The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and U.S. Digital Service (USDS) are teaming up to determine a new way to hire IT talent for Federal positions. The new hires sought for IT roles will join the offices of the HHS’ chief information officer and chief technology officer.

“Assist us with health care modernization efforts such as guiding IT policy, creating new requirements to improve processes, identifying data patterns and insights, and strategizing new and ongoing HHS projects and initiatives,” the job posting states.

HHS has posted four roles for candidates to apply to and the job postings will remain open until 100 applications are received. Candidates can apply for up to two of these four positions:

  • IT Specialist Generalist;
  • IT Customer Support Specialist;
  • IT Data Management Specialist; and
  • IT Policy and Planning Specialist.

Each applicant will have their resume reviewed by subject matter experts, followed by qualifying phone interviews, and will be ranked by preference following those phone interviews.

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Jordan Smith is a MeriTalk Senior Technology Reporter covering the intersection of government and technology.