Barnstable Police Department is looking for a qualified candidate for Information Technology Systems Director.
Information Systems Director, Police Department: 21-02-36 – 51182
Performs professional managerial, supervisory and highly technical work in planning, administering, developing and coordinating the Barnstable Police Department’s (BPD)’s information systems infrastructure; develops, plans and implements integrated information systems standards and platforms; prepares and administers budgets; analyzes, recommends, plans for and implements systems improvements for BPD’s operating business processes; performs other related work as required. Bachelor’s degree in computer science, public or business administration or a related field, Master’s degree preferred; and ten years’ experience in managing diverse multi-tiered information systems, application development and systems conversion projects and information systems planning; three of which have been in a supervisory capacity; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Three or more years of public sector IS experience is desirable and similarly police IS experience is highly desirable. Must have and maintain a thorough knowledge of multi-tiered information systems, technologies and standards generally and as used by the BPD , related architectures, standards, training requirements, implementation practices and use; must develop and maintain a good working knowledge of the BPD’s organizations, their operations, procedures, information requirements and interdependencies. Must have a strong knowledge of geographic information systems, related technologies, and functions; how they are used to produce and present information and assist in municipal decision making and operations. A strong knowledge of computer systems and application development methodologies and tools is required. Abilities required include: the management of multiple concurrent complex projects under constant pressure, to plan and evaluate hardware and software options within immediate and broadly considered contexts, to prepare and manage budgets and to apply a considerable knowledge of IS components, standards and practices accurately and clearly explain IT issues, their ramifications and implementation status to others, particularly non-technical people. Must be skilled in preparing and implementing cohesive and practical information systems plans; communicating effectively orally, in presentations and in writing; in supervising people and projects, and as a financial director. Proficiency in the use of computers including word processing, spreadsheets and database. $1,935.27 weekly + benefits. Open to Town of Barnstable Employees through 3/15/21 and to the Public through 3/23/21.
Please apply online at www.townofbarnstable.us under employment.