This position works under the direction of the Technology Director and the Integrated Criminal Justice (ICJ) Steering Committee and is administratively attached to the Administrative Office of the Courts.  This position involves supporting the ICJ Steering Committee’s initiatives.  This includes carrying out the ICJ Steering Committee’s Strategic Plan, participating in Steering Committee and Subcommittee Meetings, providing program administration, planning, and development.  This position will serve as the project manager for all ICJ projects approved by ICJ Steering Committee.  This position will plan and conduct all ICJ Steering Committee and Subcommittee meetings. 


  1. Manage the ICJ Steering Committee programs and initiatives.
  2. Manage the ICJ Portal including creating new accounts, training new administrators, troubleshooting issues, managing monthly invoicing, ensuring Title VI compliance, testing enhancements and bug fixes.
  3. Assist in the identification, development, and implementation of new features for the ICJ Portal.
  4. Work with ICJ Steering Committee Chair to plan and prepare materials for quarterly Committee meetings. 
  5. Staff ICJ Steering Committee meetings providing updates on projects and recommendations for new initiatives, as needed.
  6. Manage the Automated Case Judgment Portal providing testing and training assistance, as needed.  Assist in planning statewide annual audits and rollout efforts.
  7. Serve as a resource on various justice related committees such as the Traffic Records Coordinating Council, as needed.
  8. Manage the ICJ budget and monitor expenditures.
  9. Monitor grant opportunities and apply for those that are appropriate for ICJ project initiatives. Ensure project startup costs include cost analysis prior to approval.
  10. Manage grants and comply with reporting requirements, as needed.


Education and/or Experience:  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree and three years of professional level experience in information technology including at least one of the three years must include project management.


Substitution of Experience for the Education: Professional level experience in information technology may substitute for the required education a year-for-year basis to a maximum substitution of four years.


Substitution of Graduate Coursework for the Required Experience: Any additional graduate coursework in information technology may substitute for the required experience on a year for year basis to a maximum substitution of two years.

Other Requirements

  • Must possess a valid Tennessee driver’s license
  • Must be able to travel (to include overnight travel) as the position requires
  • Ability to lift and transfer up to 30 pounds.

This position requires a criminal background check. Therefore, you will be required to provide information about your criminal history in order to be considered for this position.

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Location: Nashville
Department: Administrative Office of the Courts
Position Available: July 1, 2022
Position Closing: This position will remain open until filled

To Apply

Submit an Application for Employment in PDF, a resume, and three professional references by email to human.resources@tncourts.gov.  The Court System accepts only electronic applicant information saved in PDF format.

Thank you for taking time to submit your information for consideration. Please note that applicants will only receive communication regarding submissions if selected for an interview.

For more information: please email: human.resources@tncourts.gov