FI$Cal offers frequent job opportunities in a variety of classifications. Here are some openings to join our team.


Under direction of the Staff Services Manager I (SSM I), the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) effectively applies adult learning theory utilizing multimedia technology and authoring tools to design and develop instructional materials that support department’s needs. The position is responsible for performing tasks associated with the analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of course curriculum and materials, to support the deployment of the FI$Cal system serving over 20,000 end-users across the state of California.
Final Filing Date: 11/9/2021


Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Administration and working as a member of the Administration Services Division (ASD), the Staff Services Analyst (SSA) performs work of average difficulty in a variety of analytical and evaluative staff services assignments. The SSA will provide support in all areas of the ASD such as the Business Services section, Procurements section, Financial Operations section, and other administrative areas.
Final Filing Date: 11/9/2021


Under the general supervision of the Business Services Section (BSS) Chief, Staff Services Manager II (Managerial) (SSM II), the Office Technician (General) (OT) serves as a Business Services liaison to department-wide staff, management, and agency staff.  The OT is the first line of contact for the Business Services Section (BSS)’s customers, responding to requests for service through email, service window, phone, and ServiceNow portal/ticketing system. The OT coordinates facility repairs and maintenance, while tracking all requests through completion. This position also receives deliveries; makes update tracking logs as applicable and process deliveries for various divisions. The OT is also responsible for handling incoming requests and trouble tickets for the Robin Reservation software, as well as adding new account users and running reports for leadership. This position is a twelve (12) month limited term with the potential of being extended to twenty-four (24) months or becoming permanent.
Final Filing Date: 11/12/2021

C.E.A. (Chief Deputy Director)

Under the general direction of the Director, Department of FISCal (FI$Cal), the Chief Deputy Director fulfills substantial leadership responsibilities with broad authority to develop and implement policies and exercise independence. The incumbent is responsible for providing the leadership and organization to transform the state’s business processes and develop/maintain a financial management solution for the State of California. The Chief Deputy Director directs all phases of the FI$Cal system implementation, including initiation, planning, procurement, execution, operations and maintenance. The Chief Deputy Director is required to have an extensive knowledge of principles, practices and trends of public finance, governmental budgeting and accounting; program budgeting techniques; exercise a high degree of initiative, independence of action, creativity and originality; demonstrate tact and exercise sound judgment that recognizes the best interests of the state; communicate effectively; develop and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships; supervise a large matrix team of employees; work under pressure to meet deadlines; and maintain consistent, predictable attendance in the performance of these functions.
Final Filling Date: 11/19/21

C.E. A. (Deputy Director, Information Technology)

Under the administrative direction of the Chief Deputy Director, the CEA B (Chief Information Officer (CIO)/Deputy Director), fulfills substantial information technology leadership and policy responsibilities for the Department of FISCal (FI$Cal) of significant scope, complexity and sensitivity. The incumbent is responsible for leadership and management of information technology functions and programs relating to the support of the FI$Cal system implementation. The incumbent is therefore responsible for the information technology strategic planning, policy development, goal setting, management of enterprise architecture, information security, applications services, technology and infrastructure services, and department legacy systems interfaces. As CIO, the incumbent implements FI$Cal’s information technology policies throughout the statewide systems, and in collaboration with other government organizations, state agencies CIOs, Office of Chief Information Officer, and California Office of Information Security on statewide information technology policies and plans.
Final Filing Date: Until Filled


Under general direction of the Information Technology Manager I (ITM I) in Database Platform Services Section, the Information Technology Specialist I (ITS I) works independently as a technical specialist and is responsible for tasks that involve the PeopleSoft Oracle databases, the Legacy Data Repository and the Enterprise Data Warehouse.  The incumbent is also responsible for following the Financial Information System for California (FI$Cal)Project Management Standards. The duties for this position are focused in the Software Engineering and System Engineering domain, however, work may be assigned in the other domains as needed.
Final Filing Date: Until Filled


Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager (SSM) II, Communications Unit Manager, the Staff Services Manager I will serve as the department’s communications and marketing manager. This position will also be responsible for writing content for FI$Cal’s newsletter, and develop written and visual elements such as graphics and photographs for use on the department’s social media platforms (LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook). Through social media channels the incumbent tracks coverage and trends related to FI$Cal and its mission; assists in development of and participation in outreach efforts at public events, news conferences, and department meetings and workshops; and assists in development of website content. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing the preparation of high-level communications, including departmental memos, letters to stakeholders, newsletter content, and legislative reports. The incumbent will also be responsible for preparing the Director and Chief Deputy Director, and will assist the Staff Services Manager III (SSM III) and Information Officer (IO I) with preparing executive staff for legislative hearings, media interviews, user forums, and other high-level internal and external meetings. The incumbent may act as spokesperson, and represent the department at high-level meetings/events.
Final Filing Date: Until Filled