Judicial Branch Job Openings
Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer
These are all the jobs available with the Judicial Branch at this time.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
As of June 16, 2014, all job
applications must be submitted via HR Online. Paper
applications will not be accepted. The only
exceptions to this are: Court Interpreter, Temporary
Assistant Clerk I, Temporary Court Recording Monitor
and Temporary Paralegal.
HR Online link to access the
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- Once you are enrolled in HR Online, then you can apply for jobs in HR Online.
- Use your HR Online account information to apply for as many postings as you
like. Access and modify your HR Online information at any time.
Email any questions to HR.Recruitment@jud.ct.gov. | Judicial Employees Only
Specialist I -
Judicial Branch is seeking a qualified individual for the Materials
Management Unit in the Property Accounting Office. The position will
oversee calls for maintenance including field follow-up of equipment status
for inventory purposes and performing random testing of new equipment
shipments, requesting service, or identifying equipment specification
discrepancies as necessary.
incumbent will support databases, spreadsheets, and enhancements to legacy
systems including front end development; provide training for user software,
including aiding users in designing applications for particular software
packages and providing the customized programming to develop such
applications; provide on-going support for hardware and software, including
application enhancement; evaluate, recommend, and install new versions of
software; evaluate new hardware and software applications in light of user
needs and Judicial Branch standards and guidelines; may supervise lower
level employees; performs related duties as required.
Travel is required.
Qualifications: Two years of experience in microcomputer hardware
and software programming, problem diagnosis applications usage, user
training, and development of user manuals and other forms of user
instruction. One year of experience must include assessing user needs and
the identification of hardware and software applications enhancements to
meet those needs.
must be received by September 22, 2014. Applications should be
submitted through the on-line application site at:
https://www.jud.ct.gov/hronline/. Paper applications
will not be accepted.
Please reference posting number #14-3000-015