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The County of San Luis Obispo (SLO), Information Technology Department, is looking for an experienced Information Technology Supervisor to oversee the County’s centralized network team. The Network Supervisor will be a key contributor and supervise a team that oversees the County’s enterprise network and telephony services across multiple locations throughout the County. We are looking for a seasoned leader and network practitioner to successfully lead others, strive to exceed client expectations, inspire and develop staff, and successfully manage a team budget and resources.
This position is within the Infrastructure Division and supervises the network team made up of seven employees. The network team manages all the data networking and telephony services across the County, which includes 150+ remote sites and provides connectivity to over 3,000 county employees and more than 5,000 network endpoint devices. The County WAN encompasses over 250 miles of private fiber, in addition to carrier-provided switched ethernet and leased data circuits to county facilities and external partner agencies.
This position requires the supervisor be a seasoned network engineer able to advise and support our network team staff and customers; however this position is supervisory and only occasionally provides hands-on technical support. The network team is comprised of a senior network engineer, four journey-level network engineers, a telephony coordinator and a network hardware specialist.
The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have several years of networking experience, is a seasoned leader with supervisory experience, and adept at managing priorities, inspiring and driving a team, managing resources, monitoring and managing a budget of approximately $2.5 million, and developing, hiring, training and managing the performance of employees. You will also be a strategic forward thinker, leverage emerging technology to meet client’s needs, and successfully partner with other technical teams both within and outside the department.
Should have knowledge of and experience with:
And will have:
Salary: $94,452 – 114,795 annually; depending on experience/qualifications
Benefits: The annual salary is supplemented by a generous benefit package which includes:
Additional detail regarding benefits can be found here: http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/Departments/Human-Resources/Forms-Documents/BenefitS/Benefits-At-A-Glance-by-Bargaining-Unit/Bargaining-Unit-07-Operations-and-Staff-Management.aspx
HOW TO APPLY
This is an open continuous recruitment, however for first consideration apply by September 12, 2017 by submitting your cover letter and resume to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/slocountyca The application process should only take 15 minutes to complete.
Please contact your recruiter Wendi Brown with any questions:
The County of SLO is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
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