We're developing an innovative and hardworking team to implement the new Paid Family and Medical Leave program and we'd love for you to join us! If you thrive in a fast-paced environment and want to make a difference on a state and national level, our team could be a great fit.
Unless otherwise noted, all Paid Family & Medical Leave positions are located in Lacey.
Training Manager: The PFML Training Manager is responsible for all aspects of the training life cycle which includes needs assessment, curriculum design, implementation, facilitation, and evaluation for the division's operational training for managers, staff, and external users. As the PFML Training Manager, you will be accountable for ensuring training is developed and delivered so that employees in the PFML division are prepared and have training resources to perform their work. Closes April 28, 2019
Policy Analyst: In this role you will work as a member of a team that coordinates the administrative rulemaking process for the Paid Family and Medical Leave program. You will consult and advise agency executive leadership, program management and external stakeholders on legislation and related legal mandates, as well as develop and implement strategic plans, processes and related improvements. Closes April 30, 2019
Developer in Operations (DevOps) supervisor: As the Developer in Operations Supervisor, you will directly supervise the DevOps Team and assign resources to application/system development and maintenance. You will be responsible for designing and implementing a 24/7 tier 2 and 3 support of production and non-production environments as needed to support the project's success. You will manage and engineer a highly available production service using DevOps principles, monitoring and documentation. Closes April 30, 2019
Fiscal Analyst 3: As a Fiscal Analyst 3 for the Paid Family and Medical Leave Research and Analysis Team, your primary responsibility will be to assist with assuring compliance of financial policies and procedures issued by the department of OFM regulations. You will also assist in the management of the unit financial and accounting operations and activities, as well as educate employers, claimants, and internal customers, providing technical assistance to meet regulatory requirements. Closes May 7, 2019
Operations Analyst: As the operations analyst, you will serve as a consultant to leadership on operational performance. You will gather information, analyze complex data, and prepare written analyses and recommendations. You will also provide input on policies and procedures, as well as manage or assist with projects within the operations division. Closes May 7, 2019
Application Developer supervisor: As the Application Developer Supervisor, you will foster a team culture by setting and measuring performance and development goals, and supply expertise in development techniques, providing tools, and setting conditions that also support individual success. You will also design, engineer and lead application system development projects, following agency standards and software development lifecycle. Closes May 8, 2019
Developer in Operations: In this role you will support the development, implementation and maintenance of information systems and software operations on a large, complex, new line of business, policy and formal rule development. Whether you are just starting out or looking to advance your IT career, this position will help you build experience and skills necessary for both government and private sector jobs. Closes May 8, 2019
Application Developer (ITS 3 & ITS 4): In these roles, you will have increasing responsibility, and be relied upon to support the development, enhancement, and maintenance of applications, following best practices related to agile system development and system design and technology. This will be done to Employment Security Department standards, maintaining system documentation that supports continuous improvement and support success. You will also assist in identifying new opportunities to automate business processes and customer experiences. Closes May 15, 2019.
Senior SDET Testing Specialist: As a Senior SDET Testing Specialist, you will be responsible for developing and executing automated tests in support of the project timeline, and supporting User Acceptance Testing (UAT) as directed by the SDET Test Lead. You will be relied on to analyze test automation and application code, database scripts and structures to determine the specific issue or issues causing a defect. You will also provide diagnostic information to assist scrum teams efficient issue resolution. Closes May 15, 2019.
Lead Software Engineer: In this role, you will design and develop technical solutions that support business process, system and application improvements. You will also be responsible for maintaining system documentation to support development and testing of mission critical systems that enable the implementation and operation of the Paid Family and Medical Leave division and program. Closes May 16, 2019.