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Title: Director of Technology Development

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Technology team members develop new applications and maintains citywide, enterprise products. The team leverages existing City technology assets and systems, and also works in an agile, iterative way to build new digital services, collaborating closely with the Design and Data teams.

What You Will Do: The Director of Technology Development leads the vision, strategy, and execution of digital service development. S/he partners closely with the Design and Data teams to deliver human-centered, data-driven digital services that are continuously improved and updated to meet the needs of all users and City stakeholders. The Director oversees the long term strategy for technology support while also bringing new technologies and tools to bear on priority anti-poverty initiatives. Your key tasks will include:

> Deliver first in class digital services that meet user and City needs.

> Build and lead a small team of application developers and system administrators to create quality deliverables and services using Agile methodology.

> Guide the technical direction and strategy for the organization, including development for digital and service innovation projects.

> Define the strategy and business priorities for technology solutions, making sure that services are fully supported by the right architectures and systems.

> Lead and advocate for IT and digital systems that support how the City does business now and in the future.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Commitment to the mission of advancing greater equality and opportunity.

> Experience in systems development lifecycle (SDLC) and Agile project delivery.

> Understanding of the City’s technical environment and experience working closely with DoITT or public IT infrastructure.

> Direct experience developing budgets, preferably in government environments.

Minimum Requirements:
MS and 7 years relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title: Infrastructure Manager

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Technology team members develop new applications and maintains citywide, enterprise products. The team leverages existing City technology assets and systems, and also works in an agile, iterative way to build new digital services, collaborating closely with the Design and Data teams.

What You Will Do: The Director of IT Operations manages a team of systems administrators whose purpose is to ensure that all applications are optimized and maintain high application up time. The Director of IT Operations will also assume a strategic role in the intake process for new projects to implement. S/he plays an important role in overseeing critical infrastructure upgrades necessary to maintain and expand on existing products and to contribute to data integration initiatives, including service alerts and analysis to promote coordinated cross-agency case management and client care. Your key tasks will include:

> Lead work groups to develop enterprise IT standards and oversee the execution and adherence to enterprise standards.

> Become the resident expert on Citywide technology policies as established and disseminated by DoITT.

> Oversee support of the production and non-production environments.

> Oversee the management, support and maintenance of our technology portfolio.

> Manage team responsible for system administration and infrastructure, product deployment and quality assurance, including off-hour support.

> Lead a team to ensure that all technical systems and processes function effectively and accomplish the goals around design and data integration.

> Build strong relationships with the City’s centralized IT agency (DoITT) to coordinate successful deployments and ongoing support of our technologies on the City’s shared services platform.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Commitment to the mission of advancing greater equality and opportunity.

> Understanding of the City’s technical environment and experience working closely with DoITT or public IT infrastructure.

> Direct experience developing and managing software and resource procurements

> Experience in systems development lifecycle and strong understanding of information technology systems development, project management, and maintenance practices.

Minimum Requirements:
MS and 7 years relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title:Back End Developer

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Technology team members develop new applications and maintains citywide, enterprise products. The team leverages existing City technology assets and systems, and also works in an agile, iterative way to build new digital services, collaborating closely with the Design and Data teams.

What You Will Do: As part of the Technology Development Team, the Back End Developer manages the interchange of data between the server and the end user interface. S/he will manage the development of all server-side logic, definition and integration to ensure high performance and responsiveness to requests from the front end. Your key tasks will include:

> Integration of user-facing elements developed by front end developers with server side logic.

> Develop and implement web services and APIs.

> Setup and manage hosting environments including database administration and scaling an application to support load changes; work with the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT), the City's centralized technology organization, as required.

> Collaborate with designers, product managers and other technology development team members on prototyping and user testing efforts.

> Coordinate development efforts with internal and vendor teams.

> Implement security and data protection protocols in accordance with citywide security policies.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Proficient knowledge of a server-side programming language like Java, C#, .NET, Ruby, Python, Javascript, PHP.

> Proficient knowledge of most common databases include Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, etc.

> Experience working with cloud computing integration such AWS, Azure or private cloud environments.

> Understanding accessibility and security compliance including user authentication and authorization between multiple systems, servers, and environments.

> Experience and knowledge of Content management system (CMS) development, deployment, and maintenance.

Minimum Requirements:
BA and three to five years relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title:Full Stack Developer

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Technology team members develop new applications and maintains citywide, enterprise products. The team leverages existing City technology assets and systems, and also works in an agile, iterative way to build new digital services, collaborating closely with the Design and Data teams.

What You Will Do: The full stack developer will work closely with design, data and technology team members to enhance and expand our current products and create new digital services. S/he should have strong development skills to make tools that are human-centered and help make complex information easy to understand. Your key tasks will include:

> Building dynamic, responsive web-based applications including informational sites, transactional applications, and dashboards.

> Collaborating with design team members on prototyping and user testing.

> Understanding business and policy needs and helping translate those needs to a technology solution.

> Working with content APIs and web services.

> Project management, including developing and maintaining project plans and other documents, managing and coordinating project elements, reviewing agency and interagency work products, and ensuring efficient progress on implementation.

> Identification and assessment of operational improvement opportunities at different agencies.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Building responsive sites from mockups and wireframes.

> Front end and CMS stack: HTML, CSS, javascript, WordPress.

> Proficient knowledge of a server-side programming language like Java, C#, .NET, Ruby, Python, Javascript, PHP.

> Proficient knowledge of most common databases include Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, etc.

> Experience working with cloud computing integration such AWS, Azure or private cloud environments.

Minimum Requirements:
BA and three to five years relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title: Senior Software Developer

Civil Service Title: Computer Specialist (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $81,290 - $105,464

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The Senior Software Developer will coordinate multiple projects of highly technical complexity, including maintenance and enhancement of existing e-commerce and workflow-based applications, in support of New York City municipal operations, as well as the design and development of new applications. Your key tasks will include:

> Perform software development with high level of responsibility for an extremely complex application environment

> Follow ‘mobile-first’ responsive web design and services oriented architecture, federation of proprietary and open source application stacks, relational databases, message queues, and workflow management

> Effectively collaborate with others in the software development environment

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of ten years of experience on complex projects and hands-on expertise in object oriented design, development, testing and deployment of mission critical business applications, at least 5 of which are in a web/client-server environment.

> Familiarity with SDLC and formal development support and knowledge of GIS is a plus.

> Hands-on development experience with projects involving Microsoft.NET and SQL Server technologies for web, web service and desktop application development using C#.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, HTML 5, AJAX, WPF, WCF, MVC, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS, Entity Framework, LINQ, IIS 7.5, Visual Studio 2010/2012/2013.

> Experience in all phases of SDLC and standard SDLC methodologies such as Waterfall, RUP, Agile/Scrum to deliver client solutions.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 192759 here.

Title: Senior Software Developer

Civil Service Title: Computer Specialist (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $87,203 - $120,754

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: Candidate will serve as a Senior Software Developer as part of NYCDOTs Application Development unit in the IT & Telecom Division. Under general direction, candidate will perform software development with high level of responsibility for an extremely complex application environment which follows ‘mobile-first’ responsive web design, services oriented architecture, federation of proprietary and open source application stacks, relational databases, message queues and workflow management. Your key tasks will include:

> Coordinate multiple projects of highly technical complexity, including maintenance and enhancement of existing e-commerce and workflow-based applications in support of New York City municipal operations

> Effectively collaborate with others in the software development environment and be technically proficient in more than one language and platform such as Java & C# .Net

> Configure and administer Open Source LAMP stack and Open Source content management system (CMS) such as Drupal or Wordpress.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of 8-12 years of total experience in object oriented design, development, testing and deployment of mission critical business applications, at least 7 of which are in a web/client-server environment.

> Hands-on development experience with projects involving the full stack of ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web Forms, BootStrap/Foundation, JQuery & MVC JavaScript framework AngularJS, BackboneJS Knowledge of web-based, mobile application development in the client-server and n-tier environments using ASP.NET, JavaScript framework, and HTML5.

> Relational database design, normalization, T-SQL, stored procedures, SQL Server 2008/2012, DTS/SSIS packages, data modeling tools (ERwin/ERStudio).

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 206286 here.

Title: Senior Software Developer Open Source Specialist

Civil Service Title: Computer Specialist (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $89,383 - $123,773

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The New York City Department of Transportation Technical Lead will have considerable expertise in Open Source architecture/ solutions and excellent hands-on application development skills in Ruby On Rails, PHP, HTML5, MySQL, Linux and related technologies. You will nalyze requirement specifications, build application prototypes, and perform high level system design, to implement the next generation Sign Information Management System (SIMS). The new web-based, workflow-enabled asset management system will integrate signs, work orders, other work entities and internal/external datasets with City’s standard GIS map, and will replace the legacy mainframe-based STATUS sign management system. Your key tasks will include:

> Provide technical leadership for enterprise-level Open Source information technology efforts.

> Define application architecture, evaluate application stacks and integration options, document business volume metrics and build performance models.

> Develop and integrate responsive design-based web applications using full stack Ruby on Rails 4.x with other Open Source technologies such as Ruby 2.x, RVM, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, LeafletJS, jQuery 1.x/2.x, DataTables, Bootstrap 3, AngularJS, BackboneJS, PHP, MySQL 5.6, PostgreSQL 9.x, Apache, Tomcat, Linux, Ubuntu 12, Redis and Memcache.

>Provide Business Intelligence metrics and reports using Jasper, Pentaho or BIRT.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of 8-12 years of total experience in object oriented design, development, testing and deployment of mission critical business applications, at least 7 of which are in a web/client-server environment.

> Experience in all phases of SDLC and standard SDLC methodologies such as Waterfall, RUP, Agile/SCRUM to deliver client solutions.

> Experience with configuration management, continuous integration, version control, testing and document management with Open Source tools such as GIT/GITHUB, RSpec, Silk Test, PivotalTracker and Jira.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 228749 here.

Title: Senior Business Analyst

Civil Service Title: Computer Specialist (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $77,157 - $ 99,406

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The Senior Business Analyst reports directly to the Director of the Project Management Office and serves on software development projects. You will perform functional and non-functional requirements analysis for information technology projects and programs using industry standard techniques such as data flow modeling, workflow analysis, and functional decomposition analysis. You will oversee quality control and coordinate the efforts of project team members and stakeholders in order to deliver project objectives. Your key tasks will include:

> Work closely with business units and subject matter experts in definition, testing, training, implementation, and support of functional requirements

> Contribute to DOT's strategic planning initiatives by suggesting available technology options to satisfy current and future business needs.

> Coordinate quality assurance activities and work closely with DOT’s business units and IT & Telecom development teams.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of five years of business analysis expertise in successfully overseeing small-to-medium scale information technology projects, with proficiency in creating business analysis deliverables

> Experience in requirements analysis for software application development using Microsoft .NET, Open Source, Java, and utilization of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Office are desired

> Prior experience in federal/state/local government projects

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 241390 here.

Title: Front End Web Developer

Civil Service Title: Computer Assoc (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $61,995 - $ 85,943

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: You will serve as a Front-End Web Developer as part of NYCDOT’s Application Development and Maintenance unit in the IT & Telecom Division. The frontend web developer supports the development of the agency’s public facing website, Content Management System (CMS) as well as IT web services. You will design with the mobile-first framework and employ accessibility design based on user needs. Your key tasks will include:

> Create interaction models, user task flows, and UI specifications.

> Communicate scenarios, end-to-end experiences, interaction models, and screen designs to stakeholders.

> Manage, develop and maintain design wireframes, mockups, and specifications as needed.

> Create applications using a combination of frontend and server side programming languages

The Ideal Candidate:
> Demonstrate knowledge of user experience design surrounding Information architecture and usability.

> Experience in front end technologies such as Bootstrap, Foundation and JavaScript MVC frameworks such as AngularJS, BackboneJS, EmberJS etc.

> Experience in all phases of SDLC and standard SDLC methodologies such as Waterfall, RUP, Agile/SCRUM to deliver client solutions.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 274553 here.

Title: Technical Lead/System Architect

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: Oversee Drupal code development and web architecture. Interact with the vendor project manager and DOT IT stakeholders as the technical lead for the project. You will also oversee the build and administration of staging servers and assist network team with production server administration and tuning. Ensure clean, well-engineered code that conforms to accepted standards within the Drupal community. Perform code reviews and assist fellow developers with requirements definitions. Facilitate troubleshooting of website software applications and configuration. Oversee data migration methods and ensure conformance to requirements and provide guidance on Application Quality Assurance and Test Management Plans. Your key tasks will include:

> Oversee multiple levels of testing including unit, system load, integration and performance.

> Execute performance monitoring and tuning as required.

> Oversee administration and management of websites, applications and database(s) in the Drupal/MySQL (or PostgreSQL Data) Environments.

> Review deliverables prior to acceptance that includes System Integration, Configuration, Migration, EDMS / Scanning, D/R, Security and Implementation Plans.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience troubleshooting and improving site performance and scalability of large complex transactional systems with a focus on DevOps

> Extensive Java, PHP/Drupal and LAMP experience and an understanding of secure configurations and integration

> Implement security, best practice and performance tuning for web servers, database servers and other services Lead the architecture design of the project

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272403 here.

Title: Quality Assurance Analyst

Civil Service Title: Computer Assoc (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $61,995 - $ 85,943

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: You will work with the Quality Assurance Team to implement industry best practices, procedures and metrics to determine if software releases meet the required quality standards and has passed all quality control validation steps. The candidate will work with the Application Development and Project Management teams to continuously improve software development and testing processes, using the latest technology tools and frameworks. You will Test web applications for cross-browser, cross-platform compatibility using desktops, tablets, and smartphones and proactively explore new ideas and initiatives Your key tasks will include:

> Continuously improve software development and testing processes, using the latest technology tools and frameworks.

> Perform Quality Assurance and Quality Control tasks to monitor software quality and analyze associated business/technical risks across the software development lifecycle for DOT projects

> Implement defect tracking process to document test procedures, software defects, and monitor the progress in a timely manner to ensure repeatability and compliance with standards.

> Escalate aging and priority defects to overall stakeholders.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Strong background as a QA Subject Matter Expert, knowledgeable of industry standards and best practices in designing QA environments, robust experience in manual testing with skilled with automated testing, adept in all aspects of the SDLC and PLC methodologies.

> High proficiency in requirements analysis and development, writing test plans, test scenarios and test cases based on business, functional and design requirements, and user stories.

> Skilled in test script execution, defect reporting and tracking systems.

> Understand high level application architecture/design, network design, performance constraints and security frameworks

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272433 here.

Title: PHP/Symfony/Drupal Developer

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: Conduct coding for new development, bug fixes and client modifications. Develop PHP-MySQL unit test plans along with conduct unit as well as string testing. Comply with code standards. Execute all PHP-related projects technical aspects like design, deployment, development, project documentation and product maintenance. Your key tasks will include:

> Architect, develop, test and operate a suite of interactive, tailored modules elicitation of requirements from program managers on a multi-platform, interactive web-based interface.

> Work closely with clients, subject matter experts and project team in the development of database driven Web sites

> Design, develop, and maintain Web sites and Web-based solutions utilizing Drupal and other Web-based technologies

The Ideal Candidate:
> Extensive experience architecting, developing, implementing and operating Drupal 7 or 8 solutions using a majority of the Drupal core (Search, Multi-site, OpenID etc.) and extended (CCK, Views, Panels, Rules etc.) modules

> IOS and Android mobile app development knowledge

> Extensive familiarity with Java, (X)HTML, HTML5, XML, and CSS;Familiarity with three or more of the following (or similar) programming languages: Java, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP, .NET, ColdFusion, Python, Ruby, C/C++, Perl;Database programming experience, using one or more of the following: SQL Server; MySQL; PostgreSQL, or other relational database

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and six years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272425 here.

Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: You will serve as a Director, Enterprise Geospatial Technology Services in the IT & Telecom Division. Leading development of special projects, forecasting needs and budgets and procuring with appropriate procurement vehicles, and develop staff recruitment, retention and professional development plan. The GIS Director will gather and manipulate data and information to create maps and to provide spatial information as required. Prepare documentations and diagrams to support system development efforts and assist staff and users to troubleshoot and resolve GIS systems related issues. Your key tasks will include:

> Ensuring GIS infrastructure meets acceptable levels of service for GIS Desktop users as well as for the enterprise applications supports

> Discovering new opportunities for improving GIS services within the agency

> Maintain repository of enterprise Geodatabase and collaborate with application development teams to appropriate geo-spatial components are utilized

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience with implementing cloud SAAS models ArcGIS online or MapBox within government

> Experience in Open Source GIS infrastructure implementation in GeoServer, MapBox, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, OpenGeo suite

> Deliver GIS services for field workforce data collection and inspection needs.

> Minimum 8 years experience in GeoDatabase administration, ArcGIS Server administration, security/SSL implementation, performance tuning/monitoring of servers, services, and instances.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272429 here.

Title: PMP Project Manager

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The PMP Project Manager will oversee the development and progress of major IT projects. This includes making determination of costs, of time estimates and of requirements associated with each IT project. You will be responsible for, design, development, maintenance, enhancement and support of all agency applications on web, client-server, mainframe and network platforms. You will lead in-house development teams, as well as consultant teams, while working on a variety of complex projects simultaneously. Your key tasks will include:

> Define project scope, goals and deliverables that support business objectives in collaboration with stakeholders and senior management

> Apply project management concepts, principles, and practices for delivering tactical or strategic projects that are high in complexity

> Serve as an in-house expert and authority regarding computer application development for programs of varying degrees of complexity and specialization

> Implement or maintain quality assurance processes and contribute to DOT's strategic planning initiatives by suggesting/understanding available technology options to satisfy current and future business needs

The Ideal Candidate:
> PMP Certification in Project Management and a minimum of eight years of experience in successfully overseeing medium to large scale projects containing sub-projects and distinct deliverables.

> Experience in managing application development projects using Microsoft .NET, Open Source (LAMP/ Drupal/ Ruby on Rails), Java/ J2EE/ WebSphere, and utilization of Microsoft Project and other project management tools on highly technical, large scale projects are desired.

> Prior experience in federal/state/local government projects will be a plus.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 268333 here.

Title: Jr. Application Developer

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $76,288 - $ 95,077

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: Perform software development and testing for an extremely complex application environment which follows ‘mobile-first’ responsive web design, services oriented architecture, federation of proprietary and open source application stacks, relational databases, message queues and workflow management. You will work in one or more agile application development teams, and will be responsible for development and maintenance of existing/new workflow-based applications, in support of New York City municipal operations. Your key tasks will include:

> Object oriented design, development, testing and deployment of mission critical business applications.

> Development projects involving Microsoft.NET and SQL Server technologies for web, web service and desktop application development using C#.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, HTML 5, AJAX, WPF, WCF, MVC, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS, Entity Framework, LINQ, IIS 7.5

> Exposure to application lifecycle management tools for configuration management and version control.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Microsoft Certified Professional and technically proficient in more than one language and platform.

> Expertise and knowledge of building large-scale information systems.

> Experience in Javascript frameworks like Backbone, AngularJS and responsive design frameworks like Bootstrap.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 267610 here.

Title: Tech Lead/Sr. Software Developer

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: You will perform software development with high level of responsibility for an extremely complex application environment which follows ‘mobile-first’ responsive web design, services oriented architecture, federation of proprietary and open source application stacks, relational databases, message queues and workflow management. You will coordinate multiple projects of highly technical complexity, including maintenance and enhancement of existing e-commerce and workflow-based applications, in support of New York City municipal operations, as well as the design and development of new applications. Your key tasks will include:

> Object oriented design, development, testing and deployment of mission critical business applications, Familiarity with SDLC and formal development support.

> Relational database design, normalization, T-SQL, stored procedures, SQL Server 2012/2014/2016, DTS/SSIS packages, data modeling tools (ERwin/ERStudio), SQL Reporting Services (or Crystal Reports) and ad-hoc reporting

> Projects involving Microsoft.NET and SQL Server technologies for web, web service and desktop application development using C#.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, HTML 5, AJAX, WPF, WCF, MVC, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS, Entity Framework, LINQ, IIS 7.5

The Ideal Candidate:
> Microsoft Certified Professional and technically proficient in more than one language and platform.

> Expertise and knowledge of building large-scale information systems in Javascript frameworks like Backbone, AngularJS and responsive design frameworks like Bootstrap.

> Experience in GIS tools and map integration - ESRI ArcGIS, Google, Bing, Pictometry, OpenGeo etc.

> Experience in Wireless/Mobile/Disconnected architecture/applications and online payment implementation.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 266606 here.

Title: Application Developer

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $85,823 - $111,344

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: Perform software development with high level of responsibility for an extremely complex application environment which follows ‘mobile-first’ responsive web design, services oriented architecture, federation of proprietary and open source application stacks, relational databases, message queues and workflow management. You will collaborate with DOT’s functional/technical/vendor teams to implement the next generation Sign Information Management System (SIMS). The new web-based, workflow-enabled asset management system will integrate signs, work orders, other work entities and internal/external datasets with City’s standard GIS map, and will replace the legacy mainframe-based STATUS sign management system. Your key tasks will include:

> Analyze requirement specifications, build application prototypes, and perform high level system design

> Develop application modules, integrate/test/deploy vendor-developed codebase in quality assurance /performance/production environments

> Integrate signs, work orders, other work entities and internal/external datasets with City’s standard GIS map

The Ideal Candidate:
> Significant experience in open source architecture/solutions and excellent hands-on application development skills in Ruby On Rails, PHP, HTML5, MySQL, Linux and related technologies

> Minimum five years of total experience in object oriented design, development, testing and deployment of mission critical business applications, at least 3 of which are in a web/client-server environment.

> Experience in business intelligence metrics and reports using Jasper, Pentaho or BIRT.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 266603 here.

Title: Quality Assurance Analyst

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER ASSOC (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $66,751 - $ 92,908

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The Quality Assurance Lead who will be responsible for analyzing and testing software components to ensure usability and applicability to the business and public requirements. You will be creating test scripts, performing regression testing and providing oversight on the testing efforts for all areas of the software environment and installer testing. You will be using JIRA as a testing and agile tool and QA and Agile standards and practices. Your key tasks will include:

> Design and executive test plans and record and document results and compare to expected results

> Detect software failures so that defects may be discovered and corrected

> Generate historical analysis of test results and document anomalies and issues

> Ensure compliance with general programming best practices, accessibility web standards and mobile device standards

> Ensure data integrity standards

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience as a Software Quality Assurance Tester creating test plans and test cases from technical requirements

> Technical skills and programming languages should include but is not limited to: Java, JavaScript, Drupal, HTML, JUnit, JMeter

> Solid understanding of the Agile development lifecycle and Experience working in an agile engineering environment

> Demonstrate knowledge of JIRA and related tools

> Experience in business intelligence metrics and reports using Jasper, Pentaho or BIRT.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 264606 here.

Title: QETL/BI Developer

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The Senior Data Warehouse/Business Intelligence Developer will be responsible for working with business stakeholders and application development teams to conceptualize/design/develop complex reports and custom dashboards. You have experience in understanding business drivers, anticipating operational needs, and anticipating operational needs, and translating knowledge into effective and outcome-focused processes. You will deliver creative and efficient data management related technical solutions. Your key tasks will include:

> Work closely with business partners to design, develop, implement, test, and deliver BI systems.

> Apply good technical practices such as continuous integration, test automation, source code control and review.

> Enable self-service business intelligence and balance flexibility with the necessary information governance on an enterprise-wide scale.

> Manage data quality and implement data security models and provision data access.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience with Relational DBMS technology

> Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server and Analysis Services

>Minimum six years of experience in implementing/managing medium-to-large scale ETL systems

> Business intelligence work experience in designing, maintaining, and implementing complex systems and solutions in enterprise environments.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 261126 here.

Title: Senior Business Analyst

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $89,383 - $123,773

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: You will perform requirements analysis for information technology projects and programs using industry standard techniques such as data flow modeling, workflow analysis, and functional decomposition analysis, review current system workflows, revise existing requirement documentation, write additional requirement specifications, coordinate quality assurance activities and work closely with DOT’s business units and IT & Telecom development teams. You will manage Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) processes to define project requirements, manage stakeholder expectations, oversee quality control and coordinate the efforts of project team members and stakeholders in order to deliver project objectives. Your key tasks will include:

> Work closely with business units and subject matter experts in definition, testing, training, implementation, and support of functional requirements

> Solicit requirements through interviews, workshops, surveys, and/or existing systems documentation or procedures; identify and document existing system deficiencies

> Create/revise/own analysis artifacts and deliverables such as process maps, business requirements, business rules, user stories, user workflows, use cases, user interfaces, screens, and acceptance test cases

> Collaborate with developers and subject matter experts to establish the technical vision and analyze tradeoffs between usability and performance needs

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of eight years of business analysis expertise in successfully overseeing medium-to-large scale information technology projects

> Proficiency in creating business analysis deliverables such as requirement documents, use cases, functional/flow/sequence/swim-lane diagrams, work breakdown structure and requirement traceability matrix.

> Certifications such as Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) with considerable exposure to Agile/Scrum Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) processes would be ideal.

> Experience in requirements analysis for application development using Microsoft .NET, Open Source, Java, and utilization of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Office

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 241392 here.

Title: Network Security Specialist

Civil Service Title: CERTIFIED IT ADMINISTRATOR

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $87,203 - $131,623

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The Network Security Specialist will maintain security solutions including proper operation, patch upgrades and vendor management You will provide engineering oversight and direction for specific security technology and review existing toolsets, identify operational gaps, and recommends security enhancement. Monitor infrastructure design so that security toolsets are operating effectively. You will serve as information security subject matter expert on security solution and provide advisory and consulting services as needed. Your key tasks will include:

> Provide technical lead on individual security projects across multiple technologies including infrastructure, secure electronic data transfer, network security, platform security and application security

> Assist in achieving security architecture compliance on requirements based on recommended industry standards

> Ensure integration of application development with information security policies

> Provides expert opinion on business solutions and software prior to purchase- Initiates creation and maintenance the agency’s security design

The Ideal Candidate:
> Certification in highly technical information security disciplines such as: CISM, CISSP, CCSP, CCNP, CCDE, CCIE Security, and GIAC

> Demonstrated proven track record of communicating and working proactively and professionally with internal and external auditors and other groups responsible for ensuring that the company is properly protecting the interests of its customers, shareholders, and employees

> Familiarity with application security practices such as secure coding and secure development lifecycle management

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 236930 here.

Title: SR. PEOPLESOFT SYSTEMS ANALYST

Civil Service Title: IT PROJECT SPECIALIST

Agency: Financial Information Services Agency (FISA)

Salary: $ 75,000 - $120,000

What the Agency Does: The Financial Information Services Agency (FISA or the Agency) controls and coordinates data processing functions and operations for the City's payroll, accounting and purchasing systems; manages the citywide Financial Management System (FMS); generates and distributes reports for accounting and budget oversight; and provides online access to budgetary or related data for use by city managers and others. FISA also maintains the operational integrity of the Payroll Management System (PMS) and the Integrated Comprehensive Contracts Information System (ICCIS). FISA is jointly controlled by the Mayor and the Comptroller, as defined by the City Charter.

What You Will Do: The System Analyst has the primary responsibility of Ensure the quality of the software architecture and any associated custom development to meet the City's functional and technical requirements and enable FISA to operate and maintain the software application in a cost effective manner after the implementation. You will work on integration of PeopleSoft modules with other systems, customization's, upgrades and patches across multiple environments.and work closely with the Project Manager, Business Analysts, Developers, Testers and key business partners to design, develop, test and implement product initiatives to support NYCAPS. Your key tasks will include:

> Work in a techno-functional capacity with a good understanding of business processes, relational databases and PeopleSoft table structure.

> Collaborate with release teams to provide analysis, design, development and testing guidance and support.

> Streamline implementation and support of project initiative and data and/or process analysis.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Extensive experience with PeopleCode, SQR, SQL, App designer, Toad.

> Strong working knowledge of app messaging (integration broker).

> Experience in documenting processes for HR, and/or Benefits, three full lifecycle PeopleSoft HR and/or Ben Admin implementation experience.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and four years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 268379 here.

Title: SQL DEVELOPER

Civil Service Title: SENIOR IT ARCHITECT

Agency: Financial Information Services Agency (FISA)

Salary: $100,000 - $115,000

What the Agency Does: The Financial Information Services Agency (FISA or the Agency) controls and coordinates data processing functions and operations for the City's payroll, accounting and purchasing systems; manages the citywide Financial Management System (FMS); generates and distributes reports for accounting and budget oversight; and provides online access to budgetary or related data for use by city managers and others. FISA also maintains the operational integrity of the Payroll Management System (PMS) and the Integrated Comprehensive Contracts Information System (ICCIS). FISA is jointly controlled by the Mayor and the Comptroller, as defined by the City Charter.

What You Will Do: The SQL Developer who will provide support of production and development environments for our city wide automated time keeping system (CITYTIME). You will perform activities related to technical design, coding and unit testing of enhancements and defect corrections for the City's time keeping system CityTime that includes: activity and payroll processing; time sheet, roster, status, and roll-call functionality; employee profile, leave balance, work schedule and self-care service. Your key tasks will include:

> Create tables, perform DDL changes, complex data migration using SQL & PLSQL to facilitate seamless application development.

> PL/SQL development, tuning and SQL

> Package development and maintenance

> Data export/import, Excel VB/SQL development, Oracle streams, custom ETL development, Perl scripting.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Expert knowledge of Oracle 11g/10g, Shell scripting

> Experience in Excel / VBA development.

> Apt at writing Oracle Functions, procedures, packages & trigger.

> Experience with ETL and data integration, Data quality.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and six years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 271649 here.

Title: LAN/NETWORK ENGINEER

Civil Service Title: Computer Systems Manager

Agency: Financial Information Services Agency (FISA)

Salary: $100,000 - $120,000

What the Agency Does: The Financial Information Services Agency (FISA or the Agency) controls and coordinates data processing functions and operations for the City's payroll, accounting and purchasing systems; manages the citywide Financial Management System (FMS); generates and distributes reports for accounting and budget oversight; and provides online access to budgetary or related data for use by city managers and others. FISA also maintains the operational integrity of the Payroll Management System (PMS) and the Integrated Comprehensive Contracts Information System (ICCIS). FISA is jointly controlled by the Mayor and the Comptroller, as defined by the City Charter.

What You Will Do: The LAN/Network Engineer (CISCO) will manage multiple network infrastructures. You will Coordinate citywide agencies for implementing network and DCD infrastructure for Operations Support and provide Tier 3 support assistance and implementations to various networks and security related changes as and when requested by user group. You will configure and support Network equipment in a multi-tiered environment, to support New York City's Automated Personnel System (NYCAPS), Payroll Management System (PMS) and Pension Payroll System (PPMS), Financial Management System (FMS) and Timekeeping Systems (Citytime). The LAN/Network Engineer will work with the cross system application and integration teams on tactical and strategic projects in addition to handling the agencies LAN and numerous Enterprise applications which reside on a Web platform attached to a Cisco infrastructure. Your key tasks will include:

> Develop and maintain design and support documentation and policies.

> Manage day-to-day operations including issue resolution, resource utilization and task schedule management.

> Provide support to the Network/Windows team to best meet the commitments and the project target dates

> Quickly learn new tools and resolve issues using all available resources. BA/BS and three years

The Ideal Candidate:
> Extensive experience supporting a Cisco Network and responsible for defining, implementing and maintaining the standard network procedures

> Strong understanding of monitoring and capacity planning tools.

> Hardware: Array SPX5800, Imperva 4500/6500/MX (web application firewall), Riverbed Cascade (Mazu Sensors and profilers), , Cisco SSL ACE, F5, Cisco ASA 55XX, Cisco Routers2800/7200 Series), Cisco Switches 4500/5000/5500/6500 Series, FWSM.

> Software/Management systems: Cisco ACS, Cisco Security Manager, Imperva SecureSpehere, Linux, Wireshark

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and six years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272402 here.

Title: ACF2 SECURITY SPECIALIST

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Financial Information Services Agency (FISA)

Salary: $ 92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Financial Information Services Agency (FISA or the Agency) controls and coordinates data processing functions and operations for the City's payroll, accounting and purchasing systems; manages the citywide Financial Management System (FMS); generates and distributes reports for accounting and budget oversight; and provides online access to budgetary or related data for use by city managers and others. FISA also maintains the operational integrity of the Payroll Management System (PMS) and the Integrated Comprehensive Contracts Information System (ICCIS). FISA is jointly controlled by the Mayor and the Comptroller, as defined by the City Charter.

What You Will Do: FISA is searching for an individual with extensive hands-on experience using CA's mainframe security software, ACF2. You will be responsible for using ACF2 to control access to TSO (ISPF), application data, and system files including JCL libraries, program libraries, etc. The ACF2 support staff updates the ACF2 rules based on authorization from end-user agency security officers. Access is granted to sequential datasets, DB2 databases, IMS databases and transactions, LDAP, the CA-Scheduler, and systems services (e.g. JES2). The team maintains the groups to which new users are added or removed. When an upgrade is made to the ACF2 product, they are responsible for testing its success. ACF2 staff is on call with remote mainframe access to handle emergencies. Your key tasks will include:

> Documentation of product usage and procedures

> Installation of certificates, end-user recertification, password resets, review of access violations, and reports detailing user access

> Conform to industry standards for product use and train new staff.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Strong experience using ACF2 mainframe security to create security profiles, establish user-ids, and reset passwords.

> Hands-on, in-depth knowledge of HR, Benefits, Pension, and Payroll business processes extensive

> Experience in a mainframe environment utilizing the following: TSO, ISPF, and JCL.

> Knowledge of regulatory and industry standard compliance issues and PeopleSoft People Tools.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 274880 here.

Title: Product Manager, Bureau of IT Strategy and Project Management

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Health and Mental Hygiene

Salary: $ 54,643 - $ 85,000

What the Agency Does: The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) protects and promotes the health and mental well being of all New Yorkers. With an annual budget of $1.6 billion and more than 6,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, DOHMH is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) uses the latest technologies and enterprise wide application solutions in its groundbreaking work to promote and protect New Yorkers' health and improve DOHMH's business operations.

What You Will Do: The nation's leading local health department seeks a Product Manager to join its award-winning, innovative technology team in revolutionizing public health IT. The Product manager will develop basic SQL queries and stored procedures for analysis and exception monitoring of financial systems. You will work closely with developers to understand the systems architecture, database design, and integration points, and with the project managers and business analysts to understand business processes. Your key tasks will include:

> Investigate, troubleshoot and resolve service tickets submitted by end-users for financial systems.

> Manage all service tickets for financial systems ensuring tickets are acknowledged and resolved per service level agreements.

> Prioritize resolution activities based on business impact and coordinate the assignment of systems service tickets within the team.

> Create training documentation and/or manuals as needed for systems.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience in software development life cycle and application development

> Ability to troubleshoot issues regarding system configuration and scripts and tocommunicate problem and solution to the user

>Experience with web servers such as IIS and Apache

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 273261 here.

Title: Product Manager, Bureau of IT Strategy and Project Management

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Health and Mental Hygiene

Salary: $ 53,051 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) protects and promotes the health and mental well being of all New Yorkers. With an annual budget of $1.6 billion and more than 6,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, DOHMH is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) uses the latest technologies and enterprise wide application solutions in its groundbreaking work to promote and protect New Yorkers' health and improve DOHMH's business operations.

What You Will Do: The nation's leading local health department seeks Product Manager join its award-winning, innovative technology team in revolutionizing public health IT. Specifically, the Product Manager will obtain expert level knowledge about various applications for Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The Product Manager will obtain knowledge of the organizational structure and culture to help build relationships with key groups and assist and work with counterparts in DoITT and other city agencies on addressing issues and implementing future enhancements or submit the request to application vendor and manage the coordination with the vendor's technical resources. Your key tasks will include:

> Lead data integration into and use of Salesforce by programmatic groups throughout the agency.

> Support new and existing Salesforce user base with questions and issues in Sales Cloud, Service Cloud & Force.com applications.

> Maintain, prioritize and report on user request backlog; Work with internal customers to gather requirements and implement configuration changes including definition of workflow and approval processes and custom object implementation.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum five years experience with managing and supporting IT applications

> Experience in writing RDBMS queries and performing Salesforce.com configuration

> Able to gather, document and execute detailed specifications from high-level requirements with little to average amount of supervision

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 249933 here.

Title: MS DYNAMICS CRM Developer / Bureau of IT Strategy & Project Management

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Health and Mental Hygiene

Salary: $ 54,643 - $150,371

What the Agency Does: The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) protects and promotes the health and mental well being of all New Yorkers. With an annual budget of $1.6 billion and more than 6,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, DOHMH is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) uses the latest technologies and enterprise wide application solutions in its groundbreaking work to promote and protect New Yorkers' health and improve DOHMH's business operations.

What You Will Do: The Microsoft Dynamics CRM developer will be responsible to architect, develop, deploy and provide technical support for application build on Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform. In addition, candidate will also work with internal IT team and business to produce proof of concept on MS Dynamics CRM. You will document development and assist in the preparation of user guides and training materials. It is the expectation that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM developer will become subject matter experts in these systems and related business processes as well as become familiar with all the other systems and processes in the portfolio. Your key tasks will include:

> Address enhancement and technical issues on existing suite of application built on MSCRM 2011 and 2013 platform.

> Develop application solution to meet business needs using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Customization, out of the box functionality or SDK.

> Design, develop reports using SSRS and write ad-hoc SQL queries to support advanced data requests.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum seven years of Experience in custom design and development of solutions on Dynamics CRM implementations

> Microsoft CRM or developer certifications

> Experience with CRM 2015 or 2016 Online

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272507 here.

Title: Project Manager, Bureau of IT Strategy and Project Management

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Health and Mental Hygiene

Salary: $ 54,643 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) protects and promotes the health and mental well being of all New Yorkers. With an annual budget of $1.6 billion and more than 6,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, DOHMH is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) uses the latest technologies and enterprise wide application solutions in its groundbreaking work to promote and protect New Yorkers' health and improve DOHMH's business operations.

What You Will Do: The agency's disease control programs are responsible for safeguarding the health of New Yorkers through identification, surveillance, treatment, control and prevention of infectious diseases. An integrated Electronic Disease Reporting Infrastructure system (eDRI) receives and processes disease messages from NYC laboratories, an online provider reporting application, and various other sources. DOHMH is looking for a technical project manager who will manage and work with a matrix-based team of staff including the disease program staff, development, quality assurance and server administration teams. Your key tasks will include:

> Assume role of liaison between Electronic Laboratory Response (ELR) Coordinators and disease surveillance programs when reporting issues are identified, troubleshoot issues in a timely fashion and minimize disruption of data transmission.

> Develop operational and analytic reports using SQL and Excel to address quality control and quality assurance issues and ensure detection and resolution of data errors

> Create test plans of new features and bug fixes and coordinate testing with users and train users on new features

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum six years experience in creating project management artifacts (project charter, project plan, timelines (MS Project or other project management software), requirements documents, project and resource planning, deployment plans, support plans, conversion plans

> Strong data analysis skills

> Experience developing and running SQL queries (SQL Server Management Studio)

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 275258 here.

Title: Project Manager, Bureau of IT Strategy and Project Management

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Health and Mental Hygiene

Salary: $ 54,643 - $ 95,000

What the Agency Does: The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) protects and promotes the health and mental well being of all New Yorkers. With an annual budget of $1.6 billion and more than 6,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, DOHMH is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) uses the latest technologies and enterprise wide application solutions in its groundbreaking work to promote and protect New Yorkers' health and improve DOHMH's business operations.

What You Will Do: The Project Manager (PM) will be assigned to the Epidemiology, OEPR, Finance & IT vertical within the Bureau of Technology Strategy and Project Management. The project managers within the above mentioned groups are working on many projects related to various health oriented objectives and integration of these systems with other city agencies. You will manage a portfolio of various sized projects through full life cycle SDLC.The PM will be responsible for delivering large scale, complex, enterprise-wide projects on time, and on budget. This role relies on project management experience, technical experience, and sound judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Your key tasks will include:

> Conduct core business analysis of operations and recommend the most appropriate IT solutions.

> Provide assistance and guidance through the IT Governance process to receive appropriate approvals for IT initiatives, including procuring vendor agreements (contract and RFP).

> Identify and oversee the development of ancillary IT systems to address unmet IT needs.

> Collaborate with the various business users on various levels of the organization to assess, improve, streamline and automate processes.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum five years of experience in a role as project manager leading complex, enterprise-wide technical and/or business initiatives

> Experience with managing SDLC Waterfall and/or Agile methodology projects and creating project management artifacts

> Expert knowledge of the key components of project management (e.g., scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communication, risk, integration) and associated tools and methodologies

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 273768 here.

Title: Operations Manager

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Office of Chief Medical Examiner

Salary: $100,000 - $115,000

What the Agency Does: The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person. We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.

What You Will Do: The Manager of Information Technology Infrastructure, reporting directly to the Deputy CIO is a managerial role responsible for working with other managers to develop tactical and strategic plans and manage server, network and End User Experience supervisors to implement agreed to plans. The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person. We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need. Your key tasks will include:

> Managing Supervisor of Server Engineers and Network Engineers and Supervisor of Desktop Services in a mostly Windows, VMWare and Cisco environment

> Overseeing all aspects of Datacenter and Network Operations

> Leading Change Control Process and Enforcing Issue and Problem tracking procedures including using ITIL tools to ensure accountability

> Liaising with vendors to create partnerships and keep current on technology trends

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience in Wide Area Network or Windows and Server Virtualization planning, design, configuration, installation, troubleshooting, integration, performance monitoring, maintenance, enhancement, and security management

> Previous hands-on involvement into developing, implementing, communicating Policies and Standard Operating Procedures

> Ability to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 274334 here.

Title: Information Security Risk Team Lead, Office of Chief Information Officer (CIO)/DIIT Administration

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGER

Agency: Office of Chief Medical Examiner

Salary: $ 54,643 - $120,000

What the Agency Does: The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person. We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.

What You Will Do: The Information Security Risk Team Lead is responsible for governance and execution of risk programs to identify and manage risks supporting infrastructure services across all lines of businesses. This includes ensuring adherence to existing policies and standards, regulatory requirements, and best business practices. You will develop and identify opportunities to continuously improve the Information Risk Management program, establish risk frameworks, and provide guidance to internal and external organizations to determine adequacy of the control environment and residual risk. Your key tasks will include:

> Manage relationships with security, technology and business stakeholders to identify and communicate security risks and mitigation approaches.

> Perform security assessment reviews to provide risk assignment and enable informed decision-making for vendor/third party engagements, internal projects, privacy and data protection.

> Conduct security analysis of application infrastructure and interconnectivity. Perform application security assessments, code reviews, and SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) consulting.

> Manage team of Information Security Risk Analysts.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Exceptional influencing, consulting, interpersonal, and presentation skills and understanding of ethics in business and information security

> Experience with Vendor Management and Cloud Services (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS)

> Knowledge of OWASP tools and methodologies

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 274604 here.

Title: Junior Applications Developer

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ANALYST

Agency: Office of Chief Medical Examiner

Salary: $ 47,692 - $47,692

What the Agency Does: The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person. We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.

What You Will Do: The core values of the OCME are to put the mission of the agency first, to be truly dedicated and to have integrity in every aspect of our professional life. Office of Chief Medical Examiner is seeking qualified individuals for a Programmer Analyst with the Information Technology Application Development Team. The Programmer Analyst will work under the supervision of application development staff to perform application development tasks for new and existing applications. Your key tasks will include:

> Meeting with users to gather requirements and creating detailed specifications

> Coding new and modifying existing applications

> Documenting computer programs and creating procedure manuals

> Liaising with vendors to create partnerships and keep current on technology trends

The Ideal Candidate:
> Candidates should have experience developing applications in a 3rd generation language (C, C++, C#, Java…)

> Experience with C# development and Microsoft SQL Server a plus

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS

Apply Now! or search job ID 274344 here.

Title: Supervisor of Information Technology Infrastructure

Civil Service Title: Certified IT Administrator (LAN / WAN)

Agency: Office of Chief Medical Examiner

Salary: $85,823 - $98,696

What the Agency Does: The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person. We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.

What You Will Do: The core values of the OCME are to put the mission of the agency first, to be truly dedicated and to have integrity in every aspect of our professional life. The Office of Chief Medical Examiner is seeking qualified candidates to fill the Supervisor of Information Technology Infrastructure position. The Supervisor of Information Technology Infrastructure, reporting directly to the Director of Information Technology is a hands-on Supervisor role responsible for working with IT management to develop tactical and strategic plans and supervise server and network staff to implement agreed to plan. Your key tasks will include:

> Supervising Server Engineers in a mostly Windows and VMWare environment and supervising Network Engineers in a mostly Cisco environment

> Overseeing all aspects of Datacenter and Network Operations

> Leading Change Control Process and Enforcing Issue and Problem tracking procedures including using ITIL tools to ensure accountability

> Ensuring IT Infrastructure (Servers, SAN, Backup/Restore, Network, Phone, etc) is properly documented and planning for asset refresh

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience in Wide Area Network or Windows and Server Virtualization planning, design, configuration, installation, troubleshooting, integration, performance monitoring, maintenance, enhancement, and security management

> Understanding of data security and information privacy matters

> Previous hands-on involvement into developing, implementing, communicating Policies and Standard Operating Procedures

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years relevant experience

Apply Now! or search job ID 276948 here.

Title:Director of Strategy, NYC Tech Talent Pipeline

Agency: Department of Small Business Services

Salary: $70,000 - $85,000

What the Agency Does: The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) is a vibrant, client-centered agency whose mission is to serve New York’s small businesses, jobseekers and commercial districts. SBS makes it easier for businesses in New York City to form, do business, and grow by providing direct assistance to business owners, fostering neighborhood development in commercial districts, and linking employers to a skilled and qualified workforce.

What the Division Does: The Workforce Development Corporation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that works closely with the New York City Department of Small Business Services to contribute to the economic vitality of the City by promoting workforce development and job creation through public and private partnerships.

What You Will Do: 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. Together with a network of over 150 employers, the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline develops partnerships, policies, and programs to better align the City’s education and training systems with tech workforce needs across the five boroughs. The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline seeks a Director of Strategy to develop and implement partnerships, policies, and strategic initiatives. Your key tasks will include:

> Refine and execute employer engagement efforts, including by building relationships with new industry partners and mobilizing TTP’s existing network of 150+ companies in support of immediate programmatic and long term strategic objectives

> Implement a strategy for informing, incentivizing, and supporting tech education and training providers

> Craft policy, regulatory, and operational initiatives to unlock funds, remove barriers for individuals looking to pursue industry-aligned training, education, and employment in tech fields and high-quality training/education providers that wish to serve them

> Guide continuous strategy iteration across the initiative’s 5 core pillars

> Support marketing and communications efforts designed to mobilize key 
audiences

> Manage day-to-day implementation of Tech Talent Pipeline strategic initiatives, including policy campaigns, strategic events, and cross-partner collaborations

The Ideal Candidate:
> Demonstrable experience engaging stakeholders and building industry-driven or multi-sectoral collaborations

> Knowledge of, or previous experience working in, the technology industry strongly preferred.

> Previous project management experience; proven ability to execute complex projects or policies with multiple stakeholders to deliver fast, quality results

> Experience in planning, implementing, and managing initiatives from inception to completion.

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

Minimum Requirements:
Five to ten years relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or learn more here.

Title: 311 Content Management Associate

Civil Service Title: Computer Associate (Operations)

Agency: Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications

Salary: $47,692 - $54,846

What the Agency Does: DoITT provides for the sustained, efficient and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to New York City's residents, businesses, employees and visitors. As the City's technology leader, DoITT is responsible for maintaining the foundational IT infrastructure and systems that touch every aspect of City life from public safety to human services, from education to economic development crossing the full spectrum of governmental operations.

What You Will Do: The successful candidate will serve as a Content Management Associate reporting to the 311 Customer Service Center. You will assist in development, maintenance, and implementation of 311 content across multiple contact center channels and systems and maintain and document content standards and processes. Your key tasks will include:

> Utilize computer-based applications and programs to support call center business needs

> Monitor results through reporting and tracking systems; use database systems to perform data entry and quality control in various computer environments

> Participate in cross-team coordination and troubleshoot technical issues to ensure problem resolution meets business requirements

> Coordinate resolution of systems issues through to successful remediation

> Assist in coordination of content development and enhancement programs and provide technical support for special projects and new technologies initiatives

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum 3+ years full-time professional experience with content management strategies, usability, and design

> Proficiency with advanced functions of Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and Publisher programs

> Advanced knowledge of business intelligence tools, analytics programs, content management software, and CRM solutions

> Experience with call center technologies and content management systems and strong knowledge of online trends, technologies, and social media tools

> Strong research, data compilation, and documentation skills

> Ability to excel in a collaborative and fast-paced environment

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and three years relevant experience

Apply Now! or search job ID 279619 here.

Title: Digital Communications Manager

Civil Service Title: ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST

Agency: Office Of Public Information

Salary: $65,000-$85,000

What the Agency Does:The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is seeking a Digital Communications Manager to lead digital strategy for its Department of Communications. The Digital Communications Manager will direct web and social media strategy for the authority while managing a small team. This position reports directly to the Chief Communications Officer and will work closely with the press and editorial teams to amplify and complement messaging.

What You Will Do: This position requires: interaction with staff at all levels in a fast-paced environment with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality; demonstrated ability to work effectively and meet deadlines in high-pressure situations; and good judgment. The ideal candidate is an evangelist on the use of the latest social media tools who is able to train and inspire staff at all levels of the organization to integrate digital media into the various workflows. The candidate should bring a positive “can-do” attitude; be flexible; have attention to detail; have strong decision-making ability; and can work independently with little supervision. Your key tasks will include:

> Supervise staff in the daily management of NYCHA’s social media and web presence

> Manage and ensure timely delivery of department projects

> Keep current on emerging digital trends and potential for effective application at NYCHA

> Coordinate with program areas and other Communications staff on a daily and weekly basis to update content in print materials and on the website

> Periodically edit graphics using Adobe Creative Suite

The Ideal Candidate:
> Ability to synthesize and report data using Microsoft Excel (PivotTables, VLOOKUP, etc.)

> Graphic design and layout skills using Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.)

> HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (no hard coding required)

> Experience with call center technologies and content management systems and strong knowledge of online trends, technologies, and social media tools

> Exceptional editing and writing skills

> Demonstrated strong collaborative and project management planning skills with ability to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines, as well as experience managing teams

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years relevant experience

Apply Now! or search job ID 287105 here.


Data Analytics Jobs


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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.

Title: Director of Data Strategy

Civil Service Title: Computer Systems Manager

Agency: Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics

Salary: $53,051/$57,210 - $120,000

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: In addition to our work as an ideas incubator for civic analytics, MODA is responsible for implementing the New York City Open Data Law; the most ambitious and comprehensive open data legislation in the country. The primary role of the Director of Data Strategy will be to ensure that New York City’s data is truly an asset by providing leadership in the management and stewardship of data citywide. You will consult with MODA executive staff and analysts to identify end user needs around data, present new approaches and technologies, and discuss equipment and system changes. Access to high quality, automated data is critical for MODA analytics and for growing analytics capacity citywide.

Your key tasks will include:

> Develop, articulate, and fulfill a sustainable long-term data-oriented vision to support MODA’s core mission.

> Recommend long-term, best-in-class architecture or technology that will provide enhanced support across the city.

> Oversee the execution of enterprise data standards and performance metrics to ensure data delivers value to the office and the City.

The Ideal Candidate:
> An experienced leader with knowledge of emerging technologies and the ability to think outside of the box and develop novel strategies for analysis.

> A master of developing and maintaining data management policies, procedures, standards and guidelines.

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

Minimum Requirements:
An MA and three years of experience or a BA and four years of experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 234365 here.

Title: Director of Data Analytics and Reporting

Civil Service Title: Administrative Project Manager

Agency: DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

Salary:$60,435 - $161,497

What the Agency Does: As the City's primary capital construction project manager, the Department of Design and Contruction builds many of the civic facilities New Yorkers use every day. They provide communities with new or renovated structures such as firehouses, libraries, police precincts, courthouses, senior centers and more. To successfully manage their portfolio, they collaborate with other City agencies, as well as with emerging and world-renowned architects and consultants.

What the Division Does: The Program Management Division provides cross-cutting technical support to all capital design and construction operations.

What You Will Do: The Department of Design and Construction, Division of Program Management seeks a Director, Data Analytics and Reporting. The position reports to the Executive Director of Project Controls, Program Management Division. The Director will interact with Project Delivery Division Portfolio and Project Managers and the Mayor’s Office of Operations to respond to requests for project information and ensure external project dashboards are properly maintained. Your key tasks will include:

> Manage a staff of 4-5 computer and data specialists to monitor data quality and integrity in Agency critical databases

> Analyze data to identify trends in key Agency performance indicators and correlation with internal and external data trends

> Manage internal and external Agency reporting on Capital Project Delivery including the Agency’s Open Data compliance

The Ideal Candidate:
> Experience with supervising staff preferred. Knowledge and/or experience with Capital Design and Construction

> Prior experience in data analytics and business statistics and analysis is required

> Must have strong knowledge of databases, SQL language, and data mining and visualization tool (e.g. Qlikview)

Minimum Requirements:
BA and five years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 273827 here.

Title: Tech Specialist, Post Emergency Canvassing Operations

Civil Service Title: Computer Specialist (Software)

Agency: Department of Health & Mental Hygiene

Salary: $75,000 – 88,000

What the Agency Does: With an annual budget of $1.6 billion and more than 6,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. With over 200 years of leadership in the field, we're also one of our nation's oldest public health agencies. The challenges we face range from obesity, diabetes and heart disease to HIV/AIDS, tobacco addiction and substance abuse, and the threat of bioterrorism. We're tackling these issues with innovative policies and programs and getting exceptional results, but our work is never finished. The breadth of our innovative programs provides the widest range of choices for every member of our team.

What the Unit Does: The DOHMH Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (OEPR) promotes the Agency’s and NYC’s ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from health emergencies. OEPR coordinates agency-wide emergency preparedness planning, exercises and training, evaluation of incident response, exercise performance and collaborates with community and healthcare stakeholders, city, state & federal partners on public health and healthcare emergency planning and response.

What You Will Do: You will change how New York City responds to disasters by leveraging advances in technology and data analytics to allow the City to see and understand data faster than ever before. You will lead the development and implementation of new data analytics tools to rapidly canvass households in impacted communities after a disaster and connect vulnerable and stranded New Yorkers to emergency services. Your key tasks will include:

> Working with technical teams across the City to develop technical designs and data models for a canvassing data warehouse.

> Researching, developing and testing new and innovative technologies to capture, analyze and understand data after emergencies.

> Engaging in proactive capacity planning, including reviewing new technology solutions to ensure the business intelligence (BI) environment is scalable, extensible, and supportable for the future.

The Ideal Candidate:
> An all-star project manager who understands data architecture fundamentals, data modeling design and implementation, ETL and reporting processes.

> A master analyst with a high level of proficiency in SQL and experience solving data challenges associated with structured and unstructured data.

> A self-starter ready to work in a fast-paced environment on high-profile projects.

Minimum Requirements:
BA and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 215739 here.

Title: Data Architect

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: Our data integration work helps City agencies deliver more effective, holistic services to the right people at the right time, targeting support to those who can most benefit. One of our key tools for data integration is Worker Connect, a data sharing technology that allows caseworkers to see real-time information about clients drawn from multiple City sources, helping the City better coordinate the delivery of resources and support to individuals and families.

What You Will Do: The Data Architect will manage the data modeling and database architecture for a number of strategic citywide initiatives led by the Mayor’s Office of Operations. S/he will work closely with City agencies, contracted service providers and vendors to perform data profiling, source system analysis and data modeling. Additionally, s/he will participate in the development of innovative strategies to enable better data integration across multiple domains within the City. Your key tasks will include:

> Work with internal and external stakeholders to understand their data and reporting needs, present them with various options and guide them to analytic solutions that best meets their needs.

> Develop, update and maintain the conceptual, logical and physical data models capable of supporting existing and future reporting needs.

> Perform data profiling of legacy and strategic data source systems to assess data quality and identify issues, inconsistencies and missing data.

> Develop protocols and governance that promote data standards and data quality across multiple city agencies.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Commitment to the mission of advancing greater equality and opportunity

> Experience in modeling techniques and solutions in dimensional data models

> 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

Minimum Requirements:
MS and three years of relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title: Public (Open) Data Analyst

Civil Service Title: Computer Specialist (Software)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $77,157 - $ 99,406

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: Under the direct supervision of the Public Data & Quality Assurance Director the Data Analyst will structure NYC DOT’s Open Data content, maintain the inventory and work with business units and other IT & Telecom personnel to develop datasets in required formats. You will evaluate, test and update links available to public on the Web and to make sure the agency is in compliance with the Open Data Law (Local Law 11) passed in 2012 and subsequent amendments and will conduct research for public requests, identify datasets to be added, including those requested through Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) and organize public forums and provide analysis for agency work. Making sure NYC DOT complies with the Open Data Law to identify and develop digital data to be made available to the public-at-large through a single web portal. Your key tasks will include:

> Develop and maintain a NYC DOT Open Data Inventory and organize public forums and workshops about DOT data.

> Perform client management tasks, such as: Understanding business units’ datasets existing structures and format, and the resources required to provide dataset in required formats.

> Analyze structured and unstructured data to present meaningful information using Pivot tables, graphs, BI tools, and Big Data tools.

> Create an online data dictionary and regularly evaluate, test and update links available to the public on the NYC DOT and in the City’s Open Data web site.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Develops datasets in the following formats: CSV, JSON, PDF, RDF, RSS, XLS, XLSX, XML, ZIP drives.

> Experience with Data Mining, developing datasets types and metadata

> Experience with Open Data portals and data dictionaries, such as: Socrata, NYC Open Data portal, and ckan or dkan, open source data portals.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 236926 here.


Design Jobs


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Title: UX Assistant Director

Civil Service Title: IT Project Specialist

Agency: Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications

Salary: $75,000 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: DoITT provides for the sustained, efficient and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to New York City's residents, businesses, employees and visitors. As the City's technology leader, DoITT is responsible for maintaining the foundational IT infrastructure and systems that touch every aspect of City life from public safety to human services, from education to economic development crossing the full spectrum of governmental operations.

What the Division Does: The Human-Centered Design (“HCD”)/ Service Design at DoITT is building the capacity to approach problems and find solutions prior to and as a part of the SDLC. Our objective is to engage customers and end users through a highly collaborative and research based method that culminates in rapidly prototyping and testing potential minimum viable products (MVPs). Participating in and facilitating these assessments requires specific soft skills as well as experience with UX and responsive design on public-facing initiatives.

What You Will Do: The successful candidate will work on a variety of projects, including enterprise application development, mobile application development, COTS, or a combination of each of these, as well as participating in teams or facilitating assessments using a Human-Centered Design (“HCD”)/Service Design methodology. Your key tasks will include:

> Employing visualization methods to succinctly convey complex information, including, but not limited to, providing assistance in the analysis, definition, and documentation of internal operational process changes and/or project delivery methodologies, e.g. workflows, templates, collateral, digital assets, etc.

> Conduct appropriate research and analysis of users’ needs and developing or participating in the development of a modern and coherent software system design strategy ranging from a minimum viable product to a comprehensive system to meet these needs

> Translate requirements into process/navigational flows, user interaction models, functional specifications, wireframes, and final user interface designs for applications and/or related software functions

> Work with the Business Analysis, UX Design, and Application Development teams to develop business, technical, and product requirements adhering to Human-Centered Design (aka Service Design) principles

> Facilitate human-centered design workshop offerings to internal and external agency staff as part of DoITT’s workshop series

> Modernizing and promoting current design standards and processes, prototyping methods and tools, as well as staying current with new software features that improve usability

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of 3+ years software interaction design experience (also called user experience design or information architecture) and 2+ years graphic design experience

> Deep experience working on large, high visibility, public-facing applications, websites and mobile apps

> Experience with or knowledge of front-end coding (HTML5, CSS3, JS, JQuery), plus overall industry standards, best practices and trends

> Expert knowledge of wireframe/prototyping tools (Visio or Omnigraffle preferred), and design software (Adobe Creative Suite/ Photoshop/ Illustrator)

> Experience in Agile Development and Lean UX methodologies

> Experience in usability best practices, ADA accessibility, user research, prototyping and user testing

> An online design portfolio (PLEASE SUBMIT PDF OR PORTFOLIO URL) that demonstrates strong interaction, human-centered and visual design skills including the ability to work within established branding directions and technology constraints. Portfolio should also demonstrate experience designing transaction-, information- or technology-focused mobile and desktop applications.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and four years relevant experience

Apply Now! or search job ID 279192 here.

Title: UX/UI Designer

Civil Service Title: IT Project Specialist

Agency: Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications

Salary: $75,000 - $100,000

What the Agency Does: DoITT provides for the sustained, efficient and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to New York City's residents, businesses, employees and visitors. As the City's technology leader, DoITT is responsible for maintaining the foundational IT infrastructure and systems that touch every aspect of City life from public safety to human services, from education to economic development crossing the full spectrum of governmental operations.

What the Division Does: This position is in alignment with the City’s strategy to create a program at DoITT that will effectively serve as the City’s consulting arm for the implementation of application development projects across the City. This position will leverage DoITT’s expertise in project methodology, implementation best practices and development standards to deliver high quality solutions that meet agency business needs. Each City agency has different needs, providing many opportunities for interesting work but also presenting dynamic challenges to project teams deployed by DoITT.

What You Will Do: The successful candidate will serve as a UX/UI Designer reporting to the NYC Gov Lab & Studio within the Business Solutions Delivery Division. We are looking for candidates who not only have the required experience and skills but can demonstrate a high level of professionalism and customer service. If you are an IT professional who combines high business acumen with technical expertise and team collaboration, you are strongly encouraged to apply. Your key tasks will include:

> Employing visualization methods to succinctly convey complex information, including, but not limited to, providing assistance in the analysis, definition, and documentation of internal operational process changes and/or project delivery methodologies, e.g. workflows, templates, collateral, digital assets, etc.

> Conduct appropriate research and analysis of users’ needs and developing or participating in the development of a modern and coherent software system design strategy ranging from a minimum viable product to a comprehensive system to meet these needs

> Translate requirements into process/navigational flows, user interaction models, functional specifications, wireframes, and final user interface designs for applications and/or related software functions

> Front-end coding using prototyping and UX development tools

> Work with Business Analysis, Project Management, Product Management, Human-Centered Design (aka Service Design), Application Development and Quality Assurance teams to develop business, technical, and product requirements

> Oversee proper execution of front-end functionality with back-end system development of new or enhanced applications and/or related software functions

The Ideal Candidate:
> Minimum of 5 + years working experience including 3+ years software interaction design experience (also called user experience design or information architecture) and 2+ years graphic design experience

> Strong interaction and visual design/implementation experience, plus experience that encompasses design facilitation skills on public-facing projects

> Deep experience working on large, high visibility, public-facing applications, websites and mobile apps

> Significant knowledge of wireframe/prototyping tools (Visio or Omnigraffle preferred), and design software (Adobe Creative Suite/ Photoshop/ Illustrator)

> Significant experience working with responsive, device-independent web implementations

> Experience in usability best practices, ADA accessibility, user research, prototyping and user testing

> An online design portfolio (PLEASE SUBMIT PDF OR PORTFOLIO URL) that demonstrates that demonstrates strong interaction and visual design skills including the ability to work both independently and within established branding directions and technology constraints. Portfolio should also demonstrate experience designing transaction-, information- or technology-focused mobile and desktop applications, and facility with prototyping tools and front-end code.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and four years relevant experience

Apply Now! or search job ID 279254 here.

Title: Design Lead

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Design & Product team follows a human-centered process, working with stakeholders to analyze needs, identify opportunities and design and develop products and services that make an impact. Central to the work on all products and initiatives, we conduct user research, which informs the user experiences we design, and work closely with internal and vendor technology teams to prototype, develop, and set ongoing strategy and roadmaps for digital tools.

What You Will Do: The Design Lead uses visual, user experience, interaction, and service design to prototype and design public services to decrease poverty and increase opportunity for New Yorkers. S/he will work closely with design, data and technology team members to enhance and expand our current products and create new services. Your key tasks will include:

> Lead research, design, prototyping, development, and testing of new and existing public services.

> Conduct user research and testing including outreach, planning, and facilitation.

> Turn user research insights into actionable items and deliverables, including journey maps, research reports, enhancement lists, etc.

> Contribute to identification of current product enhancements and new offerings including development of strategy, design, deliverables, and final products.

> Design data visualizations and dashboards.

> Facilitate design process with stakeholders inside and outside government.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Commitment to the mission of advancing greater equality and opportunity through human-centered design practices in government.

> Design in any/all of the following practices: user experience, human-centered design, interaction design, user research, data visualization, and service design.

> Experience with visual design tools such as Adobe Creative Suite, rapid prototyping tools such as Axure, and open development environments such as GitHub.

> Experience in systems development lifecycle and strong understanding of information technology systems development, project management, and maintenance practices.

Minimum Requirements:
BA and three years relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title:Training and Outreach Specialist

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Design & Product team follows a human-centered process, working with stakeholders to analyze needs, identify opportunities and design and develop products and services that make an impact. Central to the work on all products and initiatives, we conduct user research, which informs the user experiences we design, and work closely with internal and vendor technology teams to prototype, develop, and set ongoing strategy and roadmaps for digital tools.

What You Will Do: The Training and Outreach Specialist develops curriculum, provides outreach strategy and engagement, and delivers presentations and communications materials. S/he has expert knowledge in our product portfolio, is comfortable speaking in front of large groups, and brings stakeholder feedback to the product teams. Your key tasks will include:

> Delivers a comprehensive multi-stakeholder, multi-media learning strategy for each product in coordination with the product business teams.

> Creates outreach strategy and conducts outreach including recruiting attendees, scheduling, and tracking participation.

> Produces job aids and learning materials for classroom and online instruction.

> Develops social media and video training assets.

> Attends events hosted by City agencies and providers to promote products.

> Contribute to identification of current product enhancements and new offerings based on feedback from engagement sessions and user testing.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Commitment to the mission of advancing greater equality and opportunity through human-centered design practices in government.

> Strong digital literacy and computer skills.

> Experience developing outreach strategy and activities.

> Experience in systems development lifecycle and strong understanding of information technology systems development, project management, and maintenance practices.

Minimum Requirements:
BA and three years relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title: Web Developer

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Design team members follow a human-centered process to work with stakeholders to analyze needs and opportunities and turn them into actionable services. Central to the work on all products and new initiatives, the team conducts user research, creates user experience, and works closely with the internal and vendor technology teams to prototype, develop, and set ongoing strategy for digital tools.

What You Will Do: The web developer will work closely with design, data and technology team members to enhance and expand our current products and create new digital services. S/he should have strong front end development skills to make tools that are human-centered and help make complex information easy to understand. Your key tasks will include:

> Building web-based applications and data visualizations including informational sites, transactional applications, maps, interactive graphics, charts, and dashboards.

> Project management, including developing and maintaining project plans and other documents, managing and coordinating project elements, reviewing agency and interagency work products, and ensuring efficient progress on implementation.

> Coordinating development efforts with internal and vendor teams.

> Working closely with data including quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

The Ideal Candidate:
> HTML, CSS, javascript (including libraries such as d3), WordPress, web mapping (including cartodb), GIS and the Google Charts API

> Strong collaboration with design, technology, and business team members

> Working with data from diverse sources including case management systems, 311 service requests, and other City, State, and Federal data feeds

Minimum Requirements:
BA and three years of relevant work experience.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title: Apprentice

Agency: Mayor's Office of Operations

What the Agency Does: The Mayor's Office of Operations works to make City government more effective, efficient, coordinated and equitable in carrying out its day-to-day business. It monitors the performance of all City agencies and serves as a research and project management hub for the Mayor’s Office. We are seeking candidates for design, data and technology roles to develop and support digital products that reduce poverty and advance opportunity for City residents.

What the Division Does: The Design team members follow a human-centered process to work with stakeholders to analyze needs and opportunities and turn them into actionable services. Central to the work on all products and new initiatives, the team conducts user research, creates user experience, and works closely with the internal and vendor technology teams to prototype, develop, and set ongoing strategy for digital tools.

What You Will Do: An apprenticeship with our team is an opportunity to grow your expertise in design, digital services or public policy and help improve the lives of millions of New Yorkers. We are currently seeking students with an interest in design, product management, data visualization or public policy. Apprenticeships are project-based, part-time and usually last 2-3 months. Projects will focus on the delivery, on-going success, and continuous improvement of government services. Your key tasks will include:

> Assist in the creation of research plans and frameworks

> Assist in the preparation and facilitation of user interviews, usability testing and workshops, including note taking and setup

> Assist with research synthesis to generate insights and inform design decisions

> Assist in the creation of prototypes, design assets and project documentation

The Ideal Candidate:
> Design in any/all of the following practices: user experience, human centered design, interaction design, user research, data visualization, and service design

> Turning user research insights into actionable insights and materials, such as user experience flows

> Interest in using plain language to help residents access and interact with government services

Minimum Requirements:
Apprenticeships are open to undergraduate or graduate students with a background or interest in design, product development, public policy, health or social impact.

Interested? Contact us or learn more here.

Title:Communications Specialist

Agency: Housing Development Corporation (HDC)

What the Agency Does:The New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) is a public benefit corporation and the nation’s largest municipal Housing Finance Agency. HDC’s programs support the construction and preservation of multi-family affordable housing in New York City.

What You Will Do: The Communications Specialist will support the Communications Department on all internal and external communications, with an emphasis on visual design and content. The ideal candidate will have solid organizational, graphic design, communication, and writing skills; and some experience with photography and digital media is preferred. The ideal candidate will also have the ability to work independently, analyzing information critical to HDC’s business and proposing strategies for the successful communication of that information to HDC’s staff, partners and the general public as appropriate. The position requires creativity and judgment, with responsibilities increasing over time. Your key tasks will include:

> Create, edit, and coordinate content for the website, digital media, and other materials critical to the messaging of HDC’s business.

> Participate in the design, editing, and distribution of various media including press releases, marketing materials, and presentations.

> Ensure consistency of brand, logo, and messaging on all internal and external digital content.

> Provide strategic support to the communications department; including the organization and retention of records, the processing of invoices, the tracking of inter-departmental materials and photographs, and maintaining/updating key contact lists.

> Maintain a correspondence log tracking arrival, assignment and disposition of the department’s incoming and outgoing mail, emails and calls.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Graphic Design skills with proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop).

> Web Design experience and knowledge of Content Management Systems (Drupal, Sharepoint, etc.)

> Multimedia production skills preferred, including photography and videography.

> Social media management knowledge a plus: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.

Minimum Requirements:
BA

Apply Now! or learn more here.

HDC is an equal opportunity employer. Please email your cover letter and resume to jobs@nychdc.com or fax to (212) 227-6893. Submitted resumes must be accompanied by a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

Title: Content Strategist

Civil Service Title: COMPUTER SPECIALIST (SOFTWARE)

Agency: Department of Transportation

Salary: $92,065 - $127,486

What the Agency Does: The Department of Transportation's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. The agency's work is guided by the Strategic Plan 2016: Safe - Green - Smart - Equitable.

What You Will Do: The unit seeks a Content Strategist/Writer who has demonstrated ability to develop, edit, and curate content for presentation in multiple channels. You will use your design sensibility and vision to curate content across CRM platforms, web sites, and mobile applications, conduct site audits to identify content gaps, redundancies, and opportunities and develop style guidelines, content and search optimization techniques. You will work with content owners, technical architects, and subject matter experts to update agency’s publicly accessible content inventory and Collaborate with external partners such as DoITT and 311 on content and programmatic changes in CRM systems, web portals, and mobile applications. Your key tasks will include:

> Ensure content set is accurate and consistent in style, tone, and format and efficiently maintained across channels.

> Evaluate content effectiveness using analytical tools and customer feedback.

> Analyze content changes to determine operational unit impact and identify content gaps and redundancies, making appropriate recommendations based on research and analysis.

The Ideal Candidate:
> Proficiency in presenting complex agency business processes in a user-friendly format with accuracy and consistency.

> Experience managing a Web content management system (Drupal preferred), social media tools, HTML, web design and maintenance tools, and business intelligence/analytics tools.

> Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio

> Ability to work both independently and collaboratively, and to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines.

Minimum Requirements:
BA/BS and two years of relevant work experience.

Apply Now! or search job ID 272437 here.









Here's why you should join us:

Complex Challenges


New York City has hundreds of complex urban challenges that require your top-notch skills and innovative solutions.






Massive Impact


Make a tangible and massive impact on the lives of 8.4 million New Yorkers who will use the services that you design and build.






New Skills


Sure, you know Node.js or Invisio, but have you ever built apps to help prevent homelessness or stop crime?









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