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Deputy Technology & Innovation  Director - $3,000 Signing Bonus

The Town is hiring a Deputy TI Director,  the incumbent directs and manages the activities of one or a combination of the major functions of the department such as network infrastructure, systems administration, budget, security, and strategic plans. The Deputy Technology & Innovation Director represents the Technology & Innovation department in various meetings, assignments, and conferences as needed. The Deputy Technology & Innovation Director must have in-depth knowledge of IT strategies, policies, IT security, project management, budget management, and best
practices, and must have demonstrated a strong customer service orientation. The Deputy Technology & Innovation Director oversees and coordinates with the Technology & Innovation department staff and other town employees, the development of specific project plans and timelines; monitors and reports on progress; and develops and builds teams within and across groups. In consultation with the Technology & Innovation Director, Deputy Technology & Innovation Director sets policies and procedures for carrying out projects and assigned work. Work is performed under the general direction of the Director of Technology & Innovation and is evaluated by periodic conferences, review of records and reports and overall effectiveness of the Town technology systems.  To read the entire job description and apply:  https://mooresvillencaws.munisselfservice.com/ess2565prod/EmploymentOpportunities/JobDetail.aspx?req=920&sreq=1&form=GEN&desc=DEPUTY%20TECHNOLOGY%20&%20INNOVATION%20DIRECTOR%20-%20$3000%20SIGNING%20BONUS

E-911 Communications Director - $3,000 Signing Bonus

The Town is hiring an E-911 Communications Director.  Job duties includes oversight of the Town of Mooresville Public Safety Communications Center where the employee will supervise a staff providing 24-hour emergency communications for Mooresville and secondary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for Iredell County. Independent judgment and initiative are required in dealing with all aspects of emergency communications, confidentiality of records, as well as the ability to perform under extremely stressful situations. Work involves frequent public contact which requires professionalism, tactfulness, decisiveness, sensitivity, and courtesy. Work requires the use of Computer Aided Dispatching in recording the information and dispatching the appropriate response. Employees supervise those that constantly monitor and communicate with emergency personnel using multiple radio, data, and telephone messaging equipment. Work also includes duties associated accessing multi-agency police records and state/federal criminal and traffic databases. Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy and State and federal law. The employee may be required to work long shifts including night shifts, holidays and weekends as needed.
Work is performed under the direction the Town Manager and is evaluated through conferences, performance metrics and reports. You can read the entire job description and apply on the Town of Mooresville website: