The County of Marin, California seeks an Assistant Director, Information Services and Technology Department to serve as an important member of the Department’s Senior Leadership Team. The Information Services and Technology (IST) Department has 96 budgeted full-time positions and operates on an annual budget of $27 million, with additional funding for technology projects. This at-will executive level position reports to the Chief Information Officer and will oversee, manage, and lead a division within IST that delivers technology solutions and services. The ideal candidate will focus primarily on the overall enterprise strategy for both the short- and long-term technology needs on a County-wide basis. Blending forward-thinking skills with the ability to lead day-to-day activities and operations are skills sought in this position and will be extremely vital in this role.
Requires equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a field related to the work and 6 years of professional experience in information systems including at least 3 years at a supervisory level. Specific experience with the following platforms, technologies, and software will be beneficial: GIS and data systems and services; enterprise resource planning systems; integrated criminal justice systems; digital government solutions including websites, online payments, electronic signatures, and digital forms; digital solutions for local government services including community development and public works, administration, elections, health and human services, public safety, and community services; new and emerging technologies such as AI, machine learning, MLL, blockchain, AR/VR; low code and no code development; and cloud-based infrastructure and applications.
The salary range for this position is $160,264 to $194,771 annually, DOQ. The County also offers an attractive benefits package, including MCERA Retirement.
Importantly, the IST Department embraces a hybrid work schedule that considers that some duties of this position may be performed remotely and telework options are available; however, the successful candidate must be able to report to County facilities for various meetings and work assignments upon short notice, as needed and deemed appropriate.