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The Applications Developer is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, developing, testing, and implementing the Court’s automation projects and programs. The Applications Developer performs a variety of duties to include, but is not limited to: identifying SharePoint application implementation strategy and process improvement opportunities; consulting with key individuals to determine requirements and perform systems design; applying SharePoint technology to solve identified problems and build efficiencies; coordinating and performing execution of test plans, conversion plans, and training plans; providing technical expertise to identify, evaluate, and develop effective security procedures and systems requirements to meet needs; applying best practices of software engineering, including proper code standards, proper testing, and proper release procedures; developing and maintain documentation of SharePoint environment; performing routine support and troubleshooting of SharePoint environment; performing technical work related maintenance of the Case Management/Electronic Case File (CM/ECF) system; and installing, configuring, maintaining, and supporting national applications and other applications that enhance and/or exchange data with the system. The Applications Developer reports to the Systems Integration Manager.