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Director of Information Technology Services
State of Colorado Judicial Department

The Colorado Judicial Branch is seeking a Director of Information Technology Services. The Director of Information Technology Services is a collaborative and visionary leader responsible for a high-functioning division with a 41-million-dollar budget and a staff of 130. The position, with the support of the Information Technology Services team, actively engages with and provides advisory services to the Judicial Branch including 22 judicial districts across the state. The Director reports to the State Court Administrator and serves on the Executive Leadership Team. The Director has 7 direct reports including a Deputy Director, Manager of Portfolio Programs, Manager of Information Security, Manager of Data Analytics, Manager of Software Architecture and Design, Manager of Technical Services, and a Manager of Infrastructure.

The ideal candidate is a charismatic and collaborative leader with a commitment to public service and the ability to rebuild an engaged and high functioning team. With a proven track record for valuing and building relationships, the ideal candidate will take the time to listen, mentor, and empower this division to stride into the future under a single vision. This is an opportunity to build a team and cohesive culture while tackling new challenges that have a long-term impact on the organization. The new director must be an influential and strategic leader demonstrating political savvy, psychological toughness, resiliency, and flexibility in a complex and autonomous environment. Competitive candidates will have demonstrated experience fostering a culture of teamwork and possess a broad knowledge of information technology functions and services.

Location: Denver, Colorado
Salary: $183,816
Final filing date: October 12, 2022

Please make sure to have your Resume, Cover Letter, and List of References ready for upload before you start the application process. One combined document that includes all three items is preferred.