"The Director of Information Technology (IT) leads a team of technology professionals responsible for the planning, acquisition, application, operation, integration, security, documentation, and maintenance of all court systems; support and coordination of national programs; and support and training for judges and staff who use those systems."
Provides high-level customer service, along with reliable, well-performing systems that meet the technology needs of judges, staff, and the public.
Oversees the daily operation of the technology department, assigning tasks, establishing priorities, and setting deadlines.
Communicates highly technical topics in layman terms to management, judicial officers, and court staff.
Mitigates security risks identified in internal and external security assessments and vulnerability scans.
Ensures compliance with national and local policies including the Guide to Judiciary Policy and the District Court's Internal Controls Manual, which govern auditable processes.
Plans and manages the technology budget and purchases in coordination with management, finance, procurement, and property management staff.
Ensures regular patching and upgrading of court systems to address security vulnerabilities and to provide improved services.
Oversees implementation of locally developed and nationally provided systems and programs and provides continuing support.
Formulates, tests, and updates plans for continuity of operations and disaster recovery.
Maintains procedural documentation and logs to guide and document work done on court systems in compliance with local and national policies and regularly performs reviews and audits of the court's technology equipment and systems.
Develops and coaches technology staff to achieve high performance and developmental goals.
Identifies opportunities for staff development and conducts performance evaluations on a regular basis.
Maintains a high degree of technical proficiency in the administration of Windows and Linux systems and related application software.
Ensures that court data is backed up regularly and securely.
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