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Information Services
Assistant Information systems Analyst
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State of California | Sacramento, CA
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Job Description

Rates and Cost Recovery & Network Cost Analysis Unit/
Financial Management Branch/Administration Division
Assistant Information Systems Analyst (Specialist) $3,106-$5,050
Final File Date: 11/14/13

Who Are We?

Operating within the California Department of Technology, the Administration Division provides critical administrative support to all of the department's divisions and offices. We provide the correct staffing resources and the funding needed to meet the service delivery and support requirements of our 500 state, county, and federal customers. We are on the front lines of providing many important services the department depends on, including budgeting, rates development, accounting, financial reporting, facilities management, procurement, and human resources.

We provide excellent health benefits, generous vacation and sick leave accrual, exceptional retirement benefits, 11 paid state holidays, and two paid professional development days per year. We value the importance of your work life balance. As a result, many of our positions allow for telework, flextime, or alternate work week schedules. We are committed to growing all of our talented staff. We are located in the Rancho Cordova area and offer free parking.

What You'll Be Doing…

As an Assistant Information Systems Analyst, you will work cooperatively with your team and others within the organization to assist in compilation of monthly invoices for all services provided by the Department of Technology.

This is the entry and first journey level. Under the supervision of the Rates & Cost Recovery supervisor or the Network Cost Analysis Unit supervisor, the Assistant Information Systems Analyst acts as an Information Technology (IT) Financial Systems Specialist performing service rate analysis, costing of IT services, audit and validate telecommunication invoices, expenditure and revenue analysis, impact analysis of IT services, interpret information from the financial systems that support the rate development, network billing and other cost recovery functions. You will also provide consulting to all levels of the organization to solve a wide range of business and technical problems.

Who We're Looking For…

We're looking for dedicated, talented individuals who possess the following skills and abilities:

- Basic understanding of IT programs, software, policies, and procedures for billing, data collection, and invoice generation
- Familiar with IT practices to make correct choices from alternatives associated with all services
- Ability to apply the available billing system processes to interpret and correct anomalies associated with billing and invoice generation
- Ability to explain all billing data collection process methodologies, charges/rates development and application and all customer invoice line items associated with customer use of the Departmental resources
- Serves as the interface between technical staff supporting the 70+ services offered by the Department and State Personnel Board
- Use of a Personal Computer (PC), access to mainframe environments, PeopleSoft Financial System, various software products (Word, Excel, MS Project, Visio, Access Databases, and other related applications), printers, fax machines, blackberry, and other office tools
- Work weekends, overtime, or holiday may be required
- Experience and/or education in performing accounting functions or related field

How to Apply…

Interested applicants must submit a State application to:

Human Resources/Attn: Ann Huckleberry - RPA 13-070/13-071
P. O. Box 1810
Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-1810
Inquiries: Natividad Nevarez,(916) 431-4286

When applying for a Job Opening, you must be sure to submit one state application per RPA #. You must indicate the RPA # you are applying for on your application; otherwise, your application will not be processed.

If you are not currently in state service, you must take, pass, and place within a reachable rank of the exam which corresponds with the Assistant Information Systems Analyst classification. These exams can be accessed at the California Department of Human Resources' website at http://www.jobs.ca.gov.

The Fine Print…

Applications will be accepted only from individuals currently at the Assistant Information Systems Analyst level, or applicants who have transfer or list eligibility. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be scheduled for an interview. All appointments are subject to SROA/Surplus provisions. Training and Development Assignments may be considered.

About State of California

CSAC has a long history of helping our members accomplish their missions. We now proudly offer our latest program to make human resource (HR) advice and services easily accessible to each county. Our intent in forming CSAC HR Advisory Services was to initiate a way for counties to acquire essential services efficiently without significant cost. We are particularly pleased with the quality of the public/private partnership of Shannon Associates and CPS, selected through a competitive RFP process. Shannon Associates is well-known to many of you for its exceptional search services and long history of working with counties to make their management structures more efficient. CPS is already a presence in all our counties through its administration of the Merit Systems Services programs, and its ongoing consulting role with our county human resources departments. We at CSAC believe that partnerships with other entities benefit our members, and we are excited about the creation of this HR alliance through the RFP process. We know you will experience the excellent service you have come to expect from your association, and we welcome further opportunities to help you satisfy your business demands.