Minimum Qualifications Eight years of experience (including two years of supervisory experience or one year of managerial experience) of IT and business/industry experience providing architectural design, development, and deployment of complex software systems including solutions architecture, data design, systems lifecycle management and infrastructure planning and operations, with three years of experience working in multiple, large, cross-functional teams or projects, and including senior level management and key stakeholders.
The following degrees may substitute for the general experience as indicated:
• A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information systems, or relevant area and six years of experience of IT and business/industry experience providing architectural design, development, and deployment of complex software systems including solutions architecture, data design, systems lifecycle management and infrastructure planning and operations, with three years of experience working in multiple, large, cross-functional teams or projects, and including senior level management and key stakeholders.
• A Masters’ degree in Computer Science, Information systems, or relevant area may substitute as an additional year of experience.
• Health and Human Services domain knowledge and experience with development frameworks/languages such as JEE, .Net and COBOL;
• Understanding of foundational technology components including Rules Engines, Workflow Engines, Big Data Engines such as Infosphere MDM and ETL;
• Demonstrated experience working with enterprise wide architectures and designs across multiple IT functional areas;
• Experience working on highly complex projects that require in-depth knowledge across multiple technical domains and business segments;
• Experience with National Human Services Interoperability Architecture (HSIA), Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA), Exchange Reference Architecture (ERA), and The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF);
• Excellent written and spoken communication skills, as evidenced by the ability to clearly explain and justify ideas when faced with competing alternatives as well as the ability to concisely illustrate concepts in words and diagrams;
• Demonstrated ability to build valuable relationship with both business and IT stakeholders;
Duties Description The mission of the Integrated Eligibility System (IES) is to enhance the well-being of New Yorkers by transforming health and human service delivery through coordinated business practices, modernized technology, and strategic partnerships. IES will provide eligibility, enrollment, case management, and payment functionality for Health and Human Service programs currently served by the Welfare Management System, Benefits Issuance Control System and other State systems. IES will build on the successful opening of the New York State of Health (NYSoH) by leveraging assets created for the health benefit exchange to modernize the eligibility system for health and human service programs.
Under the direction of the IES Lead Technical Architect, the Technical Architect is responsible for strategic planning, process design, systems architecture, and other related deliverables within the IES Program. The Technical Architect will collaborate with other IES technical, functional, and project management staff technical stakeholders at ITS, DOH, and SSDs to guide technical decisions and projects across IES.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Develop architectural considerations supporting IES no-wrong-door/Portal, noticing, document and content management/federation and testing;
• Collaborate with ITS, NYSOH, and NYC technical resources on continuous assessment of existing solutions for reuse on IES;
• Collaborate with ITS Chief Technology Office to align with enterprise standards;
• Collaborate with Data Architect to build and maintain reference model architecture and standards for communicating direction of information architecture;
• Provide oversight over management of legacy rules extraction;
• Liaison with business/program stakeholders for systems architecture and strategy;
• Participate in technical discussions with state, local and vendor implementation teams and technical deliverables to ensure alignment between proposed solutions and the program's standards;
• Present findings and recommendations to IES leadership to ensure alignment of technology across work streams and escalate technical issues appropriately
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Notes on ApplyingTo apply, please submit a cover letter and resume indicating that you are applying for IES Project Assistant (Technical Deputy Director), Ref. #18637. Please clearly indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications for this position.