City College of San Francisco
1877 SUPERVISING SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER
(Manager of Systems Support and Operations)
Provisional (Temporary) Appointment
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: One (1), Full Time, 40-hour week.
APPOINTMENT: Provisional (Temporary) appointment. In order to
be eligible for a permanent appointment, the temporary incumbent
would be required to compete and be reachable when a Civil Service
examination for this position is given.
SALARY RANGE: $2,571 - $3,126 Bi-weekly $67,103 - $81,589 Annually
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4 P.M., June 17, 1994
DUTIES: Under the general direction of the Director of Information
Technology Services Department (ITS), the Supervising Systems
Programmer will oversee and supervise the technical and systems
support unit as well as the operational support unit of the ITS
Department. the two units currently have 13 staff members and are
responsible for providing network support, database administration,
systems administration, production control and computer operations
for the City College of San Francisco. The current computing
environment is a client/server platform, Hewlett Packard 9000, Unix-
based, with Oracle as the RDBMS.
Major duties include: the planning, direction and review of the work
performed by technical and systems support unit, network support, the
database administrator, the systems administrator, and production
control with a view toward maintaining reliable computer systems
operation and production schedules; coordinating and controlling
changes to the computer systems production configuration (hardware
and software) in response to changing business conditions and
requirements; administration of vendor contracts for all related
equipment and software, as well as for their maintenance and supplies;
coordination of activities of operations and technical support with those
of other departments as well as other units of ITS; the development,
implementation and ongoing currency of written policies, procedures
and standards for all activities in the technical and operational support
units; the hiring, selection, training and evaluation of staff in the
units under supervision.
1. Baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution or
university in Computer Science and Information Systems,
Engineering, Science or related fields; AND
2. Seven years of progressively responsible experience in an
information systems environment with at least three years of
experience as a technical manager in a medium size DP shop.
An equivalent combination of training and experience may be
substituted for up to two years of the required education;
3. Demonstrable strong knowledge of Unix, client-server
architecture, operation procedures and standards; knowledge of
job scheduling, disk storage management and tape library
4. Strong verbal and written communication and presentation
skills, as well as strong planning and coordination skills.
Familiarity with: contemporary networking concepts (WAN and LAN);
Oracle RDBMS, SQL and related tools; operations documentation
styles; CA-Unicenter; two years experience in a Unix production shop.
TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter, City and County of San Francisco
Employment Application form and a resume to:
Director, Human Resources
City College of San Francisco
33 Gough Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Application forms are available at CCSF Human Resources
Department, Classified Section, 33 Gough Street, or by calling
FURTHER INFORMATION: Please call Mamie How at
SUPPLEMENTAL: Depending on the number of applicants, the
College reserves the right to establish and implement additional
screening mechanisms that comparatively evaluate the qualifications
of each candidate. Applicants meeting the minimum requirements are
not guaranteed advancement to the interview. Persons with
disabilities who need accommodation during the application and
selection process should contact the Human Resources Department,
Classified Section. The decision of the Chancellor in the selection
process is final and not appealable. All documents included with your
application become the property of City College of San Francisco and
will not be returned.
NOTES: In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act
of 1986, all persons entering District employment will be required to
prove their identity and authorization to work in the United States.
MINORITIES, WOMEN AND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Date Issued: May 16, 1994