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Information Services
IT Manager
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Job Description

IT Manager

The Port of Stockton is seeking qualified candidates for the position Information Technology Manager



  • $8,690- $11,530 per month
  • Plus excellent health & retirement benefits


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Under general direction of the Director of Homeland Security
  • Plans, organizes, evaluates, administers and directs the personnel, services, and activities of the Port of Stockton Information Technology Department while ensuring optimal customer service.
  • Provides expertise and direction in all technical areas and reconciles conflicting demands from various clients by applying available resources to achieve maximum client satisfaction.
  • Establishes and maintains standards for system performance.
  • Develops complex department budget.
  • Analyzes, develops and recommends strategic plans to align with customer needs
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.


Minimum Requirements:

  • Equivalent to a 4 year degree in a closely related field is required.
  • Six (6) years of progressively responsible professional, analytical computer and related systems experience performing complex and sophisticated information technology service and systems analysis including two (2) years at a supervisory and management level.
  • Experience in a public agency setting is desirable.
  • Must possess a valid CA driver's license.
  • Applicants will undergo a comprehensive background investigation.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card.
  • See job description for minimum requirements on Port website.


The Port of Stockton offers an excellent benefits package.

The position is an at-will position.

Equal Opportunity Employer


Additional Instructions:

  • To be considered, applicants must submit a Port of Stockton application packet.
  • For more information and to obtain an application packet, please visit the Port of Stockton's website or call 209-946-0246.
  • Application Submittal Deadline: March 16, 2018, 5:00 PM


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The Port of Stockton maintains flexibility in planning, construction and modification of its facilities and equipment. Continuously seeking better and more productive ways to handle a diversified aggregation of cargoes, the Port has installed three traveling, multi-purpose, 30-ton Bridge Cranes - one on Dock No. 3/4 and two on Dock No. 10\11. All three cranes handle dry bulk cargoes as well as containers and steel products and are equipped with 15-cubic yard grabs and container frames. Both facilities can handle cargo from vessels direct to truck, rail (one of two loop railroad tarcks serves Dock 10\11), dockside storage and by conveyor. As a fully operating Port, a fleet of 30,000 to 60,000 lb. fork lift trucks, slings, spreader bars, coil rams, front-end loaders, hoppers and conveyor belts and other equipment are maintained for handling and storing steel products, other general cargoes and bulk materials. The Port also offers stevedoring services to customers. The Port is well-suited and situated to handle heavy steel and project cargoes with its excellent overland transportation connections. With over 30 acres (12 hectares) of paved surfaces, we can allow easy assembly and pre-staging of this type of cargo. In addition to the three bridge-type cranes, floating cranes and mobile truck cranes are available to handle these cargoes. The bridge cranes can also unload any kind of import bulk material, and two bulk loading towers are used to load all types of export bulk material such as coal, petroleum coke, ores, clay and sulfur. Recounting the Port of Stockton's assets, it has first class warehouse storage and handling facilities for both dry and liquid bulk materials, facilities and equipment to handle break-bulk and containerized cargoes by land or by sea. Immediate access to two transcontinental railroads is complemented by two loop railroads, one on-dock, for accommodating unit trains for export of coal, petroleum coke, and ores, plus consolidation of rail shipments of inbound and outbound steel coils. All of these components place the Port in an ideal position for domestic as well as national and international distribution. Relative to industrial development, the Port is especially attractive to, and interested in, attracting projects that require waterborne transportation for delivery of raw or finished goods. All of the Port's services are directed by experienced people through one administrative complex. This provides a unique advantage for flexibility as well as efficiency. The Port of Stockton publishes tariffs, stevedores cargoes, assigns berths, supervises cargo activity, provides shipping documentation, accounting and rate quotations. It is a broad hands-on effort that includes marketing, traffic, property management, warehousing, distribution, data processing and police protection services to its customers. The Port of Stockton's staff welcome your interest and invite your inquiries concerning the Port's services and facilities. Please see our Contact page for information.