Departments with open roles include the Labor and Workforce Development Agency, the Department of General Services, the California Conservation Corps and the California Department of Public Health.
The longtime state government technology executive will begin on Oct. 2 as the city’s first chief technology and innovation officer.
The California Department of Cannabis Control is seeking expertise in data security and privacy, and the California Conservation Corps is recruiting for an application architect.
“I try to share with my staff that evidence of we are doing a great job is when we are invisible, and our coworkers get their job done seamlessly,” says Jorge Henneke, chief information officer for the California Conservation Corps.
The California Conservation Corps’ top IT goods buys during the first half of calendar 2021 included laptops, switches, licenses and vehicle telematics.