This position is with the Lane County Circuit Court in the Information Technology Team.
The purpose of this position is to provide team leadership; mentor, train and assign work to Technical Support Specialist 3’s. Provide advanced technical support and problem resolution, consulting with technical experts and Enterprise Technology Services Division staff regarding the most difficult problems, and perform advanced systems analysis work; provide advice and make recommendations to the Deputy Trial Court Administrator regarding the application of new and existing software and hardware to court operations; interact with other programmers, analysts, and staff to facilitate installation and implementation of information systems components. This position exercises a high level of independent decision making authority.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Typical job duties include, but are not limited to, the tasks listed below. Assigned tasks may be changed to accommodate workload and organizational issues.
- Demonstrate high-level proficiency in: Network Management, Desktop Management, Server Management, and Project Management, Database Administration, Security Management, Incident Management, and Storage Area Networking.
- Demonstrate leadership that fosters commitment, team spirit, pride and trust through coaching, mentoring, recognizing and guiding employees to achieve results. Use interpersonal skills to influence and inspire others to follow. Facilitates and fosters open communication and cooperation within the organization and with customer groups to build an effective team environment.
- Act as a catalyst for organizational change. Foster a quality of service essential to high performance. Ability to see things not as they are, but as they can be; and able to motivate and influence others to translate vision into actions and meaningful contributions that drive performance to higher levels of effectiveness and productivity.
- Provide advanced technical support and problem resolution for Lane County Circuit Court. The courts technology systems include; multimedia presentations, web applications, virtual servers, interagency communication links, storage area networks, hand reader security, and digital recording.
- Self-motivate, manage, and perform multiple complex projects under the discipline of defined departmental business processes.
- Maintain a high level of customer support for staff and judges. Provide documentation, training material and general assistance to staff.
- Prepare and take responsibility for project plans/schedules, and outline requirements, tasks, work assignments, resources and critical milestones, with a demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks for both self and others.
- Identify and analyze complex problems; distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information to make logical decisions; provide solutions to individual and organizational problems.
- Design and prepare test data and materials for testing of computer programs and systems prior to implementation.
- Take ownership of complex cross-sectional problems and lead the team to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency.
- Participate in establishing standards for statewide projects and high-level strategic project planning.
- Ability to create and maintain support documentation and technical drawings of the infrastructure.
- Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to peers, management and customers at various levels of the organization. Prepare and deliver presentations to various audiences using clear, concise and effective communication.
- Configure, place, upgrade and set up a variety of computer equipment and communication devices. In addition to these duties, diagnose and repair computer hardware, evaluate, recommend and purchase computer hardware and software, and maintain data processing supplies.
- Work with county and other governmental agencies on resolution of issues arising out of shared infrastructure. Communicate and collaborate with vendors for effective problem resolution.
- Perform other related work as assigned or required.
This is a full-time position and the work schedule currently is 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. It is eligible for overtime compensation for hours worked in excess of 40 per work week.
Extensive contact with system users and other court personnel.
Frequent phone and in-person contact with people from diverse backgrounds.
Long periods of sitting.
You must have a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record or be able to provide an acceptable alternative means of transportation.
Lifting and moving computer equipment and office materials up to 35 pounds may be required.
Occasional overtime and after-hours work may be required.
Occasional travel may be required.
Qualifications & Desired Attributes:
The qualified applicant must, at a minimum, be able to demonstrate a high level of proficiency in at least three of the following areas:
- Network Management;
- Desktop Management;
- Server Management;
- Project Management;
- Database Administration; or
- Storage Area Networking.
Have at least two years of experience providing front-line installation, configuration, and support services for personal computers.
Preference may be given to applicants with experience in:
Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.
- Leading a technology team;
- Installing, configuring, and supporting Windows Server and Windows Storage Server operating systems in a virtual server and virtual storage environment; and
- Installing, configuring, imaging and supporting PC hardware and software
Depending on the volume of applications received for this recruitment, you should allow four weeks after the close date to be notified concerning the review of your application.
This job announcement may be used to fill future vacancies in this class of work. Apply now if you are interested in this or future vacancies.
In order to evaluate your experience as it relates to this position, we need your responses to the supplemental questions. Please respond completely to the supplemental questions in the space provided; they will be the sole basis for determining which applicants, among those who meet the minimum qualifications, will be provided an interview. Failure to respond to each question in the space provided for that question may result in disqualification of your application.
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Inquiries and Requests for Alternate Formats
Please direct inquiries and/or requests for an alternate format to complete the screening process, by the closing date of this announcement, to:
Lane County Circuit Court
125 East 8th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401-2926
(541) 682-2346 or
Oregon Relay Service - 711
Please be prepared to describe the alternate format(s) needed.
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