Margin Clerk I Job Description Sample
Senior Analyst, Sales & Margin Analytics
Senior Analyst, Sales & Margin Analytics
We are looking to add a data driven, detail-oriented Senior Analyst, Sales & Margin Analytics to our growing Merchandise Finance team who will forecast, analyze and report on our top-line and margin results for Total Wine & More. He/she will thrive in a stimulating environment while providing decision support to finance, marketing and merchandising management. This role will require interfacing and working with many departments in the company, making this position a great opportunity to learn many aspects of the business while putting your retail finance and analytical skills to work. Total Wine & More's growth remains consistent, causing our company to be an entrepreneurial and invigorating place for a team member to forge his/her own path.
Assist in the design and development of financial models and databases;
Use various software packages (SQL, Excel, PowerPoint, Power BI others) to assemble data and generate accurate reports and presentations;
Support merchandising by analyzing category sales and gross margins;
Support marketing by analyzing promotional activity and assist in refining of our promotional programs;
Partner with Merchandising and Marketing VPs to understand business trends and discuss upcoming sales and margin driving activities;
Participate in weekly sales review meeting to review sales and margin variance to budget and discuss root cause and action plans;
Perform financial analysis of business units, projects and/or programs;
Other ad-hoc reports and analysis as assigned
Minimum Experience, Skills and Education:
Three to seven years of experience as financial or data analyst, or consultant; and strong academic record
Undergraduate degree in Finance, Economics, Business, or related field
Advanced MS Excel Skills
Strong data and financial analysis skills
Preferred Experience, Skills and Education:
Experience in multi-unit retail/consumer products industry
Experience with SQL and/or Access
Effective communication skills, written and oral
Strong attention to detail in producing deliverables, establishing priorities and meeting deadlines
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS (with or without accommodations):
About Total Wine & More
Total Wine & More is America's Wine Superstore®—the country's largest independent retailer of fine wine. We started in 1991 when brothers David and Robert Trone opened two wine stores in Delaware. Today, our typical store carries more than 8,000 wines from every wine-producing region in the world. In addition, Total Wine & More carries more than 2,500 beers, from America's most popular beers to hard-to-find microbrews and imports, and more than 3,000 different spirits from every price range and category.
Our strength is our people. We are always looking for motivated, talented team members who are interested in working for a company with entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for providing best-in-class service. Our retail stores and corporate office (called the Store Support Center) provide opportunities for career growth and advancement. Offering competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits for qualifying positions, we strive to ensure that all Team Members feel that they are a part of the business, as they are valuable resources to our customers, co-workers, and communities.
Drug Free Workplace
Margin & Pricing Analyst
Loads and maintains region and local pricing, including specific customer pricing agreements. Serves as the primary regional contact for margin and price initiatives, working with Region Sales and Home Office Pricing teams.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1.Develops a knowledge and understanding of the terms and conditions of customer's distribution agreements.
2.Provides margin and pricing guidance to sales teammates based on customer distribution agreements and company margin and pricing guideline.
3.Loads and maintains regional and local pricing as defined in the terms of the customer distribution agreements or company pricing and margin guidelines.
4.Runs analytics on price change requests to assure compliance to margin requirements and to meet margin goals.
5.Prices updates for company branded product launches: includes margin calculations, price loads and maintenance for region and local customers; provides reporting to maintain price and margin accuracy.
6.Maintains required forms/schedules as defined in customer distribution agreements to include overseeing all region and local customer adds' and changes.
7.Assists with evaluation and development of data mining tools related to margin and pricing components needed for price maintenance, margin enhancement initiatives, analytics and compliance.
8.Provides support for compliance initiatives including follow-up reporting involving extracting and consolidating data from multiple databases.
9.Provides ad-hoc reporting margin management and sales projects as required.
SUPPLEMENTAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1.Performs additional duties as directed.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Two year Associate's Degree in Accounting or Business Studies required; Bachelor's Degree preferred
Four or more years of applicable experience
Or a combination of education and experience to meet the above requirements
Experience with contracts or pricing administration preferred
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Excellent attention to detail required
Profient in information systems, data management and/or reporting required
Ability to work under structured supervision, independently, and as a part of a team
Basic understanding of margins and margin trends
Task coordination and project management skills
Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to perform in a dual reporting relationship
Strong data management skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrated experience and leadership in managing comprehensive strategic marketing programs to advance an organization's strategy and goals
- Ability to work various shifts or extended hours on occasion
Sr. Financial Analyst, Strategic Finance - Gross Margin Management## New York
Sr. Financial Analyst, Strategic Finance - Gross Margin Management
Brand: Estée Lauder Companies
Reporting to the Manager of Strategic Finance-Gross Margin Management and working closely with brand FP&A, the primary function of this position is to drive strategies and tactics aimed at delivering margin objectives while promoting sustainable, profitable growth for the Specialty brands. The position partners with brand management and cross-functionally to impart the profitable management of new and existing products including a focus on SKU Profitability, SKU Rationalization and portfolio management.
Spearhead the New Product Costing Process in the La Mer, Bobbi Brown and Jo Malone brands. Liaise with brand management, Global Marketing and the brands' functional teams to launch innovative products that meet strategic profitability objectives.
Partner with the Global Marketing teams to develop accurate cost estimates for new product launches and limited life offerings. Contribute to improving the accuracy and timing of cost estimates.
Collaborate with Global Marketing and the brands' functional teams for the purpose of achieving the optimal costs for new products while maintaining brand equity and innovation.
Provide early margin impact analyses on new products at a regional and global level and prior to any purchase commitments being made. Work closely with Global Marketing to improve profitability on products that don't meet corporation and brand targets.
Perform Strategic Planning and "What if Scenarios" involving current/future year COG impacts of new product scenarios.
Collaborate with brand FP&A, Global Marketing and Global Business Planning on SKU Profitability and SKU Rationalization processes for new and existing products with the objective of maximizing portfolio profitability and product mix.
Contribute to the development of return-on-investment (ROI) modeling for new launches in coordination with brand FP&A, Global Business Planning and Global Marketing.
Act as business partner to the brands by performing various special projects and analytics to provide insights that spur effective decision-making.
Contribute guidance, information and analyses to the Global Brands during their annual Strategy and Plan development.
Bachelor's degree in Finance/Accounting
3 years experience in FP&A or Strategic Planning role with emphasis on product costing and/or analytics
Advanced Microsoft Excel skills; experience with SAP and Tableau a plus
Highly analytical and detailed-oriented; ability to persuade and steer decision-making
Team player with strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills
Job: Finance & Accounting
Primary Location: Americas-US-NY-New York
Job Type: Standard
Shift: 1st (Day) Shift
We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Job Number: 190686
Private Banking Operations - Margin Control Associate - Wealth Management Operations
Morgan Stanley (MS) is a global financial services firm that conducts its business through three principal business segments Institutional Securities, Wealth Management (WM), and Asset Management. The WM network includes more than 15,000 Financial Advisors (FAs) with total client assets of over $2 trillion.
WM provides comprehensive financial advice and services to its clients including brokerage, investment advisory, financial and wealth planning, credit & lending, deposits & cash management, annuities, insurance, retirement and trust services. MS is an industry leader in securities based lending. Private Banking Operations (PBO) is an organization that supports this effort. PBO is seeking a high quality Associate to be a part of our Margin Control team that supports the Private Banking Operations organization.
The National Margin Department and Control Area ensure all rules and regulations are adhered to, and Risk to Morgan Stanley is minimized. The National Margin Department monitors Billions of dollars in Margin Loans, and ensures the proper lending capabilities are offered to all our clients versus their securities. The Private Bank Operations (PBO) Margin Control Team is responsible for monitoring and reporting of accounts and activities to ensure compliance with Firm and Regulatory policies.
The candidate will be responsible for the following:
Verify and process daily reports
Confirm margin call satisfaction with Ops groups and consolidate commentary for daily reporting
Validate call amounts and due days for internal and regulatory filings
Ensure that requests for an extension of time on trade settlements are properly filed with FINRA
Oversee control functions performed by offshore teams to ensure accuracy and completeness
Ensure that escalation procedures are followed
Provide necessary information for auditors during federal, state, and internal exams
Identify existing and potential risk, and work with other areas to minimize or eliminate the risk
Intermediate working knowledge of Outlook, Word, and Excel
Ability to create, modify, and troubleshoot Excel Macros
Working knowledge of SharePoint
Proven proficiency in problem resolution and demonstrated initiative
Excellent organizational / time management skills to succeed in a high-pressure / fast paced environment
Professional oral and written communication skills
Superior attention to detail
Strong research / analytical, and math skills
Able to prioritize and multi-task
Process automation/VBA/SQL capabilities strongly preferred
Experienced background in securities-based lending preferred
Bachelors degree; business or economics degree preferred
Inter. Rep, Client Processing- Disclosed Margin
Client Processing - S4Applies expertise and judgement in providing quality, and occasionally complex client service and support to internal and external clients on a daily basis, including phone interaction, problem resolution, transaction processing (i.e., STP, manual), reconciliations and accounting services, and updates to client accounts in a timely manner.Performs a variety of operational tasks in a product or functional area, including processing updates to client accounts or company records and interpreting and handling exceptions. Investigates and corrects errors in client accounts.
Conducts independent analysis and policy interpretation. Responsible for reconciliations, including reconciling cash breaks, position differences, and gathering and compiling data.Serves as the primary point of contact for clients and executes all correspondent requisites in a timely and accurate manner with an understanding of the underlying business and specific client needs.Maintains correspondent accounts in accordance with applicable regulations and policies, ensuring regulatory compliance and minimizing exposure related to assigned processing tasks.Accurately opens and updates accounts or company records. Works closely with technology and systems teams to ensure the system is efficient and incorporates any necessary risk mitigations.Provides product knowledge, market nuances and requirements and technical assistance, as necessary.May review and check work of other Client Processing Support staff and help resolve escalated issues.No direct reports.
Provides guidance to less experienced Client Processing Support staff, as needed.Responsible for the quality and completion of own work. Qualifications High school/secondary school or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Bachelors degree preferred. 3-5 years of total work experience preferred. Experience in brokerage processing preferred.
For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors throughout the investment lifecycle. BNY Mellon can act as a single point of contact for clients looking to create, trade, hold, manage, service, distribute or restructure investments & safeguards nearly one-fifth of the world's financial assets.
BNY Mellon remains one of the safest, most trusted and admired companies. Every day our employees make their mark by helping clients better manage and service their financial assets around the world. Whether providing financial services for institutions, corporations or individual investors, clients count on the people of BNY Mellon across time zones and in 35 countries and more than 100 markets.
It's the collective ambition, innovative thinking and exceptionally focused client service paired with a commitment to doing what is right that continues to set us apart. Make your mark: bnymellon.com/careers.
Pershing provides critical business process, financial and technology solutions for financial organizations around the globe. We operate behind the scenes to power transformational change for broker-dealers, registered investment advisors, independent financial advisers, hedge fund and '40 Act fund managers and individual investors.
We strive to be innovators, developing open architecture technology and financial solutions to support our customers' growth. We advocate on behalf of our customers and help them respond to regulatory reform and drive positive outcomes for our industry and investors. From our core business as an industry-leading trade execution, clearing and custody provider, we have evolved into a global multifaceted firm that provides investment solutions, forward-thinking technology-driven efficiencies, practice management and service excellence.
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
Primary Location: United States-New Jersey-Jersey City
Internal Jobcode: 70610
Job: Customer/Client Service
Organization: Pershing Domestic-HR06431
Requisition Number: 1818851
Location: Mt. Sterling, IL Department: Accounting/Pricing Reports To: Pricing Manager
Your Role: As a member of the Pricing team, the margin analyst interacts with many Dot departments, such as business development, customer service and replenishment, as well as our manufacturer partners. You will play a key role in the profitability of our financial programs, including active gross margin management of 80 manufacturer programs, on average. Additionally, you will work with other team members to meet individual and team deadlines and objectives.
Implement manufacturer and Dot-driven pricing changes.
Manage the on-going accuracy of financial programs through daily review of margin reports and research of any potential problems
Proactively communicate any pricing changes to our sales teams and customers.
Facilitate the set-up of new items, including item master data, product descriptions and financial programs.
Applies lean thinking and tools to identify and eliminate waste in all areas of the position.
We Need You To Have:
Strong analytical skills
The ability to manage multiple priorities that are independently and team driven
The ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
We'd Like You To Have:
Strong verbal and written communication skills
The ability to problem solve
What Can Dot Offer You?
As a family-owned and -operated company for the past 55 years, Dot Foods has created a strong family culture within the business. As a vital part of that family unit, we want to ensure you feel included and respected for any differing ideas. We appreciate those opinions and count on them to make us successful. In addition to an inclusive working environment, we will provide you with:
A collaborate, team-based environment
Competitive benefits, including health, profit sharing and 401(k)
Family ownership that values employees and has a history of success
Significant advancement opportunities
Safety: This position assumes responsibility for the workplace safety of self and co-workers, and for the safety conditions of the work locations, exercise and promotes safe behaviors and show unyielding support of programs, rules and policies regarding safety.
EOE/AA Employer: Dot believes all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities. Dot will not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status or other basic classes protected by applicable federal or state law provided they are qualified for employment or for existing positions.
Manufacturing Cost And Margin Analyst
Make your mark. Our management consulting team focuses on our clients' critical business needs. From strategy to operations and everything in between, our integrated solution approach is designed to help enable and manage growth, leverage resources, and mitigate costs and risks. At Plante Moran, we have a privilege of serving clients and providing consultative services as they face challenges and seek new opportunities.
Your work will include, but not be limited to:
Assist with development of cost and margin information for clients to support strategic and operations decisions. Includes:
Assessment of accuracy, completeness and appropriateness of existing cost and margin information
Development of costing and estimating/quoting models
Product, customer, channel cost and margin analysis
ERP cost system and data improvement, including production standards and reporting
Participate in client meetings and site visits while interacting with top-level management to acquire and assess important information to support improved cost and margin information
Analyze financial statements to determine sustainability of performance and evaluate assumptions inherent in client business plans
Assist with financial and operational assessments of clients
Development and review of financial forecasts and other financial models
Bachelors' Degree in business related field required including: Accounting, Economics, Finance or Supply Chain Management.
1 to 3 years' experience in manufacturing industry preferred.
Excel/spreadsheet savvy. Experience with data mining and reporting tools (i.e. Tableau, Python, SQL) a plus.
Technology skills required to work with firm systems, including: MS Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
Frequent travel, with approximately 30% - 50% overnight travel.
We are a nationally recognized public accounting, consulting, and wealth management firm, consistently ranked as one of FORTUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For," and "20 Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services." At Plante Moran, we live by the Golden Rule, fostering a relatively "jerk-free" culture with the lowest staff turnover rate in the industry. Our supportive network of well-rounded professionals is excited to catapult your growth and help pave your pathway to professional excellence.
Apply now. Make your mark.
This is an exempt position, so you may have to work hours that exceed the standard 40-hour work week.
Plante Moran is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workplace.
Interested applicants must submit their resume for consideration using our applicant tracking system. Due to the high volume of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship, with the exception of candidates that are bilingual in Japanese and English. Unsolicited resumes from search firms or employment agencies, or similar, will not be paid a fee and become the property of Plante Moran.
The specific statements above are not intended to be all-inclusive.
Shoprite - Seafood Clerk
We are living our Purpose
To Care Deeply about People, Helping them to Eat Well and Be Happy. This Purpose guides everything we do and is why we are in business. We are using our service priorities
Safety, Friendliness, Presentation, and Efficiency to help us make decisions at work every day and are critical to the success of our business goals.
To deliver great customer experience while maintaining and operating the Seafood Department; to prepare and pack out fresh and frozen seafood according to Company and department standards.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
The minimum required qualifications for this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Ability to proficiently read, write, speak, analyze, interpret, and understand the English language.
Ability to work with a wide variety of fresh, dried and/or processed products including shellfish, spices and powered substances without negative allergic consequences.
Ability to tolerate dust and chemical agents during routine housekeeping duties.
Ability to perform basic math.
Ability to stand/walk for the duration of a scheduled shift.
Ability to stand, bend, twist, reach, push, pull and regularly lift 25lbs., and occasionally lift 50 lbs.
Ability to interact with Customers in a friendly and helpful way.
Ability to work cooperatively with others.
Ability to work all assigned work schedules and comply with all time and attendance policies.
Essential Job Functions:
Performance of these functions requires the Associate to possess the minimum qualifications listed above. The essential functions of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Greet all Customers and provide them with prompt, courteous service and assistance.
Follow approved procedures for receiving, code-dating, preparing, storing, price-marking, scaling, and restocking products to ensure quality protection, accuracy and product rotation.
Be knowledgeable in and able to differentiate between all various types of seafood and related merchandise including taste, preparation, method of use, and price differences between varieties of similar classes of products (i.e. different types of shrimp, scallops, etc.).
Contribute to controlling freshness and quality of product.
Handle damaged and spoiled products according to Company policy and assist in controlling the level of damaged goods.
Check refrigeration equipment for proper performance regularly; report any failures immediately.
Calculate, if necessary, product gross margins and retail prices.
Be familiar with recording of invoices on receiving logs and checking for accuracy.
Maintain a clean, neat, organized and safe work environment.
Clean and sanitize all work surfaces, utensils and equipment in accordance with Department of Sanitation and QA standards.
Keep floor clear of debris and spills.
Utilize and maintain equipment as required by department; report any equipment problems immediately.
Perform duties in accordance with the Company's HAZCOM program and adhere to manufacturer's label instructions for the safe and proper use of all chemical products.
Perform all duties in accordance with Local, State and Federal regulations as they pertain to the Seafood operation.
Regularly lift, pull, push and rotate merchandise that weights 25 lbs., and that occasionally weights up to 50 lbs.
Understand and adhere to all Country of Origin Label (C.O.O.L.) regulations for all products in the Seafood Department.
Unload trucks and transport merchandise to Seafood Department that weights 25 lbs., and that occasionally weights up to 50 lbs.
Check prices and be knowledgeable about location of items in the store.
Promote for sale any current charitable promotions to Customers.
Stand at work station for duration of scheduled shift, which may exceed 8 hours per day.
Understand and adhere to Company shrink guidelines as relates to Seafood Department operations.
Perform all duties in accordance with Company rules, policies, safety requirements, and security standards and all Local, State and Federal health and civil code regulations.
Dress and groom according to Company policy including uniform, name badge and hat or hair restraint requirements.
Perform duties in accordance with QA hand washing standards and use disposable gloves when handling food.
Complete all applicable department training programs.
Perform all duties in accordance with all ShopRite Service Priorities (Safety, Friendliness, Presentation, and Efficiency).
Maintain punctual and regular attendance.
Work overtime as assigned.
Work cooperatively with others.
Must be 18 years or older to operate balers, hi-lo's, power jacks, and slicing machines.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Important Disclaimer Notice:
The above statements are only intended to represent the essential job functions and general nature of the work being performed and are not exhaustive of the tasks that an Associate may be required to perform. The employer reserves the right to revise this job description at any time and to require Associates to perform other tasks as circumstances or conditions of its business, competitive considerations, or the work environment change. This job description is not a guarantee of employment.
Logistics Clerk - Receiving Clerk
Receiving Clerk - Logistics Admin
Receive all materials into SAP.
Coordinate with customers and logistics to arrange for returns of empty tanks.
Generate BOLs and maintain database to track ship status.
Follow up on all internal inquiries on receiving.
File and maintain all paperwork related to receiving. Log in and deliver all mail/parcel deliveries.
Print out documents, forms and procedures for receiving. Maintain inventory database for raw materials.
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Kelly Services is an equal opportunity employer including, but not limited to, Minorities, Females, Individuals with Disabilities, Protected Veterans, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law.
Court Clerk I Or Court Clerk II
Under minimal supervision, performs highly responsible work in coordinating and carrying out responsibilities involving assigned causes of action. Makes independent decisions, organizes and prioritizes workload and performs detailed and complex legal procedures associated with the receipt, review, and filing of court documents. Serves as conduit for flow of work to and from assigned court. Reviews and analyzes legal documents, indexes documents by applying appropriate category codes and scans documents into electronic imaging systems. Prepares and issues a variety of legal documents. Assesses fees and performs cashier duties. Assists the public and acts as a liaison between the departments, courts, other agencies and the public. Assists judges in jury selection and other court activities. Reviews work of others. May function as County/District Clerk/Justice of the Peace representative directly supporting the Judges.
These are court clerical-related job classifications within the Administrative Support job family. Incumbents perform complex duties. This classification is distinguished from Court Clerk I in that incumbents routinely perform the majority of their work in a court setting, function as lead workers or have regular supervisory duties. This classification is distinguished from Court Clerk II Lead in that the primary responsibility is not that of supervisor and incumbents typically do not act as subject area experts.
Duties and Responsibilities
Independently processes court documents such as petitions, indictments or complaints initiating a court case in accordance with statutory requirements and enters data into the case tracking system with the appropriate codes. Notifies appropriate authorities of filing when required by law.
Prepares and issues citations, writs (attachment, habeas corpus, execution, sequestration, supersedes) abstracts of judgment, capiases, warrants, injunctions, protective orders, subpoenas, restraining orders, and notices according to statutes, rules or court orders. May perform accounting related duties, such as calculating judgment amounts, preparing bills of cost, issuing writs of execution and abstracts of judgment.
Responds to legal and administrative inquiries by clients. Prepares legal documents in the adjudication and disposition of cases for judge's signature. Reviews orders signed by judge to determine further action required. Follows through on action. Receives and processes exhibits to be filed, follows through on orders for consolidation, severance or transfer. May coordinate mental health commitments with other agencies and officers of the court.
Conducts review of legal documents submitted, including those submitted electronically. Determines the legal and factual issues presented and dockets the filing into the case tracking system with the appropriate code structure. Organizes, bar codes, and scans documents into the document imaging system. Indexes each document by entering the appropriate category codes and descriptions so that documents can be retrieved quickly using a variety of data elements. Performs quality verification procedures on scanned documents prepared by co-workers. Inspects proposed orders and court records for correctness before submitting to judge.
Prepares appeals, including accepting bonds, and submits them to the Appellate Court. May process, execute and distribute judgments, opinions and mandates from Appellate Court. May maintain bond forfeiture lists, submit files to court for certification by judge, process warrant requests and issuance of warrants, and maintain bond forfeiture lists for missing case files, including continuing to research location of missing case files.
Prepares, assembles, processes or maintains a variety of reports, logs, forms and official documents generated from court proceedings, such as minutes, abstracts, rulings, orders, criminal commitments, statistics and reports. Makes certified copies, uses appropriate legal terminology and format, ensures all necessary items/paperwork are available, submits orders for judge's signature and/or copies, files and distributes documents, as required. Acts as liaison. Maintains assigned courtroom schedule. Tracks cases submitted to the court. Maintains control of and acts as custodian of exhibits. Reviews orders and filings. May operate electronic courtroom equipment under direction of judge.
Assists the judge in the jury selection process. Maintains jury records and records excuses and strikes. Establishes and manages communication system with jurors assigned to court.
May prepare statistical data for monthly report transmission. Develops data quality internal controls. Monitors and audits data. Analyzes changing business needs and their impact on various processes. Develops and designs statistical reports to track data.
May serve as a trainer. Trains subordinate staff in court operations, procedures and policies. Develops, coordinates and conducts employee training and career development courses. Arranges for outside training and evaluates training received.
May serve as a lead employee. Supervises, monitors, prioritizes and makes decisions on workload distribution. Reviews employee work for timeliness and accuracy. Keeps division manager informed of significant work issues.
May serve as a liaison or primary point of contact with defendants, plaintiffs, families, judges, court personnel, Constable's Officers, attorneys, County and District Attorney's Office, law enforcement agencies, interested parties, and the general public regarding status, disposition, pending actions of individual cases and parties' actions. Assists public and departments on office policy and procedures. Responds to legal and administrative inquiries. Takes initial steps to resolve citizen complaints and ensures department policies and procedures are met.
Attends docket call, court hearings and trials, as required by the court. Routes daily scheduled assigned causes of action on the docket to the courtroom and returns same to the County/District Clerk's office. Reviews documents submitted in court and determines case impact and makes appropriate notations. Reviews and verifies orders signed by a judge to determine required action and follows through on actions, such as orders for consolidation, severance, or transfers and conducts research on cases, as required by the judge.
Reviews and verifies case documents, makes appropriate notations, processes documents and files for data entry and issues. Enters case dispositions into computer to ensure proper tracking by affected agencies. Reviews additional court case documents to determine and follow through on action.
May determine the number of cases that will require payment agreement preparation. Negotiates contract/pay agreements with individual parties to determine the amount of court costs. Assesses fees, receives payments and performs as cashier. Makes daily and monthly reports to reconcile receipts.
May work with representatives of Sheriff's Department, County Attorney's Office, and officials in other counties, court masters, attorneys and hospital representatives in processing Mental Health commitment cases. Creates court hearing docket. Attends commitment and other mental health hearings to record the proceedings and to issue court legal documents for release or to authorize commitment or treatment.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
Court Clerk I: Salary range: $32,345.17 to $39,623.17 Annually
Associate's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration or a directly related field AND (two) 2 years years of responsible administrative and clerical experience, including working knowledge of legal procedures, terminology, the court system and customer service, and including some experience working in and supporting a court system;
Court Clerk II: Salary range: $37,024.00 to $46,280.00 Annually
Associate's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration or a directly related field AND (four) 4 years years of responsible administrative and clerical experience, including working knowledge of legal procedures, terminology, the court system and customer service, and including some experience working in and supporting a court system;
Any combination of education and experience that has been achieved and is equivalent to the stated education and experience and required knowledge, skills, and abilities sufficient to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of this job.
Licenses, Registrations, Certifications, or Special
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Criminal justice system policies and procedures.
Legal terminology, principles, procedures, documents and forms.
Office procedures and protocol.
Scanning equipment and document control.
County Court at Law Systems.
Appeal process from lower courts.
Criminal justice procedures to handle bond forfeiture cases.
Business letter writing, grammar and punctuation, and report preparation.
May be required to develop knowledge of and adhere to federal and state laws requiring the confidential handling of certain health information.
Analyzing legal documents.
Coordinating the review and processing of legal documents.
Calculating and collecting money.
Communicating with attorneys or judges related to case information.
Monitoring, scheduling and assigning work.
Operating a variety of modern office equipment, including a computer.
Both verbal and written communication.
Compile and generate reports.
Effectively monitor work flow.
Interpret and process legal data.
Operate complex databases.
Work under minimal direction.
Make independent decisions based on the requirement of statutes, policies and procedures.
Handle high volumes of detail-oriented work and to delegate.
Handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Effectively deal with dissatisfied customers.
Prioritize and work independently.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with County employees and officials, judges, attorneys, representatives of outside agencies, and the general public.
Work Environment & Other Information
Physical requirements include the ability to lift/carry up to 20-50 pounds occasionally, visual acuity, speech and hearing, hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer and office equipment. Subject to sitting, client/customer contact, standing, walking, vision to monitor, repetitive motion, stooping/kneeling, squatting, bending, and reaching to perform the essential functions. Extended periods of time at the computer entering data. Subject to heavy workloads, time schedules, deadlines and office interpersonal management duties, and walking to courtroom and outside walking. Transporting file folders to courtroom.
This job description is intended to be generic in nature. It is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. The essential duties, functions and responsibilities and overtime eligibility may vary based on the specific tasks assigned to the position.
Work Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Monday through Friday
Works some nights and weekends
Department: Justice of Peace 3
Location: 8656 Hwy. 71, Austin
Criminal, Driving, Education and Employment Background Check Required.
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