AOPC - Problem-Solving Courts Analyst (22-29)
April 29, 2022
Judicial District Operations and Programs
$55,423 - $65,705
This is professional judicial program work assisting the Problem-Solving Court Program Administrator in coordinating the policies and procedures, management, and implementation of problem-solving courts throughout the Commonwealth.
- Develops and plans trainings specific to veterans treatment courts, including identifying training needs and trainers, designing conference content and curriculum, and interacting with veterans treatment court coordinators statewide.
- Maintains information on veterans treatment courts in the Commonwealth, including related descriptive information and points of contact.
- Maintains and updates content on the PA Vet Court App and acts as the main point of contact with the vendor.
- Develops and provides technical resources to both operational problem-solving courts and courts in planning.
- Develops and maintains relationships with problem-solving court coordinators through regular outreach and site visits.
- Acts as the liaison to the Veterans Justice Outreach Specialists and other veterans-related groups.
- Assists with the administration of the Problem-Solving Court grant program.
- Assists with the accreditation process of treatment courts, which may include interviewing team members and writing reports.
- Responds to inquiries from the field and within AOPC on the operation of problem-solving courts.
- Develops training materials, including PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and other written documentation.
- 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 professional analytical work in program analysis.
- An equivalent combination of education, experience, and / or training may be considered.
- Strong oral and written communication, presentation, organizational, and interpersonal skills required.
- Satisfactory criminal background check required.
- A valid driver’s license.
- Occasional overnight, statewide and out-of-state travel required.
- Ability to maintain a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Problem-Solving and Juvenile Courts Information System (PAJCIS), and other technology necessary to manage projects and complete work tasks required.
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