The primary function of this position is to review and identify the data from court records for input into a court management system. Performs related clerical duties in maintenance of the court management system.Back to Job ListingsApply Now
Deputy Administrator of Program Operations
Level 16 $16.94, Level 17- $17.79, Level 18- $18.68
- Provides principal court support to the Tribal Judicial System including Trial and Appellate Courts.
- Aid and answer questions regarding the court procedures, policies, case status and court records to the tribal membership and public conducting business with the tribal court.
- Issues subpoenas, notices, warrants, summons, TPOs and the Court dockets.
- Presides during court hearings.
- Serves as a liaison to the Court System personnel.
- Responsible for program compliance including the completion of narrative and statistical reports.
- Prepare and sort source documents, identify and interpret data to be entered.
- Generate and/or continue utilization of a logical and physical court information database.
- Analyze data processing requirements to plan a data processing system that will provide system capabilities required for projected workloads and plan layout of database.
- Enter specified court data into the database on a computer terminal to store, retrieve, and manipulate data for reporting
- Review source documents to ensure completeness and appropriateness prior to data entry
- Read notes, instructions and compare information with printouts to detect errors and ensure completeness and conformity with established policies and procedures.
- Perform a variety of related tasks such as logging and maintaining statistical data, keeping records processing report requests formatting, and generating routine reports.
- Enter complaint/citation information and track/manage default judgements including payments arrangements with payer and notify the court of non-compliance.
- Prepare and manage collections spreadsheet for outstanding fines/fees owed.
- Store and archive digital hearings from court sessions
- Answer incoming phone calls
- Participate in meetings, in-service training, staff development and other professional growth activities as required.
- Manage and maintain budget and court expenditures
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- High School Diploma or GED equivalent is required.
- 2 years Legal experience Paralegal background will take preference.
- Must be able to compose letters and orders for the Tribal Judge from the outlines and oral directives given from the bench.
- Proficient in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and composition skills.
- Must be organized and task oriented.
- Able to type with a high degree of accuracy.
- Must be computer literate with working knowledge of Windows, Word Perfect, Word, Excel, and Access as well as, general office equipment.
- Must maintain a level of Strict Confidentiality is required.
- Pass pre-employment drug screen and complete background investigation.
- Possess a valid Nevada driver’s license.
- Able to lift 40lbs or more.