|SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER|
|Performs supervisory and advanced technical and supervisory work managing the development, administration, and operations of computer applications. Work is performed under general supervision of the Applications Development Division Manager and is reviewed through conferences, reports submitted and evaluation of results achieved, and client feedback.|
|Manages and schedules the development of new and revised computer systems and programs.
Attends meetings with clients to clarify program intent, indicate problems, recommend changes and determine the extent and number of programs and techniques to be used.
Keeps abreast of new developments in system design and new methods of systems analysis.
|Thorough knowledge of systems analysis and information system concepts, techniques, and operating principles.
Knowledge of the capabilities, limitations, and uses of available computer and peripheral equipment.
Knowledge of systems development and computer programming techniques.
Knowledge of relevant business, accounting, and record keeping practices.
Ability to ascertain facts through testing and observation, analyze methods and procedures, and test system segments to determine requirement adequacy.
Ability to maintain records and prepare clear and concise reports and recommendations in systems.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to supervise and coordinate systems development work.
Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
Ability to project and manage the resources needed and cost of systems development.
|Bachelor degree with major course work in computer science, information systems, math, business administration, or related field with three (3) years experience in systems analysis and programming including two (2) years supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. CCP desired.
Must pass police background investigation that includes a polygraph if work involves PD, HR, or other sensitive area.