Information Technology Specialist I
Remote Work is available with only 1-2 days per month of physical presence in the office required. When physical presence is required, employees are responsible for travel expenses to their office site. Additional Hybrid Telework and Alternative Work Week Schedules are also available.
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The Information Technology Specialist (ITS) is in the Software Engineering Domain. The incumbent supports the Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI), Data Management Group’s (DMG) most technically complex operational, analytical, and administrative processes, enterprise information management, California Health and Human Services (CHHS) Open Data Portal, and the evaluation of program performance.
The incumbent is an enterprise information management data and technical specialist for leading the most complex efforts of governing, developing, managing, and delivering enterprise information to meet organizational goals while understanding and supporting customer needs.
The incumbent leverages Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) tools; Master Data Management (MDM) tools; database administration tools, data and information management tools; and business intelligence analysis and reporting tools. The incumbent is a lead member of project teams utilizing Agile and other development methodologies. The incumbent leads in developing and validating new and established systems architecture and data models, fully utilizing data quality and governance standards to support the most complex data lifecycles and managing the most complex data linkages while identifying anomalies and problematic data patterns.
Training and Development (T&D) assignments may be considered for this position. T&D assignments are temporary assignments made for the purposes of providing career advancement opportunities to prepare permanent civil service employees for future promotions into new occupational fields.
Do you have the following education or experience?
Two years as an Information Technology Associate; or
Four years of general information technology experience performing technical and/or analytical tasks for computer systems or services in any of the six domains or emerging information technology fields; or
120 semester units (or 180 quarter units) from an accredited college or university including at least 15 semester units (or 22.5 quarter units) of information technology or closely related course work; or
Any equivalent combination of experience and education.
When using education to meet minimum qualifications, education must include the specified IT or closely related course work.
If so, you may meet the minimum qualifications. Apply today!