Chief Data Officer

IT
Full-time
County of Santa Barbara, CA
2/04/2022
apply@peckhamandmckenney.com
8669121919


Chief Data Officer
County of Santa Barbara, California


Located on a 122 mile stretch of California’s central coastline, the County of Santa Barbara is a mix of urban, suburban and rural landscapes with a strong economic base in both technology and agriculture. The County is well-known for its world class beaches, mild climate, scenic mountains and numerous parks. This mix of the best of California’s environments makes for plentiful cultural and recreational activities year-round including hiking, water sports, visiting historical landmarks, fine dining and wine tasting to name a few.  The Chief Data Officer will oversee a wide range of data-related functions to define, develop, build and sustain enterprise data, governance, quality and availability.  As a newly created position and function within a new division, the Chief Data Officer is specifically responsible for evaluating the County’s data needs; visioning the use and application of data; developing policy; and collaboratively working with County leadership in all departments to implement and apply programs for data driven decisions.  Five (5) to 7 years of progressively responsible experience and leadership in data management, creating partnerships, implementing data governance, and developing strategy/policies/procedures, and a Bachelor’s degree are required. The annual salary range of the position is $127,736 to $187,428, and the County provides an excellent benefit package.

To apply for this exciting career opportunity, please visit our website at:

Peckham & McKenney
www.peckhamandmckenney.com

Resumes are acknowledged within two business days.  Call Tony Dahlerbruch at (866) 912-1919 for more information. A detailed brochure is available at www.peckhamandmckenney.com.

Filing deadline is February 4, 2022.



 

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