The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is seeking a Chief Information Officer to provide leadership to the State of Idaho's largest Health and Human Service agency. This position will manage the Division of Information Technology Services (ITSD) and provide enterprise level strategic planning and support to business divisions such as Public Health, Welfare Programs, Child Support, Behavioral Health, Medicaid, and support units. We are searching for an executive with experience in setting objectives and strategies for technology in Human Service programs to streamline work for internal staff and design and select technology solutions that will improve the customer experience.
Strong candidates will demonstrate an ability to oversee the agency's information technology strategies and computer systems to ensure they support the Department's strategic objectives, implement relevant and current technologies, develop systems that will improve customer satisfaction, and manage the information technology department.
Position oversees three primary work units, including network security, computer systems, application development, and Information Technology operations. This position will collaborate with agency divisions, including senior leadership to understand strategic goals of the Department and develop, support, or acquire systems and solutions that will meet the needs of the programs and the customers served by the Department of Health and Welfare.
Qualified candidates must possess excellent strategic planning and communication skills and have the ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external customers.
Example of Duties
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offers a culture that supports and promotes learning organization principles, building community partnerships, and introducing innovative business solutions.
We are nearly 2,850 individuals working statewide to provide Idahoans with health and human services, access to health insurance programs, support to families and children, and hospitalization services for people with mental illness or intellectual disabilities. We have 20 field offices and operate two hospitals and a state lab. Last year, our agency served almost 340,000 people - one out of every four Idahoans. From birth throughout life, we strive to enrich and protect the lives of our state's citizens.
Learn more about us at http://healthandwelfare.idaho.gov.
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