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Subject: Position at New York State Office of Court Administration

Position at New York State Office of Court Administration

From: James Lane <jlane>
Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2000
Micrographics Coordinator
New York State Office of Court Administration

The following position is now available with the New York State
Office of Court Administration.  Although the title is Management
Analyst the actual assignment is that of a Micrographics
Coordinator. The applicant should have knowledge of micrographics,
the industry, be able to inspect film, write technical
specifications for microform projects, consult with court and county
clerks to develop microform projects, supervise a local lab, and
evaluate equipment and vendors in terms of assessing their abilities
and their facilities to provide proper service to the courts and
counties for out sourced projects.  The candidate should be
knowledgeable about imaging and reformatting as well.

Announcement #: 1079
Position Title: Management Analyst (JG-25)
Location: Division of Legal Information and Records Management
New York City or Albany

Base Salary: $54,050 + Location Pay $1000
( Location pay applicable for NYC only )

Classification: Non-competitive/confidential
Qualifications: One (1) year in the principal court analyst title;
or master's degree in public or business administration from an
accredited college or university and three (3) years of relevant
experience; or an equivalent combination of education and
experience. While these are minimum qualifications for this title,
consideration may be given to education and experience directly
related to the assignment.

Distinguishing Features of Work: Management Analysts are responsible
to court administrators or administrative judges, for supervising a
number of on-going projects involving confidential research,
analysis, planning, and policy formulation related to court
administration and management.  Management Analysts also participate
in complex projects under the direction of Senior and Principal
Management Analysts, work  with substantial independence from
supervision on individual research projects, and perform other
related duties.

Assignment: The individual selected for this Position will serve as
the in-house micrographics expert for the NYS Unified Court System
and will be responsible for direct supervision of the Microfilm Lab,
including the inspection of film, inspection of vendors facilities
and preparation of specs for micrographics projects. The incumbent
will work with courts throughout the State developing and reviewing
local projects and contracts, and participating in special projects
in the Office of Libraries and Records Management Unit.

General Information: The above statements are intended to describe
the general nature and level of work being performed by persons
assigned to this title. They do not include all job duties performed
by employees in the title and every position does not necessarily
require the same duties. Although a position is available and
situated at a specific location, the appointee may be subject to
reassignment to any position in the same title in this promotion
unit dependent upon the needs of the Unified Court System. All
applications received from this announcement may be used to fill any
vacancies in this title that may occur in this court or agency
within the next three (3) months. Position(s) available at the
present time 1.

All interested persons meeting the minimum qualifications are
encouraged to submit a UCS-5 application for employment form
(obtainable from any administrative office in a  court building) and
a resume to:

    Ellen Robinson
    Chief Law Librarian
    Office of Court Administration
    4 Empire State Plaza - Suite 2001
    Albany, New York 12223

Applicants are encouraged to complete the eeo data collection form.

Posting Date - November 22, 2000
Application must be postmarked or received by: December 13, 2000 The
New York State Unified Court System is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are
encouraged to apply

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:32
                Distributed: Thursday, December 7, 2000
                       Message Id: cdl-14-32-019
Received on Wednesday, 6 December, 2000

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