AOPC - Senior Web Developer (17-02)


March 10, 2017


Information Technology


Professional / Technical




Full-Time Hire



Starting Salary

$67,807 - $79,963


This is an advanced information technology position responsible for providing high quality design, analysis, development, programming, testing, implementation and maintenance of the Unified Judicial System’s Web Portal and associated applications. This requires extensive knowledge of IIS, VB.NET, relational databases (SQL Server and Sybase ASE), object-relational mapping (NHibernate), messaging (MSMQ), Windows Communication Foundation, and aspect-oriented and object-oriented programming in the execution of a standardized development process. Duties are performed in a team-based working environment, under limited supervision.

Primary Duties

  • Conducts in-depth analysis of current business practices; proposes, develops and implements detailed system changes based on results of analysis.
  • Develops and performs complex web-focused coding using .NET technologies, JavaScript and T-SQL programming.
  • Analyzes and corrects existing code; performs testing to confirm application changes; researches and corrects user problems and known bugs.
  • Handles all change management requests and follows established change management and code propagation procedures.
  • Analyzes database objects to determine how the design relates to the code; reads and comprehends database model and code; suggests database changes as needed to meet coding and business needs.
  • Develops written documentation for complex code and coding methods.
  • Works with other development teams on system integration of web applications to existing case management systems.
  • Discusses alternatives and approaches with colleagues as part of a team.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with an IT-related major or minor; AND
  • Two years of related technical experience.
  • An equivalent combination of education, experience, and / or training may be considered.

Additional Requirements/Preferences

  • Satisfactory criminal background check required.

Unified Judicial System Hiring Policy

The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania recruits, employs, and promotes the most qualified applicants without regard to their political affiliation, race, color, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, or other non-merit facts or considerations. Reasonable accommodations will be provided to applicants with disabilities as may be necessary to ensure that all applicants are given a fair and equal opportunity to compete for all employment positions. Applicants who need accommodation for an interview should request so in advance. All hiring policies and procedures are intended to conform to all provisions of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, and all other state and federal statutes governing fair and non-discriminatory hiring practices.

Applicants requiring accommodation, for any part of the application and/or interview process, should contact Human Resources at (717) 231-3309.