The Administrative Office of the Courts is seeking a highly qualified person for the position of Programmer Analyst. This position is responsible for implementing methods, techniques, and standards for professional applications computer programming lead work of considerable difficulty and computer systems design work of average difficulty; and performs related work as required.
This employee designs, modifies, codes, and/or implements complex business applications programs; identifies and designs data elements, data structures, database indexes, and security levels for multiple projects; reviews code specifications, develops code and makes recommendations for design changes; troubleshoots applications to identify program errors; and transfers executable files and associated table structures from one operating environment to another in order to implement code modifications either independently or as a leader of a project team.
Employee must be able to provide backup database support for Oracle and SQL server databases under the supervision of the Database Administrator.
Candidate must be capable of writing and interpreting code in VB and C# using a .NET framework with Windows Form Application, Web Services, Console, and Deployment applications; advanced SQL programming skills; ability to use system tools such as SysInternalsSuite to monitor and debug pc/server process problems; perform support tasks to include session monitoring, sql script capture, backups/restores, and the ability to create scripts to perform regular maintenance. Candidate must have a working knowledge of network, firewall, hardware, operating system and software layers necessary for understanding development considerations and especially for detailed problem solving.
Strong oral and written communication skills are required.
Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree and three years of professional experience in one or a combination of the following: (1) software development; (2) database design; (3) systems analysis or design; or (4) information systems instruction. Any additional database knowledge such as Toad for Oracle and Toad for SQL Server is a plus.
For more information call: Human Resources at (615) 741-2687.