Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) – Systems Division
Annual Salary: $135,701 - $205,394 DOE/DOQ
See full recruitment brochure here The Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) is seeking an Information Technology Manager II — Business Solutions (IT Manager) to oversee this newly created management position overseeing the Business Solutions section within the IT Systems Division. This capable and hands-on business systems technical expert reports to the Chief, Information Technology (CIT) and will oversee a staff of 28, an approximate budget of $3 million, and three major systems, as well as work on a variety of engaging projects. This manager will be well-versed in a wide range of technologies and systems, using their vast knowledge to mitigate challenging problems and perform disaster recovery. They will champion change management while being an excellent project manager, seeing projects through from start to finish. The IT Manager will also be a communicative, solutions-oriented, and collaborative leader, as well as have the technical knowledge to guide and develop staff members. They will regularly interact with stakeholders, project teams, and other departments and will need to be a fantastic team player, care about building lasting relationships and customer service and solutions oriented. The successful candidate will always have a pulse on the latest technologies, offering innovative ideas that align with LACERA’s goals and core objectives. If you want to become a part of a high-performing team that is integral to LACERA’s mission to protect, produce, and provide the promised benefits to its members, then apply today!
The Information Technology Manager II — Business Solutions (IT Manager) will oversee the Business Solutions section of the Systems Division, including 28 staff, an approximate budget of $3 million and various projects and systems while reporting to the Chief, Information Technology (CIT). They will evaluate current systems, looking to optimize existing hardware and software and leverage new systems to improve IT services. This position is responsible for three major systems: a pension administration system (WorkSpace); an enterprise content management system (IBM P8); and a legacy system that runs on a mainframe (IRIS). This is an exciting opportunity to lead and see through several new projects, from the initial planning process through final implementation of all IT business solutions. Along with using their technical expertise in their daily work, the IT Manager will also exercise their personnel management to develop, mentor, evaluate, and supervise staff. They will also regularly interact with other divisions, and outside resources/vendors.