- CIOs focus on ROI improvement of IT - CIOs will find new ways to help customers and the organization profit from how data is used while focusing on managing budgets and processes to eliminate or reduce costs.

- CIOs inspire the enterprise and expand the business impact of IT – CIOs will have proven expertise in both business and technical facets of their role. CIOs will interact with the enterprise and its executive team as enterprise leaders and drive new business initiatives and shifts jointly the other members of the executive team.

As businesses move into the cloud, social networking, mobile computing and big data, CIO need to have skills in many disiplines. Some of the ones that are most in demand are:

- Finance
- Legal
- Enterprise Data Management
- Partner and Vendor Management
- Project Management
- IT Security and Compliance

At the same time the role of the CIO and CTO is changing as more enterprises more towards a "Value Added" role for the Information Technology function. Those changes are depicted in the detail job descriptions that have been created for all of the functions with IT -- especially for the CIO and CTO.

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