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Administrative Assistant I

The essential function of the position is to support case management in the area of Civil Law. Assist judges with timely disposition of cases through case management, case monitoring and program implementation. The position is responsible for collecting and reporting on case data and works under general supervision of the Civil Court Operations Manager.

Temporary position.

Administrative Civil Traffic Hearing Officer

Sections 318.30-318.38, Florida Statutes, authorize the establishment of a civil traffic infraction hearing officer program and Florida Rule of Traffic Court 6.630 governs the procedures for establishment and operation of a civil traffic infraction hearing officer program. The Administrative Civil Traffic Hearing Officer ("ACTHO") will perform the following part-time contractual services within the Circuit's traffic infraction hearing officer program for the benefit of the Circuit and at the pleasure of the Chief Judge: Coordinate and maintain the schedule of the Circuit's Civil Traffic Hearing Officers.

Civil Traffic Hearing Officer

The Civil Traffic Hearing Officer (CTHO) will perform the following part-time contractual services (as an independent contractor) for the benefit of the Circuit and at the pleasure of the Chief Judge. Hear and consider all civil traffic infraction proceedings (including parking tickets) over which a civil traffic hearing officer has jurisdiction pursuant to Florida law. This includes accepting pleas from defendants, hearing and ruling upon motions, deciding the guilt or innocence of any person, adult or juvenile, charged with any civil traffic infraction over which the CTHO has jurisdiction. Pursuant to Florida law, the CTHO is empowered to adjudicate or withhold adjudication in the same manner as a county court judge under the statutes, ordinances, rules, and procedures presently existing or as subsequently amended.

Deputy Chief Information Officer

This is a senior supervisory technology position that reports to the Court Chief Information Officer (“CCIO”). This position will contribute to managing the day to day operations of nearly 20 court technology staff, as well as working with County departments on collaborative projects. Additionally, this position will serve as project lead/project manager for major initiatives. Assisting the CCIO with strategic planning, budgeting and personnel development are also key responsibilities. The Deputy Chief Information Officer work is evaluated based on quality of results obtained, conferences, customer feedback and reports.

Software Training Specialist

The person in this position will: plan and deliver software-training programs for the Judiciary, administrative and support staff, as well as all users of the Court's in-house applications; meet the training needs through individual and group instructions for custom built Court applications as well as standard Office Automation software; design curriculum, training schedules, training aids and course handouts development are required to support the function. Work is performed under the direction of the Court Chief Information Officer, and is reviewed through conferences, reports and customer feedback.