Highly motivated technical support professional.
Experienced trouble-shooter and solution-maker.
Does this describe you?
The Alaska Court System (ACS) encourages you to apply for a Programmer Analyst I position within the Information Services Support Division.
This position will analyze, design, and implement computer programming solutions, develop and maintain integrated applications for the court's case management system, and provide coordination and support to training and helpdesk activities.
This is a long-term project position funded for
a minimum of two years, with benefits.
The successful applicant will be a skilled developer, programmer, and business analyst. Regular duties will include:
Develop system interface, user data entry, and document workflow solutions, working with external and enterprise-wide court customers, to deliver custom work products that meet defined user and technical requirements;
Develop and maintain form templates that integrate with the court's case management form generation process; troubleshoot complex system issues involving the court's database applications and case management systems;
Serve as gatekeeper for proposed changes to template design or workflow applications developed in-house; assess and take necessary actions to implement those changes.
Provide programming support to improve data integrity in case records and code table structure that is critical to routine court operation of the case management and database application systems;
Evaluate and program simple desktop solutions or products to enhance user experience in operating court-provided technology and tools;
Collect, analyze, and interpret users' needs into business functional and technical requirements relating to system interface and in-house application development.
Participate in all phases of application, database, and system design and modification to meet customer needs using the court's development tools for forms, databases, and reports;
Work with ISS staff internally and externally to maintain and deliver timely, accurate, and trusted information; design an effective and efficient process to improve data quality and data collection activities;
Develop and maintain instructional material, work documentation, and standards on the use of court case management and in-house application solutions provided to customers;
Perform research and propose drafts to rule, procedural, or policy changes that may be necessary to improve the use and efficiency of the business integration products;
Assist in training and providing Help Desk assistance to case management and in-house application users;
Attend and/or chair IT project-related committee meetings as required.
We provide a variety of benefits for eligible employees, which are a significant part of the total compensation package. These benefits include:
Medical and dental coverage for employee and eligible dependents
Vision plan (optional)
Employer paid Basic Life insurance with additional coverage available
37.5 hour work week
Personal leave accrual of at least 15 hours per month
11 paid holidays
Retirement programs with a wide variety of investment options
Supplemental Benefits System (SBS)
Deferred Compensation Plan (optional)
Convenient downtown parking
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View Class Specifications for this job:
This is a flexibly-staffed job class. Upon successful completion of the training and experience requirements, and upon recommendation of the supervisor and approval of Human Resources, the incumbent may be classified as Programmer Analyst II, salary range 20.
This is a partially-exempt job class. Incumbents serve "at-will" to the appointing authority.
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Information Technology, Mathematics, or a closely related field AND one year of computer programming experience in a recognized programming language.
An associate’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Information Technology, Mathematics, or a closely related field AND two years of computer programming experience in a recognized programming language.
A Certified Professional (MCP), Adobe Certified Expert (ACE), Crystal Reports Certified Professional (CRCP) qualification or relevant certification AND one year of computer programming experience in form, business application, web application, database, or report development.
Three years of computer programming experience in a recognized programming language, one year of which MUST be in form, business application, web application, database, or report development.
Job Specific Information:
The following is a list of job specific questions for this position.
Do you have programming experience in Java or .Net as well as one or more scripting languages? Please describe your experience in your Cover Letter.
Do you have form design experience using Adobe LiveCycle ES, Acrobat Form Designer (version 9 or later), or equivalent form design tools? Please describe your experience in your Cover Letter.
Do you possess working knowledge of XML and SOA? Please describe in your Cover Letter.
Do you have developmental background in enterprise integration technologies, such as Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Workflow engines (BPEL), Message Queues, SOAP and REST-based web services? Please describe your experience in your Cover Letter.
Do you have SQL programming experience? Please describe in your Cover Letter.
Do you possess development experience working with enterprise content management systems such as Microsoft SharePoint, DotNetNuke, or Alfresco? Please describe your experience in your Cover Letter.
Do you have experience in report development using Crystal Reports, MS BI Development Studio or equivalent report design tools? Please describe your experience in your Cover Letter.
Do you have experience documenting workflow and, as a result, analyzed and successfully improved business processes? Please explain your experience in your Cover Letter.
Do you have working knowledge of court operations or legal proceedings? Please describe in your Cover Letter.
Do you have a spouse or any close relative(s) employed by the Alaska Court System? ("Close relative" means father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, husband, wife, grandfather, grandmother, grandson, granddaughter, uncle, aunt, first cousin, niece, nephew, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law and daughter-in-law, including those involving half or step relationships. "Spouse" includes not only a husband or wife, but also any person with whom the applicant maintains a shared household and conjugal relations). If "yes" indicate name(s), location(s), and job title(s) in the Applicant Cover Letter.