San Joaquin General Hospital seeks a Chief Information Officer. This position will oversee the IT needs of the County's General Hospital, working directly with hospital leadership to meet organizational goals, while also working with and reporting to the Information Systems Director of the County. Successful candidates will have experience managing the business of information technology in a hospital and or health clinic environment, while being a proven leader who possesses strong interpersonal, customer service, and verbal communication skills.
Please see below for how to apply (resumes submitted via email will be asked to complete an application).
This is an at-will, senior management level position with a dual reporting relationship to the hospital CEO and the County Information Systems Director. This position serves as both the Information Systems Assistant Director for the County and acts as the Chief Information Officer for San Joaquin General Hospital. The CIO oversees the day to day operations of the Information Systems Division and the Communications Division supporting a hospital staff of 1,800, oversees the design and reliability of application software and drives the adoption and integration of technologies to improve the quality and efficiency of services provided. The CIO directs policy and strategic direction while managing 18 Iine staff and an annual budget of approximately $17 million. The hospital has the advantage of the vast IT resources of the County available as needed, including the WAN, security, email and VoIP services provided by County.
The Hospital is currently in the midst of a tremendous technological overhaul and needs a leader who will guide the organization seamlessly through the process. The ideal candidate has a strong background in the leadership and management of information technology in a hospital setting. Strong IT and business acumen, results orientation and excellent communication skills are a must, as well as the ability to understand and follow complex medical administration terminology while working enthusiastically in a constantly changing environment. Experience in successful IT customer service and strategic planning in a hospital or healthcare setting are key.
Employment Standards In addition to the above ideal candidate competencies, successful candidates will have:
Graduated from an accredited four year college or university with a major in Public Administration, Business Administration, Communications, Information Technology, Computer Science, or a related field; AND
Four years of experience in a management capacity which included managing large-scale, complex information systems and implementing complex, advanced information technology projects; OR
Additional-qualifying experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis. A graduate degree in Public or Business Administration may be substituted for two years of the required experience.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The salary range for this position is $123,364 - $149,926 annually DOQ/DOE. In addition to the base salary, the County offers a great benefits package, please see the complete brochure at the link above for more details.