The Information Technology Office is seeking to attract a highly motivated and experienced IT professional committed on providing extraordinary customer service to enhance the VCCS enterprise-wide systems focusing on applications. The VCCS operates enterprise-wide Oracle/PeopleSoft applications which include Financial Management 9.1/PeopleTools 8.52 and Human Capital Management and Campus Solutions 9.0/ PeopleTools 8.53 in a split production environment. The Oracle/PeopleSoft applications run on Oracle 12g databases.Monitors professional development programming, budgets, and evaluation in various skill areas. The Enterprise Software / Identity Management Developer provides applications, best practices, technical expertise, consulting services and support to the 23 community colleges, System Office, and Shared Services Center in their use of identity and user access management and access management services that are integrated with VCCS enterprise and local college applications. Key responsibilities include: â¢Providing the day-to-day implementation and transition support to new identity and access management application(s); â¢Documenting and validating current-state and future-state identity and access management process flows including fit/gap analysis; â¢Providing high level technical expertise to colleges and System Office to identify and recommend best practices and business process improvements related to identity and access management; â¢Drafting communications and providing liaison between stakeholders, technical, and vendor staff to ensure that the identity and access management solutions are effectively meeting business and technical needs; and â¢Providing on-going day-to-day system administration, operational support and problem resolution in coordination with vendor and technical staff as well as assignment(s) to projects of short and medium duration.
Internal Number: 97774
About Virginia Community College System
Virginia's community colleges have a 40-year track record of educational excellence and innovation to serve the needs of our citizens and strengthen the Commonwealth?s economy. When Virginia?s General Assembly established the Virginia Community College System in 1966, the need for a comprehensive system was well known. Over the two decades after the end of World War II, leaders in government, business, professional sectors, and academia had called for a new approach to providing educational opportunity. A key concern was Virginia's ability to develop a skilled and knowledgeable workforce to expand the state's economy. Today our community colleges give every Virginian the opportunity to gain a quality education. With 23 colleges on 40 campuses located throughout the state, Virginia's Community Colleges are committed to serving Virginia families, helping them acquire the knowledge and skills to seize the opportunities of today and tomorrow.