Jury Supervisors

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Clark County, District Court. Las Vegas, NV

Duties: Plans, organizes, schedules, assigns, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of assigned support staff. Recommends selection of staff; trains staff in work procedures; administers discipline as required. Plans goals, objectives, procedures and work standards for the unit; provides input into the unit's budget. Oversees the maintenance of an automated database of potential jurors; directs the random selection and assignment of jurors to the appropriate court proceeding. Screens jurors regarding qualifications and ability to serve; excuses jurors for good cause; maintains records regarding excuse of service. Checks-in jurors and conducts orientation sessions for jurors; answers inquiries regarding jury service from prospective jurors, employers and other interested parties. Researches and resolves complaints regarding the jury service process; testifies in court as required. Provides written or verbal validation of juror reporting and serving. Maintains liaison with and coordinates jury provision activities with court personnel, judges, criminal justice agencies and other organizations. Assists with the selection process for the Grand Jury as assigned; prepares reports and budget documentation for the Grand Jury as required. Maintains records and prepares vouchers for payment for jury service. Reviews laws and codes regarding jury selection and assignment; recommends and implements procedural changes as required. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Prepares, maintains or directs the maintenance of accurate records and files. Prepares periodic and special reports related to the work of the unit; writes correspondence, jury procedures, manuals and other materials. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work.

Qualifications: H.S. graduate and four years of full-time experience in providing support to professional staff in a court or legal office setting.

Salary: $44,720 - $69,284


Superior Court of New Jersey, Jury Manager, Middlesex Vicinage. New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Middlesex Vicinage is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic executive for the Trial Court Services Division. Under the direction of the Court Executive 2b (Assistant Trial Court Administrator/Operations Division Manager), the selected individual will assist in managing the daily operations of the Jury Management Unit.

Duties: Responsibilities communicate judiciary policies and procedures to clients and customers; facilitate staff or team decision making process; instruct staff or team members on work related matters; plan implementation of projects or programs; confer with judges and managers regarding divisional needs and pending cases; confer with members of a case management team for program management; recommend improvements in operating procedures and administrative practices; compile statistical data on workload volume and unit expenditures, personnel actions, fixed assets and equipment; maintain personnel and attendance records for staff; supervise employees; evaluate the performance of staff; mentor and coach staff and provide direction and feedback; participate in team or work unit meetings; and other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree. Three years of increasingly responsible administrative experience, one of which shall have included experience in planning, organizing, and coordinating program or case related activities.

Salary: $56,756-$101,992


Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County. Phoenix, AZ

Summary: This position performs complex managerial work overseeing the Jury Office which services four Superior Court locations, including the summoning and follow-up support for 25 Justice of the Peace Courts, 14 Municipal Courts and state and county grand juries for a total of 44 Maricopa County Courts.

Duties: Responsible for professional and administrative functions in the jury office. Administer summoning process for petit and grand jurors. Supervise creation of jury pools. Analyze and calculate jury summons orders. Process jury payroll. Hand jurors’ requests for postponements and excusals. Process ALT-F reimbursements. Process and administer warrants corrections, IGA’s, Merge/Purge, Elections/Motor Voter records, and technology records. Compile statistical data generated from the Agile Jury system. Analyze and establish weekly, monthly and annual report formats for administrative distribution and publication. Establish recordkeeping systems including staff performance, desk operations,, and other statistical mapping of staff production. Communicate with judges, jurors, and staff. Update divisions and court admin on anomalies, forecasts, and jury office processes. Train employees in jury functions. Ensure that all staff are multiple-concept trained. Supervise the juror-orientation program and develop updates to all information presented. Initiate evolving efficiencies in the empanelment processing. Prepare statistical reports, monitor utilization and yield data and respond to trend analysis.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Public, Business or Judicial Administration or a related field from an academically accredited college or university and five (5) years of administrative, executive or management experience.

Salary: $68,120 - $110,406


Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Qualifications: Candidates for the position must have a J.D. degree with a minimum of ten years court/jury selection administration experience and be licensed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to practice law.