Title: ASSOCIATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST (SPECIALIST) Salary: $4,619.00 - $5,897.00 Posted: 05/20/2013
Under the general direction of the Procurement Section Manager, the Associate Information Systems Analyst (AISA) Acquisitions Systems Specialist has lead responsibility for the assessment, development, implementation, documentation, and ongoing support of major acquisitions systems and processes and information technologies currently in use or anticipated within the Acquisitions Branch, including PCA, BAS, and FI$Cal. Coordinates systems, processes, and procedures within the Acquisitions Branch and with the BOE, and provides related training to Acquisitions and BOE staff. Participates in feasibility studies for proposed business information systems, applications, and program changes. Assists in the development of management information systems and reports. Works as project leader and is responsible for project management, planning, and coordination on Intranet design and development efforts. Documents acquisitions systems and processes. Acts as project leader over other Acquisitions Branch projects as needed. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
In addition to the STD. 678 not more than a two-page typed response to the following questions must be submitted with your application.
1. BOE’s Acquisitions Branch is one of the busiest in the State in terms of volume and complexity of work and expected turnaround time. Please substantiate from your experience how you manage multiple conflicting priorities and pressures as a full journey level contracts and procurement lead analyst in this setting.
2. In addition to your responsibilities as a lead acquisitions analyst, you will be responsible to lead the implementation of the Statewide FI$Cal system for the Administrative Support Division, which involves business process reengineering and change management in an Enterprise Resource Planning environment. What is your experience in this and how would you ensure all the requirements of the existing legacy systems, processes and technologies are addressed in the FI$Cal environment?
3. What is your familiarity with the Department of General Services required annual acquisitions reporting and how would you address this functionality in a table-driven information system? In addition, how would you address the need for ad-hoc reports?
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