Assistant to the Director

Pineland Behavioral Health - Statesboro, GA

Under supervision of the Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts provides professional level administrative and constituent services. Performs professional level duties that require the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. Plans and coordinates meetings and agendas. Is responsible for all administrative support to the Director and the Director�s management team. Other duties as assigned.. Accurately and clearly conveys directives, assignments, instructions and other information from management to staff as directed.. Conducts research to compile information needed to generate reports, complete projects and accurately respond to questions and concerns. Analyzes problems, questions, issues, etc. and develops reports and makes recommendations for resolving them.. Must use sound judgment to respond appropriately to internal and external contacts and inquiries.. Clearly communicates agency views on current issues to judicial, legislative and executive branch representatives.. Records and distributes minutes and other relevant information to appropriate participants in a thorough and timely manner.. Coordinates calendars, travel itineraries and maintains associated records for the Director and other staff as assigned. Develops, manages and coordinates managerial and administrative meetings and agendas, negotiating favorable rates for facilities and material needed.. Provides administrative support to staff activities such as coordinating management calendars, scheduling and coordinating meetings and researching topics addressed at meetings.. Serves as the Liaison between the Director and other persons or parties such as agency staff, legislative representatives, and executive branch agencies, general public and outside representatives.. Meets regularly with the Director to review current projects status, determine future projects� coordination needs and to ascertain the overall level of service being provided.

A bachelor�s degree in public or business administration, criminal justice, planning or related field and five years� related experience.