One must function effectively in a team environment, research inquiries made by the court staff, and direct all hardware/software problems to appropriate Systems personnel. Must document all application problems (hardware/software), inquiries and requests. Document all programs as they are written. Create new reports, as required. Responsible for updating managers and other appropriate personnel of system modifications to the courts applications and for following up on the testing of software modifications. The incumbent reports to the Software Developer Manager.
Other InformationThe United States Bankruptcy Court is part of the Judicial Branch of the United States Government. Court employees are considered AT-WILL and can be terminated with or without cause by the court. While court employees are not covered by federal civil service classifications or regulations, they are, however, entitled to the same benefits as other federal employees. These benefits include: 13 days paid vacation for the first three (3) years of employment, 20 days after three (3) years, 26 days after 15 years; 13 days paid sick leave per year; 10 paid holidays per year; choice of medical, dental and vision coverage from a wide variety of plans; life insurance options; Federal Employees Retirement System; immediate participation in the Thrift Savings Plan (401K plan); optional participation in the Judiciary?s Long Term Care Insurance Program; optional participation in the Judiciary?s Flexible Spending Program; Commuter Benefit Program (dependent on fiscal year funding); Continuing Education Assistance Program (dependent on fiscal year funding).
|04/05/17||IT Security Specialist I / II||Judicial Branch, U.S. Courts||New Orleans, Louisiana|
|03/02/17||Programmer/Analyst||Judicial Branch, U.S. Courts||Rockford, Illinois|
|03/06/17||Financial Supervisor||Judicial Branch, U.S. Courts||Los Angeles, California|