The Office of Technology Services is an end-to-end IT shop that supports many sectors within the executive branch of state government, and we are always looking for motivated professionals to help support information technology services across all areas of expertise.
OTS fosters careers in areas such as application development, incident management, systems administration, core infrastructure management, communications services, networking, program management and mass mail/print operations.
Our agency offers many benefits and provides opportunities for its employees; not only do they work in an exciting, innovative field, but they also have plenty of potential for advancement.
Current Job Openings
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|Job Title||Closing Date||Additional Information|
|IT Statewide Applications Developer 1/2/3/4||October 03, 2022||Designs, codes, compiles, tests, debugs, modifies and documents new or existing programs within accepted standards, procedures and guidelines. Defines data elements, identifies and programs required modifications to database schemas, database interfaces and system interfaces. Assists in analyzing requests for changes to determine the impact on programs. Defines technical approach for approved enhancements, develops technical specifications for change requests and assists in the setting of priorities for the changes.|
|IT Statewide Applications Developer 1/2/3/4||October 04, 2022||Designs, codes, compiles, tests, debugs, modifies and documents new or existing applications using the OTS technology stack to conform to AppDM accepted standards, procedures and guidelines. Meets with users to determine project needs and provide system support. Evaluates user's request for changes to determine specific tasks and effects on existing programs and systems. Writes project, program, and system specifications. Develops software utilities as needed to increase productivity.|
|IT Statewide Associate Engineer 1/2/3/4 (DCO)||October 03, 2022||Performs, with oversight, basic information technology infrastructure maintenance tasks such as security patching and standard updates. Assists in providing basic help desk support tasks pertaining to data center operations. Assists in provisioning basic services per approved requests. Assists in basic installations and configurations of equipment and supporting software. May assist in after hours emergency maintenance.|
|IT Statewide Manager 2||October 04, 2022||Responsible for managing a systems support team to administer centralized systems and perform problem management functions. The technicians in this unit provide advanced support of end user hardware, software and applications for OTS customer devices and associated peripherals along with basic or advanced troubleshooting of the Local Area Network and server equipment.|
|IT Statewide Systems Technician 1/2/3/4 (TS)||October 06, 2022||Serves as technical lead for statewide information technology end user functions. Performs as subject matter expert for support of multiple agencies or vendor/third party coordination involving complex tasks and projects. Directs lower level staff in the utilization of monitoring tools to analyze the state of networking and telecommunication issues (ex. routers, circuits, switches, etc.). Work as the lead with other OTS teams, Circuit Vendors and Wiring Contractors for the resolution of networking, telecommunication and wiring issues.|
|Student Worker (RM)||October 06, 2022||An applicant must be enrolled in an accredited college or university in the State, in a sufficient number of courses and classes in such institution to be classified as a full-time regular student under the criteria used by the institution in which they are enrolled. A full-time student retains their status during breaks, which occur in the course of or between session, including summer breaks. Pay will be hourly and based upon the student’s major and classification within their program. Student operators may be scheduled to work 15-25 hours per week, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.|