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Applications Developer II/III (Oracle/PowerBuilder/.Net)

at Superior Court of California, County of Orange

Pay: $41.03 to $51/hour
$41.03 - $51
Posted: 9/28/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 2498232
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Job Description

Overall Job Objective

Position Information

The Superior Court of California, County of Orange
is now accepting applications for:

APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER II/III –
(Oracle/PowerBuilder/.NET)
 
ANNUAL SALARY
Applications Developer II:  $78,790.40 - $97,884.80
Applications Developer III:  $85,342.40 - $106,080.00
 
 Benefit Highlights
Choice of four medical plans
Vacation and sick leave packages
13 paid holidays per year
Defined benefit retirement plan
Tuition reimbursement
Optional deferred compensation program (457 plan)
 
*Note: Depending on qualifications, position may be filled at the Applications Developer II or Applications Developer III level.
 
***DEADLINE:  This recruitment will remain open until the needs of the Court have been met and may close at any time.  However, the deadline for first round consideration is  Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 11:59 PM PST.

 
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
The current vacancy is with our Vision team. The Vision team works in a fast-paced environment and is responsible for enhancing and supporting the criminal and traffic case management system. The technologies used include PowerBuilder, Oracle, Java, .Net.

This Applications Developer position will report to the Court Technology Unit Manager and must have strong application development experience. The successful candidate will be responsible for designing, developing and testing application modules using PowerBuilder 2017 and Oracle PL/SQL. In addition, the incumbent will play a key role in migrating the current PowerBuilder application to .Net framework.

Examples of Duties

Applications Developer II is the full journey level class in the Applications Developer class series.  Incumbents are responsible for assigned applications and perform design, development. Maintenance and support duties for moderately complex systems or modules of larger scale, more complex systems.  Incumbents may also be assigned responsibility for ongoing maintenance and user support for stable, large scale applications.

For more information and to view the full job description, click HERE.
 
Applications Developer III is the lead/advanced journey level class in the Applications Developer class series.  Incumbents typically serve as technical lead developers and perform advanced, complex applications development projects.  New applications development assignments frequently involve the use of advanced technologies and an understanding of cross-platform/operating system integration and connectivity issues.  

For more information and to view the full job description, click HERE.

Minimum Qualifications

APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER II:

-OPTION I-

Experience
Three years of progressively responsible experience in applications design and development, at least one year of which was at the level equivalent to the Court's class of Applications Developer I.
 
Education
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in management information systems, information technology, computer science or a closely related field. 
 
Substitution
Successful completion of 24 upper division semester (36 quarter) units in the fields above may be substituted for the Bachelor's degree. A Master's degree in one of the fields above may be substituted for one year of the required experience. 
 
-OPTION II-
Two years of experience with the Court as an Applications Developer I or equivalent class.

APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER III:

-OPTION I-

Experience
Four years of progressively responsible experience in applications design and development, at least one year of which was at the level equivalent to the Court's class of Applications Developer II.
 
Education
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in management information systems, information technology, computer science or a closely related field.  Successful completion of 24 upper division semester units in these fields may substitute for the degree.
 
Substitution
Successful completion of 24 upper division semester (36 quarter) units in the fields above may be substituted for the Bachelor's degree. A Master's degree in one of the fields above may be substituted for one year of the required experience.
 
-OPTION II-
Two years of experience with the Court as an Applications Developer II or equivalent class.

Additional Information

Application Process
All applicants are required to submit a completed online application and supplemental questionnaire. To learn more about how to create an application, click HERE .

For tips on completing/updating your application, refer to our "Helpful Application Tips" guide by clicking HERE .

Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the required application and supplemental questionnaire.

Human Resources will review applications to identify candidates who meet the minimum qualifications; therefore, it is to your benefit to include all current and previous related work experience. When listing Court experience, please include dates and classification of each position held, if more than one.

Selection Process
Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be referred to additional steps in the selection process, which includes a background check to evaluate compatibility with court employment and a reference check. For current Court employees, click HERE.

Step 1: Applications will be reviewed to identify candidates who meet the minimum qualifications and/or desirables; those candidates will be referred to step 2 in the selection process.

Step 2:  Candidates' supplemental question responses may be evaluated and ranked. Depending on the number of applications, assessments and/or screening interviews may be conducted.

Step 3: Those candidates who are successful in the review/assessment may be placed on the eligible list. Placement on the eligible list is not a guarantee of interview or employment

All candidates will be notified via email of their status at each step of the process. Additional steps for the selection process will include a local background and reference check. For current Court employees, click HERE.

Reasonable Accommodations
Orange County Superior Court provides reasonable accommodations upon request for applicants with disabilities. Please contact the Human Resources Department at HRStaffing@occourts.org if you feel you will need a reasonable accommodation for any aspect of the selection process.

Eligible List
This recruitment will be used to establish an eligible list for current and future needs. The eligible list will remain active until the list is exhausted or a new recruitment opens.

Status Notifications
You will be notified by email during the process of this recruitment through governmentjobs.com. Please check your email spam/junk folders and accept emails ending with governmentjobs.com and occourts.org. If your contact information changes, please update your profile at www.governmentjobs.com.

eVerify
The Superior Court of California, County of Orange participates in the eVerify program.

Questions?
For questions on this recruitment, please contact Seantea Stewart at SStewart@occourts.org. For general employment information, please click HERE.

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