This is advanced professional and technical work focusing on process improvement mapping, SQL queries, and testing, as well as strong communication and documentation skills. This position is responsible for gathering user requirements and generating reports via SQL to fulfill them. Additionally, this position will work both independently and as part of a term to document and catalog business processes. This position will also participate in QA testing.
This position is responsible for developing and employing effective case management procedures of Probate cases. This position serves as a liaison between the judiciary and court administration while working under direct supervision of the Probate Operations Manager and is reviewed through reports, conferences and results achieved.
As a Digital Court Reporter, you will be part of a team that ensures court proceedings are being digitally recorded. In this position, you will transcribe court proceedings and perform research for the judiciary and the public. The position works under direct supervision according to set procedures.
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 professional legal work calendaring and conducting hearings and trials. The Magistrate takes and evaluates evidence and testimony from witnesses and technical experts, uses that information in making findings of fact, conclusions of law and recommendations for the Circuit Court Judges. The Magistrate hears post-judgment family matters, juvenile judicial reviews, and contempt hearings, and hearings pursuant to the Marchman Act and Baker Act. This position reports directly to the Court Administrator. The Chief Judge shall make the divisional assignment decision including the location of the Magistrate's office (North, South, or in the Main Courthouse).