Business Applications Technician II
Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
About the organization
The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office prosecutes misdemeanor and felony crimes throughout the county. Our office works diligently to seek justice for crime victims, enforce the rights of children entitled to child support, and serve as legal representative for Thurston County Government.
- Work independently as a technical expert on specific applications that support the goals and objectives of the office.
- Provide guidance and direction to staff and troubleshoot problems related to specific technology applications.
- Design/customize software to fit the needs of the office
- Facilitate the department's production of data to achieve broad department objectives; may include assessment of information needs, analysis of workflow, and evaluation of available software packages.
- Serve as primary liaison with outside consultants to seek solutions to problems and plan technology installations.
- Maximize the department's use of software through designing spreadsheet and word processing macros; developing databases.
- May perform other duties related to the specific business operation.
- Develops quality assurance and quality control procedures to assure integrity of the system and database.
- Develops training procedures for staff and users related to the hardware/software and database.
- May load specified software packages such as operating systems, word processing, or spreadsheet programs into department PCs; troubleshoots hardware problems prior to seeking outside support. Maintains inventory of software and hardware throughout the department.
- Respond to users' inquiries concerning systems operations; diagnoses software and operator problems; seeks and implements solutions; replaces software packages.
- AA degree in computer science or related field and two years of progressive responsibility with at least six months in a leadership capacity.
- Thorough knowledge of hardware including Mainframe and peripherals, personal computers, network servers, communication devices, printers, plotters, etc.
- Depending upon area of assignment, knowledge and experience related to specific department's needs and objectives. Must have a clear knowledge and considerable background of the department served.
- Thorough knowledge of software including network and desktop operating systems, office automation, programming languages, database products.
- Knowledge of pertinent local, state and federal laws.
- Ability to interpret policies and procedures and to analyze complex problems.
- Ability to prioritize work, meet deadlines, and manage a database.
- Current Washington State Driver's License or have requested and obtained an appropriate accommodation.
- Other desired skills outlined on application website
Contact email: [email protected]
Items required for consideration:
- Letter of Interest
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