Under general direction of the Vice President of Information Technology Services, the AVP, Enterprise Systems oversees and participates in research, delivery and support of business systems, airside systems, parking systems, and oversees their teams. The AVP will ensure that work performed addresses goals and performance objectives, and complies with Airport Board policies and procedures. Further, the AVP will also supervise and participate in the development and implementation of the new and revised Information Technology Strategic Plan. He will also assist in policy and procedures development, and in establishing and attaining goals and objectives of the department. This role involves extensive contact and coordination with Airport Board staff, vendors, contractors, and outside agencies. It assists and represents the Vice President of Information Technology Services as required.
Performance Objectives •Lead IT teams, within assigned portfolio, with technical credibility. •Approach problems with wide-ranging creativity, and strong analytical thinking. •Propose innovative solutions that include the latest developments in information technology. •Identify opportunities for operational efficiencies and cost savings. •Build relationships with other leadership to facilitate optimal collaboration within Airport. •Find cross-training opportunities within the IT department. •Ensure each business department has adequate IT support. •Evaluate all IT systems for duplication and opportunities for rationalization. •Initiate Systems and Lifecycle Planning for all IT systems. What will differentiate you: Knowledge of and/or experience in the following areas of focus: •Business Systems including: Human Resource ERPs, Financial ERPs, Enterprise Asset Management, General Business Systems, Geographic Information Systems, and Public Safety Systems •Airside Systems including: Common Use Terminal Equipment, Ramp Management Systems, Digital Communication Platforms, Baggage Handling Systems and Automated Aircraft Docking Systems •Parking Systems including: Parking Revenue Control Systems, Parking Guidance Systems, Parking Inventory Systems and Vault Cash Systems •Application Development and Support best practices and trends
What we expect of you: •Knowledge of the principles and practices of business or public administration. •Knowledge of and experience in information systems design, development, implementation and support methodologies. •Knowledge of current computer technology, technological development and trends. •Skill in the supervision, motivation, and direction of technical and non-technical personnel. •Ability to analyze department goals and objectives and develop solutions/recommendations that are precedent-setting with long-term impact. •Ability to gather, analyze, and evaluate facts and to prepare and present concise oral and written reports. •Ability to develop and implement sound and effective business information systems. •Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, in general and technical terms, at all levels within and outside the organization.
What we require of you: •Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, business or public administration, or a related field. •Five years of progressively responsible professional experience in Information Systems. •Five years of progressively responsible professional experience in one or more areas of focus. •Five years of direct supervisory experience. •The four year degree, may be substituted by additional related experience on a year-for-year basis. •Possession of a valid Class C driver’s license.
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