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OLITS Recruiting for Information Systems Chief, Project Administrator

The Office of Legislative Information Technology Services seeks to fill two information systems positions.

Aerial view of the Florida state Capitol complex.
Florida state Capitol complex.
The Office of Legislative Information Technology Services (OLITS) is looking to hire an information systems chief and an information systems project administrator.

As an information systems chief, the chosen candidate would report to the state’s chief information officer and focus on protecting and securing the office’s network, data, servers, technology components and applications.

Specific job responsibilities include:

  • Developing and maintaining an information security plan, with emphasis on resiliency, recovery and restoration of services, to support the continuity of operations  
  • Leading security incident response activities and participating in the full incident response life cycle plan  
  • Leading efforts to upgrade existing systems to meet evolving needs, including direction for the specification, purchase and deployment of new security components, systems and infrastructure  
  • Monitoring, managing and evaluating emerging threats and establishing guidelines for response, including recommendations on remediation strategies and solutions for vulnerabilities  
  • Continuously reviewing, monitoring and reporting on the office’s current technology landscape and services, with a focus on potential gaps or weaknesses, and creating remediation plans as needed 

The hiring salary for the role is commensurate with experience, and recruitment will continue until the position is filled.

As an information systems project administrator, key responsibilities include overseeing timelines, escalating issues, identifying resource conflicts, identifying and preventing randomization and creating a consolidated view of road maps and project timelines across multiple business units and initiatives.

Other job-specific duties include:

  • Overseeing the management of projects from initiation through closure phases 
  • Ensuring visibility into consolidated road maps and tradeoff discussions with the office’s leadership team and other stakeholders 
  • Collaborating with other business unit leaders to define, prioritize and develop projects 
  • Analyzing financial data, including project budgets, risks and resource allocation 
  • Leading and coordinating IT and business unit meetings regarding project management processes, governance, methodologies and statuses 

The hiring salary for the role is commensurate with experience, and recruitment will continue until the position is filled.
Katya Diaz is an Orlando-based e.Republic staff writer. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in global strategic communications from Florida International University.