Caseflow Managers

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Municipal Court of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia

Summary: The purpose of this position is to manage a variety of functions associated with the effective case flow management operations of the Court. This position provides strategic and operations management support and reports to top department executives.

Duties: Supervising staff; directing court-related activities, developing policy and procedural guidelines, and providing training for Court employees.

Minimum Qualifications :Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice and/or Management and three or more years of progressively responsible court operations or related experience in a lead, supervisory, or management role. Supervision experience in court environment is preferred. Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides a requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job will be considered.

Salary : $54,700-91,100(2015)


Minnesota Judicial Branch

Summary: The Second Judicial District is seeking to fill two Court Referee positions. These positions are appointed by the Chief Judge and serve at the pleasure of the Judges of the Second Judicial District. The Second Judicial District uses a combined jurisdiction case management system. These positions will be assigned the Juvenile and Family Division. Domestic abuse, harassment and child protection matters will also be a part of these assignments with an expectation that other case types may be included in the future.

Duties: Hears contested and uncontested cases, trial, and motions, and hearings as assigned. Instructs parties and witnesses as to their rights, questions witnesses, inquires as to the causes for which the persons are brought before the court, rules on objections to evidence, evaluates evidence, makes decisions on factual and legal questions, prepares findings and orders regarding the disposition of cases, completes and prepares documents for a judge’s signature, confers with attorneys and the public in regard to court matters, performs legal research as required.

Minimum Qualifications :Admission to the Bar of the State of Minnesota and at least five years of progressive legal experience as a practicing Attorney or Judicial Officer with strong emphasis on family law preferred. The ideal candidate will be fair, impartial, and sensitive to the needs of the diverse population the Court serves, work well under pressure with demonstrated time-management and problem-solving skills, be detail oriented, foster cooperation and possess excelling interpersonal skills, and be well versed in technology used by the court and able to effectively manage a caseload with minimal staff support.

Salary : $59.26 per hour (2015)