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Court Systems Analyst II (Applications Developer)

at San Diego Superior Court

Pay: $77334.40 to $97947.20/year
Salary : $37.18 - $47.09 Hourly $2,974.40 - $3,767.20 Biweekly $6,444.53 - $8,162.27 Monthly $77,334.40 - $97,947.20 Annually
Posted: 9/19/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 1212816
Keywords: software

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Overall Job Objective

Job Title:Court Systems Analyst II (Applications Developer)
Opening Date/Time: Mon. 05/16/16 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time:Continuous
Salary:$37.18 - $47.09 Hourly
$2,974.40 - $3,767.20 Biweekly
$6,444.53 - $8,162.27 Monthly
$77,334.40 - $97,947.20 Annually
Job Type:Permanent - Full-Time
Location:San Diego Superior Court, California
Department:Information Technology
Examination No. 16-005

San Diego Superior Court is seeking additional qualified candidates for the Court Systems Analyst II eligible list. Candidates who previously applied under Exam No. 16-005 and qualified to be on the eligible list do not need to re-apply in order to be considered.

This eligible list may be used to fill Court Systems Analyst vacancies as they occur in the Information Technology Department.

Please note that Court Systems Analyst Trainee, I and II are three separate recruitments with different qualification requirements. Those interested are advised to apply for the Court Systems Analyst recruitment which best corresponds to their level of education and experience.


Under direction of an Information Technology Supervisor, a Court Systems Analyst plans, designs, programs, develops, implements, and maintains software applications and systems within the San Diego Superior Court.

Typical duties may include but are not limited to: supporting, upgrading and maintaining existing applications; evaluating and recommending modifications to software configurations; reviewing, analyzing and modifying user requirements and procedures; preparing system and user support documentation for automated programs; coordinating and performing user acceptance and performance testing for modification of existing systems and new systems; installing and configuring systems and software, and testing for compatibility with the network; and analyzing and resolving system problems and failures.

The IDEAL CANDIDATE should have the following:
  • General: Principles, practices and techniques of system analysis and design as they relate to the software development lifecycle and business modeling;
  • Website, Web Service, and Application Development: Microsoft Visual Studio .NET (VB and C#), Java, JSF, JSP, J2EE, JavaScript, HTML, XML, CSS, COBOL, and C;
  • Application Server/Middleware: WebSphere, WebSphere MQ, Tomcat, GlassFish, WebLogic, IIS, FileNet;
  • Database Technologies: Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server, SQL, PL/SQL;
  • Desktop Software: Microsoft Office, Crystal Reports, TOAD, XMLSpy, Visual Studio, VMWare, SQL Server Management Studio;
  • Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 R2, UNIX;
  • Protocols: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SFTP, REST, SOAP.

  • Conduct system analysis involving automation and processes;
  • Analyze computer data processing problems, develop and implement solutions;
  • Prepare comprehensive system analytical and operational reports;
  • Work under strict time constraints;
  • Work within a team to evaluate, design, develop, test, implement, and/or support computer applications;
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with vendors, court staff, judicial officers, and law and justice agencies;
  • Organize and prioritize work assignments.


For Court Systems Analyst II, applicants must have graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology or a closely related field; AND have three (3) years of full-time, progressively responsible and varied technical experience in designing, programming, integrating, and supporting information systems involving data networks and information technology system applications.

A Master's degree from an accredited college or university in information technology, computer science or a closely related field may substitute for one (1) year of experience.

Additional years of full-time, progressively responsible and varied technical experience in designing, programming, integrating, and supporting information systems involving data networks and information technology system applications may substitute for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis.


Interested individuals must submit an online application. Please go to and click on the "Employment" link. At the Job Opportunities page, click on the position that you are interested in and then click on the "Apply" link.

New users of the NEOGOV/GovernmentJobs online application system will need to set up a user account. A step-by-step Online Employment Application Guide may be found by clicking on the "How to Apply" link in the Applicant Login page.


Online applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Please note that this recruitment may close at any time without notice. Paper application forms will not be accepted.


Qualified candidates will be placed on the Court Systems Analyst II eligible list based on an evaluation of information contained in the online application.

Placement on the eligible list does NOT guarantee that all candidates will be contacted by the department hiring manager for interviews, which are conducted only on an as needed basis.

The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an implied or expressed contract, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked at any time. The requirements stated represent only the minimum required to file an application. Meeting the listed requirements does not guarantee an applicant will qualify.