Teltech Communications, LLC

Systems Analyst 3

Job Locations US-TX-Austin
Information Technology
Full Time
USD $125,978.00/Yr.
USD $115,000.00/Yr.




Dealine for submission:  08/04/2021



Texas Health and Human Services Commission requires the services of 2 Systems Analyst 3, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Systems Analyst 3, Applications/Software Development and the specifications outlined below for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.




These two Systems Analyst contractor positions are part of a new capital department for Consolidated Application Control Environment (CACE) Compliance for the CAPPS Financials department. These positions will perform systems analyst duties that include analysis of current system with CACE compliance requirements to develop requirements and design for required system modifications. Assist in preparing implementation plans for PeopleTools and PeopleSoft image upgrades. Will also work with technical teams to coordinate UAT, code releases, and user communication as necessary. Must have experience working in an Agile environment. Some on-call support may be required depending on project phase.




NOTE:  Prior experience working for a State of Texas agency is desireable


8 Yrs Required:  Systems Analyst Experience

5 Yrs Required:  Oracle, PeopleSoft, and People Tools

5 Yrs Required:  SQL Experience (strong)

5 Yrs Required:  System Reporting (Oracle, PeopleSoft, SQL)

5 Yrs Required:  WebServices (SOAP, RESTful)

5 Yrs Required:  Systems Testing (Unit, Integration, UAT)

2 Yrs Required:  Agile Software Development Methodologies Experience

2 Yrs Preferred:  State of Texas Centralized Accounting and Payroll/Personnel System (CAPPS) experience

2 Yrs Preferred:  Knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems

2 Yrs Preferred:  Working knowledge of EIR Accessibility standards and assistive technologies

2 Yrs Preferred:  Familiarity with governmental account systems and processes


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