IT DeveloperCompany: Town of Addison, Texas
Addison, Texas, is seeking an IT Developer. The Town of Addison has a population of 15,830 and is located just 13 miles north of downtown Dallas. The Addison IT Department is comprised of seven employees and has an annual operating budget of over $1,695,990.
The successful candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related field. The candidate should have significant knowledge of complex database concepts and demonstrated work experience with more than one relational database management system. Experience in design, development, testing and deployment of web applications and user interfaces using Java, HTML, HTML5, XML, MySQL, SQL, Web Services and .NET technology is required.
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Category:Engineer / Technical
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Deputy Director, Telecommunications Policy and StrategyCompany: The Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT), City of New York
DoITT provides for the sustained, efficient and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to New York City's residents, businesses, employees and visitors. As the City's technology leader, DoITT is responsible for maintaining the foundational IT infrastructure and systems that touch every aspect of City life from public safety to human services, from education to economic development crossing the full spectrum of governmental operations.
Assist with managing, developing and implementing telecommunications procurement policy and long-term strategy;
Manage vendor selection pursuant to the outstanding RFP;
Administer and oversee the City's telecommunications contracts;
Conduct initial review of agencies' contract requests, policy documents and budgetary exercises;
Aggregate Citywide telecommunications services data and create a monthly reporting dashboard for telecommunications services to the City;
Reviewing the City's telecommunications strategy and reporting on operational, budgetary and other issues to be addressed by executive staff at DoITT or other City agencies;
Identifying and advocating for efficiencies to be achieved in telecommunications procurement by the City;
Researching issues under consideration by the FCC and PSC and proposing and developing responses;
Coordinating regular meetings with the City's telecommunications vendors and City agencies;
Reviewing the City's telecommunication accounts in preparation for budgets and contract rate reviews;
Performing business continuity planning and emergency mitigation and recovery planning.
Substantial telecommunications-sector experience at a large-scale enterprise, including strategic planning, creative problem solving, technical management, network maintenance and repair, enterprise contract negotiation, project management, risk management, budget administration, and technical writing;
Knowledge of public safety telecommunications, and telecommunications service providers, operations and finances;
Proven ability to work effectively with professionals and specialists in a variety of fields, including law, accounting, finance, utility ratemaking, auditing, and business process engineering;
Excellent oral and written communication skills and database skills (Excel and Access).
1. A BA/BS including 24 credits in the field of telecommunications and 4 years' experience in the performance of analytical, planning, operational, technical, or administrative duties in telecommunications or related field. 1 year must have been in a highly specialized capacity and 18 months in an executive, managerial, administrative or supervisory capacity.
2. An Associate's degree including 12 credits in the field telecommunications and 5 years' experience described above.
3. Education and/or experience equivalent
New York City Residency Required within 90 Days of Appointment
Category:Management / Directors / Executive Directors
Salary: up to $125,000 Commensurate with Experience
Contact Info:Please go to www.nyc.gov/careers/search and search for Job ID #138905
Email resume to EXECrecruit@doitt.nyc.gov
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Senior Special Projects ManagerCompany: City of San Antonio, TX
Under administrative direction, responsible for the development and maintenance of all activities related to the Public, Education, and Government (PEG) cable access programming and operations of the City, including administration, budget preparation, and supervision related to staff and activities, including outreach, training, production, and programming; and to perform other job related work as required. Exercises direct supervision over assigned staff.
This position is an "unclassified" position and has no disciplinary appeal rights to the Municipal Civil Service Commission. This position is likewise subject to at-will employment status, and can be terminated at any time for any reason.
Essential Job Functions:
Plan, organize, and direct PEG services, activities and productions.
Develop and implement effective and efficient operation of all policies, procedures, organizational systems and long-range strategic plans, including goals, objectives and timetables.
Hire staff to help carry out PEG access services and activities.
Manage and supervise PEG staff to include scheduling, planning, organizing, training and evaluating.
Develop revenue generation model.
Manage the operation of program production, together with its related facilities and equipment.
Develop, oversee and implement rules and regulations for the use by the public, education community and government agencies of the media center.
Manage the completion, scheduling, promotion and production of programming to ensure fair and equitable delivery of services.
Manages equipment inventory, to include performing preventative maintenance, installation, design and assembly of video systems.
Develop and present periodic reports as needed and requested.
Maintain awareness of current events, developments and trends through news media, professional literature and participation in professional associations.
Negotiate and ensure compliance with PEG access-related contracts.
Seek additional grants and funding sources; determine production and office equipment and supplies and oversee the purchase and installation of such, including the preparation of bid specifications and vendor selection.
Promote City and PEG access television to residents, non-profit organizations and all potential users and viewers.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
Five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in planning, business, finance, or related field; including two (2) years of supervisory experience.
Bachelor's degree in broadcasting, communications, business management or a closely related field highly desirable.
A minimum of three (3) years increasingly responsible managerial, supervisory and/or administrative experience in a PEG access television-related environment with regular customer contact and training, programming and production duties.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, identify and address problems, meet deadlines, and stay within budget.
Experience coordinating work of directors, editors, and designers.
Proven track record in managing television production and broadcasting in Public, Educational and Government access related fields.
Physical requirements include visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate computer keyboard. Subject to sitting, standing, and walking to perform the essential functions. Working conditions are primarily inside an office environment.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of the PEG access field and technical requirements of operating a PEG access television facility, including digital file servers and playback scheduling software, digital switchers, non-linear editing systems, software and related applications.
Knowledge of current television recording formats, program production, developing programming schedules.
Knowledge of basic principles of training.
Knowledge of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations, operating rules and procedures.
Knowledge of the use and maintenance of production equipment.
Knowledge of principles and practices of effective supervision; the background, present use and potential of community television and PEG access; PEG facility, equipment, and supply needs for media center use.
Ability to perform general maintenance and basic repair on video and audio equipment.
Knowledge of administrative and management procedures, practices, and
Knowledge of research techniques, methods, and procedures.
Knowledge of presentation requirements and methods.
Knowledge of organizational strategic planning and operations research.
Knowledge of public administration practices and local government issues.
Skill in utilizing a personal computer and associated software programs.
Ability to analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed action and implement.
Ability to compile and prepare clear and concise reports.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public.
Ability to respond to inquiries, complaints, and requests.
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Salary: $66,769.04 - $113,506.90 Annually
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