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Department of Administration
IT Deputy Administrator (2 Positions Available) - Career Executive 
Job Announcement Code(s): 20-02103

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Dane
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INFO TECHNOLOGY MANAGER 20-02103
    Deputy Administrator (Application Services or Enterprise IT Operations)

Type of Employment:
Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary:
Starting hourly rate for the Information Technology Manager position will be between $38.98 - $58.89 per hour depending on qualifications and experience. This classification is assigned to pay schedule/range 70-01. A two-year trial period may be required. Current State employees will be compensated in accordance to the current State Compensation Plan.
Contact:
Taylore Ransom, HR Specialist, taylore.ransom@wi.gov
Bargaining Unit:
Non-Represented
Area of Competition:
Open
Deadline to Apply:
9/28/2020
Applications are due no later than 11:59 pm of the listed deadline date.
Assessment Information:
13150 -  021  INFO TECHNOLOGY MANAGER 
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DET is hiring for both of their Deputy Administrator positions! The Deputy Administrator of Application Services oversees the strategic direction and roadmap for DET’s Application services which focus on business application services & development, project management, and publishing and distribution. The Deputy Administrator of Enterprise IT Operations oversees the strategic direction and roadmap for IT infrastructure, security, and architecture to support infrastructure, enterprise applications, and other services to internal and external customers. It is crucial for these two positions to coordinate and collaborate in order to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of DET products and services.

By applying to this posting, you will be considered for both positions, no need to apply twice. You may indicate your preferred position during the interview process.

The Division of Enterprise Technology (DET) provides statewide information technology services to agencies throughout the State of Wisconsin. The division ensures the effective and efficient use of information technologies in support of Wisconsin government services and programs. It designs, administers, promotes, and supports information technology services to state agencies, local governments, tribal governments, private partners, schools, universities, libraries, and citizens. Join an organization that strives to exceed customer expectations by delivering efficient, high-quality state government services. Click here to learn more about DET!

The Department of Administration (DOA) provides direct services to state agency customers and designs and leads initiatives to make government more innovative and cost effective. Working at DOA offers you the opportunity to make an impact on the quality of life in Wisconsin.

For more information about the selection process, see our General Information Page.

Position Summary:   
Deputy Administrator: Application Services

Under the general supervision of the Division Administrator/Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Deputy Administrator-Application Services partners with the CIO and Deputy Administrator-Enterprise IT Operations in establishing the strategic vision and direction for Enterprise IT. This position serves as a Deputy CIO-Application Services (Deputy CIO-AS) and oversees the development of application standards for DOA and supported customers, governance processes and performance metrics to ensure IT delivers value to the enterprise IT community. Besides assisting the Division Administrator with strategic activities, the Deputy CIO-AS is primarily responsible for the day to day activities of Application Services Teams. The position provides leadership and supervision to the Bureau of Business Application Services, Bureau of Publishing & Distribution, Bureau of District Attorney Information Technology, and the Project Management Office. Responsibilities include ensuring a stable, secure, application development environment to support applications and align business objectives and activities for DOA’s supported agencies, divisions, and other entities. This position is instrumental in bridging the gap between IT and agency business/program leaders to make sure project management and resource activities align appropriately.

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Deputy Administrator: Enterprise IT Operations
Under the general supervision of the Division Administrator/Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Deputy Administrator-Enterprise IT Operations partners with the CIO and Deputy Administrator-Application Services in establishing the strategic vision, architecture, and direction for enterprise IT. This position serves as a Deputy CIO- Enterprise IT Operations (Deputy CIO-EO) and oversees the development of enterprise technology standards, governance processes and performance metrics to ensure DET delivers value to the enterprise IT community. Besides assisting the Division Administrator with strategic activities, the Deputy CIO-EO is primarily responsible for the technical day to day activities of Enterprise IT Operations teams. The position provides leadership and supervision to the Bureau of Security, Bureau of Technical Architecture, and the Bureau of Infrastructure Support. Responsibilities include ensuring a stable, secure, infrastructure and operational environment to support applications and other services to internal and external customers. This position is instrumental in maintaining a secure IT infrastructure and aligning operational support with Enterprise Services within DET.

To view the complete position description, please click here.

Special Notes:   
Due to the nature of the position, DOA will conduct background checks on applicants prior to selection. DOA does not sponsor work visas. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, and to complete the required employment eligibility form upon hire.

Qualifications:   
Qualified applicants will have experience with the following to be minimally qualified for both positions:
• IT Program/strategic planning and management (e.g. plan direction, monitor and review, ensure effective implementation, etc)
• Building and maintaining effective working relationships with a diverse group of internal and/or external leaders
• Personnel supervision and management over lower level supervisors such as conducting performance evaluations, allocating resources, reviewing/assigning work, leading/motivating staff, etc.)

How To Apply:   
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Your letter of qualifications and resume are very important parts of your application and are used during our evaluation process to determine your qualifications as they relate to the job. For instructions on developing your resume and letter of qualifications for your application and what should be included in these materials, click here.

Submitted materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the hiring process for available vacancies. Questions can be directed to Taylore Ransom at taylore.ransom@wisconsin.gov.

Note: Current Career Executives or those with reinstatement eligibility to Career Executive status should complete the application process to apply.

DOA is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmation Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce. 

If you are a veteran with a 30% or greater service-related disability, please send a cover letter, resume, DD-214 (honorable discharge), and documentation of your service-connected disability rating (dated within 12 months) to the contact listed above.

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