In this role, you'll manage the relationship between the company and its technology vendors. Likewise, you'll support all third-party application software systems. You'll be responsible for ensuring the delivery of outsourced services in line with the company's policies and the agreement between them and the service provider. You'll define and relate project milestones, service level agreements, and resource allocation to the necessary parties. Additionally, you'll ensure contract terms and service delivery schedules are met to protect vendor relationships.
Employers require a master's degree in computer science or a related field with a minimum of seven years of relevant experience. Having a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is a plus. Candidates must possess communication, interpersonal, presentation, time management, organization, listening, and multitasking skills. Vice president technology services in the United States make $150,180 on average annually, equivalent to an hourly rate of $72.2. Their salary falls between $106,000 and $211,000.