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This is a provisional appointment.

 

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):

 

The Department of Innovation and Technology seeks a Data and Performance Analyst to join the Citywide Analytics Team.

 

The Citywide Analytics Team’s mission is to use data to improve quality of life and to enhance government operations in the City of Boston. By combining modern data analysis and visualizations with a deeply engaged approach to performance improvement and change management, the team works with departments across the City to solve challenging problems, build a more effective government, and deliver better outcomes for people who live and work in Boston.

 

Since the creation of the team in January 2015, the Citywide Analytics Team has led more than a dozen projects across the City, including:

 

  • CityScore and  the Mayor’s Dashboard  provides executives with tools for data-driven management, and ways to measure the impact of City services on quality-of-life: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/in-boston-tracking-data-to-score-government-progress/
  • Building Intelligence System combines data from many sources to give firefighters up-to-date hazard information enroute to fire scenes.
  • Using traffic data from the Waze app to improve the flow of vehicles on the roadway and increase safety for vulnerable road users: http://recode.net/2015/12/18/waze-could-be-googles-ace-in-the-hole-in-a-self-driving-car-war-with-uber/
  • The HubHacks hack-a-thon engaged the community with Boston’s Open Data portal and helped residents explore topics that matter to their community: http://bostinno.streetwise.co/2015/04/04/hackathon-in-boston-7-hubhacks-data-visualization-finalists/

 

Under the direction and guidance of the Citywide Performance Manager and the Citywide Analytics Manager, the Data and Performance Analyst will be an essential member of the Citywide Analytics Team. The Analyst's work will directly contribute to operational and technical improvements throughout the City of Boston.

Req ID
2017-13821
Salary Minimum
55,567.78
Salary Maximum
81,182.18
Openings
1

This is a provisional appointment.

 

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):

 

Under the direction of the Chief Digital Officer, the Digital Engagement Strategist will develop and implement a digital engagement plan for the City of Boston. Digital engagement includes, but is not limited to: social media (e.g. Twitter), email newsletters (e.g. Mailchimp), blogs (e.g. Medium), online forums (e.g. DemocracyOS), notifications (e.g. Twilio), and apps (e.g. Nextdoor).

 

The focus of this position is to advance the City of Boston's engagement and communication with constituents across the City while protecting and strengthening the City's brand in public service delivery. This position will be closely aligned with the City’s Digital Principles, and in coordination with existing channels including Boston.gov, department social media channels, the Office of Civic Engagement, and the Mayor's Press Office. This role requires extensive experience with digital engagement platforms and a clear and comprehensive understanding of the impact emerging technologies can have to support and improve digital engagement.

 

A strong applicant will have a proven record of developing and managing marketing channels and strategies, and designing and supporting digital engagement channels. The successful applicant will be effective at partnering with various City agencies, and supporting ongoing citizen engagement efforts and various digital engagement initiatives.

 

Req ID
2017-13749
Salary Minimum
67,438.28
Salary Maximum
97,495.61
Openings
1

This is a provisional appointment.

 

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):

 

The Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIt) is looking for an experienced, collaborative application developer to join our PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) team.

 

As a member of a highly-collaborative group managing the City Human Resources technology solutions, the HCM developer provides development expertise as we manage and expand our HCM solution. The HCM developer works closely with other development and technical staff, functional staff, project managers, and external partners across City government.

 

As a member of a highly-collaborative group managing the City Human Resources technology solutions, this position  provides technical recommendations and complete complex tasks as we develop and expand our HCM solutions. The system recently went through a significant upgrade, enabling us to transform the way employees interact with their personnel information. We are looking for an innovative individual who can drive fixes and enhancements that provide users with an experience that is beautiful, welcoming, and highly useful.

Req ID
2017-13745
Salary Minimum
81,037.35
Salary Maximum
113,275.76
Openings
1

Please note that this role is to cover the third shift and will have a work schedule of 1 am to 9 am while working Monday-Friday.

 

This is a provisional appointment.

 

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):

 

The City of Boston is seeking an experienced Principal Network Engineer to join the Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIt).  The Principal Network Engineer will share responsibility for planning, coordinating, supporting and implementing the hardware and software necessary to support the LAN/WAN requirements of the City of Boston. 

Req ID
2017-12767
Salary Minimum
81,037.35
Salary Maximum
113,275.76
Openings
1

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