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Sr. Manager of AV Operations

Title of Job: Sr. Manager of AV Operations
Role LocationOkta Headquarters (San Francisco, CA) 
Reports to: Sr. Director of Workplace Technologies 

Position Description: The Sr. Manager of AV Operations will head up operations and technical support for Okta’s Workplace Technologies stack.  We are looking for proven operations leader to help us scale our systems and support as we grow, focusing on Zoom (Rooms, Video Conferencing, & Phone), digital signage, training & event spaces, printing, wayfinding, agile desking, and innovating on the employee workplace experience.  In addition to scaling our support, this leader will be responsible for defining SLAssetting metrics to measure our performance, maturing existing support processes, and aligning resources to support our employees and offices around the globe.  Our team is looking to innovate on the workplace technology experience, and this role is a great opportunity for an operations leader with AV/UC experience and a passion for innovation, IOT, and smart workplaces.  This role is a senior level position on the Workplace Technologies Team, and this leader will also be involved in setting strategy. 

Job Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Manage a distributed team of AV/UC and workplace technology support resources as well as contract and vendor resources 
  • Hire, onboard, and train new workplace technology support resources, setting a high bar for technical support and customer service excellence 
  • Oversee vendor maintenance agreements for workplace technologies hardware 
  • Build out a formal service catalog, defining offerings, setting SLAs, identifying KPIs, and using data to measure and improve performance 
  • Oversee troubleshooting and resolution of issues globally with Zoom, Teem, Ring Central, JAMF, Envoy, digital signage, and other workplace technologies.  Ensure root causes are identified, documented, and that the team proactively works to prevent repeat issues. 
  • Partner closely with Workplace Technologies Engineering to scale our systems and automate support. 
  • Manage system/hardware life-cycle, updates/refreshes, and schedule preventative maintenance. 
  • Partner with IT and the Workplace Technologies team to coordinate support across all offices. 
  • Document processes and support, and cross train local IT resources when necessary 
  • Participate in budget planning, forecasting spend, and manage procurement activities for Workplace Technology Operations.  

Minimum REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

  • Strong IT operations management experience, preferably including AV/UC and other corporate technologies, for a med-large company with a global presence. 
  • 3+ years experience managing and developing people, including distributed teams. 
  • 5+ years previous experience in a technical IC role (preferably as an AV/UC Engineer, network engineer, or systems engineer) 
  • Experience with budget planning, managing spend to budget, and procurement processes. 
  • Experience with managing Zoom is a plus. 
  • Demonstrated experience with setting KPIs and measuring service/support performance. 
  • Experience implementing system monitoring and alerting across systems.  
  • Experience training teams in how to perform root cause analysis and proactively drive service (and engineering) improvements. 
  • Sense of humor, technical curiosity, strong sense of ownership, and passionate about delivering an amazing employee technology experience. 

 

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