Information Technology Manager

  • CalPERS
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • Sep 01, 2020
Full time Government Information Technology Management

Job Description

Department: State of California Exam Type: Servicewide, Open Final Filing Date: Continuous CLASSIFICATION DETAILS Information Technology Manager 1– $7,634.00 - $10,230.00 per month. View the Information Technology Manager 1 classification specification APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS Final Filing Date: Continuous Who Should Apply: Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications as stated on this bulletin may apply for and take this examination. Once you have taken this examination, you may not retake it for nine (9] months. How To Apply: The link to connect to the Training and Experience Evaluation is located farther down on this bulletin in the “Taking the Exam” section. Special Testing Arrangements: If you require special testing arrangements due to a verified disability or medical condition, please contact: California Department of Human Resources CalCareer Service Center 1810 16th Street Sacramento, CA 95814

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS All applicants must meet the education and/or experience requirements as stated on this exam bulletin to be accepted into the examination. Part-time or full-time jobs, regardless of whether paid or volunteer positions, and inside or outside California state service will count toward experience. Information Technology Manager 1 Two years of experience as an Information Technology Supervisor I; or One year of experience as an Information Technology Supervisor II; or Six years of information technology experience performing a variety of progressively responsible technical, analytical, or supervisory tasks for computer systems or services in one or more of the major six domains or a closely related or emerging IT field. At least two years of experience shall include performance of highly specialized work in a lead capacity on highly complex or specialized information technology systems or services, or in a progressively responsible supervisory capacity over highly complex or specialized information technology systems or services. A master’s or doctorate degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for four years of the required general information technology experience. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for three years of the required general information technology experience. An associate’s degree from an accredited college may substitute for one year of the required general information technology experience. Only one degree may be used for substitution. When using education to meet minimum qualifications, education must include 15 semester units (or 22.5 quarter units) of information technology or closely related course work.. Bulletin Date: 8/5/2019 POSITION DESCRIPTION Information Technology Manager 1 This is the managerial level. Under general direction, incumbents have significant responsibilities for formulating or administering organizational information technology policies and programs and for planning, organizing and directing the work of one or more information technology programs or units, typically through subordinate supervisors. This level may manage the work of lower level information technology and support staff. Incumbents may manage work in any domain or combination of domains. Incumbents at a small or medium department may serve as the department’s Chief Information Officer. EXAMINATION SCOPE This examination consists of the following components: Training and Experience Evaluation – Weighted 100% of the final score. The examination will consists solely of a Training and Experience Evaluation. To obtain a position on the eligible list, a minimum score of 70% must be received. Applicants will receive their score upon completion of the Training and Experience Evaluation process. In addition to evaluating applicants’ relative knowledge, skills, and ability, as demonstrated by quality and breadth of education and/or experience, emphasis in each exam component will be measuring competitively, relative job demands, each applicant’s: Knowledge and Abilities All knowledge and abilities of the Information Technology Specialist II and Information Technology Supervisor II classifications; and Knowledge of: A manager's responsibility for promoting equal opportunity in hiring and employee development and promotion and maintaining a work environment which is free of discrimination and harassment; the department's Equal Employment Opportunity objectives; and a manager's role in Equal Employment Opportunity and the processes available to meet equal employment objectives. ELIGIBLE LIST INFORMATION A servicewide, open eligible list for the Information Technology Manager I classification will be established for the State of California (all State of California departments, statewide). Bulletin Date: 8/5/2019 The names of successful competitors will be merged onto the eligible list in order of final score regardless of exam date. Eligibility twelve (12) months after it is established. Applicants must then retake the examination to reestablish eligibility. Veterans’ Preference will be granted for this examination. In accordance with Government Codes 18973.1 and 18973.5, whenever any veteran, or widow or widower of a veteran achieves a passing score on an open examination, he or she shall be ranked in the top rank of the resulting eligible list. Veterans status is verified by the California Department of Human Resources (CalHR). Information on this program and the Veterans’ Preference Application (Std. Form 1093) is available online. Additional information on veteran benefits is available at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Career Credits will not be added to the final score for this exam, because it does not meet the requirements to qualify for Career Credits. EXAMINATION INFORMATION Preview the Information Technology Manager 1Training and Experience Evaluation PREPARING FOR THE EXAMINATION Here is a list of suggested resources to have available prior to taking the exam. Employment History: Employment dates, job titles, organization names and addresses, names of supervisors or persons who can verify your job responsibilities, and phone numbers of persons listed above. Education: School names and addresses, degrees earned, dates attended, courses taken (verifiable on a transcript), persons or office who can verify education, and phone numbers of persons or offices listed above. Training: Class titles, certifications received, names of persons who can verify your training, and phone numbers of persons listed above. TAKING THE EXAMINATION Take the Information Technology Manager 1 examination TESTING DEPARTMENTS State of California (all State of California departments)