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Course Administrator / Tribal Courts
This position closes on 8/1/2014 | CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE
The National Judicial College (NJC) is a private, not-for-profit organization providing quality continuing education to trial judges, administrative law judges, tribal judges, military judges and court personnel. The College also provides international judicial education. NJC is located on the campus of the University of Nevada in Reno.
The National Tribal Judicial Center at The National Judicial College is among the first institutions to address the needs of American Indian and Alaska Native judiciaries. The curricula presented are innovative and sophisticated, designed to enhance the professional skills of tribal judges and court personnel. The Center’s main objective is to improve justice through national programs of education and training directed toward judicial system proficiency, competency, and skill building. The Center is funded by grants from the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
NJC seeks a team-oriented individual to fill the position of Course Administrator/ Tribal Courts for the National Tribal Judicial Center. Under the supervision of the Director of the National Tribal Judicial Center, responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Performs duties to complete tasks of the grants and tuition-based products under the direction of the Director and program attorney of the NTJC.
2. Writes monthly reports for grant projects worked on.
3. Arranges conference calls and webinars.
4. Gathers, organizes and works with the NTJC staff to improve upon course materials ensuring accurate and timely completion.
5. Works with the NTJC staff to confirm faculty for courses, printing applicable biographies. Maintains and distributes faculty rosters ensuring accuracy and timeliness.
6. Produces and maintains course schedules at the direction of NTJC staff.
7. Coordinates audio-visual needs for courses.
8. Produces Faculty and Discussion Leader packets as needed.
9. Assists faculty and participants during courses with their needs.
10. Monitors classroom activity as needed.
11. Provides administrative support to the Director or program attorney as necessary.
12. Continually upholds the NJC Values of courage, integrity, commitment, respect and excellence.
13. Assists in all areas of the Academic Department and special projects as assigned.
Starting Salary is $33, 000-$37,000 per year depending on experience and qualifications. NJC has excellent benefits.
Closing date of this position may change without notice.
Job Position Qualifications
• High School graduation plus an Associate’s degree and 2 years office experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. - (Required)
• Experience working in or with tribal justice systems is highly desired. - (Preferred)
• Outstanding time management, customer service, and written and verbal communication skills. - (Required)
• Proficient use of word processing techniques in Microsoft Word, and task scheduling using Microsoft Outlook. - (Required
• Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Web experience. - (Preferred)
• Ability to work as a team member with a minimum of supervision is critical. - (Required)
• The candidate must have strong verbal communication skills and the ability to adjust to high pressure and rapidly changing business conditions. - (Required)
Department: Academic, Full-time, Exempt/Salaried with Benefits
The National Judicial College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This position closes on 6/30/2014 | CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE