UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK
The United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire is accepting applications for a full-time permanent Jury Administrator. The successful candidate will be industrious, creative, intelligent, diplomatic, energetic, forward thinking, dynamic, public-service oriented and versatile with exceptional interpersonal and communication skills. While accuracy and attention to detail is essential, equally important is the demonstrated ability to bring complex operational issues and/or automated system problems to a successful resolution. Candidates must have the capacity to synthesize complex information, exercise independent and sound judgment, problem solve, and take ownership of and manage both assigned duties and special projects. The ability to balance the demands of varying workload responsibilities and deadlines is critical. The incumbent will be expected to work in a team environment and must be able to interact with all segments of the legal community and public.
Jury administrators perform administrative and customer service work to coordinate and prepare qualified jurors for jury selection, in accordance with approved internal controls, procedures, and rules. Employees in these positions ensure the efficient and fair operations related to the selection, qualification, summoning, orientation, management, and payment of jurors for petit and/or grand juries; and make determinations as to juror attendance. Jury administrators provide assistance and support to higher-level positions, process notices, enter data, provide customer service, prepare mail, and/or conduct jury orientation. They manage the entire jury process from beginning to end, ensuring that the courts policies and procedures are carried out appropriately while maintaining the accuracy and integrity of the jury management system. The successful candidate may be called upon to perform duties associated with public outreach, education, and naturalization ceremonies.
The successful candidate must possess a minimum of four years of progressively responsible legal experience. Experience in jury administration or court operations is preferred. Full benefits are available with a starting salary range of $54,090 to $87,974, depending upon experience. Qualified applicants should submit a letter of interest, a resume, and a salary history for the past ten years in one PDF document to Thomas Van Beaver at: email@example.com by the close of business on March 2, 2018. Applicants deemed most qualified will be invited to participate in a personal interview at their own expense. EOE.
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Location/Region: Concord, NH (US - 03301)