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COURT ASSISTANT CLERK

MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM ANALYST

LOUISIANA PROTECTIVE ORDER REGISTRY DATABASE MONITOR ANALYST/SUPERVISOR

DATA ARCHITECT

 

 

COURT ASSISTANT CLERK

The Clerk’s Office of the Louisiana Supreme Court seeks an Assistant Clerk to perform a variety of specialized clerical and secretarial duties, which include processing cases, verifying compliance with court rules, entering, retrieving and compiling legal information. Will also be responsible for assisting the public at the counter, stamping filed documents, and entering a high volume of case data with accuracy into a computer system. Three years progressively responsible clerical experience required. Experience in a legal organization or court helpful, as well as familiarity with legal terminology. Testing may be required. Excellent benefits (health, vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, retirement) and paid parking. Salary low 30's depending on experience. Please email your resume to hrresumes@lasc.org. Please reference job SC-AC2017 when responding to this ad. Resumes will be considered until the position is filled. EOE/M/F/V/D

 


 

MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM ANALYST

The Louisiana Supreme Court’s Information Technology Department, located in the French Quarter is looking for an experienced Microsoft Dynamics CRM analyst. The Dynamics CRM system is replacing a suite of legacy applications, and will become a platform to support new applications in a changing environment. You will plan, design, and implement and support applications using MS Dynamics CRM on-premises and in the government cloud.

In addition to having a strong technical background, successful candidates will possess: a strong work ethic; strict attention to detail; the ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment; excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work with people at all levels of the organization.


You will work with both business users and IT staff to understand business processes, and then implement those processes in the CRM system. The implementation will include extensions to the Dynamics CRM platform and integrations with other business applications.

In this position you will:

  • Suggest and design appropriate data organization and reporting solutions for evolving business needs
  • Design and enforce security models and roles
  • Integrate with our current environment - Office 365, Active Directory, .net applications, as required
  • Create custom plugins, workflows, entities, opportunities, campaigns, reports, dashboards etc. utilizing the CRM SDK
  • Perform testing and validations
  • Document development and assist in the preparation of user guides and training materials
  • Train and support end-users

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher learning institution in computer science, business or related area; or equivalent work experience
  • 3 years recent experience with Microsoft Dynamics CRM
  • In depth knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and proven record of Dynamics CRM Implementation life-cycle
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics CRM concepts (i.e. Configuration, Customization, Workflow, Integration etc.)
  • Experience with solutions
  • Hands on experience creating custom entities
  • Experience with the Microsoft .NET Framework
  • Experience creating workflows
  • Experience integrating Dynamics CRM with Office 365, Active Directory, and Outlook

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


 

LOUISIANA PROTECTIVE ORDER REGISTRY DATABASE MONITOR ANALYST/SUPERVISOR

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The Louisiana Protective Order Registry (LPOR) of the Louisiana Supreme Court seeks an individual to ensure the quality of data entered into the LPOR database and monitor the workflow through various data reports. Data accuracy is necessary for the purpose of compliance with protocols for data transmission to federal databases including National Crime Information Center and Federal Bureau of Investigation/National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Responsibilities include collecting and analyzing data; interpreting data and recommending solutions to correct errors when detected; maintain accuracy and completeness of order records from opening to final disposition. Generate and analyze reports. Evaluate data to interpret processing trends in orders submitted by Louisiana courts to the registry to ensure compliance with time reporting constraints. Develop and revise procedures for data entry. Research and propose solutions to various protective order case management issues. Supervise data input staff; perform quality control over their work. Candidates must possess a combination of: exceptional interpersonal skills, organizational abilities in areas such as project and time management, and analytical aptitude including statistical tool experience. Candidates should have experience working with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Power Point, Access, Word); knowledge of SQL a plus. Must have supervisory experience, exceptional leadership and communication skills. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, math, statistics, criminal justice, law or other area of study related to the position. Excellent benefits including paid parking.

Please email resumes to hrresumes@lasc.org. Please reference job SCLPORDATA-2017 when responding to this ad. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. EOE/M/F/D/V


 

DATA ARCHITECT
1-Year Appointment – grant funded

The Supreme Court of Louisiana’s IT Departments’ CMIS Division (located in the French Quarter) has an immediate opening for a seasoned professional to serve as a project Data Architect in a 1-Year grant-funded position to improve NICS records and reporting.

This position will serve as the data architect for the CMIS NICS 2016 grant and will be responsible for recommending and implementing the design of a data architecture strategy optimized for analysis and reporting, with particular attention paid to normalizing and integrating heterogeneous but linked transactional data. Additional responsibilities include development of a strategy for supporting the data architecture requirements of a business intelligence analysis environment to support performance measurement and reporting. The strategy should encompass data movement, integration, data security, data quality management, data capacity management, data lifecycle management, meta-data management, master data management, reporting, business intelligence, performance measurement, enterprise content and knowledge management.

Work would involve designing a framework for both internal and external interfaces among records and system components; including how the interface requirements are defined by use cases for internal and external users. Additionally, work would include establishing common guidelines for data operations making it possible to predict, model, control, measure and assure quality in the flow of data from and to multiple systems. This work is especially important when upstream system components are developed by different providers with heterogeneous implementations of data requirements, and when complex specifications exist for acceptance of downstream partner entities that consume data.

In researching new technology alternatives, the Data Architect would;

  • conduct analysis (risk, cost-benefit, needs, and business impact) for all options,
  • determine best solutions,
  • identify best practices,
  • gain leadership approval to implement solutions,
  • design architecture and integration frameworks,
  • create test environments for solutions to gain understanding of applicability in current IT environment,
  • work with team members to create project plans including team work assignments,
  • provide cross-training to the project team members as required,
  • continue to support solution until such time as other members of the technical/programming teams are ready to assume maintenance and support functions on a full-time basis.

Successful candidates will have significant experience with data warehousing and a keen understanding of associated best practices; will have designed ETL workflow including working with raw data; and have a passion for data quality and lineage. Incumbents will be able to work independently as well as within groups and possess strong written and verbal communication skills. Also helpful is a willingness to adapt diverse problem-solving approaches in the technical realm to particular business requirements, which may include advocating for business requirement changes and change management.

Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field, or combination of experience and education
  • Seven years of related experience in applications development and systems management
  • Proven experience of successful implementation and management of data architecture deployments
  • Logical and physical database design, complex data modeling, dimensional data design, data analysis, query optimization and tuning
  • Expert knowledge of SQL Server
  • Experience with data architecture tools (Embarcadero E/R Studio Data Architect)
  • Proven understanding and experience with ETL tools and data profiling tools (Talend Data Integration Platform)
  • Experience with data integration methodologies
  • Highly desirable is an understanding and business knowledge of court processes and/or criminal justice

Good pay and benefits, including medical, dental, and life insurance, paid holidays and accrued annual/sick leave and paid parking in the French Quarter. Salary DOE. Candidates must pass background check and skills testing. Please send resume, including salary requirements to hrresumes@lasc.org. Reference Job #IT-NICSG when applying. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. EOE/M/F/V/D

 

 

 

 

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