Director of Information Systems

Director of Information Systems

Exempt, Full-Time

Department: Operations

Reports To: Chief Operations Officer


Overview

The Director of Information Systems plans, leads, directs, develops, and coordinates policies, activities, and staff of the Information Technology department ensuring legal compliance and strategic implementation of DCCCA's information technology and information systems processes including computer, communication, data, and office systems.


Essential Functions

  • Collaborates with senior management to develop the organization's goals and strategy related to agency information systems including hardware, software, electronic health records, HRIS, and ERP platforms
  • Plans, leads, develops, coordinates, and implements policies, processes, training, and initiatives to support DCCCA's information technology and information systems compliance and strategy need
  • Directs and coordinates professional services such as systems analysis and design, feasibility studies, and programming of information, communication, and office automation systems
  • Develops, implements, and manages agency-wide IT budget, and ensures competitive pricing from suppliers in compliance with agency policies and procedures related to procurement
  • Oversees ongoing implementation of key information systems, including electronic health records, HRIS, ERP platforms, and other technologies
  • Identifies and recommends new technologies and services that will improve efficiency, processes, and operations; reviews requests for additional services and upgrades, assessing the costs and benefits to the organization
  • Maintains pace with technological progress, economic change, and company needs by directing continual improvements of systems, equipment, and procedures
  • Leads coordination and integration efforts linking DCCCA's various data platforms together through DCCCA's ERP platform
  • Leads collaboration efforts with program operations teams, clinical/program teams, finance, and quality improvement to produce efficient workflows that minimize redundancy and maximize efficiency
  • Uses project management structures to plan, organize, and manage activities
  • Effectively communicates with partners across all programs and levels of the organization, including translating complex technical information into easy to understand ways

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field of study.
  • Five years' related experience, including position(s) of significant leadership.
  • Proven communication and collaborative interpersonal skills.


Successful completion of pre-employment background screening, reference checks, and drug screening is required.

DCCCA is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and a tobacco and drug-free workplace.