|DEPUTY CHIEF INFORMATION OFFCR|
|Responsible for the management of the physical and personnel technology infrastructure for the City. Oversees the development of enterprise standards and technology architecture, technology evaluation and transfer, and the IT governance process. Manages customer relationships to ensure that service objective expectations are developed and managed. Overall responsibility for developing the competencies of IT professionals, technology purchases and implementations. Work is performed under the direction of the Chief Information Officer and performance is reviewed through conferences, reports and results obtained.|
|Participates in regional planning to promote the development of Information Technology as an economic development tool.
Design an information technology infrastructure that enhances the economic viability of City operations.
Performs investment analysis, capital investment planning and budgeting for all IT investments.
Develop, implement and promote technology strategies, policies, procedures and standards to ensure enterprise interoperability in a cost effective manner.
Align information technology goals and objectives with the City's Mission, Vision and strategies.
Oversee strategic IT planning, ensure overall efficiency and effectiveness of IT operations and ensure the management of IT service providers.
Identify and leverage core competencies and develop outsourcing strategies.
Manager critical enterprise IT implementations, over see enterprise IT disaster, continuity business planning and identify and sponsor enterprise wide IT training programs.
Investigate and make technology recommendations to all enterprise departments/offices that create enterprise efficiencies and improve the provision of government services.
|Extensive knowledge of methods, procedures and equipment employed in information technology.
Extensive knowledge of supervisory and management techniques.
Considerable knowledge of computer technology, systems analysis, programming techniques, languages, operations, and data base.
Considerable knowledge of project management techniques.
Ability to plan, organize, schedule, assign, and supervise.
Ability to promote information technology strategies for the benefit of the enterprise, the City, and the region.
Ability to analyze problems, draw sound conclusions and discern feasible recommendations.
Ability to prepare administrative and technical reports and papers.
Ability to establish efficient standards and procedures for assigned projects.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, department directors, officials, and others.
|Bachelor's Degree in Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Public Administration or related field; plus four (4) or more years progressively responsible information system experience, three of which must have been in a senior administrative/management capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Consideration will be given for certification as they relate to technology management.
REVISIONS: 2/11/92 - AL
5/30/96 (note added)
6/17/02 - VCJ - added notes and ch exp from 5 yrs to 4 or more as a result of the pay plan.