The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Technology and Support Division (TSD), Office of Technology Planning (OTP) is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Principal Information Systems Analyst (PISA). This position is located at 12440 East Imperial Highway, Norwalk, California 90650
Essential Job Functions
The position is responsible for the planning, administration, and coordination of new IT Projects. This includes, but not limited to: gathering business requirements, coordination of project initiation meetings, interfacing with Department business and IT project managers, writing procurement documents -Statement Of Work (SOW), Request For Information (RFI), Request For Bid (RFB), T-Specifications, and Request For Proposal (RFP), interfacing with the Department's Sheriff's Contracts unit, making recommendations, providing IT project management status, and formulating IT policies and procedures.
Candidates must currently hold the position of Principal Information Systems Analyst (PISA)
Two (2) years paid experience in the following areas: IT Project Management practices/procedures and methodologies
Establishes IT Governance policy in accordance with Department IT project management standards, practices and strategies.
Knowledge of numerous IT disciplines and platforms
Knowledge of Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) solutions, in house development efforts, and Remote Hosting (RHO) solutions
Writing Statement Of Work (SOW), Request For Information (RFI), Request For Bid (RFB), T-Specifications, and Request For Proposal (RFP) IT procurement documentation
IT Strategic and Enterprise architectures
IT Project system designs, Enterprise standards, guidelines and strategies.
Interested candidates should submit the following: Resume
Last two years of Performance Evaluations
Last two years of time records
Recent (Within the last two years) Information Technology (IT) Project Management documentation
5/40 and 9/80, regular day shift
Closing Date/Time: Continuous
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