The average pay for a Web Services Director is $86,572 per year. Experience has a moderate effect on income for this job. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years' experience in this field.
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$50,701 - $129,716
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 18 Jan 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 37
Job Description for Web Services Director
Identify and propose new information technologies and systems to improve business processes and decision making.
Plan, direct, and coordinate activities of a multi-team or cross-functional organization.
Plan, direct, and coordinate the development.
Hire, review, and fire managers.
Work with the IT steering committee to establish the strategic direction of the Company's information systems as well as executing the strategy.
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Web Services Director Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Web Services Director?
Web Services Director in Seattle:
"Internal Web Services Department."
Pros: We have a casual work environment, a great team, the ability to influence the "clients" we work with. Option to work from home/telecommute and have flex work hours is a major factor in why I enjoy my job.
Cons: Difficulty in re-hiring personnel after they leave; general compensation across company is low and thus causes feelings of employees "not being appreciated" which results in underlying tones of low morale. We are a manufacturer with globally-recognized winter sports products, and my role is in web department; constantly we run up against scenarios where we suggest opportunities or ways we can drive online sales and the CEO is not digitally-centric so we are constantly told "no".