June 7, 2017
Nominations and applications accepted for chief information officer
Nominations and applications are now being accepted for Kansas State University's next chief information officer. This position serves as the university's senior information technology executive and leads and manages Information Technology Services, or ITS, the university's enterprise information technology organization.
As previously shared in K-State Today, ITS will report directly to the president with dotted-line reporting responsibility to the provost and senior vice president to facilitate a close working relationship with the university's academic community.
The search committee has met to discuss the search process, timeline, expectations of qualified candidates and position requirements. Roberta Maldonado Franzen, director for talent acquisition in Human Capital Services, is serving as an advisor to the committee and executive recruiter. More information about the search, including the job description, is available on the president's website. The position is expected to be filled by Sept. 1.