Career Development Plan

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Career Development Plan Summary

In response to a directive by the County Manager this Career Development Plan is intended to provide information for employee development needed to fulfill five new job categories. The plan calls for an analysis of the new positions and to develop strategies to maximize employee diversity, team performance evaluation, health benefits and incentives, and cost savings training alternatives. The new job descriptions are intended to fulfill all technology needs and cover a wide variety of strengths in order to best serve county and public demands.

New Position Descriptions

Director of Information Technology (Salary Range $80,387 – $121,545)

As a key member of the Information Technology Department, this position is responsible for all aspects of the management of Technology and Research.

Major responsibilities include: Delivering technology and research services which enable and support all aspects of the Strategic Plan in a timely and cost effective manner.

Responsibilities:

Develops and maintains information technology strategies and plans. •Develops and maintains strategic relationships with County IT staff. •Ensures that all technology and research solutions (both internal and external) are delivered in a timely and cost effective manner. •Implements and supports technology infrastructure, including integrated data and voice networking. •Selects, develops, implements and supports new systems and technologies. •Conducts post implementation reviews to ensure benefits are achieved. •Hardware, software, applications support.

Staff and Budget Management.

Qualifications:

Bachelors Degree Computer Science, Management Information Systems or Business Administration; supplemented with courses in current technology. Masters Degree Preferred. •Ten years in Information Technology related business; with five years at the supervisory and/or project management level; also with organizations undergoing change. •Demonstrated ability to manage multiple complex projects simultaneously according to schedules and budgets. •Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships between staff, management, volunteers and vendors. •Demonstrated ability to maintain an in-depth, broad and current knowledge of technology and techniques. •Highly developed verbal and written communications.

Database Administrator (Salary Range $50,606 – $70,706)

The database administrator oversees the daily operation of the Smart Access Manager (SAM) database, which tracks patron finances, public computer use, and branch information.

This position will provide support to the library staff by assisting with the creation of reports, ensuring that Library Support Center (LSC) IT staff is trained in the proper use of the database, developing and implementing policies to guide data entry, and making sure that the database effectively captures patron information and generates accurate financial and analytical reports.

Responsibilities:

Manage and supervise data entry for patron records so that the processing, tracking, reporting and acknowledgement of fines are performed in accurate and timely fashion. •Responsible for ensuring the effectiveness of computing resources within the division, including software, hardware, and data security. •Provide on-call support for the SAM database.

Develop standards and policies for data entry, and ensure compliance.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years work experience in database management. •Proficiency in database administration, prospect and constituent management, data imports and exports, developing reports. •Must possess excellent analytical, organizational, and communication skills. •Must have a strong customer service orientation.

Must be able to organize and prioritize work, be proactive, take initiative, resolve problems, follow through, and simultaneously manage multiple...
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