Profession court administrator
Court administrators perform managerial tasks in a court institution, such as supervision of staff, administration, communicating with judges and reviewing procedures. They also manage the court's finances, and oversee maintenance of the facility and equipment.
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- Enterprising / Investigative
- Court procedures
The regulations which are in place during the investigation of a court case and during a court hearing, and of how these events occur.
- Legal case management
The procedures of a legal case from opening to closing, such as the documentation that needs to be prepared and handled, the people involved in different stages of the case, and the requirements that need to be met before the case can be closed.
- Ensure compliance with policies
To ensure compliance with legislation and company procedures in respect of Health and Safety in the workplace and public areas, at all times. To ensure awareness of and compliance with all Company Policies in relation to Health and Safety and Equal Opportunities in the workplace. To carry out any other duties which may reasonably be required.
- Manage budgets
Conduct cost estimates and budget planning. Monitor the budget, as well as costs and expenses. Forecast the budget development continuously. Report on the budget.
- Observe confidentiality
Observe the set of rules establishing the nondisclosure of information except to another authorised person.
- Set organisational policies
Participate in setting organisational policies that cover issues such as participant eligibility, program requirements, and program benefits for the service users.
- Manage administrative systems
Ensure administrative systems, processes and databases are efficient and well managed and give the sound basis to work together with the administrative officer/staff/professional.
- Delegate activities
Delegate activities and tasks to others according to the ability, level of preparation, competence and legal scope of practice. Make sure that people understand what they should do and when they should do it.
- Maintain operational communications
Maintain communications between different departments of an organisation, between the staff, or during specific operations or missions, to ensure that the operation or mission is successful, or that the organisation functions smoothly.
- Manage staff
Manage employees and subordinates, working in a team or individually, to maximise their performance and contribution. Schedule their work and activities, give instructions, motivate and direct the workers to meet the company objectives. Monitor and measure how an employee undertakes their responsibilities and how well these activities are executed. Identify areas for improvement and make suggestions to achieve this. Lead a group of people to help them achieve goals and maintain an effective working relationship among staff.
Optional knowledge and skillsrecord court procedures correctional procedures supervise legal case procedures budgetary principles compile legal documents ensure equipment availability undertake inspections civil process order accounting techniques train employees manage accounts ensure proper document management brief court officials develop account strategy respond to enquiries use different communication channels legal research
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