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Info Systems Analyst III (Peoplesoft)
Ref No.: 17-13284
Location: San Jose, California
Due Date :11/08/2017
Work Authorization:Any Visa
Segment:State and Local
JPAS:NO
Position : Info Systems Analyst III (Peoplesoft)​
Duartion : 6 months( Full Time – 960 hours )
INTERVIEW: Week of 11/13
IDEAL START DATE: 12/4


Peoplesoft development, programming, coding, debugging and reporting​.(mandatory)
In depth experience with Peoplesoft development tools: Application Designer, Peopelcode, Application Engine, SQR, Crystal Reports, Query, Nvision, Integration Broker, Workflow, Data Mover and Component Interface.

IDEAL CANDIDATE:
Must have 4 years of Peoplesoft expereince.
Must come onsite every work day.

Analysts with experience in Peoplesoft development, programming, coding, debugging and reporting. These are required technical skills in order provide technical system support to the Water District's 700 Peoplesoft users.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST I/II/III

Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.

DEFINITION
To perform professional level duties in the development, installation, coding, integration, documentation, testing, and maintenance of business systems and database applications; to evaluate user requirements and develop technical solutions; and to perform other duties as assigned.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
Information Systems Analyst I

This is the trainee and first working level class in the Information Systems Analyst series. This class is distinguished from the Information Systems Analyst II by the performance of the more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series including support of the least complex applications. Advancement to the "II” level is based on possessing the higher level training and experience requirements, demonstrating proficiency in performing the II level functions, and is at the discretion of higher level management staff.

Information Systems Analyst II
This is the experienced level class within the Information Systems Analyst series. Incumbents are expected to perform business systems applications analysis and programming duties without direct supervision on a portion of a major project or on several smaller projects. Advancement to the "III” level is based on possessing the higher level training and experience requirements, demonstrating proficiency in performing the III level functions, and is at the discretion of higher level management staff.
Information Systems Analyst III
This is the full journey level class in the Information Systems Analyst series. Employees perform the more difficult and responsible types of duties assigned to classes within this series including serving as a project manager in the design, development, and maintenance of the most complex District applications. This class is distinguished from the next higher class of Engineering Systems Analyst in that the latter is the first full supervisory level with responsibility for a major functional area of the District's information systems applications design and development work.
Positions at this level may participate in a variety of highly technical activities in support of the District's database systems but do not have final responsibility for database administration.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Information Systems Analyst I
Works under supervision.
Information Systems Analyst II
Works under general supervision.
Information Systems Analyst III
Works under direction and may exercise technical and functional supervision over assigned staff.

TYPICAL TASKS
Typical responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Perform a variety of professional level duties in the development, installation, coding, integration, documentation, testing and maintenance of business systems and database applications.
Confer with end user and define application requirements; recommend and develop solutions; conduct cost/benefit analyses; prepare justification for new or enhanced modifications; ensure that recommendations comply with District standards and conventions. Design, write, and execute programs in a variety of programming environments; design input and output related forms including screens, data storage records, forms, and reports based on existing or proposed manual and computer requirements.
Design, develop, code, debug, test, install and maintain software applications; troubleshoot and rectify application software problems; evaluate new software/hardware and recommend changes as needed; review new application software for compliance with applicable quality assurance standards before implementation; prepare and update user manuals and system documentation.
Develop written technical documentation, internal operating procedures, and user manuals and instructions; develop instructional materials and conduct training programs on new or enhanced applications; update technical and training manuals as required.
Participate in the evaluation and testing of system software; install or upgrade software applications; troubleshoot software related problems; coordinate and document testing for new or revised software applications; assist in deployment of new applications in assigned areas.
Plan, install, and maintain large, complex application software; provide technical assistance to system users in accordance with applicable information systems policies, procedures, methods and techniques.
Attend and participate in professional group meetings; stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of information systems.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

QUALIFICATIONS

Information Systems Analyst I

Knowledge of:
Basic theories and applications of computer science.
Basic principles and practices of computer programming.
Personal computer hardware and software components.
Basic methods and techniques used in the installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of software applications.
Operational characteristics of various computer programs, software packages and programming languages.

Ability to:
Provide technical support for the implementation and maintenance of various software applications.
Respond to and identify user needs and determine resolutions.
Apply methods and techniques of application design, development and implementation.
Apply a wide variety of computer programming languages.
Detect, isolate and resolve application problems.
Analyze and assess the technological needs of District departments.
Recommend appropriate technology to meet client needs.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Experience and Training Guidelines
The following combination of experience and training are the minimum required for this classification:
Experience
None
Training
Equivalent to a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in computer science, information systems, or a related field. Directly related experience may be substituted for the college requirement on the basis of one and one-half years of experience for one year of education.
License or Certificate
Some positions require possession of a current valid Class C driver's license, or the ability to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority.

Information Systems Analyst II
In addition to the knowledge and skills for Information Systems Analyst I:
Knowledge of:
Methods and techniques of application development, design and programming.
Principles and procedures of quality assurance and security related to computer information systems.
A variety of programming techniques including integrated database management applications.
Operational characteristics and capabilities of data base management systems.
Principles and practices of computer programming.
Theories and applications of computer science.
Principles and practices of computer science and information systems.
Principles and practices of software troubleshooting.
Operational characteristics of a variety of computer platforms and operating systems.
Methods and techniques used in the installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of information system applications.
Pertinent federal, state, and local codes, laws and regulations.

Ability to:
Recommend, design, implement, and install computer software applications.
Install, troubleshoot, and upgrade District information systems applications.
Experience and Training Guidelines
The following combination of experience and training are the minimum required for this classification:
Experience
Two years of increasingly responsible software applications programming and analysis experience.
Training
Equivalent to a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in computer science, information systems or a related field. Directly related experience may be substituted for the college requirement on the basis of one and one-half years of experience for one year of education to a maximum of four years.
License or Certificate
Some positions require possession of a current valid Class C driver's license, or the ability to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority.

Information Systems Analyst III
In addition to the knowledge and skills for Information Systems Analyst II:
Knowledge of:
None additional.
Ability to:
Perform journey level business systems applications analysis and programming duties under direction.
Interpret and analyze complex user information systems requirements and develop solutions.
Experience and Training Guidelines
The following combination of experience and training are the minimum required for this classification:
Experience
Four years of increasingly responsible software applications programming and analysis experience.
Training
Equivalent to a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in computer science, information systems, or a related field. Directly related experience may be substituted for the college requirement on the basis of one and one-half years experience for one year of education.
License or Certificate
Some positions require possession of a current valid Class C driver's license, or the ability to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Environmental Conditions
Office environment; may travel from site to site; work closely with others and alone; may work irregular hours.
Physical Conditions
Essential functions may require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting for prolonged periods of time; extensive use of computer keyboard and pointing device(s); light or moderate lifting; visual acuity for reading computer screens, documents, data and correspondence; using telephones; intermittently twist, stretch and grasp to reach materials or equipment; operate office equipment.