Agencies looking for managers, architects, specialists for a variety of roles
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A variety of high-tech positions are being recruited by state departments and agencies, including those dealing with technology, transportation, and health.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has started recruiting for three IT Specialist III positions:
- Product manager, who will work as a member of the Digital Transformation Matrix team, a “cross-functional cohesive unit,” according to the job posting. The product manager is responsible for identifying user needs and researching IT systems accordingly, as well as “creating a rational set of requirements that guide the analysis of alternative solutions, design approaches and cost estimates. costs “. The role requires expertise with data systems and an understanding of state IT project planning procedures. The product manager “is the person responsible for defining the why, when and what of the product that the engineering team builds from design, launch and improvement,” the post said. More details on the role and requirements are available in the announcement and statement of duty. The position has a monthly salary range of $ 8,488 to $ 11,375, and the application deadline is October 8.
- Product architect, whose main role is “to develop concepts and theories for enterprise architecture”, indicates the job posting. The product architect will be “responsible for the development of prototypes to test the viability of the concepts and strategies for modernizing the technology platform and business applications of DMV.” The product architect acts as a liaison between DMV’s digital transformation manager, suppliers and IT staff. The product architect is responsible for overseeing the projects and activities carried out by the department’s digital transformation office. The position has a monthly salary range of $ 8,488 to $ 11,375, and the application deadline is October 8. More details are available in the statement of functions.
- Cloud architect, who is “responsible for designing the DMV cloud policy, strategy, vision and structure for new technology systems, overseeing the implementation of cloud management programs and liaising with the development team, ”says the job posting. “The cloud architect works with different entities to design solutions that meet evolving business needs and bills that impact DMV modernization products and services, ensuring alignment with the overall strategic plan, goals and l target architecture of the company. … The cloud architect has extensive decision-making power and leads the most critical / complex projects. Responsibilities at this level include developing the enterprise architecture, providing strategic and tactical technical leadership, and cross-domain expertise at a deep technical level. More information about the position is available in the mission statement. The position has a monthly salary range of $ 8,488 to $ 11,375, and the application deadline is October 8.
The California Department of Technology is recruiting to fill a IT Specialist II position. The specialist “acts as a master-level software technical support specialist working with a team of highly trained professionals to support the hardware and operating system components of a zSystem and client / server computing environment,” the specialist says. ‘job offer. Tasks will include “the installation, maintenance, testing, monitoring and tuning of software products from the most complex z / OS and z / VM vendors and other software products from third-party vendors and / or software products to general use in these IT environments ”. The specialist will also develop and maintain interfaces and customized online and / or batch outputs to the software. The position has a monthly salary range of $ 7,700 to $ 10,318, and the application deadline is October 16. More information is available in the statement of functions.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is seeking a senior product manager (IT Specialist II) to leverage ‘project management practices and tools for various system development lifecycle (SDLC) methods (such as waterfall and agile) throughout the maintenance and maintenance lifecycle. exploitation ”, indicates the job posting. Responsibilities and activities include “developing and sharing tools, processes, techniques and best practices when managing projects; manage the acquisitions of IT contracts and the resulting contracts; ensure that vendor management practices are established and followed, ”and oversee vendors to ensure high quality service delivery. In addition, the product manager will have a role in training project management teams on various aspects of project management. The manager “will perform tasks in organizational governance, processes, functions, skills, resources, measures and tools necessary to ensure the continuity of IT services,” the statement said. More details about the role are available in the duty statement. The position has a monthly salary range of $ 7,700 to $ 10,318, and the application deadline is October 15.
The Office of Systems Integration is recruiting for a functional business analyst (IT Specialist I) to “work independently and lead major projects to provide functional analysis support for the California Healthcare Eligibility, Enrollment and Retention System (CalHEERS) project,” the job posting reads. “The IT Specialist I is responsible for leading efforts to support the business and technical systems development interface requirements to ensure the successful implementation of the CalHEERS system. “Tasks may include accessing information systems containing protected registrant information, including federal tax information, protected health information, and personally identifiable information. »More details about the position are available in the statement of duty. The analyst position has a monthly salary range of $ 5,815 to $ 9,408, and the application deadline is October 4.
The Employment Development Department is looking for a IT systems analyst (IT Specialist I) to work with customers and technical staff to “identify and define issues, problems and business requirements”, according to the job posting. “The analyst will create and manage project schedules, facilitate and document meetings, create and deliver presentations and communications to all levels of staff and management. The analyst performs research and analysis to create reports and technical documentation (and) … sort system problems, analyze incident requests and legislation, collaborate with developers and testers on changes to applications, coordinates and tracks project tasks to completion and improves business processes. More details are available in the duty statement. The position has a monthly salary range of $ 5,815 to $ 9,408, and the application deadline is October 5th.