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Title: ETL Developer, Data Analytic Services

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Salary: $90,000 - $110,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

What the Division Does: The Technology Strategy Division is responsible for the advancement of data-driven policy and practices in the design, planning, procurement, and implementation of technology and innovation as it relates to MOCS' mission. Its current primary technology implementation is the PASSPort project.

What You Will Do: > Provide technical support for the administration and production of MOCS Informatica. Responsible for data loading and manipulation to ensure data sources are efficiently and effectively loaded into the data warehouse

> Work with Cognos to generate reports. Will need to enhance existing artifacts & troubleshoot

> Work closely with MOCS DAS application services and operations team on ETL development efforts including analysis and design of integration solutions, data and reporting needs of internal and external stakeholders, and enhancement related to applications and services

> Develop interface with external systems that exchange data with MOCS DAS database

> Assess legacy ETL procedures for logical / technical issues and work with Data Architect and Business System Lead to resolve issues

> Work with Business and Data Team members to help upgrade current infrastructure and systems

> Assist in the development of reporting interfaces by ensuring ETL procedures integrate properly with necessary dependent systems

> Tracking, analyzing and resolving trouble tickets

The Ideal Candidate:
> Client-focused, committed to rapid execution, strategic and flexible, and deeply committed to the mission of advancing greater equality and opportunity

> Strong Knowledge of XML technologies (XML, XSL, XSD)

> Ability to write complex ETL procedures using SQL / T-SQL. Experience working with complex SQL and its variations (such as PL/SQL) is an asset

> Hands on knowledge of SOA, PKI, web services, Enterprise Service Bus technologies

> Expertise with integration technologies and processes, enterprise data warehouse implementations and reporting tools, integrating multiple legacy and strategic systems

> Solid understanding of enterprise service bus concepts

> Knowledge of testing tools and techniques and executing test scripts to test performance of ETL procedures

Minimum Requirements:
BA degree; or diploma from a community college plus two years experience; or high school diploma or equivalent with four years experience; or satisfactory equivalent combination of these.

Apply Now! or search job ID 313658 here.

Title: Technical Enterprise Data Architect, Data Analytic Services

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Salary: $90,000 - $120,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

What the Division Does: The Technology Strategy Division is responsible for the advancement of data-driven policy and practices in the design, planning, procurement, and implementation of technology and innovation as it relates to MOCS' mission. Its current primary technology implementation is the PASSPort project.

What You Will Do: The Assistant Director will report to the Associate Director of Business Analysis and Quality Assurance in the Technology Strategy division, Office of the CTO.

MOCS has an opportunity for an experienced, customer-oriented Technical Enterprise Data Architect that will play an integral role in developing solution architectures for data management and analytics programs/projects in alignment to the enterprise data management and analytics architecture assets (including master data management, data quality, data warehousing, data integration, metadata management, enterprise data model, business intelligence, analysis, & reporting, diagnostic and predictive analytics, data virtualization, and change data capture) - principles, blueprints, patterns, standards, roadmaps, and best practices. Your key tasks will include:

> Gain a strong understanding of the City of New York’s current state and ensure that business and technical requirements for the new platform are achieved

> Demonstrate a high level of professionalism and customer service

> Design, document, configure and implement scalable software and systems to help ensure optimal security for all layers of the Cloud stack to satisfy the system requirements ranging from the lowest level (network fabric) through to the hardware, OS, Cloud hosting platform and on into the design, implementation and securing of higher level services such as the IaaS, PaaS and SaaS layers

> Integrate the Cloud Platform with the city’s Identity and Access Management systems (Active Directory & SSO) and leverage industry best practices for Authentication and Authorization

> Architect solutions to enable data discovery, self-service, dashboards and reports

> Define and build technical and data architectures within the City’s integrated data platform (including data and dimensional modeling)

> Work with many city agencies to consolidate data from current and legacy systems into one warehouse and business intelligence solution

> Collaborate with the application developers, ETL team, data modelers, and database administrators to ensure database performance, integrity and security

> Apply best practices for system implementation and business analyst standards to fast-paced end-to-end Citywide procurement implementation

> Contribute to the development of Accessibility Quality Assurance test philosophies and methodologies

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience with developing solutions for distributed architecture and management of large datasets using Hadoop and Spark or similar frameworks

> Experience with solutions that encompass algorithmic-based data processing technologies such as Splunk or ELK

> Experience with many types of database management systems (DBMS) such as relational or NoSQL (columnar, key-value, document store, etc.

> Analytical assistance and supervision, including quantitative and qualitative data analysis, the evaluation of best practices, and the identification and assessment of operational improvement opportunities at different agencies

> Understanding of complex SQL queries, inner and joins, and sub-queries

> Demonstrable and deep knowledge of Data Warehousing, ETL, Business Intelligence, Data Visualization tools and architecture

Minimum Requirements:
Master's degree in computer science and three years of experience using IT in computer applications programming or related area (including at least 18 months in an administrative, managerial or executive capacity); or a BA degree and four years of experience; or a high school diploma or its equivalent and six years experience; or a high school diploma and satisfactory equivalent work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 315278 here.

Title: Assistant Director, Tech Innovation & Solutions

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Salary: $80,000 – $100,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

What the Division Does: The Technology Strategy Division is responsible for the advancement of data-driven policy and practices in the design, planning, procurement, and implementation of technology and innovation as it relates to MOCS' mission. Its current primary technology implementation is the PASSPort project.

What You Will Do: The Assistant Director will report to the Associate Director of Business Analysis and Quality Assurance in the Technology Strategy division, Office of the CTO.

The Assistant Director will report to the Associate Director for Business Analysis and Quality Assurance in the Technology Strategy division, Office of the CTO. The successful candidate will focus on ensuring that business processes and supporting systems continue to meet business project stakeholder needs. This position is a senior-level, key liaison between the technical IT staff that implements business process management technology (BPMT)-based solutions and the line-of-business staff. The Assistant Director must balance the IT and business domains, implement quality assurance methods, and effectively communicate with all stakeholders. This position requires a detailed-oriented, hands-on manager who will drive the creation of process models, compose documentation and flowcharts, develop test cases, and help supervise the work of other business analysts, working with subject matter experts and analysts from a variety of backgrounds. Your key tasks will include:

> Assist in leading a team of business analysts and quality assurance analysts in the implementation of a large cloud-based system with many integrations to existing systems

> Plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and/or evaluate programs providing important services to the City’s vendor community

> Assist in leading managing a team to build and/or execute comprehensive automation scripts and manage testers doing the same

> Oversee the development and execution of test cases to validate products and software applications

> Compile and develop project documentation and templates, including standard forms; performing needs analysis; drafting new materials where needed; testing new materials/forms for usability; and publishing and maintaining tools/templates

> Research and compose briefs, documents, and memos on a variety of technology-related topics and policies

> Lead User Testing (UT) activities with internal and external stakeholders

> Apply best practices for system implementation and business analyst standards to fast-paced end-to-end Citywide procurement implementation

> Contribute to the development of Accessibility Quality Assurance test philosophies and methodologies

The Ideal Candidate:
> Excellent writing, technical and interpersonal skills

> Ability to interact with all levels of management and public

> At least 3-5 years of experience as a business analyst or quality assurance analyst

> At least 2-5 years managing a team of business analysts or quality assurance analysts

> Intermediate SQL skills (select, insert, update, joins, data types, subqueries/nested queries, etc.)

Minimum Requirements:
BA degree; or diploma from a community college plus two years experience; or high school diploma or equivalent with four years experience; or satisfactory equivalent combination of these.



Apply Now! or search job ID 318833 here.

Title: Intern, Technology Strategy Division

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Salary: Unpaid

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

What the Division Does: The Technology Strategy Division is responsible for the advancement of data-driven policy and practices in the design, planning, procurement, and implementation of technology and innovation as it relates to MOCS' mission. Its current primary technology implementation is the PASSPort project.

What You Will Do: The intern should be a hardworking, initiative-oriented person who is interested in learning more about technology management in a public-sector/government environment.

The ideal intern can operate independently in a sometimes high-stress environment, particularly when deadlines loom or major issues arise. He/she should have a team-oriented approach; excellent discretion and nuance in handling sensitive issues and external matters; extremely good attention to detail and accuracy; excellent writing skills; the ability to work independently; and a willingness to go “above and beyond” when circumstances dictate. Your key tasks will include:

> Project management support and coordination

> Provide project management support and assist the Tech Strategy leads to ensure that tasks are completed on-time and meet or exceed expectations

> Business and system analysis

> Data analysis using Microsoft Excel and other tools

> Create and deliver presentations

> Develop reports and dashboards

> System testing

> Research and compose briefs, documents, and memos on a variety of technology-related topics and policies

> Attend meetings and represent the team

> Compose and present documents and presentations, as needed

Use Design Thinking, Lean Six Sigma and other frameworks to solve problems and find efficiencies

>Work on special projects

>Handle light administrative duties as required

The Ideal Candidate:
> Technology experience

> Excellent writing, grammar and editing skills

> Ability to excel in a fast-paced environment and juggle multiple tasks at once

> A working knowledge of NYC government

Learning Outcomes:
The internship is structured for experienced undergraduate or graduate students interested in a tech-focused, technology management, project management or analyst position, especially in a government context.

At the end of the internship period, the intern will gain experience and insight into the software development lifecycle (SDLC), working on a large, cloud-based software application implementation in fast-paced, multi-stakeholder environment from a project management perspective.

Additional Information:
Number of hours/week: 15-20

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to: jobs@mocs.nyc.gov with “Intern, Technology Strategy” in the subject line.

Title: Analyst, Project Management Office

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Salary: $50,000 - $65,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

What the Division Does: The Technology Strategy Division is responsible for the advancement of data-driven policy and practices in the design, planning, procurement, and implementation of technology and innovation as it relates to MOCS' mission. Its current primary technology implementation is the PASSPort project.

What You Will Do: MOCS has an opportunity for an experienced, customer-oriented Tech Strategy Analyst to assist in overseeing the program implementation of the City of New York’s Citywide Procurement Innovation (”CPI”), a comprehensive web-based strategic e-sourcing and e-procurement system, that will be hosted in a cloud-based, software as a service (“SaaS”) environment. Your key tasks will include:

> Assist the Project Management Office with daily operations including software release and defect management, cross-team coordination, project documentation, project tracking and reporting.

> Provide project management support and assist the Tech Strategy leads to ensure that tasks are completed on-time and meet or exceed expectations.

> Work independently to solve problems that impact project delivery or PASSPort production support while maintaining high service and support levels to key stakeholders.

> Help establish and report on key metrics for success and monitor progress toward, and attainment of, assigned goals and activities.

> Leverage best practices to assist in determining areas where efficiencies can be gained or processes can be improved, especially through technology.

> Serve as Tier 2 / Level 2 point-of-contact (via telephone and email) for support issues

Minimum Requirements:
MA in computer science and 3 years relevant experience including time in a managerial role.

Apply Now! or search job ID 318117 here.

Title: Assistant Director, Enterprise Data Services

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Salary: $80,000 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

What the Division Does: The Technology Strategy Division is responsible for the advancement of data-driven policy and practices in the design, planning, procurement, and implementation of technology and innovation as it relates to MOCS' mission. Its current primary technology implementation is the PASSPort project.

What You Will Do: The Assistant Director will report to the Deputy CTO, Associate Director for Enterprise Data Services in the Technology Strategy division, Office of the CTO. The successful candidate will focus on managing complex technology-related projects, conducting detailed research on procurement patterns and trends, and analyzing City fiscal and procurement data, especially as part of the PASSPort project. The position requires strong skills in reporting, the ability to present to multiple stakeholders, including executive management, and critical thinking/analytical skills.

The ideal candidate will not only excel in their duties but also implement best practices in data collection, analytics, and enterprise-level reporting. Your key tasks will include:

> Lead data analytics team in development of analyses and reporting requirements across several Mayoral initiatives and policy requirements. Must have the ability to manage expectations, projects, and staff and develop creative solutions to complex problems.

> Developing detailed methodologies in order to allow successful projects to be transferred and automated by client agencies.

> Establish, track and manage project schedule/critical path activities, status reporting, and resource plan development to ensure enhancements are completed on time, on-schedule and within budget.

> Oversee staff and ensure team members understand project objectives, specifications, deliverables, timelines and tasks through ongoing clear, concise communication & motivation of project team members.

> Collaborate with and provide ongoing project updates to internal management to assure integration of project, company, and functional goals towards achieving project milestones and timetables.

> Manage the collection and analysis of data for procurement cycle time and other key procurement performance indicators, and with the preparation of required annual reports and updates.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Proven record of management of a data-oriented team working under ambitious timelines balancing multiple technology projects simultaneously.

> Ability to take initiative, prioritize duties, problem solve, work independently and within a team environment, pay close attention to detail, meet deadlines, work well under pressure and maintain an enthusiastic work ethic.

> Strong quantitative and problem-solving skills; experience with empirical methods and data analytics including working with large, complex micro - data sets, building applied statistics or econometrics models, and/or conducting research

Minimum Requirements:
MA in computer science and 3 years relevant experience including time in a managerial role.

Apply Now! or search job ID 317679 here.

Title: Manager, Tech-In-Residence Corps, Tech Talent Pipeline

Agency: Department of Small Business Services

Salary: $70,000-$80,000

What the Agency Does: The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) helps unlock economic potential and create economic security for all New Yorkers by connecting New Yorkers to good jobs, creating stronger businesses, and building a fairer economy in neighborhoods across the five boroughs.

What the Division Does: The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP) is the City of New York’s tech Industry Partnership, launched in 2014 by Mayor Bill de Blasio to support the growth of the NYC tech ecosystem by delivering quality jobs for New Yorkers and quality talent for the city’s businesses.

What You Will Do: The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline seeks a founding Manager to develop and implement the Tech-In-Residence Corps. This role will include working directly with companies, industry professionals, academic institutions, and the City to build a sustainable infrastructure for bringing industry expertise to campuses across the city. Your key tasks will include:

> Develop and execute a pilot program to bring tech industry professionals into the classroom

> Directly manage relationships with industry members of the Tech-In-Residence Corps

> Develop and deploy communications and marketing materials

> Support high-level events and reporting at the request of City Hall

> Hold partners accountable for delivering on established targets

> Gather feedback from stakeholders and develop recommendations

The Ideal Candidate:
> 5 - 10 years of experience, with at least two years in an external-facing role

> Demonstrated experience successfully mobilizing a diverse group of stakeholders towards a common goal

proven ability to provide excellent customer service to a diversity of clients and partners > Experience in planning, implementing, and managing initiatives or programs from inception to completion

> Excellent organization skills and impeccable attention to detail

> Exceptional communication and writing skills

> Outstanding analytical, problem-solving, creative thinking abilities; enterprising self-starter and team player

> Proven ability to work well under pressure and adapt quickly to change

> Knowledge of technology industry and understanding of NYC’s educational landscape strongly preferred

> Integrity, credibility, and a commitment to the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline mission

> Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint; Adobe InDesign a plus

Minimum Requirements:
5 years of experience, with at least two years in an external-facing role.

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Title: Engineering Hiring Manager, NYC Tech Talent Pipeline

Agency: Department of Small Business Services

Salary: $85,000 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) helps unlock economic potential and create economic security for all New Yorkers by connecting New Yorkers to good jobs, creating stronger businesses, and building a fairer economy in neighborhoods across the five boroughs.

What the Division Does: SBS’s Workforce Development Division supports New Yorkers connect to new careers and continue to advance through direct matching with employers and supporting training and other career development activities.

The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP), an initiative of the WDC, is the City of New York’s tech Industry Partnership, launched in 2014 by Mayor Bill de Blasio to support the growth of the NYC tech ecosystem by delivering quality jobs for New Yorkers and quality talent for the city’s businesses.

What You Will Do: The Engineering Hiring Manager will use an industry-informed assessment to help identify great candidates for upcoming entry-level opportunities with NYC’s tech employers, and assist individuals in becoming stronger candidates by providing feedback and guidance. Overall, this position will be instrumental in working closely with staff to continuously improve and lay the groundwork for a successful long-term service. Your key tasks will include:

> Use industry-informed assessment to evaluate candidates’ technical skill.

> Design and/or suggest tools and rubric to support evaluation of candidates’ technical skill.

> Provide feedback to candidates about strengths and areas for improvement.

> Continuously evaluate effectiveness of the assessment, create new content, provide recommendations for improvements, and lead implementation of any technical changes, as needed. The Workforce Development Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

> Collect and aggregate information for provision to training and education providers.

> Design and deliver workshops to help candidates improve their readiness for technical interviews.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Proficiency working in multiple coding languages; must be comfortable with leveraging core knowledge to review code in new or unfamiliar languages

> Ability to communicate technical ideas written and orally to a non-technical audience

> Experience creating, evaluating, and/or improving technical assessment tasks, for example by creating or iterating on coding challenges for software engineer candidates at a tech company

Minimum Requirements:
2 years' experience as software engineer, developer, or related role.

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Title: Technical Recruiter, NYC Tech Talent Pipeline

Agency: Department of Small Business Services

Salary: $65,000 - $75,000

What the Agency Does: The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) helps unlock economic potential and create economic security for all New Yorkers by connecting New Yorkers to good jobs, creating stronger businesses, and building a fairer economy in neighborhoods across the five boroughs.

What the Division Does: SBS’s Workforce Development Division supports New Yorkers connect to new careers and continue to advance through direct matching with employers and supporting training and other career development activities.

The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP), an initiative of the WDC, is the City of New York’s tech Industry Partnership, launched in 2014 by Mayor Bill de Blasio to support the growth of the NYC tech ecosystem by delivering quality jobs for New Yorkers and quality talent for the city’s businesses.

What You Will Do: The Technical Recruiter will source for candidates for upcoming positions, evaluate candidates’ non-technical skill set using an industry-informed assessment, and provide feedback to help candidates improve as needed. Overall, the Recruiter will be a key thought partner, working closely with staff to continuously improve and lay the groundwork for a successful long-term service. Your key tasks will include:

> Recruit and engage with talented New Yorkers seeking careers in tech.

> Develop and maintain partnerships with major sources of likely candidates, including tech training boot camps and CUNY schools.

The Workforce Development Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

> Coordinate assessments, interviews, training and coaching sessions with candidates, and meetings, feedback sessions, and debriefs with employers.

> Evaluate candidates’ non-technical skill using industry-informed assessment.

> Provide direct feedback and coaching to candidates regarding resume, writing skills, and interview skills to improve professional readiness.

> Collect and aggregate information for provision to training and education providers. > Continuously evaluate effectiveness of assessment process, provide recommendations for improvements as needed, and lead implementation of any non-technical changes needed.

> Design and deliver workshops to help candidates improve their professional readiness for roles in the tech field.

> Enter and track data to manage program participants and outcomes.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Organizational and operational prowess, including data management and creating processes/systems.

> Project management skills.

> A multi-tasker with the ability to prioritize multiple projects

> Strong written communication skills, including writing and editing/copy-editing the work of others

> Proven ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment.

Minimum Requirements:
2 years experience as a technical recruiter.

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Title: Implementation Manager, Tech Training

Agency: Department of Small Business Services

Salary: $55,000 - $65,000

What the Agency Does: The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) helps unlock economic potential and create economic security for all New Yorkers by connecting New Yorkers to good jobs, creating stronger businesses, and building a fairer economy in neighborhoods across the five boroughs.

What the Division Does: SBS’s Workforce Development Division supports New Yorkers connect to new careers and continue to advance through direct matching with employers and supporting training and other career development activities.

What You Will Do: The Implementation Manager will oversee a portfolio of high-profile pilot and second-stage tech training programs with a focus upon CUNY based programs. The Implementation Manager will develop and orchestrate a slate of programs that focus on providing individuals with career opportunities in tech via semester or year-long training courses and internships, as well as additional tech occupational training programs as assigned. Your key tasks will include:

> Lead the successful buildout and execution of new and expanded CUNY-based tech training programs > Design and manage all key contracts and budgets that support program training and placement initiatives

> Develop and use innovative program management tools to drive program delivery, co-creating any needed cross-team management systems

> Coordinate the work of key stakeholders, partners and staff throughout the training and placement pipeline

> Report program progress and outcomes, against set goals, to the Director of Implementation and other internal and external stakeholders

> Conduct quality assurance on all programs to ensure compliance with local and federal requirements, fidelity to program models, and learning acquisition and satisfaction of trainees, as needed

> In close coordination with the Director of Implementation, ensure training programs are responsive to tech employers’ workforce needs and provide viable career opportunities for trainees

> Conduct research to help the Director of Implementation in setting strategy and goals for individual programs and the entire tech training slate.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Exceptional and demonstrated program or project management skills

> Highly motivated self-starter who can take a top-line directive and turn it into an excellent work product quickly and with minimal supervision

> Proven ability to quickly identify challenges and develop and execute solutions in consensus-driven environment

> Excellent attention to detail with organizational skills

> Proven analytical, problem solving, and creative thinking abilities

> Superior communication and writing skills; ability to interface with a diversity of partners and manage highlevel relationships

> Integrity, credibility, and a demonstrated commitment to the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline’s mission and goals

> Can-do mentality and proven willingness to pitch in with all kinds of work as needed to get the job done

> Experience or understanding of developing workforce development policy and programs

> Willingness to learn about the NYC technology ecosystem, including employer demand for occupational skills and competencies

> Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, and Outlook

Minimum Requirements:
BA and 2 years of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 311950 here. View full listing and apply.

Title: Development Manager

Civil Service Title: Computer System Manager M-I

Agency: Mayor's Office of Contract Services

Salary: $110,000 - $120,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness. The Director is the City Chief Procurement Officer. Annually, agencies procure billions in products and services from a diverse pool of vendors that represent various industries. MOCS partners with industry groups to implement policies and tools that streamline and modernize procurement, resulting in the delivery of quality services to New Yorkers. Team members operate in a fast-paced, collaborative, service-oriented environment, where flexibility and ability to achieve results are valued.

What the Division Does: The Information Technology (IT) Division leverages technology to enable MOCS staff to streamline New York City's contracting process and is responsible for all aspects of technology operations.

What You Will Do: MOCS is recruiting one Development Manager who will have oversight and management responsibility for the development team. The development team consists of Java and ETL Developers whose purpose is to engage with the project business teams to troubleshoot, fix, test, develop new products and enhance the existing HHS Accelerator product. This position will play a lead strategic role in the intake process for new IT projects for the IT team to implement and contribute to the development of new IT strategies, products, and enhanced functionality to existing systems. Your key tasks will include:

> Hands-on work supporting the production and non-production J2EE WebLogic environments

> Managing and supporting IT product development staff

> Promoting best-practices, and fostering a spirit of excellence among team members

> Supporting senior team in strategic planning and IT project on boarding

> Coordinating business and technical requirements with product development and policy teams

> Overseeing the implementation of the technical solution, delivery of the technical designs, strategies, and quality assurance plans

> Establishing technology standards and strategy for project implementation

> Making strategic architecture and application technology decisions

> Researching and managing special technology projects and initiatives as assigned

> Overseeing monthly maintenance releases and all IT product development in coordination with internal and external technology partners

The Ideal Candidate:
> At least 3 years of experience managing development teams preferably using Agile/Scrum

> At least 5 years of experience developing Java/J2EE web-based applications

> Strong knowledge of SDLC, JAVA, J2SE, J2EE, JDK, XML/XSLT, CSS, JavaScript and AJAX, SQL, Spring MVC, Oracle WebLogic Portal or Oracle WebCenter Suite, WebLogic Application Server, WSRP and Portlet development, Oracle iPlanet Web Server, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, SiteMinder, Web Services, Messaging

> Experience using SQL Developer and SQL Plus

> Basic understanding of ETL processes and scheduled automated processes

Minimum Requirements:
A BA and four years of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 311950 here.

Title: DevOps Engineer

Civil Service Title: Computer System Manager M-I

Agency: Mayor's Office of Contract Services

Salary: $90,000 - $110,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness. The Director is the City Chief Procurement Officer. Annually, agencies procure billions in products and services from a diverse pool of vendors that represent various industries. MOCS partners with industry groups to implement policies and tools that streamline and modernize procurement, resulting in the delivery of quality services to New Yorkers. Team members operate in a fast-paced, collaborative, service-oriented environment, where flexibility and ability to achieve results are valued.

What the Division Does: The Information Technology (IT) Division leverages technology to enable MOCS staff to streamline New York City's contracting process and is responsible for all aspects of technology operations.

What You Will Do: Your key tasks will include:

> Hands-on work supporting the production and non-production J2EE WebLogic environments.

> Coordinate execution of break fixes in the production and non-production environments.

> Work with Project Managers to determine timelines and project tasks.

> Ensure deliverables from the internal and vendor development teams meet requirements.

> Engage with the development teams to provide production management support input for the design of new application builds.

> Provide support to QA during testing by monitoring servers and providing feedback. > Ensure team has proper information for deployment.

> Work with development team to ensure code matches server software stacks and specifications.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Has expertise in developing deployment templates for infrastructure automation tools such as Chef, Puppet or Ansible; Python, Perl or Unix Shell Scripting

> Experience administering and maintaining Linux OS servers, iPlanet Web Servers, Oracle WebLogic Application and Portal Servers, IBM FileNet P8

> Configuring SSO using SiteMinder with iPlanet/Oracle Weblogic Servers

> Integrating Novell eDirectory with Oracle WebLogic and FileNet Platform

> Familiarity with Oracle SQL queries

Minimum Requirements:
A BA and four years of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 309370 here.

Title: Quality Assurance Engineer

Civil Service Title: Computer System Manager M-I

Agency: Mayor's Office of Contract Services

Salary: $85,000 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness. The Director is the City Chief Procurement Officer. Annually, agencies procure billions in products and services from a diverse pool of vendors that represent various industries. MOCS partners with industry groups to implement policies and tools that streamline and modernize procurement, resulting in the delivery of quality services to New Yorkers. Team members operate in a fast-paced, collaborative, service-oriented environment, where flexibility and ability to achieve results are valued.

What the Division Does: The Information Technology (IT) Division leverages technology to enable MOCS staff to streamline New York City's contracting process and is responsible for all aspects of technology operations.

What You Will Do: The Quality Assurance Engineer will develop testing approach and scripts (both automated and manual) based on established standards and the analysis of design documentation and requirements. Your key tasks will include:

> Define automated test criteria, designs & develop the test automation framework and automate tests cases for all functionality that meets specified automation criteria

> Communicate automation priorities and status across the team

> Develop ETL and database automation scripts and help in load testing

>Create and/or contribute in the design of various testing deliverables and other project deliverables

>Manage testing process using an SDLC tracking system

> Work with developers and support teams to resolve defects and environment issues

The Ideal Candidate:
> At least 3-5 years of experience leading a test team on complex IT projects

> Experience creating automation framework using Java, Selenium, Cucumber

> Experience with Behavior-Driven-Development (BDD)

> Experience creating automated testing scripts for both functional and performance testing

> Experience using Jenkins for Continuous Integration, Development, and Deployment

Minimum Requirements:
A BA and four years of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 309353 here.

Title: Java Developer

Civil Service Title: Computer System Manager M-I

Agency: Mayor's Office of Contract Services

Salary: $100,000 - $120,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies, with a goal to ensure fairness, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness. The Director is the City Chief Procurement Officer. Annually, agencies procure billions in products and services from a diverse pool of vendors that represent various industries. MOCS partners with industry groups to implement policies and tools that streamline and modernize procurement, resulting in the delivery of quality services to New Yorkers. Team members operate in a fast-paced, collaborative, service-oriented environment, where flexibility and ability to achieve results are valued.

What the Division Does: The Information Technology (IT) Division leverages technology to enable MOCS staff to streamline New York City's contracting process and is responsible for all aspects of technology operations.

What You Will Do: The Java Developer will create technical/application design specifications, do hands-on coding, build and deploy the code in lower environments, and complete unit testing and troubleshooting application issues and fixes. Your key tasks will include:

> Developing/updating deployment scripts

> Assisting in setting up build environments

> Identifying development tasks and providing the level of effort to complete the tasks

> Responsible for creating unit tests and unit test results reports

> Contributing to new technology projects as assigned and provide operations & maintenance support for existing Applications

The Ideal Candidate:
> At least 3-5 years of experience developing Java/J2EE web-based applications.

> Strong knowledge of SDLC, JAVA, J2SE, J2EE, JDK, XML/XSLT, CSS, JavaScript and AJAX, SQL, Spring MVC, Oracle WebLogic Portal or Oracle WebCenter Suite, WebLogic Application Server, WSRP and Portlet development, Oracle iPlanet Web Server, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, SiteMinder, Web Services, Messaging.

> Experience using SQL Developer and SQL Plus.

> Understand complex Business Processes and Business Rules.

> Exceptional knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Visio; outstanding collaboration, team building and problem-solving skills.

Minimum Requirements:
A BA and four years of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 311990 here.

Title: Windows System Administrator

Civil Service Title: RESEARCH PROJECTS COOR(MA)-MGR

Agency: Mayor's Office of Contract Services

Salary: $70,000-$95,000

What the Agency Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) is a Procurement and Technology Innovation Center that works with City agencies, vendors and community-based organizations. Our vision is to support the City by building partnerships, creating opportunities, and driving high-quality procurement.

What the Division Does: The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) Chief Information Office (CIO) is responsible for all aspects of technology for the agency. This includes end user desktop support, VOIP, network infrastructure, messaging, email, file, web, and database servers, and server virtualization. The CIO Unit collaborates with various mayoral agencies to implement wireless policy and procedures and develop secure tools/applications for use by multiple agencies. The CIO Unit also partners with other units at MOCS to develop tools and applications that streamline processes, measure performance/metrics and increase productivity.

What You Will Do: Your key tasks will include:

> Provide Windows server support for both physical and virtual windows servers at various locations by troubleshooting and resolving user problems, rebuilding user profiles, hardware deployment, monitoring issues, hardware issues, OS issues, disk space, antivirus, and software installation

> Manage the Active Directory (AD) infrastructure and collaborate with various teams to ensure it integrates seamlessly with all components including network, security, messaging and remote access, and virtualized computing environments with MOCS infrastructure

> Document and maintain a complete inventory of Agency hardware and software assets

> Participate in the entire lifecycle (planning, deployment, maintenance) of critical IT services

> Perform analysis concerning the MOCS IT operations

> Analyze, support and administer existing Windows based systems and provide troubleshooting strategies

> Assist in the ongoing deployment of server class hardware and software; provide technical support, troubleshooting, diagnosis and problem resolution and maintenance

> Diagnoses and resolves end-user issues regarding server, printers, PC hardware, email, Internet, VPN and local area network access

The Ideal Candidate:
> Self-motivated individual with excellent communication and interpersonal skills

> Capability to work independently and as part of a team

> Good analytical and problem solving skills

> Experience managing production Windows servers used to support multiple mission-critical initiatives

> Working knowledge of the AirWatch MDM or and equivalent enterprise grade Mobile Device Management software

> Troubleshooting hardware and software problems over the phone or on-site

Minimum Requirements:
A BA degree and three years of full-time experience or a certificate from an accredited technical school with a specialization in computer operations and two years of full-time experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 291723 here.

Title: Project Manager

Civil Service Title: Business Promotion Coordinator

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics

Salary: $62,671/$72,072 - $80,000

What the Agency Does: The mission of the Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics (MODA) is to deliver actionable insight and quantitative support to New York City through data analytics. Through analytics and subject matter expertise, we aim to support more efficient and effective delivery of services to New Yorkers for greater equity, safety and quality of life; and grow and advance data analytics throughout the City.

What You Will Do: You will focus on handling special projects and initiatives as identified by the Chief Analytics Officer and the Deputy Chief Analytics Officer and support the creation and implementation of analytics pilot projects and cross-agency data sharing programs aimed at growing analytics capacity citywide Develop and fulfill project protocols, processes, and documentation, facilitate the exchange of best practices citywide, and establish relationships with external partners in City government, the technology sector and academic institutions to understand to build opportunities for collaboration around data. You will coordinate with MODA analysts, agency partners, and key outside stakeholders to ensure the successful execution of projects and provide in-depth technical expertise for both tactical and operational initiatives.

Your key tasks will include:

> Actively assist in the identification and definition of MODA project scope and objectives.

> Establishing and managing governance structures(s), involving IT, third party or external resources as required.

> Ensure that MODA projects are delivered on-time and within scope to ensure projects deliver value to the office and the City.

The Ideal Candidate:
> An experienced Senior Level Manager with internal and external stakeholders and constituencies.

> A master of design and implementation of pilot projects, human-centered design, and/or research methods and design.

> A driven problem-solver with substantial interest and curiosity regarding the policy and operations of the City of New York.

Minimum Requirements:
A BA and one year of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 232886 here.









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Complex Challenges


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