IT Positions in Recruitment

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These and other state job announcements are also accessible on the Department of Human Resources Development’s 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.

Join the State of Hawaii’s technology team!

Led by Chief Information Officer (CIO) Todd Nacapuy, the Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) provides governance for executive branch IT projects and seeks to identify, prioritize and advance innovative initiatives with the greatest potential to increase efficiency, reduce waste, and improve transparency and accountability in state government. ETS also supports the management and operation of all state agencies by providing effective, efficient, coordinated and cost-beneficial computer and telecommunication services such that state program objectives may be achieved.

ETS is currently seeking applicants for the following positions:

Civil Service

  • 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. Leads system integration testing, interface development, conversion activities, interaction between systems and other system implementation tasks. Works with users under general supervision and is able to handle all complex technical aspects of system analysis. May oversee activities of lower level employees in the department or supervise resources on special projects. Apply here
  • IT Telecom/Wireless Network (Band B) – This position is responsible for providing technical expertise in support of the management and maintenance of the State’s wireless communication networks. Apply here

Non-Civil Service

  • Web Architect I & II – These positions serve as technical experts in web development. The essential functions assigned 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. Apply here
  • ETS Account Clerk – This position is located in the ETS Administrative Services Office and provides account clerical support related to fiscal activities, e.g., accounting, purchasing, and vendor payments. The position has responsibility for the maintenance of ETS’ accounts subsidiary ledgers and providing financial information in administering and reporting on ETS activities. Apply here

The following non-civil service positions will serve the Enterprise Payroll and Time and Attendance Modernization (HawaiiPay) project led by the Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) in coordination with the Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS). The project team is responsible for directing the transition to a modernized system by leveraging existing data integration from departments and jurisdictions.

  • Project Manager (Payroll) — The Project Manager directs the transition to the modernized system by leveraging existing data integration from departments and jurisdictions. In subsequent phases of the payroll and time and attendance implementation, the Project Manager will closely evaluate opportunities to enable workflow and process automation and business process re-engineering where possible to leverage expanded and enhanced functionality available and delivered in the new payroll and time and attendance systems. The Project Manager will evaluate, direct and guide modifications and enhancements to the enterprise solution to standardize the payroll administration and time and attendance system to maximize delivered functionality within those modules for the state’s benefit. Apply here
  • Payroll Testing Lead — The 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. Apply here
  • Payroll Analyst — During all phases of the system design, implementation, testing, training and transition to go-live status, the Payroll Analyst will work to analyze business processes, workflows, calculation routines and system functionality to ensure that payroll processing accurately represents the state’s rules, parameters and policies across all state jurisdictions. The Payroll Analyst will also work directly with payroll stakeholders to ensure that they are well-prepared for the various release and deployment cycles. Apply here
  • Organizational Change Coordinator — During all phases of the system design, implementation, testing, training and transition to go-live status, the Organizational Change Coordinator will work to ensure that the appropriate communications, information and program materials are provided to the appropriate stakeholder group across the state enterprise. The Organizational Change Coordinator will also coordinate efforts with the training and testing leads to ensure that key payroll stakeholders are well-prepared for the various release and deployment cycles. Apply here

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