Title: ASSOCIATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST (SPECIALIST) Salary: $4,619.00 - $6,074.00 Posted: 03/13/2014
Under the general supervision of the Data Processing Manager I, Technology Program Support Section, the incumbent will serve as the IT Contract Analyst. The AISA will independently perform all duties associated with procurement of IT networks and systems, including software, consulting, hardware, equipment, and other related IT acquisitions. Provides technical leadership in the development and implementation of the IT contracting process. Independently develop, review and analyze requests for IT service contracts and IT contract amendments. Reviews request for compliance with established state IT policies including State Administrative Manual (SAM), Statewide Information Management Manual (SIMM), and California Technology Agency, Technology Letter’s (TL), and the California State Contracting Manual (SCM), Volume 3 (Information Technology).
The AISA serves as the TSD resource to compile pertinent contract information on technology issues affecting the Board. Provides technical leadership in the development and implementation of the IT contracting process. Independently develop, review and analyze requests for IT service contracts and IT contract amendments. Works with Project Managers to collaboratively develop the necessary requirements and specifications to perform all functions necessary to develop, amend, renew, and monitor IT consulting contracts through the competitive bid process, interagency agreements (IAAs), and Leveraged Procurement Agreement process. Writes technical requirements and duties specifications of IT consultants. Coordinates project management staff to determine technical skill sets and contract deliverables. Analyzes requirements of proposed IT contract deliverables for compliance with scope, schedule, and cost requirements of the approved IT project.
Conducts research to respond to, and resolve a variety of issues related to IT contracts. Provide information and clarification regarding IT contracting policies, processes and State oversight as needed. Research existing contract packages in response to queries from contract managers based on requirements submitted. Prepare statistical reports on contract and contract amendment packages for IT managers. Develops, tracks, and maintains IT contracts and interagency agreements (IAA’s).
To be considered, applicants must respond to the supplemental questionnaire. All applications will be carefully screened and only the top candidates will be selected for an interview. Please state your eligibility for this position in the Explanations section of your application. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
You must complete and submit the supplemental questionnaire with your application or your application will not be considered. This questionnaire will assist in reviewing your qualifications for the advertised Associate Information Systems Analyst vacancy. To be considered for interview, responses to the following questions must be submitted with your application. Please limit your responses to no more than two pages total.
1.) What interests you about this position?
2.) Please describe your knowledge and understanding of the State Contracting Manual (SCM), Volume 3 and how have you applied it your past work experience.
3.) Please describe your work experience related to IT contracts and/or procurements.
290 - 381 - 1470 - 069
Technology Services Department
Final Filing Date:
Technology Services Department 450 N Street, MIC: 26 Sacramento, CA 95814
Veronica Dodd (916) 322-0665
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