A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
Chief Information Officer
City of Burbank, CA
Located in Los Angeles County, the City of Burbank is known as the “Media Capital of the World” as its strong entertainment base includes some of the biggest names in the business. With easy access to numerous transportation options, Burbank’s increasingly popular destination points attract more than 10 million visitors a year. With a team of 33 staff led by the CIO, the Information Technology Department supports all fifteen city departments. This opening presents a fantastic opportunity to make an incredible impact on an organization while enjoying extraordinary work-life balance!
The ideal candidate will be a forward-thinking leader known for producing outstanding results and managing projects successfully. He/she will possess an outstanding customer orientation along with superior communications and interpersonal skills. A history of effective people management will also be expected. A typical combination of education and/or experience would include at least seven (7) years of recent, progressively responsible, senior or executive level management experience in IT. A Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree desirable.
Salary goes up to $179,436 and is supplemented by an attractive benefits package. This recruitment will close on Sunday, December 3, 2017. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for detailed brochure and to apply online.
Teri Black · 424.296.3111
Bradley Wardle · 650.450.3299
TERI BLACK & COMPANY, LLC
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