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University of Northern British Columbia Chief Information Officer

Summary: University of Northern British Columbia
Chief Information Officer
The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) aspires to be Canada's premier small,
research-intensive university, with internationally recognized academic and research programs
that prepare its graduates in select areas of relevance to the region, province, and beyond. The
University has garnered significant recognition for its successes, including being ranked third in the
primarily undergraduate category in the annual Maclean's Magazine survey, best small university in
western Canada and most recently tying for first place with Harvard for the best campus
sustainability project in North America.
The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is the principal technology leader for the university with overall
responsibility for the vision and leadership of the information technology (IT) strategy. Reporting
to the Provost and Vice President of Administration and Finance, the CIO will oversee the delivery
of all technology services supporting administrative, academic and research functions. The CIO will
lead an organization of approximately 50 staff and manage an annual budget approaching $8
million. While most IT services are centralized, the CIO will work in close collaboration with
leadership and senior administration to understand client needs and deliver solutions that meet the
needs of the stakeholders. He/she will ensure that technology talent is appropriately structured to
deliver services in an efficient and effective manner across the organization.
A key priority will be to continue to enhance the service orientation of the organization and to fulfill
its mission to provide products and services that faculty, students, and administrative departments


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