DAIRYLAND POWER COOPERATIVE has an immediate opening for a Director, IT Infrastructure. This individual will direct the strategy and execution of the Information Technology Infrastructure and Support organizations. This group includes responsibility for servers, hardware, network, desktop and server operating systems, software systems administration, IT Service Management, and Service Desk.
Minimum Qualifications: Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in information systems, computer science, or business-related discipline required and at least 10 years experience in design, management and implementation of information systems required. Master’s degree in business or related field desirable. Experience managing IT infrastructure and infrastructure architecture preferred. Demonstrated history of successfully delivering technology services and at least 7 years of management experience required.
Skills: Leadership and technical knowledge required. In depth knowledge of primary and secondary operating systems. Contract knowledge necessary. Written and verbal presentation skills needed. Analytical and persuasion skills necessary. Ability to develop business cases and add structure to move concepts to actionable projects is required. Ability to effectively manage cost center and budgeting skills. Listening skills are a requirement. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization, including communicating technical needs and concepts to executive staff.
Licenses and Certifications: Valid driver’s license.
Applications must also have a resume uploaded for consideration.
Dairyland Power Cooperative Human Resources P.O. Box 817 La Crosse, WI 54602-0817
Dairyland Power Cooperative is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Dairyland Power Cooperative
Dairyland is proud of its history as a pioneer in rural electrification. The generation and transmission cooperative formed in 1941, bringing light and power to the homes and farms in “America’s Dairyland.” Specifically serving rural communities and countryside, Dairyland continues to ease work conditions and improve quality of life for residents by delivering a safe, reliable supply of energy in its four-state service territory.