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Interested candidates must submit a resume on the Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) resume builder website at If you should have any questions about this position, please contact Anjali Bajracharya, Human Resources Representative at (651) 846-1449.
The State Demographic Center serves as a liaison to the U.S. Census Bureau and as a resource to Minnesotans to find the demographic data they need to make smart decisions.
The State of Minnesota also has our own Enterprise Talent Development department to keep your leadership skills and job skills and knowledge sharp.
Application Details Why Work For Us Come work for one of the best public health systems in the nation and you will contribute to our mission to protect, maintain and improve the health of all Minnesotans.
Job Summary As the Application Specialist you will support our business partners at the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs MDVA. You will develop, administrate, support, troubleshoot and maintain many of MDVA’s critical and core applications.
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