IT Positions in Recruitment

The Office of Enterprise Technology Services is currently seeking applicants to fill the diverse array of positions listed below. (This page is continually updated. Please check back frequently for the latest updates.)

Enterprise Architect
Develop and maintain an enterprise architecture roadmap for the State of Hawaii. This involves the development and implementation processes for the review of projects and initiatives that are aligned to and comply with the enterprise architecture requirements, e.g., to produce tangible technology solutions/alternatives to meet line of business objectives; and provide analytical and systematic determinations by focusing on business processes first, prior to selecting an appropriate solution and specific technologies to address identified business challenge.
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Cyber Security Manager
Responsible for the development and management of information security (IS) and information assurance (IA) programs which includes the security operations center (SOC).
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Cyber Security Engineer
Responsible to unify systems engineering, operational security, software engineering and acquisition to aid in the development of a secure system.
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ETS Human Resources Assistant
Responsible to provide support to the ETS Personnel Specialist in providing transactional support in processing personnel changes and monthly, quarterly vacancy reports and maintenance of all personnel files and databases to include Employee Personnel Action Reports and training records.
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ETS Accountant
This position is in the ETS Administrative Services Office and is responsible for maintaining all general and capital improvement funds involving two separate accounting segments.
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Technical Analyst
Works with project teams and internal business clients and is responsible for implementing analytical and systematic approaches to ensure systems are implemented successfully and that business requirements are met.
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IT Band B (Telecom/Wireless Network)
The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a technical expert supporting the design, management, operation, and maintenance of the State’s radio data communication and radio communication networks and the facility infrastructure that supports these systems.  Included are both wired and wireless infrastructures owned by the State as well as those provided by contracted vendors and collaborating partner agencies.
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IT System Analyst (Band B)
Identifies complex inter-/intra-departmental problems; evaluates existing systems and technologies, cost and time constraints; and recommends most effective solution for systems design.
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IT Telecom/Wireless Network (Band B)
Responsible for providing technical expertise in support of the management and maintenance of the state’s wireless communication networks.
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Network Administrator
Supports network data communications, digital voice and video infrastructure. Monitors network infrastructure for performance and availability. Provides maintenance and support, as required, and router and switching infrastructure support.
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Web Architect II
Serves as the technical expert and supervises subordinate positions involved in web development. The essential functions assigned to the position include: web development with emphasis on the server-side frameworks; interaction between the server-side frameworks, the web server, and the database system; website functionality and back-end systems; troubleshooting, monitoring, and tuning the performance of the supported web applications and sites; security and information architecture of the web platform; and administering policies and procedures for web development.
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Enterprise Project Special Assistant
Responsible to support project management and staff by defining and documenting key policies, preparing program charter documents, and create documentation to support managerial oversight and communication with external stakeholders. The position is responsible for the coordination of training and organizational change management activities.
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Enterprise PeopleSoft Development Lead
Responsible for PeopleSoft system development and administration across the enterprise. Closely evaluates opportunities and monitors the operational environment to ensure best practice methodology and procedures. Collaborates with business users and other stakeholders to gather requirements and follow the standard software development life cycle; and assist in the creation, documentation, implementation, and maintenance of computing standards and procedures for application development.
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Payroll Testing Lead
Will evaluate, direct and guide modifications and enhancements to standardize the payroll administration and time and attendance system to maximize delivered functionality within those modules. Additionally, the Payroll Testing Lead will establish a knowledge management basis that provides for enterprise standardization of nomenclature, processes, documentation and testing procedures to assure quality and accuracy across the system and related systems and will also further establish the required knowledge base to ensure operations and maintenance of the systems are efficiently managed to effectively service the state.
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DHRD WebsiteInterested in other state job opportunities?

These and other state job announcements are also accessible on the Department of Human Resources Development (DHRD) website, which has links to help locate job openings within the state executive branch (excluding the Department of Education and non-civil service positions with the University of Hawaii) as well as tools to apply for job openings online through the NeoGov application.