Louisiana Supreme Court - 400 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 | Tel: 504-310-2300 Hon. Bernette J. Johnson. Chief Justice.  John Tarlton Olivier., Clerk of Court.  Sandra A. Vujnovich. Judicial Administrator
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COURT SECURITY OFFICER

The Louisiana Supreme Court, located in the French Quarter, seeks candidates with a minimum of three years law enforcement experience for a career security position, day/evening hours. Requirements for the job are current P.O.S.T. certification from an accredited Louisiana Law Enforcement Agency, strong investigative and report writing skills. Candidate should be proficient in word processing, e-mail and familiar with the use of security computer systems and equipment. Good communication and interpersonal skills are necessary. Professional demeanor a must. Must be able to pass physical training requirements, background check, and skills testing. Salary $31,500. Excellent benefits including paid parking. Please send resume to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB #CSO when applying. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. EOE/M/F/V/D


 

PROGRAMMER/ANALYST

The Louisiana Supreme Court Information Technology Department located in the French Quarter has immediate openings for an experienced Microsoft .Net and SharePoint programmer. Candidates must have a minimum of 2 years of experience in desktop/web application development and support using the following technologies starting with version 2008 and/or higher: Microsoft SQL, Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server and SharePoint. Candidates must have a working knowledge of C#, Visual Basic, XML and have experience with IIS 7, Active Directory and Windows Security concepts. The ability to interact effectively with management, staff and other court personnel is essential as well as being able to work independently on projects.

Excellent benefits and working conditions, including paid parking. Salary DOE. Candidates must pass background check. Please send résumé to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB #IT—PA when applying. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. EOE/M/F/V/D.



DATA ANALYST – NICS
(1 Year Term Appointment)

NICS Data Analyst 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 to the FBI National Instant Check System, with a primary focus on disposition data for Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence from District, City, Parish and Municipal courts in Louisiana.


The successful candidates will possess: a strong work ethic; strict attention to detail; an in-depth business domain expertise in domestic violence and the Louisiana criminal justice system; 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 NICS Records Improvement Act, which includes paid parking and benefits.


Key Position Responsibilities:

  • Analyze and document the current processes with key users at selected trial courts with a focus on impediments or gaps in the information exchange points for Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence.
  • Analyze the information gathered to identify impediments and information gaps for the reporting of Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence and relationship of the defendant to the victim(s).
  • Analyze protective order data from the Protective Orders Registry and disposition data from the Court Case Management Information System to identify information gaps and evaluate whether data can be utilized for related records.
  • Work with the Court Case Management Information System analyst team to 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.
  • Work with the selected pilot City, Parish and Municipal courts as they are brought online to electronically report Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence to ensure that these courts successfully transmit all necessary 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 to recommend continuous improvements and as a basis for on-going training at the trial court level.
  • Work with the Court Case Management Information System analyst team to provide feedback to the reporting courts on data reported.

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.

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
  • Functional domain expertise in domestic violence and more broadly Louisiana Criminal Justice.
  • Business process modeling methodologies and tools (BPMN, Visio, ARIS).

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

 

 

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