Job Opportunities at the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration
Thank you for your interest in working at the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration. Come work with us to support our mission and goals. View our available positions below.
NMWCA is an equal opportunity employer. Hiring takes place without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
To apply, visit the New Mexico State Personnel Office (SPO) website, and follow the detailed instructions on how to apply for a job. Applications are accepted online, with no provision for mailing, hand-delivering or faxing applications. Be sure to include all required paperwork, to include a resume and any other required documents, as well as the specifically identified Job Reference ID number.
Responsible for the full development of new and existing software projects. Main tasks include design, analysis of requirements, testing, deployment and maintenance. Works in collaboration with stakeholders to fulfill projects and agency goals. Performs the System Develop Life Cycle (SDLC) processes for planning, gathering requirements, designing, creating, testing and deploying applications. Design and program using Console, Win Forms and web applications in the .NET framework (C# or VB). Create interfaces and queries to retrieve database information; create and update processes, programs and reports with new screen designs, scripts, data tables, formulas and documents. Troubleshoot; research and document application failures; develop program designs, user interfaces and test procedures. Produce technical documentation that depicts software design and code base. Create models and diagrams with flowcharts.
Posted (11/20/2023) Posting end date (12/04/2023)
Maintains and monitors network security and network hardware and software. Analyzes problems, monitors the network to ensure its availability to users. Manages, monitors and secures the agency network systems; develops and maintains agency security plan according to NIST frameworks, SANS critical security controls and DOIT standards. Provides physical and virtual security for agency communications infrastructure (hardware, firewalls, IDS/IPS, ACLs port/protocol blocking). Plans for design and advises on configuration of agency network; configures, maintains and troubleshoots the enterprise's advanced network; sets up and configures new desktops and printers; troubleshoots existing desktops/printers; may need to travel to remote sites.
Posted (11/16/202) Posting end date (11/30/2023)
If you have additional questions regarding the job application process with the State of New Mexico, please contact SPO customer recruitment specialist at 505-476-7759.
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