Job Opportunity

Information & Communications Technology Director
Tulare County

Date Posted:

August 18, 2020


$146,640 to $160,251


Plan, organize, direct the activities of the County’s centralized information technology services; formulate and implement ongoing County-wide information systems and technological strategic plans; confer with and advise County management and the Board of Supervisors on policy development, management issues, resource utilization, and technical issues in the areas of data processing and information technology. Structure and direct resources and staff towards the achievement of clear and cohesive goals and departmental vision, including the development of strategic internal and performance measurement initiatives, and enforce a personnel management program that ensures accountability, high performance, and excellent customer service.


The ideal candidate will be an innovative, strategic leader and administrator with demonstrated and verifiable experience in understanding the complexities of large, government technology/infrastructure needs, developing and managing a multi-million dollar budget, and effectively managing an IT organization of over 150 employees. A bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Public or Business Administration, or related field AND four (4) years of administrative management experience in Information Technology required. Possession of, or ability to obtain, certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Information Systems Security Professional (ISSP), or other Information Technology certification is desirable, but not required.

How to Apply:

Centrally located within the State of California, Tulare County is situated in a delightful and geographically diverse region. The County includes an area of 4,863 square miles. Mountain peaks of the Sierra Nevada range rise to more than 14,000 feet in its Eastern half. Meanwhile, the extensively cultivated and very fertile valley floor in the Western half, has allowed Tulare County to become the top producer of agricultural commodities in the United States. In addition to substantial packing/shipping operations, light and medium manufacturing plants are increasing in number and are becoming an important factor in the County’s total economic picture. The County has a growing population of 479,112. The Eastern half of the County is comprised primarily of public lands within the Sequoia National Park, National Forest, and the Mineral King, Golden Trout, and Dome land Wilderness areas. Opportunities for all-season outdoor recreation include hiking, water and snow skiing, fishing, and boating.

To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, please submit a resume (reflecting years and months of positions held, as well as the size of the previous department you have managed or administered), cover letter, and a list of six professional references (who will not be contacted in the early stages of the recruitment) to:

For additional information, please contact:

Frank Rojas
CPS HR Consulting
(916) 471-3111

To view an online brochure for this position visit:
Tulare County Information & Communications Technology website:

Tulare County is an equal opportunity employer.

Filing Deadline:

Friday, September 25, 2020

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