What does a Student Support Manager do?
IT support managers serve in director level roles overseeing the day-to-day operations of an IT support department. They lead a team of IT professionals, which may include developers, programmers, and support desk staff. They select, implement, and oversee the systems and equipment used by the department, including ticketing programs and any automated self-service tools. They establish and enforce department policies, guidelines, and user support standards. They are also accountable for implementing and overseeing an information security program with sufficient safeguards and protocols to keep data secure. They take a lead role in driving strategic planning and directing major initiatives.
IT support managers typically have a bachelor’s degree in a computer science field, and a background in IT roles, including positions with supervisory responsibilities. They must have strong leadership skills and good project management abilities.
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