At NJOIT, we believe that technology can fundamentally transform the way our government works for New Jersey's taxpayers. Now more than ever, technology is altering how our citizens connect with their government and how institutions of government interact with each other. Technology can deliver the benefit of greater transparency, efficiency, and security. Innovations like automation and machine learning yield measurable increases in productivity and the cloud helps us achieve heretofore unforeseen levels of agility and economies of scale.
To capitalize on these benefits, government must keep pace with technology's rate of change. At NJOIT we reject the notion that innovation exists beyond our reach.In the digital age, our goal is to provide our citizens with a user experience commensurate with what the private sector offers. In this respect, our technological ability is a path to earning the confidence and trust of our constituents.
|Posting #||Title||Unit||Closing Date|
|2020-002||Information Technology Specialist||Managed Hosting, Mainframe||January 25, 2020|
|2020-001||Assistant Division Director||Network Operations, Telecommunications||January 28, 2020|
|2020-004||Information Technology Specialist||Network Operations Division|
|February 01, 2020|
|2020-008||Information Technology Specialist||NJ Office of Information Technology|
Managed Hosting Division
|February 01, 2020|
|2020-006||Information Technology Specialist||Applications & Customer Service Division, Business & Community||February 4, 2020|
|Posting #||Title||Unit||Closing Date||2020-003||Software Development Specialist 2, OIT|
Applications & Customer Service Division, Business & Community
January 31, 2020
Below is the application for students interested in participating in OIT’s Unpaid Internship Program. If you are age 17 or older and attend an academic institution you may apply. Application and resumes should be forwarded to the OIT Training Unit for consideration.