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Legislative Representative, Mayor’s Office of City Legislative Affairs, 17642
Legislative Representatives are each assigned a portfolio of City Council committees and are responsible for all legislation, oversight hearings and member requests from their respective committees. Duties of a Legislative Representative include, but are not limited to: Tracking legislation introduced by the City Council and monitoring its progress as it moves through the legislative process; Working with agencies in reviewing and preparing legislation; Working with agencies in crafting a response to City Council legislation and oversight hearings and preparing testimony; Preparing written analyses of legislation; Drafting mayoral bill-signing statements and correspondence; Facilitating interactions between the City Council and the Administration, including responding to requests from members and staff in a timely manner; and assisting in overseeing and supervising staff.
Deputy Director of City Legislative Affairs, Mayor’s Office of City Legislative Affairs, 21748
The Deputy Director, a senior staff position, supervises City Legislative Affairs staff and serves as the principal liaison between the Mayor’s Office and the New York City Council on matters specified by the Director. Duties of the Deputy Director include, but are not limited to: Directly managing day-to-day staff operations, and leading staff on all legislative activities; Developing strategies with senior Administration staff to advance the Mayor’s agenda; Working with agencies in reviewing and preparing legislation; Working with agencies in crafting responses to City Council legislation, oversight hearings, and preparing testimony; Managing interactions between the City Council and the Administration, including responding to requests from members and staff in a timely manner; Tracking legislation introduced by the City Council and monitoring its progress as it moves through the legislative process.
General Counsel & Executive Vice President for Legal Affairs, NYC Housing Authority, 332695
S/he will provide all legal support for NYCHA and provide guidance and counsel on the agency’s business matters and transactions. The primary responsibilities of the General Counsel/EVP for Legal Affairs include, but are not limited to: 1) Legal Affairs and Strategy: Direct and guide the activities of the Law Department, comprised of approximately 156 attorneys and professional staff; Oversee all of NYCHA’s legal matters, providing internal business clients with the necessary guidance and ensuring compliance with applicable law, statues and guidelines; Determine the legal strategy for pursuing
NextGeneration NYCHA initiatives; Manage and monitor the preparation and presentation of legal opinions to NYCHA and others and the representation of NYCHA at administrative law hearings and judicial proceedings; Assess the agency’s organizational and business goals and initiatives and provide advice that reduces legal risks and liabilities; Advise on matters related to corporate governance; Ensure that NYCHA’s Law Department and outside counsel operate efficiently. 2) Ethics Officer: Manage NYCHA’s conflicts of interest program, rendering advisory opinions on conflict of interest matters.
Director of Economic Development, International Affairs, 21639
The DED will: Identify, develop and execute partnerships between NYC agencies and the international community, including the international business community, designed to address the needs of foreign businesses interested in entering into NYC’s market and highlight NYC’s innovative work on a set of priority issues. Arrange opportunities for members of the international community, including the international business community, and City agencies to share knowledge and take action. Provide support, including administrative support, related to visiting delegations of government officials from around the world. Manage day-to-day administration and record-keeping related to partnerships, including data entry, management of a strategic relationship database and maintaining relevant contacts.
Associate Counsel, Office of the Counsel to the Mayor, 18849
The Associate Counsel will manage a range of policy and legal issues. Key tasks will include: Management: Supervise FOIL team, balance priorities and supervise projects; Independent Research: Analyze and interpret laws, court decisions and legal authorities, and other legal documents, and draft and revise legislation to ensure consistency with Mayoral priorities; Risk Management: Assure compliance with conflicts of interest rules and vet candidates for City offices; and Project Support: Assist in the development of legal policies and other government initiatives. Respond to a broad array of legal inquiries from staff and City agencies.
Deputy Director of Strategic Initiatives, Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, 21704
The Deputy Director of Strategic Initiatives will serve as a key member of the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability (MOS), contributing to the implementation of MOS’s strategic goals and priorities. The Deputy Director will be responsible for integrating environmental justice and workforce development perspectives into the City’s sustainability planning and decision-making processes. Additionally, the Deputy Director will lead a team of policy advisors working with agency partners to ensure the City’s climate policies are implemented on time and on budget. The ideal candidate is a visionary sustainability-minded professional who fosters interagency collaboration, can advance data driven analyses that inform decision making, and most importantly, will lead a multi-talented team. They will have experience in and/or knowledge of urban planning, environmental policy, public administration, community and economic development, or related fields, and ideally has had prior experience working with multiple government agencies in the City of New York and using a systems approach to effect change.
Deputy Commissioner of Training and Development, Department of Correction, 336381
The selected candidate will oversee and support all recruit, in service, leadership development and promotional training for the Department’s uniformed and non-uniformed workforce. He/she will develop an overall organizational training strategy, oversee its implementation and assess its outcomes. Leverage analytics by conducting current and ongoing strategic assessments of training programs and initiatives as well as create a testing and evaluation process to document the effective transfer of knowledge and skills from training to employees. Oversee, manage, and direct subordinate administrative and instructional staff, assess the quality of instruction, provide evaluations with recommendations for upgrading the skills development of new instructors and existing instructors; develop, oversee, and administer training budgets, new staffing needs, and review training requests from departmental units; employ a wide variety of innovative training delivery methods and best practices for possible learning and employee development; assist with policy formulation, redesigning, upgrading, monitoring and modifying training techniques employed at the DOC.
ETL Developer, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, 313658
The ETL Developer’s responsibilities would include: Provide technical support for the administration and production of MOCS Informatica. Responsible for data loading and manipulation to ensure data sources are efficiently and effectively loaded into the data warehouse. Work with Cognos to generate reports. Will need to enhance existing artifacts & troubleshoot. Work closely with MOCS DAS application services and operations team on ETL development efforts including analysis and design of integration solutions, data and reporting needs of internal and external stakeholders, and enhancement related to applications and services. Work with Business and Data Team members to help upgrade current infrastructure and systems. Assist in the development of reporting interfaces by ensuring ETL procedures integrate properly with necessary dependent systems. Tracking, analyzing and resolving trouble tickets.
Quality Assurance Engineer, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, 309353
MOCS is recruiting for one (1) Computer System Manager to function as a Quality Assurance Engineer who will: Develop testing approach and scripts (both automated and manual) based on established standards and the analysis of design documentation and requirements. Define automated test criteria, designs & develop the test automation framework and automate tests cases for all functionality that meets specified automation criteria. Develop ETL and database automation scripts and help in load testing. Manage testing process using an SDLC tracking system. Create and/or contribute in the design of various testing deliverables and other project deliverables. Work with developers and support teams to resolve defects and environment issues. Acquire and create test data and analyze/verify data. Perform and coordinate testing activities including developing and running test scripts, coordinating UAT and tracking defect/fixes.
Analyst, Strategic Procurement Operations, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, 318926
The Analyst will perform the following job responsibilities which include and are not limited to:Support and occasionally take lead on collaborations with agencies to standardize solicitation documents including drafting and revising Request for Proposals (RFPs); Coordination and preparation support, including conducting agency/internal outreach and assisting with CFT projects, meetings and follow-up; Perform special project tasks, ad-hoc analyses, and prepare relevant reports and presentations as assigned; Ability to think outside of the box to distill complex information, problem solve, and develop strategies and/or actionable recommendations; Assist in the development of procurement tools and resources to help standardize and streamline procurement processes, including the development of job aids, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and templates.
Assistant Director, Enterprise Data Services, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, 317679
Responsibilities will include: Lead data analytics team in development of analyses and reporting requirements across several Mayoral initiatives and policy requirements. Must have the ability to manage expectations, projects, and staff and develop creative solutions to complex problems. Developing detailed methodologies in order to allow successful projects to be transferred and automated by client agencies. Establish, track and manage project schedule/critical path activities, status reporting, and resource plan development to ensure enhancements are completed on time, on-schedule and within budget. Manage the collection and analysis of data for procurement cycle time and other key procurement performance indicators, and with the preparation of required annual reports and updates. Provide technical assistance, guidance and support to MOCS units and all of the City’s Mayoral agencies to meet expected timetables for procurement action milestones, support data collection initiatives and streamline procurement process and increase vendors’ ability to do business with NYC, especially as part of the PASSPort project.
Development Manager, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, 311950
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Managing and supporting IT product development staff. Promoting best-practices, and fostering a spirit of excellence among team members Supporting senior team in strategic planning and IT project on boarding. Coordinate business and technical requirements with product development and policy teams. Oversee the implementation of the technical solution, delivery of the technical designs, strategies, and quality assurance plans. Establish technology standards and strategy for project implementation. Make strategic architecture and application technology decisions. Research and managing special technology projects and initiatives as assigned. Create technical/application design specifications, hands-on coding, building and deploying the code in lower environments, unit testing and troubleshooting application issues and fixes. Develop/update deployment scripts. Assisting in setting up build environments. Identify development tasks and providing the level of effort to complete the tasks.