Director of Information Technology (Chief Information Officer)
NV Resourcing Limited
: $136,240.00 - $199,830.00 /year *
: Executive Management
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Add your resume and apply to jobs with your Glassdoor profile. Create Profile. Job. City Of Greenville invites applications for the position of:. Director of Information Technology (Chief Information Officer). The City of Greenville is seeking a dynamic and highly qualified individual to be its next Director of Information Technology. Greenville is North Carolina's tenth largest city (population 91,495) and a diverse community that is home to East Carolina University, one of the largest universities in the state. Greenville is one of the fastest growing large cities in the state and is also the major industrial and economic center for eastern North Carolina.. The purpose of this position is to oversee and direct the activities of the City's Information Technology Department and align IT objectives and programs to enterprise objectives and strategies. This is accomplished by creating and organizing technology strategies, designing and implementing policies and procedures for the department, developing and submitting plans and budgets to City management, reviewing and advising on IT related purchases, and negotiating vendor contracts.. The CIO will be proficient in establishing the IT services framework and IT security policies; visionary and pragmatic; and instill and display a sense of optimism, integrity, and teamwork.. Hiring salary range: $109,179.20-$136,427.20, depending on qualifications. Full salary range: $109,179.20-$163,716.80. A valid North Carolina driver's license or the ability to obtain within 30 days of hire and an acceptable driving record.. Must establish residency in city limits within six (6) months following completion of probationary period. Associated topics: agile, cloud, database architecture, etl, f#, hadoop, java, life cycle, machine learning, software development
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