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Information Systems Administrator

Vacancy No: 058-1

Title of Position: Information Systems Administrator

 Vacancy exists in the Finance/MIS Division

Salary Range: $83,000 - $88,000

Date Posted: February 27, 2015

Deadline for Applying: March 16, 2015

Remarks: This is an Unclassified/Exempt Position

Examination Weight:  100% Education & Experience

Statement of Duties: Under the general supervision of the Director of Administration will have executive responsibility for the information technology (IT) infrastructure; for the provision of phone systems and IT services , including internet access and e-mail; and for the success of projects that advance the performance of City operations through the application of IT; manages staff and coordinates projects and prepare budgets for the Management Information System Division;  oversees all IT resources throughout the City.  Duties will include responsibility to lead and oversee the provision of computer and telecommunication (data) services to support the City’s business processes and operations; works with the Director of Human Resources and union leadership to ensure the City workforce has the prerequisite skill and knowledge to use IT applications and services effectively; aligns information technology infrastructure and applications with City goals and objectives; works with department heads and City leaders to formulate and implement long-term programs for advancing the City’s use of IT to support its operations; responsible to lead and oversee the process that governs the City’s use of IT; ensures the provision of IT leadership resources; selects, organizes, and oversees the performance of staff and third party resources for effective provision of IT services; prepares the capital and expense budgets for IT services and controls the expenditure of funds; ensures the integrity of IT assets, data resources, and systems; recommends and implements appropriate policies, procedures, protocols, and standards to ensure secure, safe, reliable, efficient, and effective use of IT; implements measurements and controls to manage the provision of IT services; implements risk based IT audit and corrective action process; plans and implements procedures to ensure the continuity of services in the event of disasters such as fire, flood, or sabotage; leads, organizes, and controls projects to assess current business operations and technology implementations; prescribes changes including corrective actions, system replacements, and technology advancements; develops RFPs, selects technology suppliers, and contracts the work; implements new systems and procedures; and implements infrastructure; oversees and manages the provision of IT services by in-house staff and third parties; makes presentations to the City Council on MIS budget requests and information system projects and improvements; performs other related duties as required.,

Education & Experience:          Applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from an accredited college or university; supplemented with minimum five (5) years experience in management of IT operations; a minimum of five (5) years experience in project management; knowledge of Federal, State and City laws, regulations and ordinances related to management of computer and telecommunications systems; or any combination of education and relevant work experience.   Supervisory and municipal government experience is preferred.

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The City of Warwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Senior Clerk Typist

Vacancy No.:   056-2

Title of Position: Senior Clerk Typist

Vacancy exists in the Human Services Department/Senior Citizens Division.

Salary Range: $14.81 - $18.70 per hour/35 hours per week

Date Posted: February 25, 2015

Deadline for Applying: March 10, 2015

Remarks: This is a Classified/Bargaining Unit Position.

 Examination Weight: 60% Written/40% Oral

 Statement of Duties:  Performs clerical tasks of varying complexity involving the maintenance of all clerical reports for all of the center’s programs; handling all telephone calls and transferring to proper staff members or providing general information; assembling all necessary correspondence, data and other materials; maintaining and recording all program funds and records including Gift Shop records, budgetary records, program funds and other miscellaneous finds. Preparing desktop publishing flyers as required; preparing all funds for deposit and preparing monthly reports; preparing monthly Instructor payroll; typing all correspondence, reports and press releases as required by the center manager and Director of Senior Services; serving as the senior center receptionist.  Duties include typing, filing, and record keeping.  Performs related work as required.

Education & Experience: Such as may have been gained through graduation from a standard high school including or supplemented by commercial courses; knowledge of computers desirable, particularly Microsoft Office Software or any equivalent combination of education and experience.

SPECIAL NOTE: Applicants must be able to type 35 words per minute.

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THE CITY OF WARWICK IS AN EQUAL OPPORUTNITY EMPLOYER



Senior Clerk Typist Assessors

Vacancy No.: 056-1

Title of Position:  Senior Clerk Typist

Vacancy exists in the Finance Department/Tax Assessor’s Division 

Salary Range:  $14.81 - $18.70 per hour/35 hours per week

Date Posted:  February 25, 2015 

Deadline for Applying: March 10, 2015

Remarks:  This is a Classified/Bargaining Unit Position. 

Examination Weight: 60% Written/40% Oral

Statement of Duties: Under the direction of the City Assessor assists in the preparation of the City tax rolls and bills.  Duties include using typewriter and/or computer to compile information and prepare reports, business correspondence, and other materials; filing documents and maintaining filing system; posting information to records; sorting and distributing mail: answering questions from the general public in person and on the telephone; assisting in filing applications for various exemptions on a daily basis; computing amounts and checking totals on report forms, vouchers, statements, or bills; keeping tickler files up to date; operating and maintaining photocopying and fax machines; performing related work as required.

Education & Experience: Such as may have been gained through graduation from a standard high school supplemented by commercial courses with six months to one year related work experience and/or training; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.

SPECIAL NOTE: Applicants must be able to type 35 words per minute.

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THE CITY OF WARWICK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER