Information Technology Specialist I (Business Analyst)
About the DFPI
The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) protects consumers and oversees financial service providers and products. The DFPI supervises the operations of state-licensed financial institutions, including banks, credit unions and money transmitters. Additionally, the DFPI licenses and regulates a variety of financial service providers, including securities brokers and dealers, investment advisers, payday lenders and other consumer finance lenders. The DFPI offers benefit packages, competitive salary, a robust training program and opportunities for advancement.
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST I
$5,960.00 - $9,931.00
# of Positions:
Sacramento or San Francisco
Permanent, Full Time
Job Description And Duties
The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation is recruiting for two permanent, full-time Information Technology Specialist I (ITS I) positions in the Information Technology Services Division. The Position will be located in either the Sacramento or San Francisco office. This recruitment may be used to fill subsequent vacancies of these positions within the next 180 days.
Under the general direction of the Application Development Manager, the information Technology Specialist I is responsible for performing complex business process analysis and studies for IT Software Development support of DFPI systems and applications. The incumbent independently performs a variety of tasks requiring subject matter expertise in Software Development Life Cycle, release management practices, and methodologies and Business analysis.
Final Filing Date: 10/18/2023
Applicants will need to take and pass the online ITS I exam/assessment to be eligible to apply for the ITS I position. Please visit: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/2PBBR.PDF
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.
Consider a rewarding and challenging career with the DFPI!
DFPI Website: www.dfpi.ca.gov