Court Automation Analyst I

SUPERIOR COURT OF KINGS   Hanford, CA   Full-time     Legal
Posted on November 9, 2020

Court Automation Analyst I

Starting Salary: $66,955


The Superior Court of California, County of Kings, has a full-time opening for a Court Automation Analyst I.
This position is located in Hanford, California but may include travel outside of Kings County for training,
meetings and/or conferences.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES include, but are not necessarily limited to:

The information listed below is meant to serve as samples of job duties and responsibilities for positions in this
job series. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed.
Consequently, this information does not reflect Essential Functions for any given position in this classification

Procures, installs, maintains and supports computer automation equipment (i.e. personal computers, printers,
audio-visual equipment, etc.); participates in consultations with user departments to identify office automation
problems, determine needs, recommend and develop solutions; conducts feasibility studies to determine
applicability of automated office systems; participates in product evaluations and prepares recommendations
regarding hardware and software purchase and utilization; provides user departments with technical support in
microcomputer usage and standards, and audio/visual equipment, and prepares reports. Supports and
maintains the network which would include e-mail, Website software, all server hardware and software as it
pertains to jury, legal research and other software. Provides user divisions with technical support in
microcomputer usage and standards; installs, troubleshoots and performs minor repairs on office automation
equipment. Provides technical support to the Court’s phone system and audio/visual needs. (Essential duties
may vary from position to position within classifications). Reasonable accommodation will be made when
requested and determined by the Court to be appropriate under applicable law.) Performs all other related
duties as assigned by the Court Executive Officer.

Education and Experience:

Possession of High School diploma or G.E.D. Completion of two years (60 semester units) of accredited
college coursework with a major in data processing, computer science or a related field. Two years of full-time
paid work experience equivalent to that gained as a Court Automation Analyst or other related classification in
the analysis, design or implementation of automated systems. Additional relevant full-time experience may be
substituted for the accredited college coursework on a year-for-year basis as deemed acceptable by the Court
Executive Officer.

Any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience which demonstrates possession of and
competency in requisite knowledge and abilities as determined by the Court Executive Officer.


Must possess a valid California Class ‘C” driver’s license. Ability to qualify for a security clearance through
fingerprinting, traffic and criminal record background investigation, random drug testing and regular TB testing.
Ability to sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity; eye-hand coordination;
lift and move objects weighing up to twenty (20) pounds; verbal communication; use of office equipment,
including computer, telephone, calculator, copier and fax machine. Travel may be required outside of Kings
County to attend meetings, conferences, and trainings.


The Court offers a benefit package to its regular full-time (pro-rated if not hired at the beginning of the plan
year) which include 13 Court approved holidays; accrued sick/vacation (accrual based on hours worked,
minimum 2 weeks/year); a Flexible Benefit Plan to purchase a variety of health insurance plans and related
benefits such as Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Deferred Compensation,
Administrative Leave, Medical Reimbursement, Dependent Care Reimbursement, Life Insurance, Cancer
Policy, and Short-term/Long-term Disability. A Retirement Plan is provided [2% at age 62] through California
Public Employees Retirement System [P.E.R.S.]. A Classic P.E.R.S. Member Retirement Plan is offered [2%
at age 55] only if the employee does not have a six-month break in service as a previous CalPERS member or
retirement plan member that is reciprocal with P.E.R.S. An Employee Assistance Program is also provided.