Job Opportunity

Senior Court Administrator (Senior Administrator)
Los Angeles Superior Court

Date Posted:

December 4, 2017

Salary:

$10,790.75 – $16,332.68 Monthly

Description:

Senior Administrator positions directly serve the Court by planning, organizing and overseeing operational functions of a district or central court operation, and work with supervising and site judicial officers to develop and implement district case management plans, budgets and strategic direction. Senior Administrators provide expert professional assistance and guidance to court management in the areas of their responsibility, and represent the Court in meetings with a wide variety of external agencies and stakeholders. Senior Administrators are instrumental in the development and implementation of the Court’s strategic plan, mission, vision and values. For a detailed job description, please visit www.lacourt.org.

Qualifications:

To qualify, you must meet one of the following options at the time of filing:

Option I: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university -AND- two (2) years of experience at the level of a Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles Administrator II or higher*.

Option II: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university -AND- six (6) years of experience managing operations in a Court or public entity, two (2) years of which must have been in a management capacity** overseeing distinct, but related, administrative or operational units.

*Experience at the level of a Los Angeles Superior Court Administrator II is defined as performing work in a comparable class with the same level of responsibility, and requiring the same knowledge, skills, and abilities. Duties at this level include planning, organizing and overseeing the non-judicial administrative and operational functions of a district trial court, central litigation-type court operation, litigation support operation, Court-wide program, or administrative section of similar complexity and impact (e.g. operations involving at least 20 to 25 courtrooms). Individuals are expected to have demonstrated leadership in developing and implementing case management plans, budgets, and strategic direction for a trial court or court section, as well as managing the performance of subordinate managerial and professional staff.

Management capacity is defined as having the responsibility for planning, organizing, implementing, and administering the work of a functional program or section through subordinate supervisory staff.

How to Apply:

Only online applications are accepted. Please apply by visiting www.lacourt.org

Filing Deadline:

12/15/2017

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