Chief Technology Officer

The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) defines and executes the IT strategy across the enterprise. The CTO provides leadership to align staff, vendors, and systems to implement and maintain reliable, scalable IT infrastructure in support of the programs and services that deliver on SJRC Texas’s mission of providing healing, hope and home to children and families. The CTO has overall responsibility for the provision of customer-centric IT services and continuous quality improvement of systems in meeting changing business needs.


  • Serve as a member of the executive team, participating in development of the organization’s strategic planning and operational decisions
  • Develop and oversee implementation of IT strategies for effective deployment of technology
  • Procure IT contracts and evaluate contractor performance
  • Maintains knowledge of information technology trends and understands the value of new technology and proposes hardware and software solutions to accomplish the organization’s business objectives
  • Perform cost/benefit analyses to compare multiple approaches to solving complex problems
  • Act as a change agent and identify and address cultural barriers to effective utilization of technology
  • Ensure compliance with privacy and security requirements
  • Continuously strengthen security and privacy protections
  • Prepare annual IT budget and chair the IT Steering Committee
  • Decide on actions to take regarding change requests, routing contentious issues through appropriate committees or internal processes
  • Develop and maintain disaster recovery plan for technology functions
  • Champion integration of disparate data systems
  • Analyze data, and establish and maintain data-driven processes in support of operations
  • Manage IT projects
  • Supervise and mentor technicians and analysts to develop internal competencies, guide performance, development and engagement
  • Oversight of IT systems including servers, network, voice, data, computers and software
  • Drive systems improvements to improve implementation and utilization to increase operational efficiencies through automation
  • Other duties as assigned

• IT Department

  • Data Analysts

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $115,000.00 annually based on Education, Experience and Skill Set criteria described in above attached Job Description

COVID-19 considerations: Masks required.