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.)
|SYSTEMS ANALYST LEAD
The Systems Analyst Lead is a senior level specialist responsible for the business analysis, systems design, development, implementation, enhancement, and functional and technical support for the People Soft financial environment that includes interfaces with other applications utilized within the organization. The incumbent works in partnership with IT staff and operational teams and collaborates with other managers with regard to work status and any IT problems or concerns. The position plays a key role in bridging the needs of the functional users with the technical capabilities of the system(s).
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|ETS ACCOUNT CLERK
The ETS Administrative Services Office provides administrative and clerical support services to the professional staff. Support services include: 1) clerical support such as drafting and finalizing documents for the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and senior management staff signatures, processing of requests for appropriate approval, and maintaining files including ETS’s legislative bills, correspondence, and fiscal records; and 2) administrative support such as developing the budget, expenditure planning, managing fiscal operations, reviewing reorganizations, and coordinating activities for the accounting and processing of purchases, payments, and related budget and fiscal matters.
|PAYROLL FUNCTIONAL MANAGER
The Payroll Functional Manager (PFM) will serve the Payroll and Time and Attendance Modernization Program initiative that is being jointly led by DAGS and ETS. The position is responsible to direct the transition to a modernized system by leveraging existing data integration from departments and jurisdictions. In subsequent phases of the system implementation, the PFM will closely evaluate opportunities to leverage existing PeopleSoft Human Resources Management functionality currently available (Executive Branch, Judiciary and University of Hawaii) to enable workflow and process automation for employee transactions to payroll transactions in a timely and accurate manner. The PFM 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.
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.