$58.80-$72.85 hourly / $10,192.46-$12,626.67 monthly / $122,309.52-$151,520.04 annual
Plans, schedules, coordinates, directs, and reviews the work of staff engaged in systems analysis, design, programming development, integration, documentation, testing and training, business data warehousing, and portal design and development.
Directs, through unit supervisors, project teams engaged in analyzing, designing, implementing, modifying, and maintaining information systems, portals, and a District-wide data warehouse.
Defines the scope of projects, coordinates project schedules, and monitors performance.
Prepares oral and written status reports on assigned projects.
Reviews the analysis and testing of systems and programs to insure completeness of controls, adherence to project plans and requirements, completion of documentation, quality of output, and efficiency of systems and programs.
Evaluates and makes recommendations on proposals submitted by consultants, service organizations, component suppliers, and equipment manufacturers; confers with representatives of such organizations regarding research and development on new information systems.
Reviews feasibility studies conducted by the staff and evaluates recommendations regarding operating advantages and cost savings of installing proposed new systems or of converting or modifying existing systems.
Coordinates and participates in training programs for information systems employees and users.
Plans organization and staffing of assigned units and assigns projects.
Develops and revises procedures and standards for systems documentation.
Assists the Chief Information Officer in providing liaison in information technology matters with State and Federal agencies; advises District and college administrators regarding operational problems, limitations, and potential applications of information systems.
Meets with non-technical staff to assess their computer support requirements and recommends the appropriate technology solution(s).
Adapts packaged software to District requirements.
Performs related duties as assigned.
A Systems and Programming Manager is responsible for managing the work of staff engaged in systems analysis, design, programming development, integration, documentation, testing and training, business data warehousing, and portal design and development.
A Vice Chancellor/Chief Information Officer is responsible for administering a program of information systems to support the instructional, student information, human resources, and financial management operations of the District.
A Supervising Systems and Programming Analyst is responsible for supervising the work of a small group of programming staff, provides liaison with operating units affected by studies, and personally performs the most difficult systems analysis, design, and programming work of the unit.
A Software Systems Engineering Manager is responsible for managing the work of technical staff engaged in analyzing, installing, customizing, optimizing, troubleshooting, and monitoring large scale, complex application and system software for the District.
General supervision is received from the Vice Chancellor/Chief Information Officer. General supervision is exercised over supervisory and technical staff on a project by project basis.
Information technology concepts and capabilities
Techniques of systems analysis, design, and programming
Programming languages such as ABAP, C, C++, Visual Basic, Java, COBOL, ACMS, Visual Basic for Application (VBA), etc.
Reporting tools such as MS Access, Crystal Reports, webFOCUS, etc.
Database systems such as Rdb, Oracle, Access, SQL Server, etc.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems such as SAP, Peoplesoft, Oracle, etc.
Capabilities of mainframes, application, database, and web servers, and other equipment
Web page design and development using tools such as SAP Portals, .ASP, Dreamweaver, etc.
Concepts and techniques of project management including project control, planning, estimating, resource management, and quality assurance
Principles, procedures, and methods used in data acquisition, storage, structuring, and retrieval
New developments in computer concepts, methodology, and technology
Business procedures and methods
Procedures and standards for systems documentation
Principles of organization, management, and work simplification
Principles of supervision and training
Plan, coordinate, and review the work of assigned technical units
Direct and coordinate multiple projects of a complex and technical nature
Train staff in the application of new information technology concepts
Apply new developments in computer methodology and technology and solve difficult technical problems in the development of major programs and information systems
Estimate time and manpower requirements for a variety of information systems projects
Analyze and interpret complex technical concepts and communicate them clearly both orally and in writing
Prepare effective written and oral communications, reports, and presentations
Create clear guidelines and procedures
Anticipate conditions, plan ahead, establish priorities, and meet project schedules
Review and evaluate detailed project management plans and project progress
Review and evaluate project deliverables
Motivate, direct, and develop others
Stimulate teamwork and promote cohesiveness to achieve team and project goals
Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with administrators, staff, project consultants, and vendors
Education and Experience:
Graduation from a recognized four-year college or university, preferably with a degree in management information systems, computer science, computer engineering, business administration, public administration, or related field.
Four years of recent full-time paid experience in business applications analysis, design, and programming for medium or large scale multi-programmed computers, including experience with large-scale networks. Two years of the required experience must have been in a supervisory capacity. Experience with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is desirable.
A valid California Class "C" driver's license must be obtained within 60 days of appointment.
Travel throughout the District may be required.
Our class specification generally describes the duties, responsibilities, and requirements characteristic of the position(s) within this job class. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a particular position within this class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Los Angeles Community College District provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with covered disabilities on a case-by-case basis throughout the application, examination, and hiring processes and throughout employment. If an individual is in doubt about his or her ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a position or possession of any other requirement noted in a class specification or job announcement, he or she should always apply for a position and request reasonable accommodation at the appropriate time.