TOWN OF FALMOUTH, IT DIRECTOR
The Town of Falmouth, population 30,000 (100,000 during tourist season), is currently accepting applications for an IT Director. The Information Technology Dept. is a full service department supporting all town departments (except schools) and all information systems including hardware (400 PCs,) networks (16 buildings), peripherals, software applications, and telephone. This key management position is responsible for providing leadership, vision, and hands on technical expertise to the Town of Falmouth operations in the area of Information Technology. Plans, organizes, and directs the IT Department to deliver effective information systems to support town operations. Scope of responsibilities includes maintaining and upgrading existing systems; improving utilization of existing applications through staff training and support; assessing unmet information system needs and delivering solutions to meet said needs.
Bachelors Degree in computer science, accounting, business or a related field; Master’s Degree preferred; seven years of progressively responsible experience in information technology environment of similar scope; at least one year of significant supervisory experience. The salary range for this position is up to $106,433 DOQ and a competitive benefit package. Interested candidates, please submit application, resume and cover letter by November 2, 2017 Full job description, employment application and instructions for applying can be found at www.falmouthmass.us The Town of Falmouth is proud to be an EEO/AA employer.
In a profession as ever-changing as IT, professional development is a necessity. MGISA is an association of MA local government information technology professionals. Its purpose is to assist its members in sharing experiences and ideas and in undertaking cooperative efforts intended to achieve the association’s goal of improving the effectiveness of local government information systems.
MGISA offers educational events that meet the needs of all municipal IT professionals. From face-to-face meetings to online resources, MGISA is committed to providing its members with the resources they need to keep their professional skills and knowledge up-to-date.
MGISA membership signifys that you are:
- Dedicated to best practices and successful results
- Committed to professional growth and advancement
- Helping to advance your profession
- A seeker of professional knowledge and a problem solver
- Serious about continuing education
- Connected with a highly regarded organization
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Attending MGISA events will allow you to make valuable connections with peers, share knowledge and discover new opportunities in your profession. Meetings generally cover a specific topic and often include demonstrations by vendors.
Meetings are held quarterly.
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MGISA professional members include IT and information systems professionals covering a range of titles and disciplines.
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