We are customer focused and strive to be responsible, reliable, thorough, and committed in the service we provide.
We are knowledgeable, accountable, courteous, and courageous. We define what it is to be an ideal IT Professional through our integrity, open mind, and ethical actions.
We are transparent, communicative, and supportive of our fellow employees. We are ethical, visionary, and work for the good of one another, the organization and its people.
We are creative and progressive in developing and providing solutions to faculty, staff, students and community.
We believe in a safe working environment that is healthy, inclusive, and supportive. We believe in diversity and fun.
We work to be the best we can be. We seek out, employ, encourage, and maintain talented employees and empower them to carry out exceptional activities within OIT.
The Office of Information Technology is a stellar example of how to embrace everyone's talents and skills, while allowing its employees to shine in their own unique way.- Kate Miller, Access and Usability Manager
I'm passionate about being part of an organization that recognizes and values the importance of culture and the positive effect it has on the workplace.- Bob Schell, Director, Research and Shared Services
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) officially formed in March of 2014 with the vision of becoming the primary organization that university constituents utilize to solve their information technology challenges. To meet this vision, it was clear that a culture that put our constituents at the center of our service offering was necessary. OIT began working to build a culture of SPLICE through our focus on TEAM - Trust, Empower, Appreciate, and Motivate. In July of 2018, we launched a cohesive culture initiative targeting continued development, engagement, and alignment with our SPLICE values.
Our culture of SPLICE includes creating a workplace in which everyone feels a sense of belonging. Our Culture Engagement Team has led the effort to ensure employees feel heard and valued. Employee engagement is further driven through our internal recognition program where employees can appreciate one another publicly, while linking it back to our SPLICE values. We continue to make significant investments in leadership and management training for our directors, managers, and individual contributors to ensure we are not only reinforcing our values through the organization, but living them as well.
Want to find out more information about OIT Culture?
Contact Amy Dahlbach: firstname.lastname@example.org