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Berrien County Administration CJIS-LEIN Entry amp; Live-Scan Technician-Trial Court in St Joseph, Michigan

uNote:/u This is a temporary, part-time position working a maximum of 1,000 hours per calendar year. There are no benefits.uRequired/u: High school diploma or GED. Typing speed of 40 WPM net. Must maintain Michigan CJIS/LEIN Operator Certifications throughout employment; possess the dexterity and mobility necessary to properly scan fingerprint images from subjects referred by the court.uNote/u: Please contact Personnel to schedule a typing test if you have not taken one before with our office. Your application will not be forwarded until you have taken and successfully passed the typing test at the net speed required for the position.uDesired/u: Experience as a Certified CJIS/LEIN Operator, CJIS/LEIN and/or a Terminal Agency Coordinator with a comprehensive knowledge of CJIS rules and procedures. General knowledge of Criminal Justice procedures and terminology. General knowledge and experience with a variety of computer applications.uDuties/uu:/u Receives qualified court orders and performs analysis to assure accuracy of data. Enters the court order into LEIN/NCIC as prescribed by CJIS requirements. Maintains accurate file of court orders and corresponding data entries. Performs routine audits to assure validity of entries and revises or corrects erroneous data. Cancels properly executed or expired court orders from LEIN/NCIC and returns files as directed by the court and CJIS rules. Enters Criminal Case History (CCH) into the Live-Scan biometric devices and captures corresponding ten-print images from subjects referred by the court. Submits electronic Live-Scan CCH files to CJIS and receives/records Case Transaction Number (CTN) return for the court. Works with Trial Court Security Supervisor, MSP-CJIS and/or the county Information Systems department. Performs routine maintenance, troubleshoots computer or network service issues and facilitates solutions. Assists with training of court officials to establish or maintain LEIN certifications and operation of Live-Scan. Develops and compiles information from data sources to create reports, illustrations or manuals under the direction of the Trial Court Administrator. Works with the Trial Court Security Supervisor to review and resolve any related issues. Completes any other related special projects and assignments as requested by the Trial Court Security Supervisor, including automation development of current processes. The duties stated are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a person so classified and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities.