SALARY: $6,419.00 – $8,421.00 Monthly
$77,028.00 – $101,052.00 Annually
DIVISION: Administrative Services Division
DEPARTMENT: Court Innovation-Equity & Access
The AOC is seeking a Senior Court Program Analyst to lead the Equity and Access Program.With AOC’s Office of Court Innovation’s Equity and Access Program you will join a team of skilledpolicy analysts and researchers who work on topics that are incredibly relevant to the issues wesee in the court system today.
The Senior Court Program Analyst for the Equity and Access Program will provide leadership toa team of professionals dedicated to ensuring equal access to justice in the courts, especially forunrepresented court users. They will work collaboratively with statewide partners to identifywhere the courts can enhance access to justice.
The Senior Court Program Analyst for the Equity and Access Program is a position that fallsunder the AOC’s Office of Court Innovation and will act as the lead for the program. They willreport to the Associate Director of the Office of Court Innovation. This is a senior professionallevel job that works with minimal supervision and applies independent judgment and decisionmaking on complex, and highly technical, major projects. They will also supervise/review thework of other professional staff and support staff.
An understanding of systemic racism and oppression, and the courts’ role in perpetuating it, isrequired for this position. The Senior Court Program Analyst for the Equity and Access Programwill work with their colleagues and statewide and national partners on identifying and breakingdown barriers to accessing courts, focusing on the experience of the court user who is leastlikely to receive equitable access.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Leads statewide effort to create and support programs and projects focused on improvingequity and access in the courts.
- Provides leadership to the Equity and Access team, and coordinates with the AssociateDirector of the Office of Court Innovation in determining the direction of the program.
- Facilitates collaboration among judicial branch partners, legal aid organizations, theaccess to justice community, court users, and other key partners.
- Develops policies and strategies with and for the people who experience the most barriersto accessing justice.
- Evaluates proposed legislation and its impact on equity and access in the courts andcommunicates analysis with various stakeholders.
- Prepares reports and presents information to various court and community stakeholders.May provide technical assistance and consultation to courts, court partners, and thecommunity around issues of equity and access in the courts.
- Develops education and training for courts, court partners, and community.
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