Title: DATA PROCESSING MANAGER III Salary: $7,118.00 - $8,239.00 Posted: 02/21/2013
The Board of Equalization’s (BOE) Technology Services Department is currently recruiting for a Data Processing Manager (DPM) III to serve as Section Manager of Corporate Systems - Application Development. Under the general direction of the DPM IV, Application Development Branch Manager, the Section Manager is responsible for the development, organization, planning, directing, and controlling of staff responsible for designing, constructing and maintaining the computer applications that support the 25 tax and fee programs administered by the Board. These large and highly complex applications reside within the BOE’s Integrated Revenue Information System (IRIS).
The Corporate Systems Section Manager is responsible for the effective utilization of Information Technology resources, plans for implementation of advanced technology available to the BOE, reports on program performance and its effectiveness, and ensures services are compliant with BOE policies.
The Section Manager also assists the Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer and Application Development Branch Manager in formulating departmental policies and strategies relative to the development and maintenance of BOE systems utilizing appropriate technology solutions.
Please state your eligibility for this position in the Explanations section of your application. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 381 - 1393 - 003
Technology Services Department
Final Filing Date:
Technology Services Department 450 N Street, MIC: 26 Sacramento, CA 95814
Scott Capulong (916) 323-9783
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