AOPC - Office of Elder Justice in the Courts Analyst (18-20)
October 5, 2018
Judicial District Operations and Programs
$53,533 - $63,464
This is professional judicial program work assisting the Administrator of the Office of Elder Justice in the Courts (OEJC) through the creation, implementation, management and evaluation of programs and activities. Duties are performed under limited supervision.
- Plans, coordinates, implements, monitors and evaluates OEJC programs and activities.
- Monitors and manages the daily activities related to the OEJC’s annual budget. Maintains data and systems to track expenditures and generate reports.
- Identifies needs for existing programs and suggests activities for and/or develops new programs.
- Assists in reviewing, analyzing and recommending policies and procedures for OEJC programs and activities.
- Identifies program issues and recommends solutions.
- Provides program assistance to members of the Advisory Council on Elder Justice and the Courts, judges, court personnel and elder justice entities on a variety of elder justice issues.
- Develops data collection methods to track programs and activities. Works with databases to generate reports.
- Assists in the evaluation of programs to determine whether goals, objectives and program needs are being met.
- Assists in the creation, development and presentation of trainings and educational presentations. Designs and creates training materials, manuals, bulletins, and other user aides for programs and activities.
- Represents the OEJC in meetings with courts and elder justice agencies.
- Bachelor’s degree in Judicial, Business or Public Administration, or closely related field; AND
- Two years of experience in court management/administration or three years of varied office management work, including experience in managing and analyzing programs.
- An equivalent combination of education, experience, and / or training may be considered.
- Occasional travel throughout Pennsylvania required.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills required.
- Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.
- Professional-level experience in the administration and management of a budget preferred.
- Satisfactory criminal background check required.
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