JOB SUMMARY: To plan, implement, coordinate and administer the District’s information systems resources and infrastructure; to manage all aspects of the programs’ structures and designs for effective use; and to provide strategic planning, project management, implementation and support for technology infrastructure and projects throughout the District.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:Receives administrative direction from the Chief Financial Officer. Exercises technical and functional supervision over assigned technical personnel.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.
Develop and implement District’s information systems and technology goals, objectives, policies and procedures.
Collaborate with District departments to implement information systems technologies and processes to improve operational efficiency.
Prepare and monitor information systems-related budget items as related to staffing, equipment, software licensing/maintenance, materials and supplies.
Direct, oversee and participate in the development of the information systems and technology work plan; assign activities, projects and programs, monitor work flow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures - both of assigned staff and/or outside consultants.
Manage the District’s technology infrastructure; including servers, workstations, printers, network equipment, telecommunications equipment and audio-visual equipment.
Manage all aspects of the District’s network and technology security systems, including firewalls and other cyber security systems.
Administer the District’s email system and website system.
Administer the District’s enterprise software systems, to include: continuous improvement, license management, negotiation and purchase, and end user support and training.
Evaluate current District technology and databases; evaluate and recommend software and hardware acquisition.
Serve as a technical resource to District departments, including providing assistance and training in the proper use of information technology and information systems.
Prepare requests for proposals; negotiate and administer professional services and maintenance contracts and oversee the work of contract staff.
Conduct studies, analyze data, make recommendations and prepare reports and presentations on a variety of subjects.
Supervise assigned staff or contracted information technology consultants.
Maintain regular attendance and adhere to prescribed work schedule to conduct job responsibilities.
Establish, maintain and foster positive and effective working relationships with co-workers and all others contacted in the performance of assigned duties.
Utilize appropriate safety procedures and practices for assigned duties.
Work safely and cooperatively with others.
Visit our website for details. Submit a Job Application, Written Supplemental Exercise, and Resume in order to be considered. Deadline to Apply is 5/3/19.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING REQUIREMENT
Education and Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and experience which would likely provide the necessary knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in computer science, information systems management, business administration or a related field.
Experience: Five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in the administration or management of an information systems operation.
Additional Salary Information: TCPUD offers a competitive benefit package. Visit our website for more information.
About Tahoe City Public Utility District
The Tahoe City Public Utility District was founded in 1938 to provide some of the governmental needs of the residents of Tahoe City. It is the oldest local government in the Tahoe Basin and was formed initially to provide public water service to the local community. Established under the State of California's Public Utility District Act, the founders of the District chose a form of government that could provide multiple types of services.
Sewer collection, parks facilities, and recreation services are provided for the entire area of the District. Water service is provided in five separate systems and serves approximately half of the homes and businesses in the District.
The boundaries of the District lie within both Placer and El Dorado Counties, extending from Emerald Bay to Dollar Hill, and along the Truckee River to the Nevada County line. The service area is very large, encompassing over 31 square miles.