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Serving Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia Counties

Systems Engineer III - DeLand


Systems Engineer III - DeLand

Program / Department:

Court Technology - Court Administration




DeLand, Volusia County

Position Number:




Deadline to apply:

Open Until Filled

This Volusia County-funded State Courts System position is paid biweekly and includes the Volusia County benefits package.

Function:  The position will evaluate existing systems and work with Court Technology Officer to create, improve and implement new strategies. This position focuses strongly on servers, storage, cloud technologies, data backup, procedures, and data availability. Highly responsible technical work planning, implementing, analyzing, designing, and maintaining computer hardware, operating system software, data storage, and database management systems in a complex multi-system environment. Performs backup operations; ensuring successful and recoverable backups.  Manages inventory and physical storage and security of backup media. Performs operating system updates, patches, and configuration changes. Ensures that servers, storage, and databases are installed and configured correctly; are optimized for performance; and are secure. Leads research and development efforts to innovate and improve existing infrastructure.

  • Identifies project parameters and advises Court Technology Officer what resources will be needed.
  • Installs, configures, and optimizes servers and storage.
  • Administrates Microsoft Active Directory, including DNS, DHCP and group policy.
  • Administrates Microsoft O365.
  • Provides support for local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN)
  • Develops departmental procedures. Creates system diagrams, maintains technical documentation.
  • Manages the integration of new technologies.
  • Makes recommendations to Court Technology Officer based on technical analysis. Projects costs of projects.
  • Plans for infrastructure maintenance and development to ensure technology can be supported.
  • Monitors integrity of court IT systems.


How to Apply: For information on minimum requirements and instructions on how to apply, please visit Create and submit an online application specifically for this posting by the deadline.If you require an accommodation to participate in the application/interview process, please contact Anne Pierce at 386-626-6561 or with as much notice as possible. We will be happy to make every effort to accommodate reasonable requests. The 7th Judicial Circuit Court is an equal opportunity employer.

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Serving Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia Counties