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Company: The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
The Metropolitan Water District’s Information Technology Group has two (2) openings for a Principal Information Technology Analyst (Project Manager). This position will be responsible for concurrently managing several Information Technology projects in areas such as application development, infrastructure, cloud and operational business areas among others. This position will perform project management duties on various complex information technology initiatives including directing project teams, developing schedules, project plans, Request for Proposals (RFP's), budgets, consulting agreements, and monitoring/tracking project progress. The Principal IT Analyst position will also be responsible for reporting project status, risk, and resolutions to wide audiences including management, users, and stakeholders. Additionally, this position will also assist and mentor less experienced staff in the areas of project management where applicable.
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To view the full job description click here: Principal Information Technology Analyst
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and eight years of increasingly responsible experience, of which two years must have been at the Senior Programmer Analyst or Senior Systems Analyst level.
Increasingly Responsible Experience is defined as: Any combination of experience in the following areas equaling eight (8) years: Experience working with software applications (such as Oracle, PeopleSoft, Financial systems, Maximo, or Enterprise operational systems), and/or experience coordinating the implementation of IT Infrastructure or Information Security.
CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS
License(s): Valid California Class C Driver’s License or equivalent (required at time of application) that allows you to drive during your employment.
• Competitive compensation
• Excellent medical, dental, life, vision plans.
• Deferred compensation in the form of a 401(k) plan (with matching contribution) and a 457 plan.
• Retirement benefits under the California Public Employees' Retirement System
• Tuition reimbursement
• Training and advancement opportunities
• Excellent working environment
• Public transportation reimbursements
• Hub of public transportation: rail, subway, buses, and taxis
• On-site fitness center
For more information on MWD benefits, please use the following link: Benefits Regular FT PT Employees (Represented)
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Qualified individuals with disabilities, who need a reasonable accommodation during the application or selection process, please call (213) 217-7738 or email: [email protected]
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is a consortium of 26 cities and water districts that provides drinking water to nearly 19 million people in Southern California. Metropolitan’s mission is to provide its service area with adequate and reliable supplies of high quality water to meet current and future needs in an environmentally and economically responsible way. Metropolitan’s facilities include the 242-mile Colorado River Aqueduct, five water treatment plants with a combined capacity of 2.3 billion gallons per day, nine surface water reservoirs, 800 miles of pipeline, and 16 hydroelectric power plants.
MWD is a Federal and State EO employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.
Application Filing Period: Closes at 4:30 pm PST on the date stated in the job announcement. However it may close prior to the filing end date if sufficient applications have been received. If sufficient applications have not been received, then the filing period end date may be extended.
Sponsorship: Applicants for employment with The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States (i.e., H1-B or other employment-based immigration case).