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Two state government departments recruit professionals in management and technology fields.
The California Workforce Development Board (CWDB) is seeking a web developer/cloud architect (IT Specialist II) for the development of the School Board’s Cross-Systems Analysis and Assessment Systems and Technology for Learning and Skills (CAAL-Skills) web portal. The developer/architect “works closely with business analysts, data analysts, business intelligence developers, researchers, and other technical staff at CWDB, partner organizations, and stakeholders,” according to the job offer.
The Developer/Architect “is fully responsible for all aspects of the design, coding, testing, and analysis of software programs and applications, including, but not limited to, requirements analysis, systems design, interface development, web development on AWS Cloud infrastructure, testing and implementation”. as per posting and statement of service. The incumbent also “researches, documents and modifies software specifications throughout the software development life cycle. The incumbent works on technology solutions essential to the data management and administration unit.
The CWDB is “the governor’s agent for the development, oversight, and continual improvement of California’s workforce investment system and the alignment of education and training investment systems. workforce,” according to the council’s website.
The position has a monthly salary range of $7,700 to $10,318 and the application deadline is April 25.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles is hiring for a Deputy Division Manager/Program Manager to serve as the DMV Coordinator for the National Voter Registration Act. Qualifying candidates are screened and assessed under the Special Examination and Appointment (SEA) program.
The Deputy Chief, working under the administrative direction of the Deputy Director, Licensing Operations Division, oversees the work within the Motorized Voter Automation Unit. As Coordinator of the National Voter Registration Act, the incumbent will be responsible for all Motor Voter-related policy activities and day-to-day quality assurance, be the primary point of contact for all Motor Voter program-related IT activities, and collaborate with external stakeholders to ensure departmental compliance with Motor Voter program requirements.
Job responsibilities include program oversight and reporting (30%), collaboration (20%), management (20%), legislative evaluation (10%), training and communication (10%) and various other functions. You will find more details about the position in the job posting and the job description. The role has a monthly salary range of $9,644 to $10,952, and the application deadline is April 15.