Current Employment Opportunity

Information Technology Business System Analyst
8/16/19
Environmental Quality
1200 "N" Street,  Lincoln NE
84
084-12197
Full-time Permanent
$23.51 -  Hourly
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM -- Monday thru Friday

Under direct supervision, perform database management for hardware & software; maintain web conferencing hardware and software; maintain agency web page; work with online services; manage help ticket system; process agency user information; work with other analysts in maintaining all processes required in an IT section; perform related work as assigned.

  • Maintain agency web page;
  • Work with Public Information Office to receive data for web site;
  • Maintain agency hardware and software databases;
  • Create and manage users in our systems;
  • Help OCIO in ordering new computers;
  • Manage help system tickets;
  • Manage web meeting software hardware and training users to use the system;
  • Manage other IT related equipment; manage software licensing information;
  • Help support agency plotter/scanner and copier/printers; all other duties as assigned

Post high school coursework, training, or experience in the analysis of business processes and system requirements, and the creation of business process applications. 

Other: 

Valid driver’s license or the ability to provide independent transportation; ability to lift 30 pounds; regular and reliable attendance.

Preferences:

  • Prefer experience/education in the following:  
  • Lotus Notes
  • Domino Designer 9
  • HTML coding
  • Java, JavaScript
  • Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)
  • Development or usage of online services
  • WebEx with Cisco equipment
  • Managing detailed equipment and software databases
  • Using an IBM i (AS/400)
  • Using PCs and Microsoft Office products
  • 2 years of increasingly responsible experience in general IT business processes
  • Prefer strong communication, analysis, problem solving, and testing skills

 

Knowledge of: Web development; database design, creation and maintenance; online services;  software development principles and methods; basic math; design techniques, principles, tools and instruments; principles, methods and procedures for designing, developing, optimizing, and integrating new and/or reusable systems components; software system testing procedures, programming and documentation.

Skill in: using basic math to solve problems; effective oral and written communication; active learning-working with new material or information to grasp its implications; reading comprehension; writing,

Ability to:  read and understand information and ideas presented, communicate information and ideas so others will understand; reason deductively-apply general rules to specific problems to come up with logical answers and decide if an answer makes sense; recognize a problem; put information in order; organize different pieces of information into a meaningful pattern; concentrate and not be distracted while performing a task over a period of time; perceive similarities and differences in pieces of information; think logically; organize, plan and prioritize work; understand that details matter; ability to complete tasks in a timely manner.


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