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.)

Data Entry I Operator

The primary functions of the position are to follow the appropriate job documentation in keying or verifying the financial, statistical, personal, and payroll data from the source documents into machine-readable media.

Civil Service
Data Processing Control Clerk II

The essential functions of this position are to: (1) supervise and participate in the review and control of the input and output data to ensure timeliness, accuracy, and completeness of all production and/or test jobs processed at the State’s centralized computer facility; (2) oversee the sub-unit’s operation to include the automation of production job schedules and coordination of activities to ensure adequate staffing resources; (3) coordinate with client agencies in ensuring the submittal of source data are according to processing schedules; (4) investigate and take corrective action regarding discrepancies and/or inaccuracies of the input and output data; (5) maintain and control a variety of ledgers, control logs and files, work libraries, source libraries, and job control libraries; and (6) assist the Computer Operations Scheduler in creating magnetic tape data sets and in the daily operation of the S & C Unit on a 24- hour-a-day basis.

Civil Service
HR Manager

This position is responsible to provide support and oversee ETS Human Resources activities.

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IT Band B (Database Analyst)

The position is responsible for providing expertise in information security and access management systems.

Civil Service Apply
IT Band B (Network Analyst)

Serves as technical expert to support the management, maintenance, and security of the State’s communication networks, related cabling infrastructure, and associated components of network and cyber security equipment hardware, software and transmission facilities. Communication networks include networks supporting data, voice over IP (VoIP), video, and images. Positions available on Oahu and Kauai.

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Network Architect

This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining the network infrastructure to ensure the integrity of a high availability infrastructure to provide maximum performance.

Non-Civil Service
Office Assistant III

The primary purpose of this position is to provide clerical support services for the Network Control Unit. The Network Control Unit provides technical support and expertise to ensure the proper functioning of the voice, data, radio and video communications systems and networks in State government, and to provide telephone directory services for the State Civic Center Complex.

Civil Service
System Analyst Lead

Responsible for the business analysis, system design development, implementation, enhancement, functional and technical support for the PeopleSoft financial environment, that includes interfaces with other applications utilized within the organization.

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Technical Analyst

The Technical Analyst is located in the Program Management Branch.  The position 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.  The position works with a technical team to solve functional issues, writes and reviews technical design documents, and makes recommendations to functional design documents, training manuals and other necessary documentation.

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Web Architect I

The position serves as the technical expert 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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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.