Job Description :
Has your contracting, vendor management, and understanding of Technology prepared you for an exciting opportunity within our Vendor Management team?
If so, please consider joining our Vendor Management team!
The Office of the Oregon State CIO (OSCIO) is a statewide government information technology (IT) division led by an administrator who also serves as Oregon's Chief Information Officer (CIO).
The CIO is a statutory position appointed by the Governor. The OSCIO provides statewide IT leadership by maturing enterprise technology governance, leveraging investments in shared services, ensuring transparency, providing oversight, and delivering secure and innovative solutions.
This position will be part of the Basecamp Program’s Vendor Management Team within the OSCIO.
You will provide leadership in recommending and managing large, complex and often highly political statewide IT procurements and sourcing strategies.
You will also be responsible for monitoring and correcting vendor performance on statewide IT agreements. Additionally, you will be responsible for vendor relationship management and communicating the needs of our state agencies and local government partners to IT and procurement leadership and strategists.
Finally, you will often be representing the program in front of large and diverse audiences in various venues across the state.
This position serves to support statewide strategies as they relate to technology purchasing and will not be responsible for the direct development, implementation, maintenance or planning of specific technology projects.
Who we are
The Basecamp Program was developed as a partnership between the Office of the State Chief Information Officer (OSCIO) and Procurement Services (DAS-PS) within Oregon's Department of Administrative services (DAS) to provide greater access and improve the quality and delivery of information technology (IT) solutions across the state.
The Basecamp Program believes in relationships. We believe that through interaction and collaboration between government and the IT sector we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve.
This starts with engaging our stakeholders and allowing them to drive what we do. We provide sourcing research, tools, and vendor management to meet demands for IT solutions, while leveraging enterprise architecture and improving the quality and delivery of the products and services we support.
Our proactive sourcing efforts anticipate changes in market conditions around new and evolving offerings so that we can provide competitive and comprehensive solutions to our stakeholders.
The tools and information we provide help users make better-informed decisions about what they buy, and whom they buy it from.
Finally, our vendor management practices help ensure the services provided continually meet the quality levels our stakeholders expect.
The Benefits of Joining Our Team
Work with a diverse group of stakeholders, as well as program staff, with a shared vision of improving government. Use your creative problem solving skills to build and mold technology procurements, program processes and procedures to support fundamental changes in the State's IT environment.
Work with IT leaders to create technology strategies that support the enterprise and statewide partners. Learn and apply the state's Technology Reference Model and governance strategies to promote technology initiatives.
Develop an understanding of state and national sourcing best practices.
This Department of Administrative Services building is located in Salem, Oregon. Salem offers many dining and entertainment options, parks, and public transit! When you join state government, you become a part of an enterprise with more than 30,000 employees located in 65+ agencies, and who are dedicated to making Oregon a fantastic place to live, work and play.
Opportunities for career growth and development within state government are vast, and we offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and 10 paid holidays a year.
What We Are Looking For?
and five years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.
Any combination of experience and education equivalent to eight years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification.
While these skills are not required, candidates who are the most competitive will have experience with the following :
To Apply :
Help your application rise to the top! Don’t forget to showcase your amazing skills and experience in your application package that make you the best candidate for the position.
Candidates whose training and / or experience most closely match the requirements and needs of the position, and attach all necessary documents will be eligible for an interview.
Submissions will be screened for consistency of information and communication skills at the professional level (attention to detail, spelling, grammar, etc.)
Special Information :
This Task will prompt you to provide the appropriate documentation for your Veterans’ Preference point selection. For questions about documentation, please visit : Veterans Resources, or call the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs at : 1-800-692-9666
This is an unrepresented, full-time, permanent Operations & Policy Analyst 4 position with the Department of Administrative Services.