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Employment Type:
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Job Category:
Information Services
Information Systems Developer
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Yuba County Water Agency | Marysville, CA
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Job Description


Salary Range: $80,019.58 - $97,264.29 annually

Exempt position. Open Until Filled


Under general direction of the Information Systems Manager, the Information Systems Developer provides support for YCWA’s business technology and information system needs through business needs assessments, software development, system and end user support, and other duties as assigned. This is an exempt position located in Hallwood.

Examples Of Essential Duties:

The Information Systems Developer supports the efforts of the Information Systems team by providing for and managing business technology and information system software development and maintenance consistent with current industry standards, practices, and technologies; scripting development; systems needs assessments; end user support and training; providing input for the planning and specification of business technology resources; assisting consultants to provide design and development support; and ensuring technology service needs are met in a timely manner for employees, Board members, and consultants.

Desirable Education and Experience:

This position requires the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in related coursework or 5 years of the combination of education, training and experience in software development in the listed technologies. Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a valid California driver license and an acceptable driving record. 

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About Yuba County Water Agency

Established in 1959 by an act of the State Legislature and headquartered in historic Marysville, California, Yuba County Water Agency is a public agency governed by a 7-member Board of Directors comprised of the five members of the Yuba County Board of Supervisors and two members elected at large. When bid in 1966, the $180 million Yuba River Development Project was the largest single non federal, non state construction contract of its kind. Today, YCWA owns and operates 4 dams with a storage capacity of roughly 1 million acre-feet of water and associated powerhouses capable of generating approximately 397 Mw of energy. Additionally, Bullards Bar Reservoir provides a multitude of recreational activities. The Agency delivers about 310,000 acre-feet of water to local irrigation districts annually. A leader in water transfers and fisheries restoration, YCWA is involved in many constructive efforts with local, state and federal agencies, and conservation groups. The primary functions of the Agency are development and sale of hydroelectric power, flood control, fisheries enhancement, recreation, conservation and storage of water and wholesale of water to member districts. The Agency has a annual budget exceeding $9 million.