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LAW CLERK/RESEARCH ATTORNEY
SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA

The Central Staff Division of the Louisiana Supreme Court seeks to fill a full-time research and writing position to aid the Court in the exercise of its criminal appellate and supervisory jurisdiction. Must have strong academic credentials (top third of class), as well as demonstrated research and writing skills. Computer proficiency and good interpersonal skills also a must. Must be a licensed member of the Louisiana Bar or a recent law school graduate planning to become a member of the Louisiana bar at earliest opportunity to apply. Salary commensurate with experience. Please e-mail resume, law school transcript, and recent writing sample to hrresumes@lasc.org. Please reference job SCCS15 when responding to this ad. Interested candidates must respond by April 20, 2015. EOE/M/F/D/V.


IMPLEMENTATION ANALYST/SPECIALIST – CDLPI
1-Year Appointment
CMIS

CDL Program Improvement Implementation Analyst/Specialist position will work in the Court Case Management Information System/Information Technology Group of the Louisiana Supreme Court, located at 400 Royal St, New Orleans. The analyst will work with the Court Case Management Information System Division to improve the reporting of disposition data utilizing data exchange technologies to federal and state driver history databases, with a primary focus on traffic and DWI disposition data for Commercial Drivers from District, City, Parish and Municipal courts in Louisiana.

The analyst will work with the CMIS Traffic Data Reporting Team, under the supervision of the CMIS Criminal Data Analyst and the CMIS Director to coordinate the implementation of data exchange projects in district, city and municipal courts; conducting assessments of the jurisdictions’ readiness and technical ability to implement data exchanges; identify impediments to successful implementation; conduct review of business process for the data exchange; conduct data reviews as implementation begins to identify any issues with data or exchange events; and provide final report on the implementation. The goal is to increase the number of courts providing conviction data electronically, utilizing data exchanges among the criminal justice agencies in the jurisdiction.


The successful candidates will possess: a strong work ethic; strict attention to detail; an in-depth business domain expertise in criminal court processes; a proven record of coordinating successful technology implementations, knowledge of utilization of XML for data sharing, the ability to work independently, as well as within a team environment; strong analytical skills, including excellent proficiency in discovering customer business needs and translating them into functional and technical requirements; excellent knowledge of business processes and best practices in judicial programs; the ability to successfully lead projects and the ability to travel for court site visits.


The position is for a one year term under the CDL Program Improvement Grant, which includes paid parking, paid holidays, medical, dental and life insurance.


Key Position Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the implementation of data exchange projects in district, city and municipal courts.
  • Conducting assessments of the jurisdictions readiness and technical ability to implement data exchanges.
  • Analyze and document the current processes with key users at trial courts identified by CMIS, with a focus on impediments or gaps in the information exchange points for Commercial Driver violations
  • Identify impediments to successful implementation in the jurisdiction.
  • Conduct review of business process for the data exchange jurisdiction
  • Conduct data reviews as implementation begins to identify any issues with data or exchange events
  • Provide final report on the implementation in the jurisdiction
  • Work with the Court Case Management Information System analyst team to identify, design and implement process improvements and system enhancements to capture data that improves the quality and timeliness of information from the reporting courts that conforms to National Information Exchange Model for criminal justice data.
  • Model and document current-state and future-state business processes using process modeling tools, following a consistent modeling methodology.
  • Perform data analysis using SQL queries and ad-hoc reporting tools to review the data reported by the courts and use that data in implementation assessments & reports.
  • Work with the Court Case Management Information System analyst team to provide feedback to the reporting courts on data reported.
  • Act as project coordinator for CMIS approved data exchange projects.
  • Provide assistance to the implementing jurisdiction of the approved data exchanges and troubleshoot technical issues between criminal justice entities in the jurisdiction which imped the successful exchange of data..

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher learning institution in computer science, business or related area.
  • 3+ years of progressive experience in a court, government agency or associated organization.
  • Functional domain expertise in Louisiana Criminal Justice.
  • Ability to travel within the state of Louisiana

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with court case management systems
  • Experience with court processes – case initiation, docketing, notice generation, disposition, minutes, etc.
  • Data analysis using SQL Queries
  • Knowledge and proven use of XML in data sharing (NIEM)
  • Functional domain expertise in criminal, traffic or DWI violations and more broadly Louisiana Criminal Justice.
  • Business process modeling methodologies and tools (BPMN, Visio, ARIS).

Candidates must pass background check.
Salary DOE. Paid parking and benefits.
Please send resume and salary expectations to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB # IT-G151 when applying.
Applications will be accepted until position filled.
EOE/M/F/V/D.



TECHNICAL TRAINER ANALYST – CDLPI
1-Year Appointment
CMIS


CDL Program Improvement Technical Trainer Analyst position will work part time, up to 30 hours per week, in the Court Case Management Information System/Information Technology Group of the Louisiana Supreme Court, located at 400 Royal St, New Orleans. The trainer will work to enhance outreach and education activities related to the electronic reporting of disposition data. The goal is to document improvements in the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of case data reported to federal and state driver history databases, with a primary focus on disposition data for Commercial Drivers from District, City, Parish and Municipal courts in Louisiana as a result of training provided to the courts.


The trainer will travel to District, City, Parish and Municipal courts statewide and assist with the launch of CDL training programs. This will involve the preparation of training materials and presentations to court staff statewide, with assistance provided by the CMIS Traffic Data Analyst to identify jurisdictions and issues requiring training. The trainer will be part of the Traffic Data Reporting team, under the direct supervision of the CMIS Criminal Data Analyst and CMIS Director. This position will compile a knowledge base that can be easily accessed for problem resolution and inquiries on conviction data submissions.


The successful candidates will possess: a strong work ethic; strict attention to detail; an in-depth business domain expertise in traffic and DWI court processes; the ability to work independently, as well as within a team environment; effective presentation skills ; ability to travel to conduct on-site and regional training sessions across Louisiana; excellent knowledge of business processes and best practices in judicial programs; and the ability to successfully implement training projects.


The position is for a one year term under the CDL Program Improvement Grant.


Key Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop and Conduct training programs on successful reporting of case disposition data for electronic reporting of CDL violations to OMV
  • Collaborate with the CMIS traffic analyst to determine training needs and prioritize training needs of jurisdictions and courts state wide
  • Facilitate training programs with court personnel; coordinate facility availability with training schedule; ensure that all needed audio-visual equipment is available and set up for training programs
  • Work with the identified District City, Parish and Municipal courts as they are brought online to electronically report dispositions to ensure that these courts successfully transmit all necessary data
  • Manage logistics for each training event, interfacing with trial court CMS vendors and ‘training the trainer’ sessions
  • Prepare reports for each training sessions conducted and compile quarterly reports on the status and progress of the training program to document number of sessions, number attended agenda items and improvements in reporting to OMV
  • Produce and distribute training schedules
  • Provide follow-up support and further training assessment to court personnel
  • Collect feedback from courts on the effectiveness of the training so adjustments can be made in the training material
  • Work with the CMIS Traffic and Criminal data analysts to provide feedback to the reporting courts on data reported after receiving training.
  • Identify for the CMIS Traffic, Implementation Analyst, Criminal Data Analyst and the CMIS Director any technical or business process issues at the courts which imped the reporting of complete, accurate and timely disposition data.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher learning institution in computer science, business or related area
  • 3+ years of progressive experience in a trial court, government agency or associated organization, engaged in the Louisiana Criminal justice Community.
  • Functional domain expertise in Louisiana Criminal Justice at the trial court level.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience providing group training to a variety individuals
  • Experience with trial court case management systems
  • Experience with trial court processes – case initiation, docketing, notice generation, disposition, minutes, etc.
  • Functional domain expertise in traffic or DWI violations and more broadly Louisiana Criminal Justice.

Candidates must pass background check.
Salary DOE.
Please send resume and salary expectations to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB # IT-G152 when applying.
Applications will be accepted until position filled.
EOE/M/F/V/D.

 

 

 

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