Director of ICT

Director of ICT
May 28, 2018 Position Vacant

Full time Permanent


Oakhill College is seeking to appoint a significantly experienced and highly skilled professional to the role of Director of ICT. The successful applicant will assist in the overall ICT management of the College and liaise with members of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and senior staff in the delivery and maintenance of ICT services, infrastructure and application solutions. The successful applicant will have knowledge of current developments and best practice in the use of learning technologies to enhance the teaching and learning at our College.

Key responsibilities:

  • Facilitate and develop an ICT plan in consultation with the Senior Leadership Team;
  • Lead a culture in which quality service is delivered to all staff, students and management;
  • Assume responsibility for ICT strategic planning, leadership and management;
  • Improve operating quality and efficiency of the ICT Department;
  • Devise and develop ICT policies and procedures;
  • Implement and manage the College’s ICT infrastructure and systems within approved budget and allocation;
  • Manage a team of ICT services staff including work flow, professional development and performance reviews;
  • As Chief Information Officer implement, manage and monitor the College ISMS.

The successful applicant will:

  • Demonstrate a clear understanding and commitment to the Mission of the Catholic School;
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and industry qualifications with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a leadership role;
  • Demonstrate strategic capability in ICT;
  • Project Management experience;
  • Familiarisation with innovative and emerging strategies and technologies such as Cloud, Portals, BYOD, Videoconferencing, A/V and Multimedia etc.;
  • Excellent knowledge and previous working experience in developing and implementing ICT strategies.

Oakhill College offers staff a dynamic, collaborative and supportive environment. With an emphasis on community, pastoral care, development and academic excellence.

Child Protection Legislation requires preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening.

Applications close 12 June at 9:00am

Application Process

Applications must be made using the “Apply Now” button below.

The application must include a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, and details of two referees.