District Court System Analyst

District Court System Analyst
1. Background
In support of the Maryland judicial system, the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) oversees and implements court policies established by the Chief Judge, the Court of Appeals, and the General Assembly. A division within the AOC is the Judicial Information Systems (JIS) Division. Located in Annapolis, MD, JIS is comprised of six units including application development and support, hardware installation and maintenance, operation of the Data Center computer systems, and support of online case management and business applications at the District and Circuit Courts across the state
JIS is moving forward with several infrastructure modernization projects, to establish an n-tier architecture for systems development and support. This will require up-to-date skill sets in order to be framed, designed, developed, deployed, and maintained. The majority of the current staff has been involved with the development and support of the legacy systems, and as systems are migrated to the n-tier environment, a balance of staff skills is needed to maintain the legacy systems and facilitate the new. Along with a comprehensive training program, an influx of skilled consultants is required to help transition systems and staff.
2. Objectives
JIS' use of Contractor Resources (CR's) for programming and analysis services will provide required maintenance support of existing legacy systems and will facilitate knowledge transfer to staff lacking requisite skill sets to move new development efforts forward. As the JIS staff begins retraining for the Application Migration Plan, it is imperative to have experienced programmer/analysts available to maintain current systems and to respond quickly to law changes and production problems. The transition is complete when legacy systems are retired.
3. Expertise Requirements
The candidate shall meet the following requirements:
Five years of experience with FILE-AID (expertise in the use of File-Aid is essential), Expeditor, Mainframe, IMS, CICS, COBOL, z/OS, OS/390, TCP/IP, FTP, SQL, TSO, AS400, VSAM, COBOL400, DB2, ORACLE 10g (and above), LU6.2 and Sockets in providing programming support.
Strong analytical skills
Good teamwork skills
Two years of experience in court case management preferred. Court case management includes: Case initiation (filings, motions, orders, warrants, documents) and support of activities based on these filings; automatic court appearance notification process; commissioner/clerk/courtroom processes (scheduling and concluding hearings/trials, disposing of charges/issues warrants, setting bail and posting bonds, automatic recording results of the court); case disposition and post judgment processes; generation of court case management statistics and working reports; court accounting processes.
4. Contractor Resource (CR) Responsibilities
The CR shall provide technical support for existing legacy applications and the migration to new n-tier environment.
The CR will also provide ongoing Application and Technical support to assist in analysis, programming, assurance testing, implementation and support of the District Court Criminal System, the CJISMJIS Circuit Court Reporting System, Migration of Circuit Court Criminal data (CJIS) to Oracle 10G, and other assignments as needed.
4.1. The District Court Criminal System
Tasks include:
Providing System Analysis Lead support in analyzing mandated law changes and the effect new legislation may have on existing District Court applications.
Providing System Analysis Lead support in analyzing District Court requests for modification to existing legacy applications, and production issues.
Developing requirements and Level of Effort for all programming requests.
Developing detailed specifications, test plans, quality assurance plans, unit testing, system testing, and user acceptance testing for all DC Criminal program modifications.
Ensuring programming code is developed according to technical specifications and meets programming department standards.
Providing technical assistance to programmers during all stages of the SDLC.
Providing ad hoc reports as required for outside data requests on criminal information.
4.2. The CJISMJIS Circuit Court Reporting System
Tasks include:
The transition of the Expedition and Timeliness Project to JIS resources.
Assisting in production problem solving and support.
Analyzing and coordinate CJIS/MJIS system changes.
Modifying the Criminal Repository reporting process in support of the CJIS Interface Re-engineering project (significant effort).
Removal of specified events reported to CJIS/MJIS (pending Legislative decision)
Developing new reporting requirements with Enterprise Bus integration
4.3. Migration of Circuit Court Criminal data (CJIS) to Oracle 10G.
Analyze and document the data and processes to provide fut11ure project manager with information vital to the placement, editing, and extraction of CJIS data to the new data warehouse environment.
Automate the reporting of Prince George's County's ACS System (significant effort).
Modify the Criminal Repository reporting process in support of the CJIS interface Re-engineering project (significant effort). .
5. Reporting
CR shall report activity on a weekly basis to communicate progress made on the projects on which he/she is working to the District Court Application Manager and/or the appropriate System Analyst.
6. Place of Performance
All work shall be performed at the Maryland Judiciary's JIS Department located at 2661 Riva Road, Suite 900, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, unless otherwise authorized.
7. Hours of Work
Hours of work are the normal operational hours of 8:00am to 4:30pm (EST), with the flexibility to extend the coverage hours to meet deadlines. The CR shall be required to work approximately 170 hours per month. The JIS Project Manager or Department/Senior Manager must approve work prior to or after normal operation hours.

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