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The City of Santa Maria’s Information Technology (IT) Division seeks two Network Engineer/Supervisor professionals (i.e., Senior Systems Analyst job classification) to join its Information Technology team. Both positions will serve as IT technical leads, and will supervise other IT System Analysts. These two positions will collectively maintain and lead the design and architect of the City’s wide area network (WAN), and oversee public safety and City technology systems and services from an enterprise, co-location and regional perspective that could extend outside the City. Additionally, these positions will be responsible for network systems, systems architecture, systems administration, hardware/software applications, cyber security, and data communication systems. Ideal candidates will have a wide breadth of knowledge across information technologies and trends to ensure the City is positioned for the future. The City is looking for innovative, customer-service focused self-starters who can lead complex technology projects from start to end and effectively communicate with diverse groups across the organization, including end users and management.
For more information and complete job description please see: https://wbrowncreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Network-Engineer-Supervisor-City-of-Santa-Maria-r17-FINALsm.pdf
These are public service positions that report to the Manager of Information Technology. The positions have similar responsibilities, however they may support different business areas as directed by the Manager of Information Technology; business areas are interchangeable depending on the needs of the organization. One or both positions will oversee centralized, enterprise wide network systems, and support several other external partners and customers. One or both positions will oversee network support for public safety (police and fire services), which includes computer aided dispatch and records management systems, 911 emergency communications, digital evidence storage, camera surveillance systems, body worn cameras, in-car video systems, and public safety dispatch center systems. Both positions will serve as IT technical leads, and will supervise other IT system analysts. These two positions will collectively maintain and lead the design and architect of the City’s WAN, and oversee public safety and City technology systems and services from an enterprise, co-location and regional perspective that could extend outside the City. These positions will be responsible for network systems, systems architecture, systems administration, hardware/software applications, cyber security, and data communication systems. Watch this video https://www.amazon.com/photos/share/ELy7d58v6a2X1BmpivYhfXCaunFCwKbJI6D8UrKDVM9
to learn more about the City of Santa Maria’s communications and technology
THE IDEAL CANDIDATES:
Additionally, Ideal candidates will…
Technical / Operational Acumen
Experience in a public sector setting and familiarity working in a union environment is preferable, along with:
Salary and Benefits
The annual salary range for both positions is: Salary: $101,275 – $123,100 Annually DOE/DOQ; plus, an additional 5% for a Master’s degree. The City also offers an excellent benefits package, including a car allowance, retirement, health insurance, generous paid vacation, paid holidays and more!
HOW TO APPLY
This is an open continuous recruitment; however, for first consideration apply by January 8th by completing an application and submitting your cover letter and resume to: https://wbcp.applicantpool.com/jobs/194393.html
Please contact your recruiter Wendi Brown with any questions:
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The City of Santa Maria is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
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