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Title: Performance Analyst- Housing Court
Pay Grade: Grade 17
Starting Pay: $72,307.39/Yr.
Departmental Mission Statement: The Housing Court’s mission is to adjudicate all matters presented by litigants within its jurisdiction regarding housing in a fair, efficient, and timely manner according to the rule of law and the facts presented. In accordance with this mission, the Housing Court, through its operating philosophy and business practices, strives to present a citizen-oriented process to maximize access to justice for all such litigants. All members of the Housing Court are committed to this mission and process to fulfill our role within the judicial branch.
Notes: This position is designated as a union position and is covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with O.P.E.I.U., Local 6.
The person in this position is expected to travel throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
This position is located in the Admin office for Housing Court.
The position includes administrative and organizational management duties to assist the Chief Justice, Deputy Court Administrator and the Administrative Office of the Housing Court (AOHC) in evaluating methods, practices and procedures in the six housing courts divisions, identifying needed improvements within individual courts and across the department as a whole, and providing administrative and technical assistance to accomplish those improvements. Performance Analysts will assist with all Housing Court initiatives.
Candidates must possess outstanding organizational skills, an ability to remain calm under pressure, attentiveness to detail, a positive attitude and an ability to work cooperatively with the Chief Justice, the public, the staff in the Administrative Office, in the various court locations, and in collaboration other court departments.
Candidates will be expected to perform statistical analysis and to innovatively use technology in streamlining the operational best practices issued by the AOHC. Candidates should not only have a keen interest in the law and the delivery of justice (although no legal education or training is required), but also a commitment to public service. The position requires maturity and discretion in handling confidential matters in a professional and sensitive manner.
Supervision Received: Receives primary assignments and direction from the Chief Justice and the Deputy Court Administrator and works closely with other administrative staff. Work is supervised by the Deputy Court Administrator OR their designee and is evaluated for professional soundness, conformity to policy, and achievement of objectives.
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