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LAW CLERK/RESEARCH ATTORNEY - SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA

BUSINESS/DATA ANALYST

STUDENT WORKER - CLERK'S OFFICE - LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT

STUDENT WORKER - LOUISIANA PROTECTIVE ORDER REGISTRY - LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT

 

LAW CLERK/RESEARCH ATTORNEY
Supreme Court of Louisiana

The Central Staff Division of the Louisiana Supreme Court seeks to fill a full-time research and writing position to aid the Court in the exercise of its criminal appellate and supervisory jurisdiction. Must have strong academic credentials (top third of class), as well as demonstrated research and writing skills. Computer proficiency and good interpersonal skills also a must. Must be a licensed member of the Louisiana Bar with a minimum of 3 years of experience as a practicing attorney. Salary commensurate with experience. Please e-mail resume, law school transcript, and recent writing sample to hrresumes@lasc.org. Please reference job SCCS16 when responding to this ad. Interested candidates must respond by January 18, 2016. EOE/M/F/D/V.

 


 

BUSINESS/DATA ANALYST

Supreme Court of Louisiana (located in the French Quarter) seeks full-time self-starter to collect and analyze trial court data, criminal justice process/workflow, prepare analytical reports on findings, track progress of information systems projects, provide technical training to the courts and work with Federal and State Criminal Justice Agencies.

A successful candidate will be responsible for improving data quality and for presenting conclusions and designing solutions gained from analyzing data. The successful candidate must have a solid understanding of data analysis techniques and business intelligence platforms as well as criminal justice business processes from charge through disposition

The candidate will have a proven track record of competent assessment skills, utilizing information from both internal court sources and external sources. The candidate will have the ability to execute and drive through new policies and projects, and possess the ability to prioritize and manage demanding workloads. Demonstrated communication skills are essential, with the ability to influence at all levels. The candidate will possess effective communication and presentation skills, using a variety of styles to suit the situation. Demonstration of a proven track record of working to deadlines will be required, together with organizational skills and the ability and confidence to make business-critical decisions.
The ability to assemble and assimilate large quantities of data, discern key issues and draw appropriate conclusions is essential. This individual must be able to work independently, or as part of a team; work under pressure and with short deadlines; interact effectively with people who have different values, cultures, or backgrounds; use sound judgment, and elicit information in difficult and sensitive situations; prioritize multiple projects and tasks; and communicate clearly, concisely and effectively with technical and non-technical personnel. This position also requires considerable negotiation skills, employing tact, discretion and diplomacy.

Successful candidates will have working knowledge and ability to write and understand Microsoft SQL; including SQL statements, stored procedures & views. Experience with statistical analysis package a plus.

Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of 8+ years of progressive experience or a combination of education and direct experience performing this type of work. A Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, statistics, criminal justice, business administration or related field is preferred and an advanced degree such as a Masters is a plus. Extensive experience organizing and leading IT/business projects, verbal presentations experience and 2+ years utilizing SQL tools. Well versed on MS Office products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project. Salary DOE, excellent benefits including paid parking. Frequent in state travel is required. Candidates must pass background check.

Please send resume, including salary expectations to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB #CMIS-DA in all communications. EOE/M/F/V/D


 

STUDENT WORKER - CLERK'S OFFICE - LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT

The Clerk’s Office of the Louisiana Supreme Court has an immediate opening for a part-time student worker. Successful candidate must be a full-time student at an Accredited College or University (i.e., 12 credit hours for undergrads) and be able to work approximately 15 hours per week during the school year, with potential for higher hours during school breaks. Hours of operation are 9am – 5pm weekdays. Work assignments will include telephone coverage, scanning documents, data entry, assistance with various administrative tasks associated with legal work, organizing and completing large copy jobs, filing, and other special assignments as needed.

Required skills for this position include but are not limited to: Microsoft Office Programs, Outlook, excellent customer service and communication skills, ability to work independently, strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Knowledge and/or experience with databases, also helpful. Candidate must be able to pass criminal background check.

$9.00/Hour, plus either paid parking in the French Quarter, or a bus pass.

Send resume to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB CLK-SW. EOE/M/F/V/D


 

STUDENT WORKER - LOUISIANA PROTECTIVE ORDER REGISTRY - LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT

The Louisiana Protective Order Registry (LPOR) of the Louisiana Supreme Court has an immediate opening for a part-time student worker. Successful candidate must be a full-time student at an Accredited College or University (i.e., 12 credit hours for undergrads) and be able to work approximately 15 hours per week during the school year, with potential for higher hours during school breaks. Hours of operation are 8 am – 6 pm weekdays. Work assignments will include telephone coverage, scanning documents, data entry, assistance with various clerical task such as making copies, filing, and special assignments as needed.

Required skills for this position include but are not limited to: Microsoft Office Programs, Outlook, excellent communication skills, ability to work independently, strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Knowledge and/or experience with databases, also helpful. Candidate must be able to pass criminal background check.

$9.00/Hour, plus either paid parking or a bus pass.

Send resume to hrresumes@lasc.org and reference job LPOR-SW. EOE/M/F/V/D

 

 

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