Victim Rights (VRST) Information Technology Programmer Analyst - PAAM

Job Description:  The employee in this role will serve as the technical expert on a variety of analytical, technical, and support related technical assignments, problem diagnosis and document related solutions for county prosecutor offices on victim rights related matters. Employee will work on existing legacy case tracking systems in addition to work on replacement case tracking system  

Responsibilities:

  • Confirm project requirements by reviewing program objective, input data, and output requirements with county prosecutor offices

  • Work with prosecuting attorneys' offices and their victim advocates with victim rights related issues in existing case tracking program and replacement case tracking system, that is currently being built

  • Provide technical assistance in the design of letter and form templates related to victim rights

  • Develop and design selection criteria for batch processing within case tracking programs

  • Confirm program operation by conducting tests; modifying program sequence and/or codes

  • Design and participate in training related to case tracking services for victim advocates from county prosecuting attorneys’ offices

  • Work with technical services team in the design and development of case tracking programs for county prosecutors’ offices and related vendors, including but not limited to installation, configuration, maintenance and upgrade of criminal justice systems related to crime victims’ rights

  • Provide support to county offices related to victim services via coordination of conference training, phone calls, in-person meetings

  • Understand and maintain knowledge of the utilities, tools and platforms used to support Crime Victims in Michigan, including but not limited to MI-VINE

  • Prepares references for users by writing operating instructions

Must have the ability to problem solve and troubleshoot issues, excellent attention to detail and be a team player.

Some travel may be required.

Minimum Requirements: 

A bachelor’s or associate degree in IT related fields required. General programming skills and software development fundamentals needed. Training and experience with Java, JavaScript Frameworks, Delphi, SQL preferred. Software Algorithm Design & Performance Tuning, as well as Software Design & Documentation also preferred.

Financial Information: This is a full-time; grant funded position with full benefits, based at the PAAM office in Lansing, MI. Salary $55,016-66,081 depending on experience.

Application Process: Email cover letter and resume to Executive Director Cheri Bruinsma, bruinsmac@michigan.gov

Deadline: Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. June 20, 2019

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