As part of the city's technology staff, the Information Service Director/Network Coordinator (ISD/NC) is responsible for administering and maintaining the City's computer network, telephone system and overall technology efforts: coordinates the purchase of data processing, network and telecommunications hardware and software; troubleshoots hardware, software and data processing and network problems; assists City departments in evaluating technology needs, hardware and software packages; coordinates or conducts training for the City staff; assists City departments in purchasing equipment, and implementing systems, including web development and integration; support technology infrastructure, telecommunications, hardware and software of all city departments; assistance in the analysis and evaluation of vendor-supplied products and services in accordance with the city's requirements and specifications; assist in or coordinates the acquisition, installation and application of vendor products and services. The Information Services Director/Network Coordinator (ISD/NC) oversees network administration activities for the City, Police and Fire. The Information Service Director/Network Coordinator reports to the Safety Service Director.
Essential Job Functions
Non-essential Job Functions
Education and Experience:
Associate's degree or higher in Information Systems, Computer Science or other related fields and at least 2 years’ experience in a related field, or any equivalent combination of experience, certifications, and training which provides the skill set necessary.
Preferred Experience with: Microsoft Network Environments including Active Directory, Exchange, MS SQL, Windows Update, Windows Desktop and Server Operating Systems and MS Office applications; Web Design & Maintenance.
Helpful Experience with: OnBase, GIS, VoIP, Scripting Languages
Combination of training, and experience that will indicate possession of the skills, knowledge and abilities to perform major computer/network system upgrades; communicate effectively to City staff and general public; understand and follow complex oral and written instructions; communicate effectively both in oral and written forms; prepare routine reports of work accomplished and follow priorities.
Supervisory / Management / Leadership experience desired.
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