ERP BUSINESS ANALYST
The Louisiana Supreme Court Information Technology Department is seeking an experienced individual with strong technical background and experience to fill the role of System/ERP Analyst/Administrator. Duties include working directly with internal end-users and management to analyze systems and processes, troubleshoot and propose solutions, configure and install software, create documentation, train employees, test system processes, and create system reports. In addition, responsibilities include managing and operating the ERP systems through implementation and best practices to include installing, upgrading, configuring, patching, and maintaining the court’s chosen ERP technologies. Provide technical support for the Court’s combined Finance, Budget, and Human Resources ERP Systems. Also responsible for planning and coordinating the change management of processes required for the support of ERP systems necessary for business operations.
Successful candidates will be able to handle requests and manage problems in a team environment to ensure complete customer satisfaction. A strong work ethic with a “can do” attitude, flexibility and complete knowledge of multiple systems will be required for the successful candidate to excel in this role.
Interested candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration or related field, along with minimum three years of progressive responsibilities with the following: Windows 2012/2016 Server Administration experience, Microsoft Windows Hyper-V, Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014, SQL Querying and Programing, Experience with an ERP system such as PeopleSoft, Great Plains, Sage or JD Edwards, especially Finance and HR/Payroll. Strong knowledge of Financial Services and Human Resources business processes is required. Unit 4 Business World (formerly Agresso) experience is a huge plus for this position! Must have excellent written and oral communications skills. Salary DOE. Excellent benefits, including paid parking in the French Quarter. Candidate must pass background check. To apply, must send resume and salary requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org and reference JOB ERP2020 in the subject line. EOE/M/F/V/D
DATA ANALYST – SUPREME COURT JUDICIARY PROGRAMS
The Louisiana Supreme Court Information Technology Department has an immediate opening for a Data Analyst to work out of our Poydras Street office location with some travel required within the state to various locations. The Data Analyst is assigned to several divisional programs including Families in Need of Services, the Court Appointed Special Advocate Assistance Program, and Juvenile Programs. This position also lends assistance to other Judiciary divisions as needed. Duties include handling analysis and design of business requirements and implementing process and system improvements for division databases. Position also analyzes process and system problems and determines corrective actions in addition to providing first and second-level end-user support for business systems; works closely with people at all levels in the organization and plays a key role in driving continuous improvement and advancing program performance.
Ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, business or related area preferably with 4+ years of progressive experience in a court, government agency or associated organization. Experience with court processes – case initiation, calendaring, docketing, notice generation, disposition, etc. and functional domain expertise in judicial programs for children and families is highly preferred.
To apply, qualified candidates must email resumes and salary expectations to email@example.com by close of business February 19, 2020. Please reference job JVANALSYT2020 in the subject line when responding to this job posting. EOE/M/F/V/D
COURT SECURITY OFFICERS
The Louisiana Supreme Court, located in the French Quarter, seeks candidates with a minimum of three years law enforcement experience for Court Security Officers with the ability to work flexible shifts including overnight, weekends and holidays. Position requires Current Peace Officers Standards Training--P.O.S.T. certificate from an accredited Louisiana police academy along with strong investigative and report writing skills. Candidate must be able to perform law enforcement related duties to include--inspection and security of our facility, grounds, and parking areas as needed, security screening equipment and responsibilities, security card access and video surveillance systems. Also perform personal protective details on occasion.
Candidate must be proficient in use of Microsoft Office, especially Word documents and Outlook email. Candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Professional demeanor is a must. Must be able to pass background check and skills testing and possess a valid Louisiana driver’s license. May require travel on occasion. Salary $36,125. Excellent benefits including paid parking in the French quarter. To apply, must send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and reference JOB CSO2020 in the subject line when applying. Resumes will be accepted until filled. EOE/M/F/V/D
Legal Administrative Specialist - Office of Special Counsel
The Office of Special Counsel for the Judiciary Commission located in the New Orleans Central Business District is seeking a legal administrative specialist. Ideal candidate must possess excellent document management, writing, and proofing skills. Duties include issuing subpoenas; preparation of pleadings, motions, correspondence and memoranda; scheduling sworn statements/depositions, as well as possibly attending meetings, hearings and coordinating preparation of trial exhibits and bench books. Must have excellent computer, organizational, and interpersonal skills, and be able to maintain confidentiality and handle confidential documents. The position requires five years of progressively responsible experience as a legal secretary in a court or law office, or a paralegal certification with three years of experience in a court or law office. Excellent benefits and paid parking. Please email your resume to email@example.com. Please reference job OSCLAS2020 when responding to this ad. Interested candidates must respond by close of business February 21, 2020, to be considered.
Student Worker for Judicial Administratorís Office
The Louisiana Supreme Court, Office of Judicial Administrator is seeking a student worker to perform office duties supporting the Price of Justice Grant Manager. The position is funded by a U.S. Department of Justice Price of Justice grant awarded to help states assess and collect legal financial obligations with transparency and fairness. The current term of this student intern position is until May 15, 2020, but may run through June 30, depending on student availability and workload.
Successful candidates must be a full-time student at an Accredited College or University (i.e., 12 credit hours for undergrads and 9 credit hours for graduate students) and be able to work 15 - 30 hours per week. Hours of operation are 9am – 5pm weekdays. Work assignments will include assistance with various administrative tasks associated with legal work, filing, and other special assignments as needed.
Required skills for this position include but are not limited to: Microsoft Office Programs, Outlook, excellent customer service skills, friendly professional demeanor, ability to work independently, strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Knowledge and/or experience with databases, also helpful. Candidate must be able to pass criminal background check, as well as skills testing.
$10.00/Hour, plus either paid parking in the French Quarter, or a bus pass.
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and reference JOB JA-SW2020. EOE/M/F/V/D
LOUISIANA FIFTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEAL
NOTICE OF JOB OPENING – CENTRAL STAFF ATTORNEY
The Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal has an immediate opening for a licensed attorney authorized to practice law in Louisiana. Prior experience as a practicing attorney or law clerk/research attorney is preferred but not required. This position in Central Staff includes conducting research and writing to aid the Court in the exercise of its criminal appellate and supervisory jurisdiction. If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your resume, law school transcript, recent writing sample, and references to email@example.com, or mail to:
Melissa C. Ledet
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal
101 Derbigny Street
Gretna, LA 70053
Please include a current email address and telephone number with your application. Applications will be accepted only until January 15, 2020. Salary will be based on experience. The Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal is an equal opportunity employer.