The Judicial Council of California is the policy making body for the California Judiciary.
Criminal Justice Services (CJS) office oversees and coordinates Judicial Council efforts related to criminal justice in order to improve efficiencies and provide assistance to courts, justice system partners, and the public. CJS performs a broad range of legal, program, and research functions to facilitate the council’s obligations related to criminal justice policy, procedures, and court administration.
- Research, strategize, and evaluate potential technology solutions to assist judges and court administrators in processing infraction cases and also obtaining appropriate financial information relevant to an individual’s ability to pay.
- Research potential needs and vendor/consultant capabilities related to all aspects of software development for case processing and ability to pay determinations.
- Help to organize user testing and advise on design features.
- Advise ongoing on software enhancements and expansion beyond initial pilot phase.
Skills and responsibilities
Bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of professional, exempt-level analytical experience in program analysis, development, implementation, research and/or evaluation. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis
· Project management experience preferred
· General understanding of software development processes
- Experience defining and deploying innovative technology solutions.
- Experience with user-centered design methods.
- Experience working with high-level government agency officials.
- Experience with collecting, cleaning, and interpreting data.