This position is within the Indiana Department of Transportation Department (INDOT) Finance Division’s Management Information Systems’ Data and Architecture group. The position is at Central Office, located in downtown Indianapolis, and helps build, support and maintain the enterprise data systems for INDOT. The position’s focus is on development of software solutions for Geographic Information Systems. The supported systems help create efficiencies within INDOT’s business workflows and manage the agencies data.
Employee works closely with higher-level staff and/or management to outline general objectives and boundaries that employee will follow to meet the requirements of the agency. Unusual problems or deviations from guidelines or practice are discussed with manager at the discretion of the employee. Work is reviewed for attainment of objectives and compliance with policy and practice. Incumbent is given a fairly wide range of responsibilities in managing, designing and developing systems. Incumbent’s development is reviewed by peers and can be reviewed in audit process for quality and completeness. Incumbent is responsible for enterprise data systems which can have wide reaching impact though the agency by way of downtime, inaccurate data or loss of data.
Six (6) years work experience in Information Technology or accredited college training in a related field:
- Broad knowledge of information systems design principles and new systems design techniques;
- Thorough knowledge of policies, standards, procedures, and techniques used for application development;
- Broad ability to perform problem solving and analytical analysis;
- Basic knowledge of Database Software such as Microsoft Access, Oracle, etc. that are used in application development;
- Broad knowledge of Business Software such as the Microsoft Office Application Suite, CAD Software. Flow/Org Chart Software such as Visio, Handheld Software, Report and Analysis Software such as Crystal Reports, Spreadsheet Software such as Excel;
- Advanced knowledge of geographic information system and principles;
- Advanced knowledge of policies, standards, procedures, and techniques used for application development as related to GIS;
- Considerable knowledge of ESRI Desktop software;
- Broad knowledge of the use of ArcGIS Server technologies;
- Broad knowledge of the hardware, software, network and interoperability of computers