DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
$11,460 - 15,059 monthly
$137,520 - $180,708 annually
The City of Morgan Hill is currently recruiting for the Director of Information Technology.
*Please note the Director of Information Technology position is pending approval at the June 5, 2019 City Council Meeting.
Under general supervision of the Chief of Police, the Director of Information Technology (IT) maintains a comprehensive information technology program and provides unifying leadership, strategic vision, and technical expertise in securing and supporting current and future City technologies. The Director of IT is also responsible for overseeing a team of IT technicians and programmers who are responsible for infrastructure support, applications development, desktop support, telecommunications, and information security.
This is a mid-management level classification that is responsible for the overall management, support, and strategic planning of technology services for the City. The Director of IT acts as the City's primary authority on information technology issues, and provides highly technical oversight and assistance to the IT team as necessary. The Director of IT is an important advisory member of the City's IT Management Committee and will possess a high degree of operational and strategic competence in current technologies and political awareness.
Successful performance in this class requires a combination of strong interpersonal, management, and technical skills to advance the Morgan Hill computing environment. The classification requires depth of expertise in a broad range of technical areas including desktops, servers, networks, and applications and an intrinsic desire to engage in the operational aspects of Information Technology.
APPLICATION and SELECTION PROCESS:
For more information and to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please apply on-line at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/morganhillca and submit the following items:
- A completed City of Morgan Hill employment application
- Responses to the supplemental questions
- Cover Letter
Please note only completed application packets will be reviewed. This position is open until filled.
First screening: Friday, June 14, 2019
Tentative Interviews: Week of June 24th
Tentative Start Date: Early September
Candidates must submit to and successfully pass a full, comprehensive Police background investigation, which requires a psychological and polygraph test, as required by the Morgan Hill Police Department.