Magistrate Job Description Sample
Description of Work
RECRUITMENT RANGE: $37,862.00 - $50,690.00
SALARY GRADE: Flat Rated
Magistrates are judicial officials who evaluate requests for criminal charges and issue criminal process and search warrants. In addition, magistrates conduct initial appearances, including bond hearings, for defendants upon arrest.
Magistrates preside over Small Claims Court hearings and marriage ceremonies. Must be able to work irregular hours including nights, weekends, and holidays. The person in this full time position will serve as an officer of district court in accordance with NC General Statutes §7A 170-179.
The Clerk of Superior Court, in his/her sole discretion, nominates person(s) to be considered for appointment to the position of magistrate to the Senior Resident Superior Court Judge. The Senior Resident Superior Court Judge, in his/her sole discretion, appoints magistrate(s) to an initial two-year term. The Chief District Court Judge determines magistrates' work schedules.
Entry rate of pay commensurate with prior experience as a Magistrate; $50,690.00 is the entry rate of pay for a Magistrate with an active law license from any state.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
Individuals most suited for magistrate positions possess the ability to exercise sound judgment and to make decisions, are proficient at general office and computer skills, understand North Carolina Court Systems procedures, are team players with the ability to work under pressure, and have the ability to communicate effectively with the general public.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Graduation from a four year college or university; or an associate degree and four years of work experience in a related field. Related fields include: teaching, social services, law enforcement, arbitration or mediation, the court system, or counseling.
Magistrates are statutorily required to live in the county the magistrate position serves at the time of nomination. You MUST be a resident of Durham County to be eligible for this position.
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Charmaine J. Leeks
NC Administrative Office of the Courts
Human Resources Division
Assistant Clerk Magistrate - Metro South Housing Court
This requisition will remain open until filled; however, first consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Includes the following Courts: Brockton and Norfolk County
All candidates must be able to travel among the offices and sessions within the division and are subject to assignment and/or reassignment at any time to any of the offices or sessions of the division at the discretion of the department head
This position is designated as management position and is covered by the Trial Court Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE MASSACHUSETTS TRIAL COURT
The Trial Court is committed to:
- the fair and impartial administration of justice;
- protection of constitutional and statutory rights and liberties;
- equal access to justice for all in a safe and dignified environment;
- efficient, effective and accountable resolution of disputes;
- prompt and courteous service to the public by committed and dedicated professionals utilizing best practices in a manner that inspires public trust and confidence.
DEPARTMENTAL MISSION STATEMENT
The Housing Court's mission is to adjudicate all matters presented by litigants within its jurisdiction regarding housing in a fair, efficient, and timely manner according to the rule of law and the facts presented. In accordance with this mission, the Housing Court, through its operating philosophy and business practices, strives to present a citizen oriented process to maximize access to justice for all such litigants. All members of the Housing Court are committed to this mission and process to fulfill our role within the judicial branch.
This position involves responsible legal work and supervisory responsibilities.
The employees in this position assist the Clerk-Magistrate in performing magisterial and administrative duties as set forth in state statutes and court rules. Magisterial responsibilities include determining probable cause for the issuance of criminal complaints and search warrants, in court and out of court bail determinations, determinations of preliminary probation violation hearings, adjudicating small claims motions and trials and presiding over both civil and criminal motor vehicle hearings. Assistant clerk-magistrates also may decide certain non-dispositive motions in civil and criminal cases, enter defaults and default judgments and other civil process. Administrative responsibilities include the preparation and maintenance of all court papers and records and performance of administrative tasks to ensure that cases move rapidly and smoothly to a determination by the court. Work is performed under the direction of the Clerk-Magistrate or First Assistant Clerk-Magistrate. Supervision is exercised over support personnel within the Clerk-Magistrate's Office.
(Any one position may not include all of the duties and responsibilities listed below nor do the listed examples include all tasks which may be found in these positions.)
Receives applications for criminal complaints and reviews them for probable cause.
Reviews applications for search warrants filed by police and others and determines whether such warrants may issue.
Conducts hearings and determines whether criminal complaints and/or arrest warrants may issue, determines appeals from civil motor vehicle citations, municipal by-law violations and environmental citations.
Conducts trials of small claims and makes judgments of the same.
In the absence of a justice, arraigns defendants, determines questions of bail, and conducts preliminary probation violation hearings.
Calls the list of cases scheduled before a justice and makes the official record of the proceedings.
Reviews filings from attorneys and Pro Se litigants and informs them on court procedure.
Arranges for hearings and notifies counsel.
Certifies and transmits official copies of court records as required
Issues process as required by the court or prescribed by statutes and rules of court.
Receives, examines and reviews all filings and has responsibility to ensure they comply with rules of court, and to establish their suitability for filing.
Maintains electronic and written indexes of cases entered.
Supervises the receipt, recording and disbursements of fees and money by the court.
Distributes and implements changes in court rules and office procedure.
Administers hearings inside and outside of court where no judge is present.
Performs related work as required.
Thorough knowledge of state statutes, case law and court rules which prescribe the powers and duties of the Clerk-Magistrate and ability to interpret and apply them to the administrative procedures of the office.
Thorough knowledge of court procedure, legal documents, laws and legal factors pertaining to the court.
Thorough knowledge of the organization, functions, jurisdiction and authority of the court.
Knowledge of and ability to use computer software such as MS Office, including word processing, spreadsheets, data bases, and PowerPoint.
Ability to maintain complex and accurate court records.
Ability to plan and supervise the work of others.
Good communication skills and the ability to maintain effective working relationships with court officials, attorneys, subordinate employees, government agencies and the general public.
These are the minimum requirements necessary to apply for a position of Assistant Clerk.
For Internal Trial Court Employee Applicants:
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university; and knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through 6 or more years of relevant work experience, including supervisory and/or courtroom experience, within a Trial Court Division (Clerk's Office, Probation Office, Judge's Lobby) or an equivalent office;
A law degree and admission to the practice of law in Massachusetts or a graduate degree from an accredited college or university in a relevant field (such as criminal justice, public administration or business administration); and knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through 2 or more years of relevant work experience, including supervisory and/or courtroom experience, within a Trial Court Division (Clerk's Office, Probation Office, Judge's Lobby) or an equivalent office;
Internal candidates who are employed by the Trial Court as of July 1, 2012 may substitute knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through 10 or more years of relevant work experience, including supervisory and/or courtroom experience, within a Trial Court Division (Clerk's Office, Probation Office, Judge's Lobby) or an equivalent office for the education requirement as described above.
For External Applicants:
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in a relevant field (such as criminal justice, public administration or business administration); and knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through 6 or more years of relevant work experience;
A law degree and admission to the practice of law in Massachusetts or a graduate degree from an accredited college or university in a relevant field (such as criminal justice, public administration or business administration); and knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through 2 or more years of relevant work experience.
Employment is contingent upon passage of a criminal record check.
If you are not currently viewing this posting online, please visit the Judicial Court Jobs website at www.mass.gov/courts to apply for this position or any other Trial Court employment opportunity.
No applications or resumes will be accepted by hand, mail, fax, or email delivery.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Law Clerk To U. S. Magistrate Judge Chris Mcaliley
Announcement Number: 2018-JDS-04 Court: U.S.
District Court for the Southern District of Florida City, State: Miami, FL Court Website: http://www.flsd.uscourts.gov/?page_id=3011 Permanent Position: Permanent Job Grade: JSP 13 Minimum Salary: $92,750 Maximum Salary: $120,576 Closing Date: 04/16/2018 Link to Original Job Post: http://www.flsd.uscourts.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/2018-JDS-04-NOV-LC-JMcAliley.pdf
Deputy Court Clerk-Magistrate I
Job ID: 9739
Agency: Unified Judicial System, Fourth Judicial Circuit
Salary: $13.40 per hour, w/additional 2% for magistrate duties
For more information on the Unified Judicial System, please visit http://ujs.sd.gov.
Position Purpose: This position assists with cases filed with the court clerk's office including criminal, civil, traffic, and other cases from initial filing to final disposition by developing and maintaining case files, assisting with scheduling and assigning hearings, assisting in court room proceedings, and implementing procedures for monetary dispositions; provides customer services daily to a wide variety of individuals and agencies; performs magistrate duties as assigned; and acts on behalf of the court clerk in his or her absence.
Duties may include:
- maintaining case files for criminal, civil, traffic, and other cases from initial to final disposition in accordance with established procedures and designated timelines;
- assisting in maintaining court calendars by scheduling hearings according to procedures;
- providing customer service in many different ways to many different people by providing information about the court's protocols and procedures to make sure they receive correction information;
- providing assistance in court rooms by maintaining case files and minutes of proceedings; handling in-court exhibits; empanelling juries; recording proceedings; being responsible for sound and video equipment; and providing court interpretive services when needed to facilitate processes of the court;
- performing clerk magistrate duties as assigned to assist the circuit court in disposing of civil actions and to provide direct court contact for average citizens;
- filing, scanning, and indexing documents on any new or ongoing action for civil, criminal, probate, juvenile; adoption, mental illness, traffic, family, and small claims cases, as well as appeals, using manual and automated processes;
- training and orientating new staff and train current staff on new procedures as needed;
- performing other work as assigned.
Requires a high school diploma or possession of a GED certificate and one year of general clerical experience; or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. Upon hire the successful applicant must meet the following requirements before beginning employment:
1.MUST BE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES,
2.RESIDENT OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, AND
3.A VOTING RESIDENT WITHIN THE CIRCUIT. (SD CONST. ART. V, SECTION 6)
If you already meet these requirements, please note them on your application details or on your resume.
Successful completion of a criminal background investigation is required for employment.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- court processes and procedures;
- legal terminology;
- general office and bookkeeping practices.
- time management;
- customer service.
- communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
- learn on the job using written manuals and learn from context;
- listen and understand;
- work independently;
- recognize and defuse escalating situations with customers and staff;
- use computers and related software systems proficiently;
- multi-task and adapt quickly to change;
- prioritize work activities to ensure most important items are done first.
Apply at: http://tinyurl.com/y7ncu96w
Unified Judicial System
500 East Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501-5070
Phone: (605) 773-4867 Fax: (605) 773-8437
"An Equal Opportunity Employer"
Secondary Culinary Arts Teacher
Culinary Arts Teacher
Instructs students in the preparation for careers in the hospitality field. This position will focus the implementation of the culinary training including instructing culinary arts and the ServSafe program and coordinating the guest chef program and field trips. Monitor and communicate
students' progress with administrative team in addition to supporting students during the job
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Include the following. Other duties may be assigned
Instruction of students in the culinary arts utilizing the existing curriculum. Develops written lesson plans based on the existing curricula. Administer written and practical tests related to the curricula. Evaluate the student's ability to comprehend, perform and retain practical techniques, report
assessment in regular meetings with CTE Director. Grade weekly quizzes, exams and final practical exams. Reach out to local chefs for volunteer guest chef opportunities weekly as well as identifying special community projects that promote class training and experiential learning. Invite specific chefs to participate in themed events: cook-offs, Mother's day tea, etc. Reaches out to local chefs to be judges and special guests at various events. Oversee students in pre-ordering, set-up and clean-up assistance needed by the visiting chefs. Conduct follow-up with the students following a guest lesson. Network with chefs and foodservice professionals to secure new fieldtrip opportunities. Maintain existing relationships Make arrangements for transportation and escort students and make other necessary accommodations. Collaborate with CTE Director to ensure transportation funds are available in advance.
ServSafe Sanitation Course Instruction:
Teaches the ServSafeInclude the following. Other duties may be assigned -
Instruction of students in the culinary arts utilizing the existing curriculum.
Develops written lesson plans based on the existing curricula.
Administer written and practical tests related to the curricula.
Evaluate the student's ability to comprehend, perform and retain practical techniques, report assessment in regular meetings with CTE Director.
Grade weekly quizzes, exams and final practical exams.
Reach out to local chefs for volunteer guest chef opportunities weekly as well as identifying special community projects that promote class training and experiential learning. Invite specific chefs to participate in themed events: cook-offs, Mother's day tea, etc.
Reaches out to local chefs to be judges and special guests at various events.
Oversee students in pre-ordering, set-up and clean-up assistance needed by the visiting chefs.
Conduct follow-up with the students following a guest lesson.
Network with chefs and foodservice professionals to secure new fieldtrip opportunities.
Maintain existing relationships, make arrangements for transportation and escort students and make other necessary accommodations.
Collaborate with CTE Director to ensure transportation funds are available in advance.
ServSafe Sanitation Course Instruction:
Teaches the ServSafe curricula and maintain industry standards.
Evaluate the student's ability to comprehend, perform and retain information.
Integrate sanitation classroom learning into hands on culinary lessons.
Proctor quizzes and retest students when needed.
Work with students on individual basis to bring up to speed with Servsafe information.
Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university and/or CTE certification in area appropriate to assignment. One to two years related experience preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Must be highly qualified in area of assignment. Valid AZ teaching certificate with appropriate approved area or endorsement. Structured English Immersion (SEI) required. CTE in Consumer Sciences preferred.
Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
The Florence Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in admission or access to or treatment or employment in its policies, procedures or practices, in compliance with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Florence Unified School District Career and Technical Education Department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available Accounting, Audio/Visual, Bio Science, Business Management, Business Operations, Construction, Culinary Arts, Education Professions, Fire Science, Hospitality Management, Law Enforcement, Massage Therapy, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, and Veterinary Assistant. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the district's activities and programs. The Florence Unified School District also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices.
This notice is provided as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance coordinator(s). Tony Jimenez, Title IX Coordinator, Florence Unified School District-1000 South Main, Florence, Arizona. (520)-866-3500 or Dawn Winsor, 504 Coordinator, 1000 South Main, Florence High School-1000 South Main Street, Florence, Arizona. (520) 866-3560.
Assistant Attorney General, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecution Program
Division: Criminal Litigation
Position Type: Unclassified (At-Will), Full-Time, Exempt, Benefits-Eligible, Grant-Funded
Position Location: Topeka, Kansas (Shawnee County)
Compensation: $56,000 - $75,000 Depending Upon Experience
Open Until Filled
The Office of the Kansas Attorney General (OAG) is accepting applications to fill an Assistant Attorney General (AAG) position in our Criminal Litigation Division, Kansas Traffic Resource Prosecution program. We're an organization that values individuals who strive to work in a team environment, where a positive attitude and willingness to assist others is critical. We seek to hire individuals who exemplify the highest standards of integrity, efficiency and professionalism. Successful candidates must be ethical, well-organized, self-motivated, punctual and prompt. A high degree of accuracy and attention to detail is required.
In conjunction with another Assistant Attorney General (AAG) assigned to the Criminal Litigation Division, this position will perform the following duties:
Provides technical assistance and serve as a consultant to Kansas prosecutors, law enforcement to help improve ability to effectively prosecute traffic violations.
Engages and coordinates with Office of Judicial Administration on training opportunities for Kansas judges
Serves as a dedicated liaison between the state's prosecutors and the traffic safety community to enhance coordination in the investigation and prosecution of traffic safety violations.
Assesses training needs, with an emphasis on the effective prosecution of impaired driving cases.
Trains and provides technical assistance to state and local law enforcement in methods of evidence gathering, especially newly emerging technology and trial techniques that will improve the ability of prosecutors to effectively prosecute impaired driving cases.
Works with law enforcement agencies to explain prosecutorial policy, answer questions, receive suggestions, foster improved law enforcement/prosecutor cooperation, strengthen effective law enforcement and prosecution strategies, and regularly apprise prosecuting attorneys on evolving areas of traffic safety law.
Develops and maintains a working relationship with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators (NAPC), National Traffic Law Center (NTLC), other TSRP's and other traffic safety advocates around the country.
Researches ways to improve prosecution and adjudication of impaired driving cases (i.e., ignition interlock law, DUI court, 24/7 sobriety program, etc.)
Prosecutes criminal cases accepted by the Criminal Litigation Division. This includes, but is not limited to: drafting/arguing pre-trial motions; pleading preparation; interviewing clients and witnesses; legal research and writing; conducting depositions; conducting negotiations; participating in trials with and without jury; researching interpreting and applying statutes, court decisions or other legal authority on points of law; and overall case management.
Additional Duties: Additional duties may be added at any time. This announcement does not state or imply that these are the only activities to be performed. You would be expected to follow other job-related instructions and perform other job-related duties as requested.
Graduate of an accredited law school.
Admission to and membership in good standing with the Bar of the Supreme Court of Kansas.
Admission to or eligibility for admission to the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Four (4) or more years of experience prosecuting impaired driving cases.
Two (2) or more years of criminal law and courtroom experience.
Travel: You would travel to locations required to competently and diligently discharge the assigned duties. Frequent in-state and limited out-of-state travel is required. A valid driver's license is required when operating a state vehicle, a private vehicle, or a rental vehicle for the benefit of the State.
How to Apply: The application process has 3 required steps:
Register by completing the online Personal Data Form. NOTE: Skip this step if you already have an Applicant ID number.
Complete the online State of Kansas Application Form. Select Attorney General and submit.
E-mail the following additional required documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Letter of Interest
Kansas Tax Clearance Certificate
Include the job requisition number and your last name in the subject line. Your application will be considered incomplete and you may be found ineligible if you fail to submit all required documentation by the closing date indicated.
Kansas Tax Clearance Certificate Required: Each applicant is required to obtain a valid Kansas Certificate of Tax Clearance by accessing the Kansas Department of Revenue website at https://www.ksrevenue.org/taxclearance.html. A Tax Clearance is a comprehensive tax account review to determine and ensure that an individual's account follows all primary Kansas Tax Laws. A Tax Clearance expires every 90 days. All applicants, including current state employees, are responsible for submitting a valid certificate with all other application materials to the hiring agency. If you need assistance with the tax clearance, please contact (785) 296-3199.
As a condition of employment, we require a pre-employment screening process to include a criminal history records check and reference check of past and present employers. The screening process will be waived for current OAG personnel who have previously completed the screening requirements.
Recruiter Contact: Deann Tiede Phone: (785) 296-3716; Email: email@example.com
Individuals with disabilities are urged to contact the Recruiter if reasonable accommodations are needed for any part of the application or hiring process.
The Office of the Kansas Attorney General is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Find out more about us at our website
Intellectual Property And Life Sciences Analyst (3093)
Latham & Watkins, a global law firm consistently ranked among the top firms in the world, is currently seeking an Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Analyst to join our winning team, located in Chicago. The success of our firm is largely determined by our commitment to hire and develop the very best and brightest, creating a team that provides our clients with the highest quality of work and service. We are driven by our core values: respect, innovation and collaboration.
The Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Analyst will receive a generous total compensation package. Bonuses are awarded in recognition of individual and firm performance.
Eligible employees can participate in Latham's comprehensive benefit program including healthcare, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, a 401k plan, and more! In addition, employees receive 10 paid holidays per year, and a PTO program that accrues 23 days during the first year of employment and grows with tenure.
As an Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Analyst at Latham, you will contribute your scientific training and expertise to advise the Supervising Attorneys on cases relating to Intellectual Property Litigation and on transactional issues for life science clients. Your responsibilities will include reviewing scientific documents and identifying key issues relating to the legal matters at issue while accomplishing these and other critical functions:
Distilling complex scientific concepts and explaining them in terms understandable to non-scientists such as attorneys, judges and juries.
Assisting in preparation for depositions and trial, preparing technical witnesses for their testimony as well as developing exhibits for trial.
Interacting with attorneys, paralegals, clients, experts, inventors and scientists.
As an Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Analyst, you will be expected to apply your organizational and communication skills while displaying a positive, high-energy attitude. The successful Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Analyst must have strong analytical abilities coupled with concise written and oral communication skills.
An advanced degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Pharmacology, Material Science, Electrical Engineering or related field is required, Ph.D. preferred. One year related job experience a plus. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by clicking the "Apply Now" link.
Latham & Watkins is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our commitment to diversity, equal opportunity and sustainability enables Latham & Watkins to draw from a remarkable wealth of talent to create one of the world's leading law firms.
Assistant Team Lead/Senior Associate, Marketing Campaigns
Since 1999, Cvent has been transforming the meetings and events industry by providing organizations with the technology they need to plan, promote, manage, and evaluate their meetings and events. Now, as the global market leader in the $565 billion-dollar meetings and events industry, our Mid-Market Marketing Team is looking for a Marketing Campaigns Senior Associate/Assistant Team Lead who fits in with our fun, fast-paced culture and has the skills to contribute to Cvent's long-term growth.
You would join Cvent's exceptional marketing team and be responsible for developing, executing, and optimizing campaigns and demand generation programs that drive pipeline growth and revenue for the company. Our candidate is passionate not only about developing creative marketing campaigns that generate leads, but also digging into results to see how those same campaigns could be improved. You'll be working with a strong team who judges success not simply by lead volume, but also by measurable increases in the sales pipeline and ultimately, revenue. If this sounds like you—and your creative thinking, understanding of lead generation techniques, solid writing skills, and project management talents back it up—apply today!
What You will be Doing
Develop, execute, and optimize upsell/cross-sell demand generation strategies and programs to increase the quantity and quality of leads for our Account Management team
Collaborate with Sales leadership, Customer Marketing and Product Marketing to develop and execute plans that improve lead velocity and conversion rates through the demand funnel, resulting in measurable increases in pipeline.
Develop an expert-level understanding of Cvent's installed base and use that understanding to proactively identify segments of opportunity for account expansion.
Acquire a deep understanding of key buyer personas, their pain points, and how with Cvent's solution-based value propositions address them.
Develop integrated campaign strategies that reach the key personas and compel action.
Execute on and optimize proven demand generation programs including Customer Success Groups, Online Demos, Webinars and Live Events
Manage lead nurturing programs that accelerate leads through the demand waterfall.
Collaborate with creative, marketing operations and other teams to implement email campaigns, content, etc.
Analyze, benchmark, and report on individual program effectiveness and use findings to improve performance and increase ROI.
Collaborate with marketing operations to monitor and report on overall results against monthly MAL/MQL/SAL/SQL goals.
What You Need for this Position
Creative thinker, detail-oriented, organized, self-motivated, results-oriented, team-player
Strong written communication and project management skills are a must
Education: BA/BS in marketing or closely related field
3-6 years marketing, sales or client services experience, SAAS environment preferred
Proficient with MS Office Suite (Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Access)
An understanding of marketing automation tools like Marketo and/or CRM software like Salesforce.com
Case Manager- Electronic Monitoring
Position is responsible for enhancing public safety by raising offender accountability through the use of evidence based practices and interventions. Community Supervision Managers utilize the IRAS (Indiana Risk Assessment System) to assess the risk and needs of clients referred by the Marion County Criminal Court Judges placed on supervision with either electronic monitoring or residential placement.
Community Supervision Managers shall develop and manage individual case management plans as indicated by MCCC policy, make appropriate referrals for services in accordance with case plans, and are responsible for the monitoring of clients in their home, at work, and in the community to ensure compliance with court orders and agency policies. Community Supervision Managers attend and testify in Court, schedule Administrative Hearings to discuss non-compliance, apply agency approved rewards and sanctions, and are responsible for monitoring clients in accordance with equipment/alert policies and/or facility policies at Duvall Residential Center. Community Supervision Managers perform other duties as assigned.
Supervises and monitors the activities of agency clients while ensuring compliance with rules and conditions of the sentencing court and policies of Marion County Community Corrections (MCCC) through the use of evidence based practices and interventions.
Performs all duties in an ethical and professional manner
Interviews and obtains client information and record information appropriately and accurately.
Informs courts, through submission of a written violation, when a violation occurs that cannot be handled administratively. Prepares and sends memos to court.
Conducts IRAS (Indiana Risk and Needs Assessment) on all clients and develops individualized case plans utilizing the results of the assessment.
Schedules and monitors results of client drug screens and takes appropriate action.
Monitors collection of fees from clients pursuant to the court order and MCCC policies.
Appears in court and reports violations of program rules and court orders via testimony as requested.
Attends training and education seminars, and pursues other professional development opportunities to remain current in evidence based practices (EBP) research.
Attends regular staff meetings and confers individually with the supervisor of case consultations and other work related issues.
Maintains issued agency equipment, clothing, and any other items the Case Manager might be required to use in performance of duties.
Obtains regular written reports from treatment and/or service providers that detail the client's progress and/or compliance or lack thereof.
Documents all correspondence with the public regarding MCCC clients, MCCC clients themselves, the Courts, treatment provider reports, etc., in the Informer case management data base.
This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.
BS or BA in criminal justice or a related field. Must not have been convicted of a felony.
Must become certified to conduct Indiana Risk Assessment System (IRAS) assessments within one year of the date of hire. Ability to meet all agency hiring and retention requirements. Ability to effectively investigate, interview, and work with clients to assure proper completion of all court ordered or agency requirements.
Knowledge of standard policies and procedures of MCCC, the local judicial process, and local service providers. Knowledge of evidence based practices and motivational interviewing. Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing, with participants and their supporters as well as members of the criminal justice system in a courteous manner.
Working basic knowledge of computer operations and standard software applications. Ability to operate standard office equipment. Legally qualified to operate a motor vehicle.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of agency information. Ability to work irregular and/or extended hours as requested by supervisor. Ability to follow all personnel policies and rules of the agency.
Ability to maintain accurate and complete statistical and client records. Must be able to prepare written documents that are correct in format, conforming to all rules of punctuation, grammar, diction, and style. Ability to comprehend and correctly use a variety of informational documents including criminal records, psychological and medical reports, and other reports and records.
Ability to work effectively in a fast paced office environment. Ability to handle a degree of stress as a result of working with what may be difficult clients and the ability to deal with them effectively and decisively. Must be available for 24 hour on call duties on a rotating basis. Must be 21 years of age.
While supervising a caseload of residential or electronic monitoring clients a Community Supervision Manager meets regularly with the client in the office and community as home or employment visits are conducted. Community Supervision Managers exercise authority by determining those instances when non-compliance is sufficient to take to a supervisor which could result in a violation being submitted to the sentencing court. The Community Supervision Manager also has the authority to offer recommendations to the supervisor and/or court in instances of non-compliance.
The Recovery Specialist administers the collection process after loans of less than $10,000 are charged off, utilizing third party collection agencies, legal remedies and negotiation skills to facilitate any recovery possible. This role works directly with the Account Resolutions Manager to identify options for mitigating losses through increased recovery.
Utilizes skip tracing methods to locate borrowers or guarantors responsible for charged off balances
Reviews loan documentation to prepare court filings
Utilizes the Small Claims Court process as a collection method on qualified charged off accounts; attends court hearings and communicates with the appropriate parties related to claims
Pursues legal collection process for all types of judgments and maintains a portfolio of active cases and collection efforts
Utilizes collection software for case identification, documentation of collection activity, and recoveries
Communicates professionally and effectively with Attorneys, Judges and other people involved the legal aspects of the collection process
Presents reasonably negotiated resolutions to management for approval
Files appropriate paperwork as necessary during bankruptcy proceedings
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience
High school diploma or GED and at least 1 year of collections, lending, and/or skip tracing experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Prior exposure to consumer debt collection law preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Must be bondable by a credit union.
Software & Equipment Requirements
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of and be proficient in the use of a personal computer; MS Office software (especially Word and Excel); 10-key calculator and telephone. Prior experience with collection systems (preferably Akcelerant) preferred.
This position requires strong negotiation skills, attention to detail, and professionalism.
This position is located in our offices at Parmer Lane and MoPac Expressway (Loop 1). Click here to view the location.
Starting pay for this position is generally between $11.37 and $14.21 per hour, depending on experience.
Amplify offers employees many benefits, including: medical/dental/vision insurance, flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care, company-provided life and disability insurance, 401(k) plan with matching contributions, fully funded pension plan, profit sharing, paid time off, paid time off to volunteer in the community, paid holidays, discounted gym membership, on site gym, on site massages, tuition reimbursement, and a friendly, open work environment. To learn more about our benefits, click here or on the Benefits link in our career site.
Team Member Testimonials
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Equal Employment Opportunity
AMPLIFY is committed to providing equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, genetics, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
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