Friday, April 28, 2017

MN IT Services - Multiple Openings

Posted: 4-28-17
MN IT Services
Career Opportunities - April 25, 2017

Minnesota IT Services Partnering with Department of Human Services  |  Saint Paul, Minnesota
These positions are temporary and include full state fringe benefits; they are anticipated to last up to two (2) years.
As a senior IIB developer on this team, we will hold you accountable for setting standards for design, programming, deployment and documentation. This senior middleware position will also provide leadership, guidance and mentorship for more junior colleagues. You must have a minimum of five years of professional experience with responsibilities which include WESB, IIB, WPS, BPM, WID and/or IID to be successful. You must also demonstrate significant proficiency with web service developing, messaging workflows and/or business process orchestrations.  Additional skills whilch will contribute to your success include SOA, integration architectures, XML/XSLT,  SQL, WCF and C#.
Minnesota IT Services Partnering with Department of Natural Resources | Saint Paul, Minnesota
**This position can be located anywhere that the Department of Natural Resources has a regional OR area office with good internet connectivity.**
This is an outstanding opportunity for a forestry professional to add I.T. skills to a resume. We are seeking an application support analyst with strong technical aptitude to provide support and training to foresters all across Minnesota. Our state employs a number of technical applications built specifically to support our forestry management efforts and we are seeking someone to assist with making these applications familiar and easy to use for less technical persons. We are requiring a minimum two years of practical forestry experience and the aptitude and desire to train and support other foresters in their use of technology.  Your technical experience must include the use of ESRI ArcGIS or other geospatial software, understanding of GIS principles and significant use of Microsoft Office (2010 or later).  A significant list of additional "nice-to-have" skills may be found by clicking this link. Partner with us in the DNRs mission to  to conserve and manage the state's natural resources. 
Minnesota IT Services   |  Saint Paul, Minnesota
Securing Minnesota's data is our agency's top priority. We are seeking an advanced incident response engineer who can perform in-depth cyber analysis, recognize security events, use ESM filters and rules, and monitor/maintain performance of the intrusion detection and SIEM devices. This is a senior-level contributor and you will provide expertise in the planning, design and implementation of our enterprise security strategies.  We are requiring a minimum one-year using ArcSight connectors or ESM and at least one year of CheckPoint ID.  Overall, you need at least four years of security engineering experience at an enterprise level.  Come help us fight off the advanced persistent information threats for all Minnesotans.  Work that matters.
Minnesota IT Services Partnering with Department of Corrections  |  Saint Paul, Minnesota
On behalf of our partners in the Dept. of Corrections, we seek TWO advanced software professionals with the skills and desire to lead a team. This is a modern .NET shop and we require a minimum four years of experience working on enterprise-grade applications. Your ASP .NET MVC, C#, WebForms, Entity and LINQ knowledge, coupled with solid SQL and data layer knowledge will be engaged and built upon. Join us in work that truly matters.
Minnesota IT Services   |  Saint Paul, Minnesota
Software packages do not just magically appear in your computer. We seek two packaging/deployment professionals to join our team at the state to ensure that software is deployed efficiently and and without errors. A minimum three years of experience in a multi-domain environment is required. Your background creating and deploying packages for physical and virtual machines, use of SCCM, scripting tools and solid AD/group policy experience will open the door to a great future with the State of Minnesota doing work that truly matters.

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