General Manager - Information Technology Service

County of Los Angeles - Information Technology Service

General Manager – Information Technology Service
Internal Services Department
County of Los Angeles, California
Salary : $181,144 - $281,716 DOE/DOQ

The County of Los Angeles, Internal Services Department (ISD), is seeking a General Manager (GM) to lead the operations of its Information Technology Service (ITS). The GM will oversee and provide strategic direction in the delivery of technology and communication services throughout the County. ITS provides services to the County’s 37 departments and its 110,000 employees. This role requires strong interpersonal, leadership, and technical skills, along with a desire to move the organization forward through innovative solutions and industry best practices. 

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The General Manager will oversee the Information Technology Services (ITS) within the Internal Services Department (ISD). ISD delivers reliable and secure solutions to support Los Angeles County’s technology needs. The next GM will strive to move the organization forward through technology advancements and effective problem-solving. A background in either public or private sector is ideal, as long as they are bringing innovation, visionary thinking, and organizational development skills. 

For first consideration, apply by July 19th, 2022, at:

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