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Project Manager Sought for State Data Project

The California Homeless Data Integration System, under the Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, is among the state government departments that are looking to hire tech talent.

While state and local government budgets have been decimated by the economic impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the California Homeless Data Integration System (HDIS) is among state government departments that are looking to hire tech talent.

The job position is a project manager within HDIS, under the general direction of the California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency (BCSH) information officer and deputy secretary for homelessness in the IT project management domain. The posting as of now is a 12-month position with the potential to become permanent, and interested parties can learn more about what it all entails here.

The codifying of such a database is a concept that was recently introduced within the state Legislature. 

The senior project manager will work on the planning, design, development and implementation of the HDIS project. In addition, the manager will weigh in on policy matters relating to data and will work as a partner with the research team from the Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council, which is part of BCSH.

The position has a monthly salary range of $7,634 to $10,230, and the application deadline is May 8.

This article was originally published by Government Technology magazine, Techwire's sister publication.

Zack Quaintance is the assistant news editor for Government Technology magazine. His background includes writing for daily newspapers across the country and developing content for a software company in Austin, Texas.