Monterey County Office Of Education - Chief Technology Officer
Monterey County Office Of Education
September 10, 2018
$585.70 - $747.51/Day
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
Under the direction of the Deputy Superintendent, the Chief Technology Officer is responsible both for ensuring a comprehensive state-of-the-art technology and information services infrastructure that effectively manages a centralized and fully-integrated technology system, and for the establishment and formalization of organizational process control systems focused on continual service improvement and the achievement of operational excellence. This position is responsible for both immediate and long range strategic information systems requirements, operating core information technology resources and services and managing the centralized aspects of those resources necessary to support the business and educational mission and priorities of the County Office of Education. This includes long-term planning and delivery of services in the area of information systems, software applications, data center operations, telecommunications and broadcast systems, Media Center operations, and comprehensive client support and services. In addition, the Chief Technology Officer is responsible for ensuring that educational technology services needed for 21st Century classroom instruction is provided to school districts and Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE) educational programs. Serves as a member of the Superintendent’s cabinet.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, computer science, public administration, or closely related field from an accredited college or university
Minimum of ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience in information technology, preferably in public education
Minimum of six (6) years of experience in the management of technology services, preferably at the director level
Principles and practices of budget development and administration
Principals, practices, and techniques for the operation of both microcomputer and large-scale, high volume data processing operations providing complex services to users
Principles and practices of personnel management
Principles and methods for establishing goals, objectives and implementation plans to accomplish information technology solutions for identified needs
Role of information and educational technology in an educational agency
Emerging technologies and best practices
Business process documentation, re-engineering and improvement
Educational technology facilities and equipment, including sources of funding for educational grants and related technology functions for educational agencies
Current technologies involving Local and Wide-Area Networks, server systems, virtualization, cloud computing, computer operating systems, object oriented programming languages and techniques, database system, hardware, and software programs and applications
Accepted strategies and practices of administration, supervision and training
Information technology management best practice frameworks (ITIL, COBIT, etc.)
Project management practices, techniques, systems and disciplines
Effective techniques for assessing and analyzing user needs and recommending hardware and software solutions
Statutes and regulations pertaining to the deployment and use of technology in an educational environment
Master’s degree in a relevant field
County Office of Education experience
Bilingual/Biliterate in Spanish
About Monterey County Office Of Education
The Monterey County Office of Education provides the leadership, support and service excellence needed to prepare the diverse students of Monterey County for success in each step of their educational journey.
Every student’s educational experience will prepare them for success as productive and contributing members of our global society.
We are accountable in all we do, always operating in a transparent manner, building and upholding the public’s trust.
We promote a collaborative culture that empowers organizational synergies and strong partnerships.
We are committed to leadership that cultivates innovative ideas that result in effective systems and increased capacity.
We value and promote diversity, respecting different perspectives, cultures, and experiences to better serve our communities.
We foster a culture of equity to provide opportunities for everyone to perform at the highest levels of achievement.