Recruitment advisory committee
- MacKenzie Smith, chair, university librarian
- Lars Berglund, co-chair, director, Clinical and Translational Science Center; professor, School of Medicine; and senior associate dean for research
- Tom Andriola, chief information officer, UC Office of the President
- Linda Bisson, professor, Department of Viticulture and Enology
- Sonja Colbert, chief administrative officer, Office of the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
- Larry Conrad, chief information officer and vice chancellor for Information Technology, UC Berkeley
- Anthony Gil, undergraduate student, computer science
- Mike Hogarth, professor and vice chair, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- Carole Hom, academic coordinator, departments of Evolution and Ecology; Land, Air and Water Resources; and Molecular and Cell Biology
- Andy Jones, lecturer, University Writing Program
- Rob Kerner, IT manager, Department of Plant Sciences
- Elias Lopez, executive director of technology, and university registrar
- Steve Luck, professor, Department of Psychology, and director, Center for Mind and Brain
- Spencer McManus, undergraduate student, political science-public service, and chemistry
- Matthew Nesvet, graduate student, cultural anthropology
- Zack O’Donnell, service manager, Communications Resources
- Keith Sollers, graduate student, mathematics
Search for chief information officer (CIO)
The campus seeks nominations for a key leadership position: chief information officer (CIO).
The Chief Information Officer (CFO) is responsible for creating and supporting an innovative, robust and cost-effective information technology environment throughout the campus (including the Human Health System, located primarily in Sacramento), with services, programs, and infrastructure that enhance the ability of the UC Davis community to achieve excellence in teaching, research, public service, and patient treatment missions. The CIO will provide oversight and management for all aspects of information and telecommunication technologies, resources and program initiatives for UC Davis leveraging resources already being invested across the Davis and Sacramento campuses. The CIO will work in close collaboration with the UC Davis Health System Chief Information Officer and the University Librarian as well as with senior leaders to provide UC Davis with the vision and leadership to plan, develop, implement and support information systems, resources and services to advance its educational, scholarly research and administrative functions.
The incumbent in this position will report directly to the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor and will work in concert with senior administrative and academic leaders of UC Davis to provide strategy and policy leadership in creating world-class utilization of technology—essential for achieving the goals of the UC Davis Vision of Excellence; to ensure appropriate return on investment; and to assess progress towards university strategic goals and objectives.
Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications including cover letter and resume should be submitted electronically to this dedicated email address: UCDavisCIO@spencerstuart.com.