What does a Deputy Chief Technology Officer do?
Chief technology officers are company executives who are responsible for overseeing the organization’s technical systems, resources, and personnel. They often also supervise related areas such as research and development. They manage recruiting, hiring, and training programs. They spearhead initiatives to incorporate innovate tools and resources into the organization’s operational functions to achieve increased productivity or establish more efficient processes. They actively participate in the process of selecting vendors and products, and implementing technical systems and infrastructure.
Chief technology officers typically have at least a bachelor’s degree in a computer science or technical field, although an advanced degree is an advantage. They should have in-depth expertise in planning and leading technical programs, and supervising technical teams. These roles require strong project management capabilities and excellent leadership skills.
- Work with senior level stakeholders to identify, build and maintain partnerships across industry.
- Build and sustain executive customer relationships.
- Seamlessly switch from executive-level conversations to diving deep into technology to drive high level, strategic discussions around roadmaps and security solutions.
- Work with senior stakeholders to build, maintain and mature capabilities with selected industry partners.
- Interact with and lead relationships with strategic external partners and alliances.
- Bachelor's or Graduate's Degree in computer science, engineering, information technology or information security.
- Able to multitask and manage multiple important tasks simultaneously.
- Fluent in a variety of programming languages, software, and systems.
- Able to confidently lead and guide a technology team and drive tech strategy.
How much does a Deputy Chief Technology Officer make?
Deputy Chief Technology Officer Career Path
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Deputy Chief Technology Officer Insights
“They are great to work with and I love the direction they are taking with the product.”
“Good people are always rewarded and the average tenure is well above industry average which speaks for itself.”
“A great startup where you get to work on fun projects and what you do matters.”
“world problems and I really like that we have an engaged customer base and a great team of advisors.”
“Not only Technically or economically but here our team especially our CEO helps you to explore many fields.”
“Being able to create opportunities for myself and choose what to work on really helped me to balance my work”
“workers and I have an amazing manager who supports and is invested in developing my skillset.”
“I love working at SquareOffs because I get to build an awesome product that people enjoy!”
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