The Judicial Council is transforming the way attorneys, justice partners, and the public conducts business with the California courts, the largest court system in the nation serving 39 million residents.  The Information Technology office is responsible for introducing new technologies and electronic services to achieve the goal of a digital court.  The office is directly responsible for the development, acquisition, implementation and support of automated systems in the appellate courts, trial courts and the Judicial Council. 

Multi-disciplinary team of 7 UX analysts and coders.

• During the design and concept phases of complex web design projects, gather and define project requirements; provide usability and interaction design recommendations; 
• Design and deliver mock-ups, wireframes, and interaction designs that lead to intuitive user experience; 
• Develop personas, customer journeys, storyboards and screen flows; 
• Analyze web requests and uses the enterprise Web Content Management System (OpenText/RedDot) to create page layouts or build new web sections; 
• Provide web metrics to report on site visitor trends and site usage, using Google Analytics; 
• Conduct business needs analysis and user testing to validate concepts and solutions; 
• Provide subject-matter expertise on information design, online accessibility, and usability best practices; 
• Provide html coding, prototyping, and visual design services, as needed. 

Skills and responsibilities

• Knowledge of Web authoring tools and coding languages such as html, CSS, and JavaScript; 
• Knowledge of enterprise-level Web Content Management Systems; 
• Knowledge of project management methodologies, including Agile and SDLC; 
• Working knowledge of Web Analytics, including dashboards and reports; 
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills; 
• Excellent collaboration and team-building skills; 
• Demonstrated experience working in multi-disciplinary teams


  • Location:
    San Francisco
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Minimum qualifications

Bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of experience providing technical and business process support and analysis for systems/applications. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. 
Three years as a Business Systems Coordinator with the Judicial Council of California or three years of experience performing the duties of a class comparable in the level of responsibility to that of a Business Systems Coordinator in a California state government entity.