On behalf of our client, Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, CohenTaylor Executive Search Services is conducting a retained executive search for its Information Technology Leader.

October 26, 2018    
For more information or to send your credentials, please email info@cohentaylor.com All inquiries will remain confidential. Please note that relocation is not part of this role.

Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) is committed to promoting and delivering quality, well-managed homes to a diverse low-income population and to contributing to the well-being of the individuals, families, and community they serve. MPHA is the largest public housing authority in Minnesota. With over 6,000 public housing units and over 5,000 Section 8 vouchers, MPHA serves a diverse community of approximately 26,000 people. MPHA residents and Section 8 participants reside in housing located in virtually every neighborhood of Minneapolis.

MPHA is seeking a strategic and visionary Information Technology Leader to plan, direct and execute the agency’s strategic technology plan. As the IT Department's primary point of contact, the Information Technology Leader will bring a high degree of technical credibility and aptitude to guide and deliver technology solutions agency-wide. Systems thinking, flexibility, and excellent communication skills are critical as the new Information Technology Leader will lead the migration to a single platform for asset management and housing programs.

As MPHA looks to the future, the Information Technology Leader will chart the course and set the vision and strategy to drive the agency’s technology organization to the next level. Skilled in change management, and with a proactive style and approach, the Information Technology Leader will build a more efficient, innovative and data-rich technology infrastructure to support the agency during a time of innovation and change.

The ideal candidate for this role is a creative, innovative, visionary technology leader with an ability to lead the department in consensus with the greater agency’s priorities and goals. A builder with a creative edge, the Information Technology Leader will identify inefficiencies and improve work processes by balancing operational efficiency with innovative technology solutions.

A bachelor’s degree in information technology, management information services, computer science, or a related field and a minimum of seven years of experience in computer systems and network administration is required.

For more information or to send your credentials, please email info@cohentaylor.com

All inquiries will remain confidential.