Annual Salary: $94,827 - $115,336
Maintains, monitors and recommends information technology strategies and is responsible for planning, organizing, and managing all the information technology activities of the District. Manages staff and consultants to ensure all technology systems are maintained and fully operational
A typical qualified entrance background: is 6 to 8 years of related IT experience; Bachelor’s degree, with a concentration in computer systems is preferred; and networking certifications demonstrating competence in the field. Valid California motor vehicle operator’s license with a satisfactory driving record to maintain insurability.
Full job description and benefit information available on website. Classic CalPERS Members - 2%@60; employee pays 7% Employee Contribution. New CalPERS Members – 2%@62; employee pays 6.75% Employee Contribution. No Social Security deductions.
Qualified individuals must submit a District application and resume to Solano Irrigation District, Attn: HR Department, 810 Vaca Valley Parkway, Suite 201, Vacaville CA 95688. Application and related information available at www.sidwater.org. Final filing date: July 16, 2020. EOE.
Examples of Duties
These duties specified are representative of the range of duties assigned to this position and are not intended to be an inclusive list.
- Communicate job expectations; plan, monitor, and appraise job results; coaching, counseling, praising and disciplining direct reports; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures.
- Delegate project tasks based on staff members’ individual strengths, skill sets and experience levels.
- Establish and execute plans for improved business functions through technological advances.
- Interact and communicate with District staff to gain insight on goals, strategies, practices and user projects.
- Forecast needs and associated costs, prepare the annual IT Department budget, schedule expenditures, analyze variances and initiate corrective action.
- Develop comprehensive project plans and present to District management.
- Create and maintain comprehensive IT project documentation.
- Develop, implement, manage and modify an IT asset management program, to include but is not limited to providing at least a ten year projection of IT asset needs and estimated costs.
- Develop, implement, manage and modify a detailed listing of IT projects to include but not limited to: the cost of the project, how the project integrates with other IT assets, the risk associated with implementing or not implementing the project.
- Prepare, implement, and evaluate IT Policies and Procedures, to include but not limited to information back-ups, staff activities, hardware and software implementations, and standards for risk assessment.
- Recommend and manage consulting IT professionals.
- Secure information systems by developing system access, monitoring, control, and evaluation; establish and test disaster recovery policies and procedures; complete back-ups; maintain documentation.
- Oversees the renewal of all contracts, services, warranties, etc. and maintains the renewal schedule.
- Create and maintain mutually beneficial business relationships with outside vendors and consultants
- Purchases all District IT related hardware, software, licenses and subscriptions from sources following District purchasing protocols.
- Evaluate new technologies and make recommendations for implementation.
- Prepares users by designing and conducting training programs; providing references and support.
- Perform other duties as assigned.