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.
Application Developer: Paid Family and Medical Leave is recruiting for multiple (Project) Application Developers (ITS3) positions. You will be a member of a fast-paced team working to assist in the design, development and implementation of the project's release. In this role, you will provide development and troubleshooting on the PFML project team and work with internal and external stakeholders to design and develop technical solutions that meet business' needs. These solutions will support business process improvements, system and application improvements, and development and testing of mission-critical systems that enable the implementation and operation of PFML. This position is also key to engaging and retaining PFML employees by enabling and empowering them to be successful through being fully trained and informed in their job responsibilities. Closes Feb. 28, 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 Feb. 28, 2019
Technology Secretary Senior: We're recruiting a Secretary Senior to provide assistance and report directly to the Technology Manager. As a member of the administrative support team, you will participate in establishing standardized practices in support of the Paid Family Medical Leave division. You'll be relied upon to problem solve, support the critical day to day operational needs of the division, anticipate and proactively support administrative needs. Closes March 6, 2019
Operational Policy Analyst: In this role, the majority of your work will be in developing, implementing and integrating an operational policy manual. Your expertise in research and analysis of laws and rules will allow you to provide operational level policy interpretation and guidance. You will also be responsible for consulting and advising stakeholders and staff on strategic planning, operations and performance by reviewing and gathering information, analyzing complex data, preparing written analyses and making recommendations to leadership. Closes March 10, 2019
Policy Analyst: This position will assist leadership with strategic planning, process management and rules coordination to stand up this new program, system and division. You'll also lead the coordination of policy and fiscal analysis, administrative rulemaking, stakeholder management, Lean improvement and other efforts that require multi-divisional efforts and interagency collaboration. Closes March 14, 2019
Fiscal Analyst: 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 March 17, 2019