Class Title: Court Analyst Class Code: 7101
Salary: $3195.30/monthly Position Number: 22010952
Court Location: First Judicial Circuit/Escambia County Effective Date: Open Until Filled
SCOPE OF WORK
Performing work under the direction of the Chief Deputy Court Administrator. Provide accounting, administrative, and clerical support to organization. This includes, but is not limited to, answering telephones, copying, filing, shipping and receiving duties related to office supplies and equipment, and receiving and distributing of U.S. Mail and overnight mail deliveries. This position works independently reporting updates through periodic meetings and memos.
Responsible for Escambia County accounts payable/receivable and associated data entry.
Responsible for processing Escambia County purchasing card.
Prepares Board of County Commissioners recommendations on behalf of Court Administration.
Responsible for preparing and analyzing Escambia County expenditure and revenue reports.
Responsible for all Uniform Data Reporting.
Maintain Florida Court Personnel Grant.
Primary person responsible for screening phone calls and visitors; provides information to the public and directs callers and visitors to the appropriate office.
Responsible for assisting court staff/deputies with assisted listening devices for courtroom use.
Coordinates and is responsible for delivery of items to Emergency Operations Center, AED verification, and battery inventory.
Facilitates appropriate signage throughout two facilities.
Processes facility maintenance requests and work orders.
Order supplies and equipment.
Provides temporary coverage for judicial assistants.
Other related duties as required by Supervisor
Interact daily with Judges, Judicial Assistants, and Support Staff. Contact with Clerk of Court, State Attorney, Public Defender, and Law Enforcement agencies.
Refers to job specific training and education that is recommended for entry into the position. Additional relevant experience may substitute for the recommended educational level on a year-for-year basis. Bachelor’s degree in criminology or related social sciences, statistics, management information systems, or a closely related field.
Two years of related work experience.
Personal computers, a variety of printers, fax machines and copiers.