Court Operations Specialist III Job in Hawaii State Judiciary
Recruitment Number 23-014TY, Court Operations Specialist III, SR-20, Honolulu, O`ahu.
The Court Operations Specialist III independently conducts a variety of complex studies and assignments involving program development, development and implementation of new or revised procedures, review of programs for effectiveness and sound practices, legislation or impact of proposed legislation, and improvement of court program operations. Work assignments require good working knowledge of the program’s existing policies and procedures, functions and operations; the ability to apply these knowledges, utilizing all available resources to provide sound technical recommendations; and the ability to coordinate efforts with others to develop, implement and assess new and/or existing court program operations and procedures, as well as gain their cooperation to resolve problems.
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors degree. Progressively responsible experience in administrative, professional, investigative, technical or other responsible work which has provided a general background of the type and quality described below may be substituted for the Bachelors degree on a year-for-year basis.
Specialized Experience: One and one-half (1-1/2) years of progressively responsible professional work experience in one or combination of the following:
A. Analyzing, evaluating, developing, improving managerial policies, practices, systems, methods and procedures; and considering the relationships among resources, facilities, services, needs, and values; and/or
B. Independently performing professional work involving written analysis, evaluation and recommendations for problem resolution in a court or legal setting, or those social work or administrative programs of the courts. Examples of this type of professional work include assistant court administrator, social worker, data processing systems analyst, program budget analyst, program evaluation analyst, personnel management specialist, research statistician, planner, etc. with professional work experience in the court system.
Substitution of Education for Specialized Experience:
1) Satisfactory completion of all academic requirements for a Masters degree in business or public administration or related field from an accredited college or university which demonstrates knowledge, skills and abilities in the application of operations research, program analysis, evaluation methods and techniques may be substituted for one and one-half (1-1/2) years of Specialized Experience.
2) Satisfactory completion of all academic requirements for a Ph.D. degree in business or public administration or related field from an accredited college or university which demonstrates knowledge, skills and abilities in the application of operations research, program analysis, evaluation methods and techniques may be substitute for two and one-half (2-1/2) years of Specialized Experience.
3) Graduation from an accredited law school may be substituted for two and one-half (2-1/2) years of Specialized Experience.Selective Certification Requirement – Driving: For certain positions, applicants must possess a current and valid drivers license to operate a motor vehicle.
Any additional information may be attached to your online application, submitted by email to [email protected], or mailed to the following address: Hawai`i State Judiciary, Human Resources Department, 426 Queen Street, First Floor, Honolulu, Hawai`i 96813.
Education: If you are using education as a substitute for experience, you must submit a copy of your official transcripts or diploma at the time of application. If you are selected, you will need an official transcript (not a copy) indicating the completion of the training or the awarding of the appropriate degree.
Civil service employees are eligible for a range of benefits, including, but not limited to, the following:
- 13 paid holidays each year, and 14 during election years
- 21 vacation leave days per year
- 21 sick leave days per year
- Reasonable time off with pay for jury or witness duty, death in the family, for certain military duty, and for donating to the Blood Bank
- Employer contribution to premiums for enrollment in the state sponsored medical, drug, vision, and adult dental plans
- Free life insurance policy for employees and retirees
- Deferred compensation retirement savings plan
- State retirement plan for eligible employees
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The above benefits are subject to modification or termination due to changes in statutes, collective bargaining provisions, and/or policies, etc. This summary does not constitute a legal document or contract. Benefits may vary by type of employment and employment conditions.