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PROGRESS conversion analysis

  • PROGRESS conversion analysis and programming for Court Case Management Modernization and Statewide Public Access to Court data:

     Senior analyst and support for conversion of UCS CMS to MDEC Odyssey CMS. Works in conjunction with Conversion Manager, vendor programming resources, Project Managers, as well as users. Responsible for legacy conversion programming, verification and quality assurance. Assists Conversion Manager in identification and understanding of the source data (100+ tables) and selection of the destination areas, screens and tabs in Odyssey where data will reside.

     Analyze, identify and map codes from Legacy to Odyssey. Requiring an understanding of the Legacy business processes and the correlation to Odyssey. Legacy codes reside in multiple databases and multiple systems, descriptions can be similar but not always an exact match in the target, understanding the implication and correct mapping is essential for successful conversion and strong working relationship with Vendor Conversion Team.

     Analyze and support UCS schema upgrades to replication processes, new data requirements and UCS functional performance;

     Assist and support Data Modeling design for upgrades to Statewide Web Inquiry Database;

     Lead Support analyst for Interoperability processes used by the Courts

     Provide programming services as needed

    MDEC Odyssey Support Specialist:

     Security Specialist assists MDEC Security Specialist for new and existing Odyssey User Setups. Triage Odyssey Security issues, problems and concerns

     SME responsible for monitoring the incoming Support Incidents assigned to other analysts, assisting other support analysis with recommendations on handling incoming incidents

     Odyssey Configuration: Understands the principles behind court business processes and the configuration. Able to analyze problems and questions that arise for users and in general to help improve and discover oversights or gaps

     All aspects of MDEC Odyssey Support


    MDEC Conversion Specialist:

     Works as conversion specialist with all aspects of MDEC conversion of UCS data to new Case Management System;

     Assisting MDEC Conversion Manager, Tyler Conversion Team and User Data Reviewers

    Contributes to MDEC Design Sessions

    Report, log, analyze and support conversion issues identified during the Pre-Implementation Data Review process, respond to analysis requests from Vendor Conversion Team, suggest solutions, provide business rule logic, test and approve implemented solutions for conversions.

    Implementation of New Docket Call Application for Circuit Court:

    Analyze, Design and Development for new “DALY” Docket Call functionality throughout the Circuit Court

     Provide analysis for the support of “INFAX” functionality throughout the Circuit Courts;

     Provide unit and integrated testing

     Ongoing support as needed

    Ongoing Analysis for PROGRESS programming support of Civil, Criminal, Juvenile and other UCS modules statewide:

     Analysis for the implementation of system modifications due to Legislation and changes in MD Rules;

     Analysis for new requirements and detailed specifications for UCS modules maintenance subject to approval;

     Lead analyst and programming support for Jury Trial Prayer module (xfer cases from District Courts)

     Provide PL/SQL and Java analysis and programming support in extracting and transmitting Warrant data to DPSC METERS system;

     Provide analysis and assistance for new and existing requirements for Domestic Violence Application including replication to DVCR, DV Reporting and ongoing

    support including legislative requirements.

     UCS Help Desk as needed

    Expertise/ Skills Requirements

     Five years’ experience programming in PROGRESS 4GL, XWIN environment.

     Three years technical experience PROGRESS versions 6 thru 8 Database Administration

     3-4 years’ experience working with UNIX (AIX).


     Strong analytical and programming skills of Case Management Systems

     Experience with UNIX/AIX based, large scale applications

     Microsoft Access Database

     ORACLE database and tools

     SQL and PL/SQL


     Java Script


     Good teamwork skills

    Expertise/ Skills Preferred

    Court Case Management application experience


    Bachelor’s Degree in an IT related field from an accredited college or university, or 5+ years’ experience programming in PROGRESS 4GL XWIN environment and 3+ years in PROGRESS version 6 through 7.3x database administration may substitute for the Bachelor’s degree.

  • Is the position open to telecommuting, or is there a location specific requirement for this?

  • This position is Full time onsite at Maryland.