State of Nebraska Administrative Assistant - Intake in Lincoln, Nebraska
Administrative Assistant - Intake
$3,357.92 - $4,091.30 Monthly
PERM FULL TIME
Supreme Court (Court Administrator)
6/29/2017 11:59 PM Central
The Nebraska Supreme Court's Office of the Public Guardian is taking applications for a full time Administrative Assistant position. This position is responsible for administrative support work for upper-level management staff of the Office of Public Guardian (OPG). The Intake Administrative Assistant handles confidential administrative matters and maintains ward files within an electronic case management system.
Examples of Work
Responsibilities include: Receiving and processing all requests and subsequent court filings regarding cases for which the OPG is nominated from courts, attorneys and public; managing capacity data for OPG service areas; facilitating the court process, including review for compliance to court rules and OPG procedures for motions and court filings; collecting and validating data and information; maintaining records on statistics and activities of the Office of Public Guardian and compiling annual statistical reports; reviewing and filing all Annual Reports, with supporting documents, on the personal wellbeing and yearly finances of each ward/protected person appointed to the OPG; providing office support to OPG staff; attending meetings, taking minutes, and preparing agendas, schedules and other material.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school with at least four years of administrative secretarial or general secretarial experience in a law or business office.
PREFERRED: College degree and the ability to speak Spanish.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: The position requires considerable organizational skills, conflict management, independent judgment and decision making responsibilities. Ability to establish and cultivate good working relationships with coworkers, court personnel, individuals in positions of authority or in potentially adversarial and contentious court processes, and the general public. The ability to organize and manage time and work space and working knowledge of modern office equipment, including computer hardware and software. Ability to grasp and adhere to principles of confidentiality. Knowledge and understanding of the Nebraska court system and the guardianship and conservatorship court process. Ability to establish a working knowledge of Nebraska Supreme Court case management, JUSTICE, e-filing, and database applications. Good written and oral communication skills.