Sr. Mainframe Developer

Mandatory Qualifications: 
  • Five (5) years experience with FILE-AID, Expeditor, Mainframe, IMS, CICS, COBOL, z/OS, OS/390, TCP/IP, FTP, SQL, TSO, VSAM, DB2, ORACLE 10g (and above), LU6.2 and Sockets in providing programming support.
  • Court Case Management Applications knowledge and programming including:
  • Basic knowledge of 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
Ability to:
  • Communicate effectively
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers, end-users and vendors, as well as all levels of management and judicial personnel as deemed necessary
  • Work with a team
  • Strong analytical skills
Tasks & Responsibilities:   

Providing ongoing application and technical programming support for the District Court Civil, Criminal, and Traffic Case Management System, the 8th Circuit Court Criminal Case Management Systems residing on IBM370, and other mainframe-related databases, including CAIS Indexing.

General support:
  • Provide on-call, off-hours support for analysts as needed.
  • Assist in the debugging of programming issues and problems as they arise.
General analysis:
  • Provide data cleansing analysis and programming for ongoing conversions, working with Project System’s Analysts, providing insight on data anomalies and abnormalities.
  • Supporting the following projects:
  • District Court Civil, Criminal, and Traffic System:
  • Provide technical and programming support for mandated law changes per the effect new Legislation has on District Court Case Management, utilizing best practice techniques per the requirements of management.
  • Provide technical and programming support for District Court production issues and requests for modification at the direction of District Court Headquarters and Mainframe Analysts.
  • Produce Level of Effort (estimation of programming hours) for the development of programming requirements and requests during Legislative Session and for other necessary modifications.
  • Create programs for ad hoc reporting as required for outside data requests and statistical reporting as well as during Legislative Session. Legislation Session runs from January through April, all work related to Legislation is under strict time constraints.
  • 8th Circuit Court Criminal Case Management System:
  • Provide programming support for mandated law changes per the effect new Legislation has on the Circuit Court Applications.
  • Work in conjunction with analysts providing technical expertise and programming support for Circuit Court production issues and requests for modification at the direction of AOC and the mainframe analysts.
  • Aide in the development, requirements, and Level of Effort for programming requirements and requests during Legislative Session and for other necessary modifications.
  • Ensure all code is developed according to technical specifications and meets programming department standards.
  • Provide technical assistance and aid to analysts and other programmers during all stages of the SDLC.
  • Create programs for ad hoc reporting as required for outside data requests and statistical reporting for the media, the public, and for Legislation.
  • Provide data cleansing programming for data conversions.
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in information technology.

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