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The New Jersey Judiciary is seeking an individual with strong interpersonal and organizational skills to coordinate the training and professional development activities of the central office drug court unit. Under the supervision of the Court Executive 3A and other managers in the Drug Court Unit, Criminal Practice Division, this individual will work to assess the training and educational needs of the vicinage drug court team members. Responsibilities will include: staff drug court related committees; develop manuals, guides, audio-visual aids and other materials to enhance the training, professional development and best practice implementation of the vicinage drug court teams; research, investigate and identify resources and other materials that can be adapted to benefit the goals of the statewide coordination unit and the vicinage drug court teams; collaborate with stakeholder agencies; identify ways to use technology to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of unit operations and vicinage drug court teams; investigate and draft responses to public inquiry regarding statewide drug court operations and other administrative duties as necessary.
Under the direct supervision of the County Administrator, applicant will be responsible for case management of participants of the Drug Court, working with the Drug Court Team, legal, treatment and recovery community. Provides clients with the tools they need through treatment, rehabilitative programming, reinforcement, and monitoring in order for them to lead a productive, law-abiding life style.
The manager of specialized dockets provides support services and resources to the trial courts throughout Ohio. Monitor and assist in the research, development and continuation of various specialized docket programs throughout Ohio courts, including but not limited to, drug courts, mental health courts, domestic violence courts and family courts. The manager is responsible for budget, staffing, and policies within the program.
The Drug Court Coordinator is responsible for the planning, development, management and coordination of the Circuit Court’s Drug Treatment Court program. The Coordinator provides management oversight and monitors the daily Drug Court operations.
Employee is expected to have a thorough understanding of court organization, office practices, and be able to make independent decisions in dealing with the public and employees. Information obtained in the course of the performance of these duties may be confidential or private in nature. The employee in this position must recognize that participants in Drug Court and visitors to the Court may be under significant stress and ensure that they are treated with dignity and discretion as they obtain court-ordered services.
The incumbent reports to the Court Administrator and is responsible to the acting Drug Court Judges and/or Judicial Officers.
The Drug Court Case Manager/Resource Specialist is responsible for overseeing the ancillary service component of the drug court program. Employee is expected to have a thorough knowledge of Court organization, office practices, and make independent decisions in dealing with the public and employees. Information obtained in the course of the performance of these duties may be confidential or private in nature. The employee in this position must recognize that visitors to the Court may be under significant stress and ensure that they are treated with dignity and discretion as they obtain court-ordered services.
The incumbent reports to the Drug Court Coordinator and the Court Administrator and is responsible to the acting Drug Court Judges and/or Judicial Officers.