Title: SYSTEMS SOFTWARE SPECIALIST I (TECHNICAL) Salary: $5,064.00 - $6,465.00 Posted: 07/02/2013
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JOB DESCRIPTION :
Under the direction of the supervisor from the Compliance Montoring Unit, the Compliance Monitoring Application Specialist performs a wide variety of consultative, analytical, & evaluative assignments to ensure the security & integrity of Franchise Tax Board’s (FTB) applications within the department’s automated information systems. The incumbent is responsible for performing applications/systems security audits to ensure that all information systems are in compliance with Information security policies & procedures in order to adequately safeguard FTB's information system.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES :
Please see the Systems Software Specialist I (Technical) classification specification for specific required knowledge, skills and abilities.
DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS :
Working experience with developing applications in Java and/or .Net
Working knowledge of TCP/IP
Knowledge of active directory, user authentication and authorization, & GPO
Knowledge of performing security penetration test
The ability to communicate security-related concepts to a broad range of technical & non-technical staff
The ability to independently perform technical research
Implement secure coding standard within SDLC
WHO MAY APPLY : Current state employees with status in the above classification or lateral transfers from an equivalent class, former state employees who can reinstate into this class or persons who are reachable on a current employment list for this classification. A training and development assignment (T & D) may also be considered. All appointments are subject to SROA/Surplus hiring provisions. Surplus candidates must submit an application packet as outlined in this bulletin with a copy of their surplus status letter in order to be considered.
HOW TO APPLY : Interested applicants must submit ALL of the following documents:
*A completed application includes the position title, position number and contact person’s name in the job title line, and must be signed. Candidates who do not submit all of the required documents (incomplete application packages) will be eliminated from the selection process. All submitted information will be screened and the most qualified candidates will be invited to an interview. FTB EMPLOYEES MUST HAND DELIVER OR ROUTE TO: Quon Chen at M/S A-190. Candidates not currently employed by the Franchise Tax Board must send their application package to the address shown below. Multiple positions may exist for this vacancy.
RPA # 1213-0911
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