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Data Management Coordinator, Alternative Dispute Resolution Office, Maryland

Job Announcement
Maryland Judiciary
Opening Date: July 1, 2010                                 Closing Date: July 15, 2010
Job Title: Data Management Coordinator                 Position Type: Regular Full Time
PIN: 067972                                                 FLSA Status: Exempt
Location: Alternative Dispute Resolution Office         Grade/Entry Salary: J13 $43,309 – $51,766
Annapolis, Maryland (Depending on Qualifications)
Financial Disclosure: Yes
Regular state employees subject to promotion/demotion policy
Essential Functions: The Data Management and Public Information Coordinator will coordinate the collection of all data including
Participant survey forms, attorney survey forms and ADR Practitioner activity reports and follow up reports and surveys. This will
include data entry, producing reports in both statistical and narrative forms, and begin analysis of the information for future
understanding and improvements to the District Court’s ADR programs. Create and print case information cover sheets and conduct two
initial elements of data verification: case information written on the Practitioner Activity report against the District Court Main Frame
or Case Search; and volunteer identification, docket date, time and location against the ADR Practitioner quarterly schedule. Scan in all
data and verify completeness and accuracy of all responses submitted on all survey forms. Maintain all quantitative data from the day of
trial Practitioner Activity reports and pretrial program mediation result forms and all qualitative data from the participant survey forms
in all day of trial ADR Programs. Develop and maintain the ADR Office public information and public communication projects, which
include developing and managing all activities and materials produced for Conflict Resolution month; all information, materials and
content for the web page, including designing, updating and maintaining the ADR Office website; and promotional materials including a
newsletter in conjunction with other Judiciary offices to provide information about ADR, mediation and the services provided by the
District Court ADR Office.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field from an accredited college or university.
Experience: Five years of mediation or conflict resolution experience.
Required Certification: Forty hour basic mediation training certificate in a model consistent with Title 17 of the Maryland Rules of
Procedure.
Note: Master’s Degree in Conflict Resolution or closely related field may be substituted for two years of the required experience.
Skills/Abilities: Must have proficient understanding of the mediation process. Knowledge and understanding of multiple types (frameworks)
of mediation and of other forms of ADR. Knowledge and good familiarity with court and legal systems, court rules, and the legal profession.
Familiarity with Codes and Standards of Conduct for Mediators. Outstanding written and oral communication skills, both in person, via email
and telephonically and ability to create, format and layout documents and reports and write creatively. Must be computer literate,
including Word Perfect and Microsoft Office. Outstanding negotiation and diplomacy (interpersonal) skills; collaborative problem solving
skills, group facilitation skills, and dynamic presentation skills. The ability to work with and communicate effectively with diverse
stakeholders (such as judges, attorneys, courthouse personnel, and the general public), the ability to be a self-starter and to work as a member
of a team or independently as the tasks warrant. Ability to set priorities and to manage and organize multiple projects simultaneously. and
computer literacy, including word processing, spread sheets, and e-mail. Ability to perform all essential functions of the position.
Please submit a Maryland Judiciary employment application (unsigned applications will not be accepted) or resume and cover
letter stating position title and PIN Number. Materials must be received at the address below by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. The
Human Resources Department does not accept faxes and will not be responsible for materials sent to any other address.
Maryland Judiciary
Human Resources Department
580 Taylor Ave., Bldg. A-1
Annapolis, MD 21401
Email: jobs@mdcourts.gov (Zip files will not be accepted)
The Maryland Judiciary is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace. We
do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. Applicants who
need accommodation for an interview should request this in advance. The candidate selected for this position will be subject to a
background check. Employees must be United States Citizens or eligible to work in the United States.

Job Announcement Maryland Judiciary
Opening Date: July 1, 2010                                 Closing Date: July 15, 2010 Job Title: Data Management Coordinator                 Position Type: Regular Full Time PIN: 067972                                                 FLSA Status: Exempt Location: Alternative Dispute Resolution Office         Grade/Entry Salary: J13 $43,309 – $51,766 Annapolis, Maryland (Depending on Qualifications) Financial Disclosure: Yes
Regular state employees subject to promotion/demotion policy Essential Functions: The Data Management and Public Information Coordinator will coordinate the collection of all data including Participant survey forms, attorney survey forms and ADR Practitioner activity reports and follow up reports and surveys. This will include data entry, producing reports in both statistical and narrative forms, and begin analysis of the information for future understanding and improvements to the District Court’s ADR programs. Create and print case information cover sheets and conduct two initial elements of data verification: case information written on the Practitioner Activity report against the District Court Main Frame or Case Search; and volunteer identification, docket date, time and location against the ADR Practitioner quarterly schedule. Scan in all data and verify completeness and accuracy of all responses submitted on all survey forms. Maintain all quantitative data from the day of trial Practitioner Activity reports and pretrial program mediation result forms and all qualitative data from the participant survey forms in all day of trial ADR Programs. Develop and maintain the ADR Office public information and public communication projects, which include developing and managing all activities and materials produced for Conflict Resolution month; all information, materials and content for the web page, including designing, updating and maintaining the ADR Office website; and promotional materials including a newsletter in conjunction with other Judiciary offices to provide information about ADR, mediation and the services provided by the District Court ADR Office.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field from an accredited college or university.
Experience: Five years of mediation or conflict resolution experience.
Required Certification: Forty hour basic mediation training certificate in a model consistent with Title 17 of the Maryland Rules of Procedure. Note: Master’s Degree in Conflict Resolution or closely related field may be substituted for two years of the required experience.
Skills/Abilities: Must have proficient understanding of the mediation process. Knowledge and understanding of multiple types (frameworks) of mediation and of other forms of ADR. Knowledge and good familiarity with court and legal systems, court rules, and the legal profession. Familiarity with Codes and Standards of Conduct for Mediators. Outstanding written and oral communication skills, both in person, via email and telephonically and ability to create, format and layout documents and reports and write creatively. Must be computer literate, including Word Perfect and Microsoft Office. Outstanding negotiation and diplomacy (interpersonal) skills; collaborative problem solving skills, group facilitation skills, and dynamic presentation skills. The ability to work with and communicate effectively with diverse stakeholders (such as judges, attorneys, courthouse personnel, and the general public), the ability to be a self-starter and to work as a member of a team or independently as the tasks warrant. Ability to set priorities and to manage and organize multiple projects simultaneously. and computer literacy, including word processing, spread sheets, and e-mail. Ability to perform all essential functions of the position.
Please submit a Maryland Judiciary employment application (unsigned applications will not be accepted) or resume and cover letter stating position title and PIN Number. Materials must be received at the address below by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. The Human Resources Department does not accept faxes and will not be responsible for materials sent to any other address. Maryland Judiciary Human Resources Department 580 Taylor Ave., Bldg. A-1 Annapolis, MD 21401 Email: jobs@mdcourts.gov (Zip files will not be accepted)
The Maryland Judiciary is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. Applicants who need accommodation for an interview should request this in advance. The candidate selected for this position will be subject to a background check. Employees must be United States Citizens or eligible to work in the United States.

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