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The Office of Technology Services is an end-to-end IT shop that supports many sectors within the executive branch of state government, and we are always looking for motivated professionals to help support information technology services across all areas of expertise.
OTS fosters careers in areas such as application development, incident management, systems administration, core infrastructure management, communications services, networking, program management and mass mail/print operations.
Our agency offers many benefits and provides opportunities for its employees; not only do they work in an exciting, innovative field, but they also have plenty of potential for advancement.
Current Job Openings
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|Job Title||Closing Date||Additional Information|
|IT Statewide Applications Architect||June 09, 2023||Directs the development and design of highly complex applications in their assigned program area. Collaborates with OTS leadership on organizational initiatives and continuous improvement efforts. Creates, adopts and enables the use of technology standards; researches and remains informed of new technologies and development tools in line with the OTS Technology Stack. Provides leadership, advice, training and mentorship to team members and other staff on current best practices around software development and delivery.|
|IT Statewide Applications Developer 1/2/3/4 (AppDM DCFS 2059, 2225, 84819, 129684, 146186, 185677, 5)||Continuous|
|IT Statewide Applications Developer 1/2/3/4 (AppDM DOA 50369528, 141650)||June 07, 2023||Designs, codes, compiles, tests, debugs, modifies and documents new or existing programs within accepted standards, procedures and guidelines. Defines data elements, identifies and programs required modifications to database schemas, database interfaces and system interfaces. Assists in analyzing requests for changes to determine the impact on programs. Defines technical approach for approved enhancements, develops technical specifications for change requests and assists in the setting of priorities for the changes. Identifies, investigates, and provides solutions for production application problems. This involves working with other IT staff, supervisors, or end users in analyzing problems and issues, developing and evaluating alternatives to determine best solution and performing necessary technical functions required to eliminate problem source.|
|IT Statewide Applications Senior Developer 1/2/3 (AppDM DOA 50445955, 50399532)||June 07, 2023||Serves as lead worker for the design, development, and implementation of change requests or applications. Supervises technical activities associated with supporting applications. Serves as a technical expert on specific applications, which includes such activities as: answering highly complex questions pertaining to its programming or operation, and serving as a liaison to user agencies, OTS management and staff, and any vendor staff concerning application problems and issues.|
|IT Statewide Systems Technician 1/2/3/4 (DW)||Continuous||May perform root cause analysis and reporting. Participates in administering the service management system and all device configuration management including device centralized imaging, software distribution, inventory, security and threat management, device patch and policy management, user profile management, network printing systems, user and computer account management, and security group management activities in addition to other backend systems in use by the End User Computing organization.|
|IT Statewide Systems Technician 1/2/3/4 (EUC-TS)||June 10, 2023||The primary role of this position will be the troubleshooting and reporting of service solutions in the area of voice and data networking services, including but not limited to: local and wide-area network services, routers, switches, IP based services, and other complex lines of services offered by OTS. The hardware to be supported includes a variety of brands, models and form factors that are in use across the state.|
|OTS Statewide Printing Consultant 1/2/3/4 (DOA/OTS/PSS #1616)||June 02, 2023||Liaises with customers to receive, review, standardize, record, and execute requests statewide for advanced printing and mailing services. Provides subject matter expertise to customers, agencies, and other stakeholders in response to requests statewide for complex printing, mailing, and related consumer communications services, including by consulting with respect to specifications for standardized print requests. Creates work orders using an electronic system to initiate processing and to facilitate billing of requests for print and mail services by applying specialized knowledge of relevant consumer communications technologies, state and agency data entry and recordkeeping policies, and applicable federal and state laws and regulations. Prepares and provides to and liaises with customers regarding estimates and binding quotations for advanced requests for print and mail services. Provides instruction to lower-level printing consultants on using an electronic job ticketing and recording system. In accordance with established agency procedures, directs the procurement of requests for print or mail services either to the OTS centralized print and mail facility, or to a third-party contractor. Works to ensure the most cost-effective production methods are employed for all requests for print and mail services.|
|Project Manager (IT Statewide Program Manager 1/2/3, PMO 50489319)||June 05, 2023||Performs program management duties for highly complex information technology initiatives by applying project management methodology software development, quality assurance, scope assessment, and risk assessment in order to ensure the successful implementation of supported projects. Manages and assigns duties and tasks to the project team and other OTS resources as required by the project work plan. Facilitates project role and project tasks with other OTS verticals. Meets with management at the Department level to coordinate successful project implementation and completion including Undersecretaries, directors, budget, program leaders, and IT leadership. May exercise functional supervision over multi-disciplined project teams; suggests changes to the team structure to better suit individual project needs. Performs program and project management and administrative functions by establishing goals, project plans, objectives, and overall direction for the team. Performs administrative functions including budget tracking and projections, project resource interviews, selection, onboarding and time tracking.|