Enterprise Technology Brokered Services Specialist

Organization: Washington State Department of Transportation

Location: Tumwater, Wash

Deadline: Dec. 29

Salary: $79,044.00-$106,308.00 annually

Description: The Information Technology Division (ITD) of the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) seeks a highly motivated individual with professional planning, decision making, and leadership skills to take on the role of Enterprise Technology Brokered Services Specialist. Brokered Services Management is an emerging role in the IT industry, bringing new and innovative third party solutions into Information Technology. The Washington State Department of Transportation understands this and is intent on bringing a role such as this into the agency.

Duties and Responsibilities: The Enterprise Technology Brokered Services Manager position consults and advises ITD leadership and WSDOT Region and Division Management across the agency and delivers deep, broad-based knowledge of IT disciplines, methodologies, policies and technology solutions along with a profound knowledge of IT contract and procurement procedures. This is to ensure the continuous modernization of the agency’s technology systems. This position also is accountable and responsible for consulting and enabling the successful completion of enterprise-class technology acquisition, development, integration and implementation efforts.

Qualifications: This position is the only Vendor Management position with the agency, and as such, is responsible for Vendor/Contract oversight, as well as centralized vendor management. As the agency’s only specialist in this area, it is essential that the top candidate is proficient in both technical aspect as well as honed in their communication skills to facilitate, partner, and maintain effective working relationships with vendors and internal stakeholders alike.

Application Procedure: To view the entire announcement and to apply, please visit: Enterprise Technology Brokered Services Specialist.

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