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.
- Develops and suggests program needs, activities and new programs.
- Reviews, analyzes and recommends policies and procedures for programs and activities. Analyzes program issues and recommends solutions.
- Provides project assistance (e.g., research, consulting) to 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. Uses computer software to develop and maintain databases and spreadsheets.
- Collects, analyzes, summarizes and disseminates data and findings from programs and activities through the application of statistical, mathematical or other methods. Generates narrative, graphical and statistical reports.
- Designs and conducts project evaluations to determine whether goals, objectives and program needs are being met.
- Manages the daily activities of the OEJC’s annual budget and makes recommendations on budget matters to the Administrator. Maintains data and systems for budget tracking and reporting, and generates reports.
- Creates, develops and conducts trainings and educational presentations. Designs and creates training materials, manuals, bulletins, on-line help documents, and other user aides for programs and activities.
- Researches, prepares and writes grant proposals and applications, and assists with grants administration.
- 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 or three years of varied office management work including experience in program analysis/evaluation involving the use of statistical and data analysis techniques.
- An equivalent combination of education, experience, and / or training may be considered.
- Occasional travel throughout Pennsylvania required.
- Proficiency with creating and maintaining databases required.
- Professional-level experience in the administration and management of a budget preferred.
- Professional-level experience in researching, developing and writing grant proposals and applications preferred.
- Satisfactory criminal background check required.
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