- Microsoft SQL Server
- Web services
- Analysis skills
The Administrative Office of the Courts is in the process of developing a statewide, unified, multi-jurisdictional Case Management System across the Oklahoma Judiciary. Requirements analysis and the Joint Applications Design have been completed and we are seeking eager, talented, self-motivated individuals to join our MIS team to take the construction and implementation of the Oklahoma Case Management System (CMS) forward. In this capacity, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with a highly experienced team and join them in influencing the design, construction, and testing of the statewide CMS application. If you would like to bring your talents to bear in the exciting and challenging effort ahead of us, please submit your cover letter and resume for consideration as described below.
Responsibilities and functions will include (but not be limited to) the following:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each of the following essential duties:
Integrate new and existing COTS products into in-house applications and or other COTS products.
Develop and support SSIS, SSRS and HTML reports, both financial and statistical.
Source code/branch management (merging code between branches), maintenance and confirmation of build systems, and administration of TFS and related systems.
Develop and maintain electronic exchanges in various formats between systems to include XML, ECF/NIEM, etc.
Develop and support complex T-SQL stored procedures, views, and functions.
Assist with maintaining existing VB6/COM+ applications.
Design, build, and test web presentation, business, and data access layers.
Design software systems from requirements, interactions with users, business analysts, system analysts, and collaborative input from peers and others.
Develop software support documentation, including graphical representations (UML, Visio, etc.), used for programming and testing.
Work with Quality Assurance (QA) personnel to ensure software meets software quality standards.
Estimate work needed to complete assigned tasks and commit to their completion.
Conduct peer review of software designs, programs, and test results.
Work after hours as needed to implement software into production.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
Working knowledge of Visual Studio.
Ability to assist others in use of multiple programming languages
Working knowledge of XML and JSON data-interchange formats.
Strong knowledge of object oriented programming techniques.
Working knowledge of n-tier application design along with basic principles of computer science: object-oriented programming, algorithms, data structures, and multi-threading.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Visio.
Working knowledge of ALM software life cycle and security principles.
Intermediate scripting capabilities in: PowerShell, SQL, TFS Command line.
Working knowledge of middle tier development, including: Web Services, Windows Services, work flow, and WCF.
Strong troubleshooting, research, and problem solving skills.
Detail-oriented with strong organizational and documentation skills.
Excellent communication skills â€“ oral and written.
Ability to work in teams and independently when required.
Desire to work in and adapt to new technologies.
Education / Experience:
Bachelorâ€™s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field or equivalent work experience. A degree in Computer Science is preferred.
7 years experience creating and supporting web-based applications.
5 years experience with .NET programming.
2 years experience with SQL and T-SQL.
Prior experience with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a plus.
Prior experience in the court system, legal field, or accounting is a plus.
Experience with SharePoint, Visual Studio and multiple programming languages.
Excellent problem solving, analytical skills and technical troubleshooting skills.
VB6/COM+ programming experience a plus.
The State of Oklahoma has an excellent benefits package including 3 weeks of vacation, employee retirement and health benefit plans. Applicant must be willing to self-relocate if applicable. Position open until filled. Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements and availability date via email with Senior Programmer Analyst in the message title to email@example.com. The Supreme Court of Oklahoma Administrative Office of the Courts 2100 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 3 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105.
Candidates who are eligible to work in the United States are encouraged to apply. The Administrative Office of the Courts will not sponsor a work visa (H-1B, etc.) to fill this position.
As a condition of employment, any successful candidate who receives an offer of employment will be required to pass a background investigation.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer.