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Cloud Services Lead

Chester, VA
Contract
Job 25336: Cloud Services Lead This position is responsible for supporting delivery initiatives of cloud-hosted services. Reporting to the Head of Cloud & Collaboration Services, this position will work with suppliers to review, oversee and provide direction on cloud-based initiatives with direct oversight of the projects, operations, and procedures required to be implemented to support. Collaboration with the Security teams to ensure security of the environment is critical.   Candidate should possess necessary leadership skills to drive the efficient delivery of solutions via the Service Portfolio Lifecycle process. Conducts architecture reviews of cloud services and proposed changes & projects associated with cloud and hosting services used by VITA and the executive branch agencies of the Commonwealth for security compliance validation and assists in recommending secure options to meet business needs.   Responsibilities include: Support oversight of SaaS providers and as well oversight of the operations of our infrastructure provider team managing an enterprise cloud environment (for example, AWS/Azure/OCI etc. environment. Ensure that management is actively informed of hosted/cloud operational activities Experience in reviewing, architecting and supporting Cloud based services required. Experience performing reviews of proposed changes & projects relative to the security of an IT environment Experience in the development and presentation of information security architecture policies, standards and procedures Experience in monitoring IT environments for compliance with information security architecture policies and standards Excellent communication and presentation skills required. * Must be proficient with the Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). * College degree in a related field or equivalent experience. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and acquire new skills/knowledge to meet agency and customer needs.   Knowledge & Ability: Leadership Skills: A self-starter who can excel in a team environment of an aggressively growing and dynamic enterprise Demonstrated ability to bring problems to resolution regardless of diversity and level of seniority of those involved Public Cloud deployment and support knowledge required for IaaS and PaaS services. Multiple public cloud Service Provider knowledge a plus Must have strong hands on data center and IT infrastructure architecture and design experience Experience managing key vendor relationships with demonstrated benefits to the business through strong relationship management. Skilled in oral and written communication as it pertains to technical information Skilled in interpreting complex information and providing informed analysis Proven ability to lead and manage teams and projects   Recommended Certifications CISSP-ISSA: Certified Information Systems Security Professional - Information Systems Security Professional CCSP: Certified Cloud Security Professional   Skills Experience in reviewing, architecting and supporting Cloud based services Required 10 Years Experience in reviewing, architecting and supporting Cloud based services required. Required 10 Years Experience in monitoring IT environments for compliance with information security architecture policies and standards Required 10 Years Excellent communication and presentation skills Required 10 Years proficient with the Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) Required 10 Years Must be able to work in a fast paced environment and acquire new skills/knowledge to meet agency and customer needs. Required 10 Years Thorough understanding of customer' priorities and the business criticality of platforms, applications and services Required 10 Years Comprehensive experience in industry and College degree in a related field or equivalent experience Required 10 Years CISSP-ISSA:Certified Information Systems Security Professional - Information Systems Security Professional CCSP:Certified Cloud Security Professional Highly desired  

Cyber Security Engineer

Irvine, CA
Contract
Job 25308: Security Engineer   The Security Engineer will operate out of Irvine, California, reporting to the leader of our client’s Security Operations team. This position plays a key role in the success of the Cyber Security Group. The person in this role will be responsible for various aspects related to the day-to-day operations of the Cyber Security Group.   These will include coordination with various matrixed teams within the corporation and supporting vendors, as well as operation and maintenance of various capabilities that encompass the security services that support our customers. The person in this role will also assist internal client Teams in driving client success by delivering Security and Threat Intelligence services, best practices, and continuous improvement PREFERRED CERTIFICATION(s): CISSP, CISA, CISM, GIAC*, Security + EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE: Bachelors degree or six years of hand-on verifiable operational experience with increasing responsibility in an Security, Compliance, Audit, Risk, Threat Intelligence, Web Services Security or Identity Management role.

Business Systems Analyst

Richmond, VA
Contract
Job 25250: Work side-by-side with key business and technical stakeholders to elicit solution requirements, drive the solution design, and ensure the finished product meets the needs of the business. Work on a variety of projects from mobile and content management systems, to large integration efforts spanning multiple lines of business. Provide leadership through experience and help shape the strategy with the client. Specific responsibilities for the Business Analyst position include: Quickly become familiar with client business challenges and technologies in order to act as a SME and trusted advisor to client stakeholders. Act as key player in a team environment through all phases of the system delivery lifecycle. Provide connection between technical and business views to ensure that high quality and impactful solutions are delivered for our clients. Perform gap analysis to identify capability gaps within the organization and propose and evaluate alternative solutions that will fulfill the business needs. Work with client stakeholders to understand high level business needs and elicit detailed requirements using various methods. Qualifications Demonstrated progression and growth as a Business Systems Analyst through past career experiences with a minimum of 5 years of experience on IT-related projects. Familiarity with multi-system integration and common issues that can arise when integrating enterprise technologies. Excellent written and verbal communication skills leveraged to interface with senior business leadership and technical resources. Ability to write and perform basic SQL queries preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite as well as change control and defect tracking software. Prior consulting experience preferred.

Assessor

Hagerstown, MD
Contract
Job 25212: This position is responsible for face-to-face assessments of vulnerable populations for various clients. Persons being assessed reside in the community or in facilities. Assessor Reviewers also may complete review decisions regarding services needed to be successful in the community. Essential Functions: Performs face-to-face assessments of persons with disabilities. Collaborates with health care providers and ancillary service providers to create or validate the appropriate treatment plan. Documents assessment results for the individual member status or negotiates service plan as needed. Provides ongoing education. May communicate with all health care providers to ensure appropriateness of care. Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned. Requirements: - A Registered Nurse with a current and unrestricted state license; or - Licensure at the independent level in a health-related field; or - A Minimum of three years experience in working with persons with disabilities. Additional Requirements: - Two or four-year degree or Master's degree in a health care or related field. - Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments - Excellent communication skills and computer experience. Additional Comments: This may be a home-based position that primarily will travel to cover a geographic area. As business needs and assessment volumes vary, additional travel outside of the primary geographic area may be required. Experience in human services and working with individuals who have disabilities is strongly preferred. Positions working on specific contracts may require valid driver’s license, first aid/CPR certification, and up to 95% local and overnight travel

Regional Containment Advisor

, VA
Contract
Job 25145: Regional Containment Advisor   Job Overview Purpose of Position: The Regional Advisor is a public health professional responsible for coordinating case investigation and contact tracing activities within a region. Advises on the technical aspects of the work processes, troubleshooting challenges and identifying solutions. Tracks progress of the unit, assessing data on productivity and timeliness of interviews and application of and compliance with interventions for cases and contacts. Conducts quality assurance of interview methods, application of confidentiality laws, and data collection. Communicates with sites affected by exposure to a person with COVID-19, advising them on steps they need to take to prevent infection. Coordinates with district, regional, and central office staff engaged in the pandemic response, reporting data on progress and activities as requested and conferring with investigators and leadership about challenging disease control situations. Employee follows established policies and procedures for all case investigation functions and activities, but independent judgement and actions based on a solid foundation of knowledge and experience will also need to be applied.   Minimum KSAs: Considerable knowledge of the cause, transmission, treatment, and prevention of communicable diseases and other events of public health importance; methods of public health surveillance and case, cluster, and disease outbreak investigations; federal and state laws, regulations, and policies regarding public health and the reporting and control of disease; and biostatistics, computer data analysis and interpretation of results, and data management techniques. Demonstrated ability to lead and direct the work of others in a supervisory or project management capacity; establish and maintain effective working relationships; and evaluate progress toward meeting program goals and objectives; Ability to collect, analyze, quality assure, interpret, and present statistical data; and communicate effectively orally and in writing with health care professionals and the general public.   Preferred Qualifications: Master's of Public Health or related field preferred. Considerable experience in epidemiology, public health, or a related area Experience working with public health data systems Knowledge of COVID-19 and the management of the public health response to emerging infections preferred. Understanding of the medical terms and principles of exposure, infection, infectious period, potentially infectious interactions, symptoms of disease, pre- symptomatic and asymptomatic infection

Regional Testing Supervisor

, VA
Contract
Job 25133: Purpose of Position: The Regional Testing Supervisor is a public health professional responsible for coordinating testing activities for cases and contacts of COVID-19 within a region. Serves as coordinator of COVID-10 testing efforts within a region, providing oversight and response to COVID-19 testing requests and ensuring testing results are relayed back to case investigators, contact tracers, ordering providers, and patients. Advises on the technical aspects of testing, troubleshoots challenges, and identifies solutions. Tracks progress of testing requests and tests conducted within the region and identifies issues/barriers to testing. Conducts quality assurance of testing data and ensures accuracy of testing data for region. Communicates with local health districts to identify and resolve barriers to COVID-19 testing efforts. Coordinates with district, regional, and central office staff engaged in the pandemic response, reporting data on testing activities as requested and conferring with investigators and leadership about challenging disease testing situations Employee follows established policies, but independent judgement and actions based on a solid foundation of knowledge and experience will also need to be applied.   Typical Core Duties: Supervision • Coordinates with health districts in assigned region and works with case investigators and contact tracers to facilitate testing based upon needs of each health district. • Discusses challenging situations with staff and helps identify solutions. Program management • Serves as subject matter expert, interpreting policies and guidelines and ensuring testing activities are conducted in accordance with standardized practices. • Coordinates the activities of staff to ensure all aspects of the program are addressed in a timely and complete way. • Reviews data to quantify productivity, timeliness, and compliance of with testing guidelines. • Communicates with others who are responsible for different aspects of the pandemic response to ensure seamless integration of activities. Health Education • Provides scientifically accurate information about COVID-19 testing to community. Quality Assurance and Coordination • Ensures data produced by work unit is accurate and reported to supervisors and leadership upon request. • Ensures all procedures are followed by staff. • Coordinates with district, regional, and central office staff to ensure the community is protected.   Typical Supervision/Independence of Action: • In cooperation with local health districts, works with staff on a daily basis, works extensively with agency and community partners, provides technical assistance and consultation, oversees implementation of COVID-19 grant objectives, data analysis and progress reporting in regards to COVID-19 testing. Consults with supervisor about unusual public health events and challenging situations involving non-compliance or disease risk in community settings.   Typical KSAs: • Considerable knowledge of the cause, transmission, treatment, and prevention of communicable diseases and other events of public health importance; methods of public health surveillance and case, cluster, and disease outbreak investigations; federal and state laws, regulations, and policies regarding public health and the reporting and control of disease; and biostatistics, computer data analysis and interpretation of results, and data management techniques. • Knowledge of testing methodologies (e.g., nucleic acid, antibody/antigen, viral culture) and interpretation of test results. • Demonstrated ability to lead and direct the work of others in a supervisory or project management capacity; establish and maintain effective working relationships; and evaluate progress toward meeting program goals and objectives. • Ability to collect, analyze, quality assure, interpret, and present statistical data; and communicate effectively orally and in writing with health care professionals and the general public.   Typical Preferred Qualifications: • Master's of Public Health or related field preferred. • Considerable experience in epidemiology, public health, or a related area. • Experience working with public health data systems. • Knowledge of COVID-19 and the management of the public health response to emerging infections preferred. • Understanding of the medical terms and principles of exposure, infection, infectious period, potentially infectious interactions, symptoms of disease, pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic infection.

Data Manager

, VA
Contract
Job 25132: Data Manager   Job Overview   Purpose of Position: The Data Manager is a public health professional responsible for ensuring the collection and analysis of case, contact, and other public health data at the local health district level in accordance with sound epidemiologic methods, disease surveillance procedures, statistical formulas and data management techniques. Verifies data accuracy and resolves discrepancies. Identifies systematic problems and proposes resolutions to improve data quality. Assists other staff in appropriately using surveillance software applications and analytic tools, including providing training.   Maintains frequent contact with health district staff and end-users of data in order to verify data, resolve inaccuracies, and meet user needs. Ensures data systems are used according to criteria established for statewide application. Generates reports on disease statistics and other data needed for the work unit.   Minimum KSAs: Experience in data management and data quality assurance. Ability to use software applications to analyze data and generate statistical reports. Ability to prepare clear and accurate documentation and presentations of data. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with diverse audiences. Ability to provide training to data system users. Ability to work with a variety of computer software packages.   Preferred Qualifications: Skill in using disease surveillance data systems (NEDSS Base System preferred). Knowledge of public health practices, communicable diseases and disease control, and disease reporting/surveillance. Understanding of medical terminology related to infectious diseases.

Data Analytics Coordinator

, VA
Contract
Job 25131: Data Analytics Coordinator   Job Overview Purpose of Position: The Data Analytics Coordinator is a public health professional who analyzes data related to the COVID-19 pandemic and data collected as a result of the public health response to COVID-19. The Coordinator will analyze data on the occurrence of disease in communities and within subpopulations in communities, and assess the impact of disease in terms of disease counts, rates, hospitalizations, medical services utilization, outbreaks, and deaths, as well as the progress made in case identification, testing, and contact tracing. Data, once quality assured, will be analyzed using advanced statistical analysis and data visualization tools to track trends and patterns in disease occurrence. Data for the region will be compared with that for other regions, the state, and the nation. The position will contribute to the overall understanding of the epidemiology of COVID-19 in Virginia and the effects of the pandemic response.   Minimum KSAs: Master’s level degree (or equivalent experience) in the following: (1) public health or epidemiology; (2) health informatics, computer science, information science or information systems; or (3) public health research or health services research. At least 1 year of documented experience in public health or population health. At least 1 year of documented experience in the following: public health informatics, health or clinical informatics, information systems, information science, computer science, or information technology. Ability to clearly communicate technical issues to non-technical staff and management, both orally and in writing. Extensive experience with any of the following: Epi Info, SQL, REDCap, Tableau, Microsoft Access.   Preferred Qualifications: Skill in using disease surveillance data systems (NEDSS Base System preferred). Knowledge of public health practices, communicable diseases and disease control, and disease reporting/surveillance. Understanding of medical terminology related to infectious diseases.

Regional Contact Tracing Supervisor

, VA
Contract
Job 25130: Purpose of Position: The Regional Supervisor is a public health professional responsible for coordinating case investigation and contact tracing activities within a region. Serves as supervisor for a team of case investigators and contact tracers, providing training, oversight, and mentorship. Advises on the technical aspects of the work processes, troubleshooting challenges and identifying solutions. Tracks progress of the unit, assessing data on productivity and timeliness of interviews and application of and compliance with interventions for cases and contacts. Conducts quality assurance of interview methods, application of confidentiality laws, and data collection. Communicates with sites affected by exposure to a person with COVID-19, advising them on steps they need to take to prevent infection. Coordinates with district, regional, and central office staff engaged in the pandemic response, reporting data on progress and activities as requested and conferring with investigators and leadership about challenging disease control situations Employee follows established policies and procedures for all case investigation functions and activities, but independent judgement and actions based on a solid foundation of knowledge and experience will also need to be applied.   Typical Core Duties: Supervision • Coordinates with health districts in assigned region to assign case investigators and contact tracers based upon needs of each health district. • Assists with supervision of case investigators and contact tracers, ensuring coordination of duties and coverage of assignments. • Develops schedules, provides training and mentorship. Discusses challenging situations with staff and helps identify solutions. Program management • Serves as subject matter expert, interpreting policies and guidelines and ensuring activities are conducted in accordance with standardized practices. • Coordinates the activities of staff to ensure all aspects of the program are addressed in a timely and complete way. • Reviews data to quantify productivity, timeliness, and compliance of cases and contacts with disease control requirements. • Communicates with others who are responsible for different aspects of the pandemic response to ensure seamless integration of activities. Health Education • Provides scientifically accurate information about COVID-19 to community partners who are concerned about potential exposures to the virus in their setting and advises on steps to take to protect persons in the setting. Quality Assurance and Coordination • Ensures data produced by the work unit is accurate and reported to supervisors and leadership upon request. • Ensures all procedures are followed by staff. • Coordinates with district, regional, and central office staff to ensure the community is protected. Typical Supervision/Independence of Action: In cooperation with local health districts, manages staff on a daily basis, works extensively with agency and community partners, provides technical assistance and consultation, oversees implementation of COVID-19 grant objectives, data analysis and progress reporting. Consults with supervisor about unusual public health events and challenging situations involving non-compliance or disease risk in community settings.   Typical KSAs: • Considerable knowledge of the cause, transmission, treatment, and prevention of communicable diseases and other events of public health importance; methods of public health surveillance and case, cluster, and disease outbreak investigations; federal and state laws, regulations, and policies regarding public health and the reporting and control of disease; and biostatistics, computer data analysis and interpretation of results, and data management techniques. • Demonstrated ability to lead and direct the work of others in a supervisory or project management capacity; establish and maintain effective working relationships; and evaluate progress toward meeting program goals and objectives; • Ability to collect, analyze, quality assure, interpret, and present statistical data; and communicate effectively orally and in writing with health care professionals and the general public.   Typical Preferred Qualifications: • Masters of Public Health or related field preferred. • Considerable experience in epidemiology, public health, or a related area • Experience working with public health data systems • Knowledge of COVID-19 and the management of the public health response to emerging infections preferred. • Understanding of the medical terms and principles of exposure, infection, infectious period, potentially infectious interactions, symptoms of disease, pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic infection

Contact Tracer

, VA
Contract
Job 25129: Contact Tracer   Job Overview Purpose of Position: The Contact Tracer is an entry level public health professional responsible for identifying and contacting individuals who may have come in contact with persons recently diagnosed with an infectious disease associated with an outbreak or pandemic.   The incumbent is responsible for gathering details about each contact of an ill individual (case) identified during the course of a public health case investigation. Information collected for each contact includes, but is not limited to: basic demographics, potential exposures to known case(s), current health status (including an assessment for current symptoms consistent with illness), and screening for membership in a high risk group (e.g., healthcare workers, residents of congregate care settings).   Contact tracers provide education about the disease, deliver guidance on minimizing the risk of potential transmission from the contact to others in the event the contact become ill, and explain the necessity for the contact to quarantine responsibly in order to reduce the risk of transmission of illness to others. The contact tracer also details specific processes for contacts to conduct health monitoring, and refers contacts for testing according to established protocols.   Contact Tracers collaborate with Epidemiologists and Health Educators by providing up to date data from contact tracing calls. The employee follows established policies and procedures for all contact tracing functions and activities.   Minimum KSAs: An understanding of patient confidentiality, including the ability to conduct interviews without violating confidentiality (e.g., to those who might overhear their conversations). Excellent and sensitive interpersonal, cultural sensitivity, and interviewing skills such that they can build and maintain trust with patients and contacts. Resourcefulness in locating patients and contacts who may be difficult to reach or reluctant to engage in conversation. Understanding of when to refer individuals or situations to medical, social, or supervisory resources. Cultural competency appropriate to the local community.   Preferred Qualifications: Understanding of the medical terms and principles of exposure, infection, infectious period, potentially infectious interactions, symptoms of disease, pre- symptomatic and asymptomatic infection. Basic skills of crisis counseling, and the ability to confidently refer patients and contacts for further care if needed. Knowledge of or coursework in medical terminology.

Contract Manager

Richmond, VA
Contract
Job 25025: The Contract Manager will analyze, draft and negotiate contracts with varying degrees of complexity between Client and its clients, subcontractors and vendors. The individual in this role will work closely with Client’s Business Development, Account Management and Internal Department Managers to understand the business drivers creating the need for each contract and to balance those business needs with legal risk while delivering contracts in a timely manner. Key Responsibilities Draft, review and negotiate client and vendor contracts in accordance with Client’s contract standards. Whether redlining using a Client standard template or using client/supplier paper, you will ensure the right terms are in place for each contract given business needs and risk. Effectively negotiate to produce contracts that adhere to Client Policies and business objectives. You will be responsible for planning and executing a negotiation strategy in a timely manner while remaining flexible to changing circumstances and needs. Problem-solving and critical thinking skills are a must. Communicate effectively internally and externally. Draft contract summaries that enable Client stakeholders to understand the key commercial and legal terms in each contract. Ability to balance a heavy workload and deliver contracts in a timely manner where schedules are often driven by client and fast-moving project requirements. Be a subject matter expert on Client’s contract practices and policies – be able to explain what we do and why we do it to balance risk and reward. Provide contract-related issue resolution, both internally and externally. The Contract Manager will analyze, draft and negotiate contracts with varying degrees of complexity between Client and its clients, subcontractors and vendors. The individual in this role will work closely with Client’s Business Development, Account Management and Internal Department Managers to understand the business drivers creating the need for each contract and to balance those business needs with legal risk while delivering contracts in a timely manner. Key Responsibilities Draft, review and negotiate client and vendor contracts in accordance with Client’s contract standards. Whether redlining using a Client standard template or using client/supplier paper, you will ensure the right terms are in place for each contract given business needs and risk. Effectively negotiate to produce contracts that adhere to Client Policies and business objectives. You will be responsible for planning and executing a negotiation strategy in a timely manner while remaining flexible to changing circumstances and needs. Problem-solving and critical thinking skills are a must. Communicate effectively internally and externally. Draft contract summaries that enable Client stakeholders to understand the key commercial and legal terms in each contract. Ability to balance a heavy workload and deliver contracts in a timely manner where schedules are often driven by client and fast-moving project requirements. Be a subject matter expert on Client’s contract practices and policies – be able to explain what we do and why we do it to balance risk and reward. Provide contract-related issue resolution, both internally and externally.

Staff Auditor

Glen Allen, VA
Contract
Job 24924:   The Staff Auditor will perform reviews of Medicaid provider cost reports, analyze health care provider financial information, perform reimbursement calculations, and prepare written documents supporting professional decisions.  Essential Functions: Conduct desk reviews of health care providers Conduct research in order to determine billing and reimbursement compliance with relevant Medicaid or other government program regulations Conduct all phases of the review including planning and research, risk assessment, review, reporting of findings, and other procedures as required Review applicable Federal and State policies and regulations associated with each specific audit type prior to performing the audit Prepare working papers to document scope and findings of audit in accordance with Medicaid or other government program regulations and AICPA standards Demonstrate excellence in communication skills, data gathering, analysis, reporting, and process improvement Maintain security and confidentiality of all protected health information when analyzing material Maintain thorough electronic documentation Additional responsibilities as assigned Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field required; Master’s degree in accounting or related field preferred Minimum GPA of 3.25 preferred CPA or CPA candidate preferred Internship or equivalent working experience in accounting or related field preferred Medicare or Medicaid cost reporting experience highly desired Experience with health care auditing and data analysis highly desired Ability to review statutory/regulatory or other policy language and apply requirements Strong analytical, research and problem solving skills Strong investigative or compliance review skills Strong verbal and written communication skills Well organized with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail Effectively multi-task with planning and efficiency Must be able to manage multiple deadlines and prioritize assignments Proficient use of applicable software programs, including Microsoft Office suite (i.e. Excel, Access, etc.) Travel is required throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia up to 50%

Senior Microsoft Software Engineer

Richmond, VA
Contract
Job 24850: We are looking for enthusiastic Senior Software Engineers to design and deliver Microsoft solutions for our clients. You will have the opportunity to work with some of the brightest Software Engineers and Solutions Architects to solve the complex problems our clients are experiencing. You’ll be involved with designing, developing, testing, and deploying applications using tools like Angular, MVC, WebAPI, microservices, and Azure or AWS cloud platforms. If you are agile enough to jump into any project and enjoy working closely with business stakeholders to customize solutions and deliver value quickly, send us your resume! There’s never a dull moment in consulting as you’ll be regularly collaborating with team members and clients to deliver diverse technical solutions. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, MIS or equivalent combination of education and experience 6+ years of experience with C# and .NET 4+ years in front-end web (HTML5, CSS, Bootstrap, Angular, React) OR 2+ years in REST API development (WebAPI, Swagger) Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills Strong written and verbal communication skills Experience working with SQL and NoSQL data stores Experience with Azure, AWS, or other cloud providers Microservices and Docker skills Familiarity with DevOps tools/frameworks

SIS Assessor

Arlington, VA
Contract
Job 24281: As an Assessor at Astyra, you will be responsible for face-to-face assessments of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Persons being assessed reside in the community or in facilities. You may also complete review decisions regarding services needed to be successful in the community and will conduct training of new assessors and quality assurance competency reviews as assigned. We are seeking candidates available to work in the Northern Virginia Region. WHAT IS THE SIS? Support Intensity Scale Assessors schedule and complete a standardized assessment with adults that have a developmental or intellectual disability. The resulting report is utilized by providing agencies and caseworkers to advocate and enhance the Person Centered Planning Process. A typical SIS takes from 1.5 to 2.5 hours to complete and is a guided conversation concerning the individuals unique support needs. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? Bachelor’s Degree in human services, healthcare, or social work Minimum of three years of experience working with persons with disabilities Licensed Clinical Social Worker is (LCSW) Preferred Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team A commitment to longevity in the developmental disabilities system and the SIS program Excellent communications skills and computer Must successfully pass SIS Certifications for adults and children upon hire. WHAT ARE ASSESSORS EXPECTED TO DO? Complete SIS training programs including observations, guided practices, classroom work and Interviewer Reliability and Qualification Review Assessments Comply with all applicable regulations and requirements (HIPAA, Medicaid, etc.) Record data in SIS online databases Understand and be able to explain SIS results Attend regular SIS team meetings

SIS Assessor

Glen Allen, VA
Contract
Job 24273: As an Assessor at Astyra, you will be responsible for face-to-face assessments of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Persons being assessed reside in the community or in facilities. You may also complete review decisions regarding services needed to be successful in the community and will conduct training of new assessors and quality assurance competency reviews as assigned. We are seeking candidates available to work in Central Virginia and/or Southern Virginia Region. All initial training takes place in Richmond, Virginia. WHAT IS THE SIS? Support Intensity Scale Assessors schedule and complete a standardized assessment with adults that have a developmental or intellectual disability. The resulting report is utilized by providing agencies and caseworkers to advocate and enhance the Person Centered Planning Process. A typical SIS takes from 1.5 to 2.5 hours to complete and is a guided conversation concerning the individuals unique support needs. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? Bachelor’s Degree in human services, healthcare, or social work Minimum of three years of experience working with persons with disabilities Licensed Clinical Social Worker is (LCSW) Preferred Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team A commitment to longevity in the developmental disabilities system and the SIS program Excellent communications skills and computer Must successfully pass SIS Certifications for adults and children upon hire. WHAT ARE ASSESSORS EXPECTED TO DO? Complete SIS training programs including observations, guided practices, classroom work and Interviewer Reliability and Qualification Review Assessments Comply with all applicable regulations and requirements (HIPAA, Medicaid, etc.) Record data in SIS online databases Understand and be able to explain SIS results Attend regular SIS team meetings

Network Engineer

Harrisburg, PA
Contract
Job 24259: Network Engineer Our client is seeking a Network Engineer with Cisco experience. They are looking for an experienced enterprise Network Engineer to fill an open position on an existing team. This team is focused on the architecture, design, monitoring, and management of our network. They are a Cisco shop with over 5,000 network devices, 10,000 users, approximately 1,000 remote locations. The Cisco hardware we support includes, but is not limited to, Nexus 9500s, ASR1Ks, 9400s, 4500s, 3900s, 2960s, 4341s, 5585s, 5545s adaptive security appliances, 800 series routers (cellular and broadband), 9800, 8510, 5500 series wireless LAN controllers, and nearly one thousand Cisco access points. The preferred candidate must be comfortable in a team environment, but needs to also be self-motivated, able to manage time well, and prioritize multiple tasks and projects. Our client is looking for a highly technical, well-spoken, eager individual with numerous years of experience in a large enterprise environment. Certificates (i.e. CCNA/CCNP) are a plus, but not required if the candidate possess the hands-on experience that would be an equivalent. General Responsibilities and required fundamental knowledge: Perform day to day troubleshooting of network issues Layer 1- 7 WAN, LAN, WLAN, VOIP setup and troubleshooting Routing and switching Switch port configurations Router configurations Understanding of various protocols including BGP, EIGRP, HSRP, VRRP Daily interaction with our users and business partners. Excellent written and verbal communications skills a must Travel possible for hardware deployments Overnight or after hours work possible, but not typical   Please be advised that this is not a comprehensive list of the responsibilities and skills and that some duties will be leveraged across multiple individuals, depending on specific skill set. Wireless LAN: We are looking for someone to be our wireless administrator with experience related to: Cisco 8510 WLCs Prime Infrastructure for management and monitoring Various Cisco APs (3700, 3800, 9800 series) RF experience a plus H-REAP Certificates for authentication of mobile devices BYOD WLAN security and authentication Cisco Identity Service Engine Experience (ISE) experience would be a BIG plus; our client is willing to train the right individual if they possess many of the other qualities and skills needed. They are looking for someone to troubleshoot their 1000 remote sites and design, configure, and deploy network devices to new and refreshed sites. The ideal candidate will be able to monitor, maintain, and execute hardware refresh cycles. Their WAN is comprised of MPLS, BGP, Metro-E networks with numerous VRFs and security zones. Some of their sites have redundant connections and are load balanced across connections some are simple. We are planning to move to an SD-WAN model so experience with SD-WAN related technologies would be a bonus. Experience with data center routing and switching as well as multiple data centers would be a bonus. Virtual Private Networks on Cisco ASAs with AnyConnect, Cisco ISE for authentication, as well as site-to-site VPN experience wanted. We have over 5,000 AnyConnect VPN users and 100s of site to site tunnels to numerous business partners and remote sites. Network monitoring tools and automation experience wanted. We currently leverage SolarWinds and Microsoft SCOM. Experience with large scale enterprise network monitoring, documentation, and management tools would be a plus. Experience in WAN, LAN, WLAN, VPN, certificates, LDAP, AD, Cisco adaptive security appliances, Checkpoint Firewalls VSX, network segmentation, monitoring, and alerting a plus. Skills 4 year college degree or equivalent technical study Highly desired 4 Years Network Routing/Switching Required 7 Years Cisco ASA/Firepower Required 7 Years Cisco VPN Required 7 Years Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine) Required 5 Years Cisco WLC Wireless LAN Controller Required 5 Years SolarWinds Orion Desired 5 Years SD WAN Desired 4 Years  

Network Manager

Harrisburg, PA
Contract
Job 24176: Network Manager This position will be working on a highly complex network for the Infrastructure and Economic Development (IED) Delivery Center, in a team comprised of Commonwealth staffed positions as well as contracted personnel.  This is highly advanced technical position in the design/ architecture, administration, configuration, and monitoring of the increasingly complex network.   Work is in a centralized location with complex Cisco gear and other network devices and appliances.  The person in this position is responsible for providing technical support for planning, designing, maintaining and integrating IED local and wide area network infrastructure and will have input into the Cisco architecture deployed throughout the IED Delivery Center.  This position will require an individual with advanced level communications, technical, and project management skills.  A solid background and a proven track record in routing, switching, and Cisco-based firewalls is essential.  DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: This position will be responsible for the assisting in the highest level of network planning and long-term vision for the delivery center’s network and security infrastructure.  Installation, configuration, maintenance, monitoring and management of IED’s network infrastructure consisting of Cisco switches, routers, firewalls, and associated hardware and software. Performs Network Management functions utilizing various industry tools to monitor, test, verify, troubleshoot and resolve complex Delivery Center network problems by working with users, service providers and others to resolve problems. Plans/Designs overall architecture of IED LAN/WAN networks including:  Network bandwidth analysis and capacity planning, routers and switches. Reviews and provides detailed specifications and schematic engineering drawings/ Visio for network enhancements and modifications. Ability to create Visio diagrams of the network for documenting new and existing network elements. Proactively identifies and troubleshoots issues related to highly complex network problems working them to resolution, including communication of progress to managers. Performs the maintenance of Cisco routers, switches and firewalls on the IED network. Works to design and Install highly complex networks as well as develops techniques to optimize the network for maximum efficiency. Evaluates current and future network needs and prepares recommended technical solutions. Investigates, evaluates, and makes recommendations on new and emerging technologies. Leads and provides technical and high-level guidance to Delivery Center projects. Administers the Delivery Center’s Access Control Servers as well as the Identity Services Engine for authentication to network devices, WLAN, and VPN environments. Assists in the operation of the Delivery Center’s Cisco AnyConnect VPN environment and Adaptive Security Appliances for VPN concentration for remote connectivity of IED personnel and Business Partners. Assists with Business partner connection between the business community, the Office of Administration, and the Delivery Center. Assists in the administration of PennDOT Traffic Management Centers (TMC) networks including highway traffic cameras and signals networks. Assists in performing network management functions utilizing Genetec Security Manager for TMC camera maintenance and administration. Strong knowledge of Windows products including Windows Server and Windows workstation operating systems, personal computer software setup and installation, PC connectivity products, and PC hardware connectivity. Reviews the development of configuration standards. Provides technical assistance to develop RFPs, RFQs, and other specification documents to acquire hardware, software and/or IT Services. Develops documentation for configuration of all network components including setup, installation, and overall deployment of all network hardware and software. Ensures that all existing and new networks meet or exceed the requirements set forth by the Office of Administrations ITPs. Verifies renewal of maintenance contracts for network related hardware. Participates in trouble ticket resolution and reporting. Supports remote IT staff with complex network-related issues. Supports central office staff with network related issues to assist in the troubleshooting of delivery center applications. Communicates both verbally and in writing with other employees and vendors. Performs other duties as required. ADA REQUIREMENTS: Equipment in use in Job Performance:  Personal Computers, servers, network components, telephones, calculator, copy machines, printers, faxes, cell phones and common writing devices.  Must be able to lift 50 pounds.  Must be able to work from a step ladder. JOB LOCATION: Structured office setting.  Occasional attendance at various sized meetings, conferences and training sessions.  Occasional overnight travel is required. DECISION MAKING: Plans the work and assigns work to subordinates in terms of goals and objectives, discussions with employees and supervisors are held to review the status of assignments.  Overall performance of the network team and availability/performance of the network and customer satisfaction are factors used to determine level of success.  ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operates a personal computer and other IT hardware devices. Excellent communication skills; ability to write clearly and concisely. Ability to provide customer service and business operations support. Ability to develop project documentation and procedures for to sustain application support Organize and manage multiple concurrent activities. Ability to assess issues/problems and make appropriate decisions for resolution. Maintain a knowledge base of the concepts and capabilities of IT hardware and software resources. Develop/maintain staff proficiency in technology focus areas. Occasional travel to perform duties.                Skills Network Routing Required 6-7 years Network Switching Required 6-7 years Cisco ASA/Firepower Required 6-7 years Cisco Nexus Desired 4-5 years CCNP Desired 4-5 years Genetec Security Center Desired 3-4 years 4-year college degree Desired 4 years Application Load balancing (Citrix NetScaler) Desired 3-4 years

Assessor

Baltimore, MD
Contract
Job 23878: This position is responsible for face-to-face assessments of vulnerable populations for various clients. Persons being assessed reside in the community or in facilities. Assessor Reviewers also may complete review decisions regarding services needed to be successful in the community. Essential Functions: Performs face-to-face assessments of persons with disabilities. Collaborates with health care providers and ancillary service providers to create or validate the appropriate treatment plan. Documents assessment results for the individual member status or negotiates service plan as needed. Provides ongoing education. May communicate with all health care providers to ensure appropriateness of care. Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned. Requirements: - A Registered Nurse with a current and unrestricted state license; or - Licensure at the independent level in a health-related field; or - A Minimum of three years experience in working with persons with disabilities. Additional Requirements: - Two or four-year degree or Master's degree in a health care or related field. - Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments - Excellent communication skills and computer experience. Additional Comments: This may be a home-based position that primarily will travel to cover a geographic area. As business needs and assessment volumes vary, additional travel outside of the primary geographic area may be required. Experience in human services and working with individuals who have disabilities is strongly preferred. Positions working on specific contracts may require valid driver’s license, first aid/CPR certification, and up to 95% local and overnight travel

Assessor

Rockville, MD
Contract
Job 23877: This position is responsible for face-to-face assessments of vulnerable populations for various clients. Persons being assessed reside in the community or in facilities. Assessor Reviewers also may complete review decisions regarding services needed to be successful in the community. Essential Functions: Performs face-to-face assessments of persons with disabilities. Collaborates with health care providers and ancillary service providers to create or validate the appropriate treatment plan. Documents assessment results for the individual member status or negotiates service plan as needed. Provides ongoing education. May communicate with all health care providers to ensure appropriateness of care. Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned. Requirements: - A Registered Nurse with a current and unrestricted state license; or - Licensure at the independent level in a health-related field; or - A Minimum of three years experience in working with persons with disabilities. Additional Requirements: - Two or four-year degree or Master's degree in a health care or related field. - Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments - Excellent communication skills and computer experience. Additional Comments: This may be a home-based position that primarily will travel to cover a geographic area. As business needs and assessment volumes vary, additional travel outside of the primary geographic area may be required. Experience in human services and working with individuals who have disabilities is strongly preferred. Positions working on specific contracts may require valid driver’s license, first aid/CPR certification, and up to 95% local and overnight travel

Business Analyst 3

Harrisburg, PA
Contract
Job 23297: Our client is seeking a Senior Business Analyst who will develop and document the business analysis and requirements to build an automated performance dashboard for Human Resources and Information Technology. The dashboard will be updated quarterly and currently requires significant upfront manual data preprocessing and backend report generation activities with multiple touch points and data sources. The tasks will include but not limited to the following: Conduct research and meets with senior HR and IT professionals to understand, define and document the requirements (functional and nonfunctional) regarding data elements, metrics, performance measures, standards/benchmarks, monitoring, and reporting for dashboards Lead and facilitate discussions with key stakeholders for the solidification and validation of dashboard metrics regarding the specific core/root data elements, performance measures criteria, standards/benchmarks, data manipulation/transactions, and respective data sources. Facilitate sessions to gather and document requirements for the landing page or main portal for the HR and IT performance dashboard to ensure it is easy to use for customers; facilitate testing and training sessions with end users as necessary. Consult with data owners, stewards, source systems experts, technical architects, and producers of the metrics dashboards to understand, analyze, formulate executable approaches and define requirements for establishing automated source data file creation generated from multiple source systems. Research and analyses of current and future business processes, procedures, and governance aspects regarding the oversight, ownership, operations (i.e., Business and IT) and for effective management of the dashboards; develop process flow diagrams, guidelines, and procedures to align with future end state. Own and perform all activities associated with requirements management (i.e., defining, analyzing, rationalizing, categorizing, validating, prioritizing, tracking, and documenting). Advises client on alternate methods of solving need, problem, or recommendations for the specific solution. Coordinate with senior leadership, technical leads, and project manager as required; providing status updates, reports, and reporting specific risks and issues. The Business Analyst is responsible for the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and to recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals. Role Description: Experience conducting Facilitated Workshops for requirements analysis. Experience creating workflows using formal notation such as the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). Knowledge of formal requirements gathering methodologies. Experience developing Business Requirements - project initiation document, what the needed achievements will be, and the quality measures. Experience developing Functional requirements - describe what the system, process, or product/service must do in order to fulfill the business requirements. Experience developing User (stakeholder) requirements - are a very important part of the deliverables, the needs of the stakeholders will have to be correctly interpreted. This deliverable can also reflect how the product will be designed, developed, and define how test cases must be formulated. Experience developing Quality-of-service (non-functional) requirements - requirements that do not perform a specific function for the business requirement but are needed to support the functionality. For example performance, scalability, quality of service (QoS), security and usability. Experience developing Report Specifications - define the purpose of a report, its justification, attributes and columns, owners and runtime parameters. Experience developing Requirements Traceability Matrix - across matrix for recording the requirements through each stage of the requirements gathering process. Strong organization and writing skills. Experienced developing graphic representations of complex business processes. Skills: Experience using formal requirements gathering methodologies.    Required    7 Years Bachelor's Degree in business, MIS, or related field with relevant work experience.  Highly desired     Experience developing business, functional, and non-functional requirements.    Required    7 Years Requires extensive experience providing consulting services to governmental entities related to analyzing business and IT ecosystems.    Required     Communication and writing skills and experience interacting with users, creating/conducting presentations, facilitating individual/group meetings Required   Requirements management.    Required     Business acumen regarding data/information flow, metrics, measures, and dashboards.    Required     Business automation of manual and/or semi-automated processes to improve productivity.    Required     Stakeholder management, effectively managing needs and expectations of key stakeholders.    Required     Ability to analyze data, source systems, and assess requirements from a business perspective.    Required    

Support Intensity Scale Assessor

Pittsburgh, PA
Contract
Job 20824: Administers a needs assessment instrument to individuals enrolled in the Consolidated and P/FDS waivers, individuals receiving Autism services, individuals receiving services from private and public ICF/IDs, and individuals on DHS-ODP’s waiting list and individuals identified to be enrolled in the programs; collects assessment-related data and enters needs assessment data. Comply with all applicable regulations and requirements (HIPAA, Medicaid, etc.) Record data in SIS databases Track multiple monthly assessment referrals Understand and be able to explain SIS results Attend monthly SIS team meetings REQUIREMENTS 4-year college degree; work in the field of human services; and have experience working directly with individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities (“ID”) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (“ASD”); Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments. Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team Excellent communications skills and computer experience Must be able to pass criminal background clearances from the Pennsylvania State Police and Child Abuse Clearances per the Child Protective Services Law (“CPL”), 23 Pa. C.S. Chapter 63 Preferred qualifications Possess the skills to engage the individual with ID or ASD so that the user is able to understand the individual, despite language and communication abilities, and that the individual with ID and/or ASD understands the intent of the assessment questions, paying particular attention to the individual’s struggle with abstract concepts Experience working with individuals with ID and ASD with co-occurring mental health and physical health challenges.

Support Intensity Scale Assessor

Philadelphia, PA
Contract
Job 20823: Administers a needs assessment instrument to individuals enrolled in the Consolidated and P/FDS waivers, individuals receiving Autism services, individuals receiving services from private and public ICF/IDs, and individuals on DHS-ODP’s waiting list and individuals identified to be enrolled in the programs; collects assessment-related data and enters needs assessment data. Comply with all applicable regulations and requirements (HIPAA, Medicaid, etc.) Record data in SIS databases Track multiple monthly assessment referrals Understand and be able to explain SIS results Attend monthly SIS team meetings REQUIREMENTS 4-year college degree; work in the field of human services; and have experience working directly with individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities (“ID”) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (“ASD”); Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments. Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team Excellent communications skills and computer experience Must be able to pass criminal background clearances from the Pennsylvania State Police and Child Abuse Clearances per the Child Protective Services Law (“CPL”), 23 Pa. C.S. Chapter 63 Preferred qualifications Possess the skills to engage the individual with ID or ASD so that the user is able to understand the individual, despite language and communication abilities, and that the individual with ID and/or ASD understands the intent of the assessment questions, paying particular attention to the individual’s struggle with abstract concepts Experience working with individuals with ID and ASD with co-occurring mental health and physical health challenges.

Support Intensity Scale Assessor

State College, PA
Contract
Job 20822: Administers a needs assessment instrument to individuals enrolled in the Consolidated and P/FDS waivers, individuals receiving Autism services, individuals receiving services from private and public ICF/IDs, and individuals on DHS-ODP’s waiting list and individuals identified to be enrolled in the programs; collects assessment-related data and enters needs assessment data. Comply with all applicable regulations and requirements (HIPAA, Medicaid, etc.) Record data in SIS databases Track multiple monthly assessment referrals Understand and be able to explain SIS results Attend monthly SIS team meetings REQUIREMENTS 4-year college degree; work in the field of human services; and have experience working directly with individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities (“ID”) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (“ASD”); Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments. Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team Excellent communications skills and computer experience Must be able to pass criminal background clearances from the Pennsylvania State Police and Child Abuse Clearances per the Child Protective Services Law (“CPL”), 23 Pa. C.S. Chapter 63 Preferred qualifications Possess the skills to engage the individual with ID or ASD so that the user is able to understand the individual, despite language and communication abilities, and that the individual with ID and/or ASD understands the intent of the assessment questions, paying particular attention to the individual’s struggle with abstract concepts Experience working with individuals with ID and ASD with co-occurring mental health and physical health challenges. 

Support Intensity Scale Assessor

Harrisburg, PA
Contract
Job 20821: Administers a needs assessment instrument to individuals enrolled in the Consolidated and P/FDS waivers, individuals receiving Autism services, individuals receiving services from private and public ICF/IDs, and individuals on DHS-ODP’s waiting list and individuals identified to be enrolled in the programs; collects assessment-related data and enters needs assessment data. Comply with all applicable regulations and requirements (HIPAA, Medicaid, etc.) Record data in SIS databases Track multiple monthly assessment referrals Understand and be able to explain SIS results Attend monthly SIS team meetings REQUIREMENTS 4-year college degree; work in the field of human services; and have experience working directly with individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities (“ID”) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (“ASD”); Must have experience with interviewing and communicating with individuals with ID and Autism and administering standard assessments. Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team Excellent communications skills and computer experience Must be able to pass criminal background clearances from the Pennsylvania State Police and Child Abuse Clearances per the Child Protective Services Law (“CPL”), 23 Pa. C.S. Chapter 63 Preferred qualifications Possess the skills to engage the individual with ID or ASD so that the user is able to understand the individual, despite language and communication abilities, and that the individual with ID and/or ASD understands the intent of the assessment questions, paying particular attention to the individual’s struggle with abstract concepts Experience working with individuals with ID and ASD with co-occurring mental health and physical health challenges. 

.Net Programmer

Dauphin County, PA
Contract
Job 8117: Experience Migrating VB to .Net C# Required 2  Years Web Services development Required 5  Years Experince using WCF Required 1  Years Experience with XML Required 5  Years Experience with Visual Studio 2008 Required 2  Years Experience with .NET Framework Required 2  Years Experience with MS SQL Server 2005 DB Required 5  Years Experience writing T-SQL Stored Procedures Required 5  Years Experience using Rational Clear Case Highly desired 2  Years Experience using Rational Clear Quest Highly desired 2  Years Experience using Rational Req Pro Highly desired 2  Years Experience using Visual SourceSafe Highly desired 2  Years Experience using FileNet or Documentum Highly desired 2  Years   Short Description: Candidate will be working on the EDMS VB6 to .Net Migration Project. Complete Description: EDMS is a core infrastructure component and has an extensive inventory of EDMS VB6 modules that were developed to fulfill business requirements - several which support mission critical systems. The candidate will work on a team to migrate the following list of applications that utilize components identified for rewrite as part of this project: Automated Permit Routing Analysis System (APRAS) Engineering Construction Management System (ECMS) Bridge Management System (BMS) Crash Reporting System (CRS) Utility Relocation (UR) Grade Crossing (GC) Executive Correspondence Process (ECP) .Centric Vehicle Registration (VR) Driver Licensing (DL) Commercial Registration Online Registration Program (OLRP) Integrators The VB6 Code has reached end of life and is no longer supported by Microsoft. Additionally one of the modules (DOTImage) is a VB6 Application. This application is used by the Integrators to zip up (compress), encrypt, and transmit images to the Departments designated FTP site. This application resides on the various Integrators machines.

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