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|Open Date||Oct 16 2020 - 09:08:00 AM||Close Date||Nov 01 2020 - 11:59:00 PM|
|Position Title||Manager of Halton Court Administration||Posting Type||Non-Union|
|Posting Status||Active||Position Length||Permanent Full Time|
|Department Group||POA/Legal Department||Hours per Week||35|
|Department||Legal Services & Corporate Counsel||Openings||1|
|Education||College Diploma or Certificate||Experience||7 years|
|Location||Halton Court Services||Competition||LG-122-20|
|Salary Range||$100,137 - $125,171 (Grade 12)||Category||Legal and Court Services|
Reporting to the Executive Director of Legal Services & Corporation Counsel this position is responsible for managing the administration and collections functions of the Provincial Offences Court on behalf of the Halton Court Services Partners. This position has overall responsibility for business process development and implementation, revenue collection and financial reporting; budget development and monitoring, maintenance and operation of the POA courthouse in Burlington, and ensuring appropriate levels of business support and services are maintained for all stakeholders.
The Manager of Halton Court Administration is responsible to:
• Develop, recommend and implement/execute the annual Halton Court Services Business Plan including, the planning and implementation of provincial initiatives and legislative changes and the operating budget and capital budget.
• Accountable to both the Joint Management Board and the Area Treasurers regarding program and administrative policies and procedures, financial management of the business unit and must ensure that Halton Court Services meet administrative and legal obligations.
• Manage the annual administration and collections budgets totalling approximately $11 million, including budgets preparation, revenue and collections management, and financial and resource planning.
• Manage the public service functions (processing court documents, fines payments, public inquiries, responding to complaints), business support functions (producing court notifications and documents, fines enforcement, maintaining court records), and court support functions (scheduling court hearings, preparing and transmitting appeal court documents, court monitoring and recording of court hearings, transcription services, handling court evidence and exhibits) of court administration.
• Establish and maintain financial, management, technical information and control systems including compliance audits, internal reviews, quarterly and annual reporting, and implementation of corrective action.
• Manage the operational, financial and collections functions with a view to:
• Liaise with the Joint Management Board to continuously improve court service delivery to maximize the revenue share for each of the five cost-share Partners.
Our ideal candidate will have a Community college diploma or University degree in social sciences or public or court administration and seven years Provincial Offences Court experience, of which at least four or more years in a supervisory capacity. Working knowledge of the Provincial Offences Act, the Courts of Justice Act and the rules of court procedures is essential. Experience with technology systems, as well as collections rules, practices and procedures would be an asset.
This position requires the successful candidate to provide a clear criminal record check at their own expense.