Information Technology Supervisor

Full-time
City of Stockton
Until Filled

Monthly Salary: $6,980.61 - $8,961.46

Includes Competitive Benefits Package

The Department of Information Technology is recruiting for an Information Technology Supervisor – Security & Systems Architect. This position is accountable for the archi¬tectural leadership, facilitation, analysis, and design tasks required to ensure that assigned information systems at the City are evolving appropriately; and ensuring that underlying infrastructure supports current needs are evolving to meet changing application requirements.  The incumbent will be responsible for the documentation of current and future state, roadmaps, and transition plans that support system initiatives; leading the analysis of the current technology environment to detect critical deficiencies and recommend solutions for improvement; and leading the analysis of the technology industry and market trends to determine their potential impact on the assigned discipline.

Minimum Qualifications:  Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in computer science, mathematics, business, or public administration, or a closely related field; and two (2) years of lead or supervisory experience which has included responsibilities in one or more of the areas outlined above. 

OR

Possession of an Associates of Arts degree or completion of sixty semester units or equivalent quarter hours from an accredited college or university with major course work in computer science, mathematics, business, or public administration, or a closely related field; four (4) years of lead or supervisory experience which has included responsibilities in one or more of the areas outlined above.

Final Filing Date:       Open Until Filled

For a full job description and on-line application, please go to www.stocktonca.gov/jobs 

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