Price of Justice Grant Manager
Link to Price of Justice Grant Information Document
Grant Funded for 2-Year Period
Louisiana Supreme Court
Office of the Judicial Administrator
The Louisiana Supreme Court, Office of Judicial Administrator is seeking to fill two positions funded by a U.S. Department of Justice Price of Justice grant awarded to help states assess and collect legal financial obligations with transparency and fairness. The positions will be responsible for collecting, analyzing and producing necessary data; training courts on the use of software used to track assessed court costs; developing court rules and legislative policies; and with providing recommendation opportunities to apply best practices at court sites.
Price of Justice Grant Manager
Provides grant oversight and direction including implementing guidelines, policies and procedures; ensures federal and state grant compliance; and manages grant budget. Also assists with data assessment and collection improvements, and with institutionalizing best practices; develops rules and legislative policies; provides training and technical support; and strategically makes recommendations of long-term changes. Candidates must possess a combination of: exceptional interpersonal skills, organizational abilities in areas such as project and time management, and analytical aptitude. Must have a strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Power Point, Access, and Word). Must also have a strong attention to detail and exceptional communication skills. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s or Master’s in Public Administration, Accounting, or field of related study. Court experience a plus. Position requires 25 percent travel. Benefits include paid parking and medical insurance.
Please email resumes and salary history to email@example.com. Please reference job SCGRNT2017 when responding to this ad. Interested candidates must respond by July 24, 2017. EOE/M/F/D/V
Collects, analyzes and produces necessary data for grant implementation. Work with Courts to establish various data exchanges. Creates, manages, and administers database. Interprets data and recommends solutions to correct errors when detected. Assists in preparation of required grant reports. Assists the Director in providing support to Grant Advisory Committee. Candidates must possess a combination of: exceptional interpersonal skills, organizational abilities in areas such as project and time management, and analytical aptitude. Candidates should have experience working with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Power Point, Access, and Word) and Microsoft Dynamics; knowledge of SQL a plus. Must have strong communication skills. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, math, statistics, criminal justice, law, public administration or other area of study related to the position. Court experience a plus. Position requires 25 percent travel. Benefits include paid parking and medical insurance.
Please email resumes and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference job SCDATA2017 when responding to this ad. Interested candidates must respond by July 24, 2017. EOE/M/F/D/V
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DEPUTY CLERK - CLERK'S OFFICE
Louisiana Supreme Court
The Clerk's Office of the Louisiana Supreme Court seeks a Deputy Clerk to perform specialized and complex clerical work related to the efficient operation of the Court. Responsibilities include: acting as lead worker, establishing priorities and assigning tasks; assisting the public and legal community at the counter and through phone inquiries; processing cases; verifying compliance with court rules; entering, retrieving and compiling legal information; assisting with the processing of filings such as briefs, motions and supplemental requests, ensuring that all are appropriately date stamped, assigned a file number and entered in the computer. Must have seven years of related work experience in a court or other legal setting (a college or paralegal degree may be substituted for the required experience on a year for year basis). Computer proficiency and good interpersonal skills a must. Excellent benefits and paid parking. Please e-mail resumes to email@example.com by close of business August 7, 2017. Please reference job SC-DC2017 when responding to this ad. EOE/M/F/D/V
COURT ASSISTANT CLERK
The Clerk’s Office of the Louisiana Supreme Court seeks an Assistant Clerk to perform a variety of specialized clerical and secretarial duties, which include processing cases, verifying compliance with court rules, entering, retrieving and compiling legal information. Will also be responsible for assisting the public at the counter, stamping filed documents, and entering a high volume of case data with accuracy into a computer system. Three years progressively responsible clerical experience required. Experience in a legal organization or court helpful, as well as familiarity with legal terminology. Testing may be required. Excellent benefits (health, vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, retirement) and paid parking. Salary low 30's depending on experience. Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business August 21, 2017. Please reference job SC-DC8-2017 when responding to this ad. EOE/M/F/V/D