Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, managing, leading, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. A project is a temporary business activity with a clearly defined beginning and end, and undertaken to meet the specified goals and objectives of a Client Agency. Often, projects require the same management skills as ongoing operations, such as human resource and financial management, the need for clear and effective communications, strong team building, as well as the ability to effectively analyze, synthesize, estimate, and sequence the required work activities. However, project managers are expected to perform similar activities, but under a fixed and often aggressive timeframe. The project manager relies on their managerial experience and skills coupled with a competency in project management principles, best practices, methods and tools to achieve success.
|Project Manager 1||View Position Details||$64.05||Request A Resume|
|Project Manager 2||View Position Details||$71.26||Request A Resume|
|Project Manager 3||View Position Details||$84.50||Request A Resume|
|Project Controller||View Position Details||$67.90||Request A Resume|
|IV&V||View Position Details||$68.60||Request A Resume|
Software Development and Engineering Support
Software Engineering or Software Development involves activities associated with the design, programming, quality assurance (testing), deployment and/or ongoing support of a software program or application that is intended to meet a defined set of business and/or technical requirements. Software Development is a discipline that is multi-dimensional, requiring that individuals possess a solid understanding of the fundamentals of software engineering in the context of expertise and proficiency in one or more programming languages. This is further complicated by the fact that the skills of a Software Engineer may exist in the narrow context of a specific industry or business objective. For the purposes of these consulting positions, the Software Engineering category also includes related specialty skills such as Database Administration as well a- other positions that typically support the software development lifecycle.
|2.1 Software Engineer 1||View Position Details||$44.75||Request A Resume|
|2.2 Software Engineer 2||View Position Details||$64.51||Request A Resume|
|2.3 Software Engineer 3||View Position Details||$71.51||Request A Resume|
|2.4 Solution Architect||View Position Details||$81.20||Request A Resume|
|2.5 Enterprise Architect||View Position Details||$81.20||Request A Resume|
|2.6 Quality Assurance Manager||View Position Details||$65.45||Request A Resume|
|2.7 Business Analyst 1||View Position Details||$52.15||Request A Resume|
|2.8 Business Analyst 2||View Position Details||$59.15||Request A Resume|
|2.9 Technical Writer||View Position Details||$55.30||Request A Resume|
|2.10 Web Content Designer||View Position Details||$59.15||Request A Resume|
|2.11 Graphics Artist||View Position Details||$69.30||Request A Resume|
Systems Engineering Support
Technical activities that involve activities associated with the design, construction, implementation and/or ongoing support of State or Client Agency’s technology infrastructure, including, but not limited to networking, security, hardware platforms, virtualization environments, and enterprise storage solutions. System Engineering is multi-dimensional, requiring that individuals possess a solid understanding of the fundamentals of technology infrastructure and how it support critical State and Client Agency business systems. Individuals in these positions may be assigned to a variety of activities, based on the needs of the Client Agency or the State.
|3.1 System Engineer 1||View Position Details||$36.75||Request A Resume|
|3.2 System Engineer 2||View Position Details||$49.70||Request A Resume|
|3.3 System Engineer 3||View Position Details||$63.70||Request A Resume|