$72,468.00 – $92,484.00 Annually
Under the direction of the Court Information Technology Manager, the Court Technology Analyst acts as a lead worker providing support, training, and analysis of justice system needs, provides automated information systems to support those needs, and performs related duties as required.
This technical class works with independence and has responsibility for the completion of specialized hardware and software assignments.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience with following systems and technologies.
- Microsoft Windows Servers (2016, 2019), Load Balancer familiarity, and Clustering
- Microsoft SQL Server, Report Builder and SSRS, PowerShell, scripting and Office 365
- Web APIs (SOAP, REST)
- Development Tools (VSCode, .NET Core, Git, SOAPUI & Postman)
- Date formats (JSON, XML, Xpath, XSLT)
- Dockers, Linux/Bash familiarity, SSH
- Tyler Odyssey infrastructure management; highly desirable
- MSSQL management fundamentals, Database and systems administration
- Microsoft Active Directory, Group Policy
- Virtualization experience in general, preferably VMWare
- Cloud infrastructure, Azure, Backup and Disaster Recovery
- Information security, intrusion prevention, detection and resolution
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
Researches and responds to technical inquiries concerning operating and application system environments and software, system support software, and staff support software; provides troubleshooting services to management and staff.
Evaluates and recommends acquisition of application and operating systems software; participates in the evaluation of available hardware; researches and identifies hardware and software alternatives for handling present and future requirements; provides input on hardware, software, training, and associated costs.
Maintains a technical library and circulates appropriate materials to staff; develops or assists in the development of training materials and presentations for staff.
Participates in programming activities such as software implementation and maintenance; analyzes system dumps and traces; analyzes, tests, and makes recommendations on alternative equipment or software configurations.
Assists in database administration and problem analysis of database software as necessary; develops and maintains Internet technologies including Web design and administration; develops and maintains integrated application technology including interface design and administration; confers and consults with staff and vendors as required.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in computer science or closely related field.
Two (2) or more years of related work experience or any combination of training and experience that provides the desired knowledge and abilities. Three (3) additional years of experience can substitute for education with two (2) or more years in positions of advanced responsibility and complexity.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION INFORMATION
Carefully complete your application and submit by the final filing deadline.
- Complete all requested information fully.
- Incomplete applications will not be processed and your application will be rejected if you write statements such as “See/Refer to Resume” or “See Attached.”
- It is important that your application show all the relevant education and experience you possess.
- Minimum requirements must be met at the time of filing.
- If you held multiple positions with the same employer, please list each job title and duties separately.
- The Work Experience portion of your application profile should account for all employment within the last 10 years, including your current or most recent position. Include U.S. Military Service, self-employment, and relevant unpaid volunteer work.
- Explain gaps between any employment periods by way of a separate attachment to the application.
Incomplete application materials, false statements, omission of a material fact, or partial information will result in disqualification.
A cover letter and resume are encouraged, but are not accepted as a replacement for your application.
A qualifications appraisal committee will review applications and requested materials, and only the best-qualified candidates will be invited to test and interview for this position. Meeting the announced requirements does not guarantee inclusion into the selection process. All correspondence regarding the selection process is sent via email.
Shasta County Superior Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Arrangements may be made to accommodate applicants with disabilities by informing Human Resources in writing or by telephone at the time of application.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
1500 Court Street, Room 106
Redding, CA 96001