The Budget Director is responsible for managing the Court Budget office. The Director is responsible for supervising staff, planning, training, accounting/fiscal functions of responsibility, procedure and regulation compliance; managing and overseeing the processing of invoices; managing inventory; directing the court mailroom staff; interacting with executive level administrators and managerial personnel, vendors; managing administrative functions, including overseeing the preparation of ad hoc and/or monthly and annual financial statements, financial reports and annual budgets for the County and State. This position develops and implements procedures within organizational policies, reports major activities to executive level administrators through conferences and reports. The position reports directly to the Trial Court Administrator.
This is a managerial position involving the planning, budgeting, reporting and scheduling of the desktop services group. An employee in this position is responsible for prioritizing personnel and resources for desktop support and related projects, as well as developing policies and reports to manage and measure the effectiveness of the utilization of those resources. This position must also be familiar with Microsoft SCCM and Active Directory.
This position is responsible for administrative support to the Magistrate. Responsible for preparing and maintaining the Magistrate's court and professional calendar. Review case files for accuracy, compliance and completeness prior to submitting files to the Magistrate; ensuring presence of all required files; maintaining trial dockets, continuances, and trial orders, schedule motions, hearings, conferences and trials. Interacts and establishes relationships with Magistrates, Judges, Clerk of Court staff, attorneys, law enforcement, social services, witnesses, and the general public.
The Fifteenth Judicial Circuit is searching for an experienced and highly responsible attorney to conduct legal research activities at the trial court level to assist trial court judges in deciding rulings on a variety of case issues primarily within the family law, juvenile, and probate divisions of the court. The case issues may concern dissolutions of marriage, adoptions, paternity actions, minor name changes, mental health proceedings, probate and guardianship proceedings, dependency proceedings, and terminations of parental rights. Occasionally, the attorney will also be asked to assist judges in other divisions with pre-trial and trial motions, post-conviction relief, prisoner petitions, summary judgements, and motions to suppress evidence, discovery and county court appeals. Work involves considerable interpretation and judgment in the analysis of a variety of legal issues brought before the court.
The essential function of the position within the organization is to assist the judiciary with case management, pending litigation and issues, and/or process criminal and civil appeals. The position is responsible for drafting memoranda, opinions, orders and reports; conducting legal research; reviewing briefs and case files; and advising judges on pending litigation and issues.