15321196 Program Specialist V (Court Services Consultant) Austin, TX: 05/26/2022: 15322144 Interpreter III (Interpreter) Austin, TX: 05/26/2022: 15358830 Director IV (Government Relations Director) Austin, TX: 06/16/2022: 15358813 Director III (Communication Director) Austin, TX: 06/16/2022: 15365372 CPC Court Coordinator (Bryan) Bryan, TX: 06/21/2022
Office of Court Administration 15358830 Director IV (Government Relations Director) Austin, TX: Office of Court Administration 15358813 Director III (Communication Director) Austin, TX: Office of Court Administration 15365372 CPC Court Coordinator (Bryan) Bryan, TX: Office of Court Administration 15368035 CSC Associate Judge (Wichita) Wichita, TX
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The Office of the Attorney General is a dynamic state agency with over 4,000 employees throughout the State of Texas. Our agency provides exemplary legal representation to the State, fights human trafficking, helps victims of crime, protects our constituents, and runs the most effective Medicaid Fraud Control and Child Support Enforcement programs in the nation.
Texas Office Of Court Administration pays an average hourly rate of $334 and hourly wages range from a low of $289 to a high of $385. Individual pay rates will, of course, vary depending on the job, department, location, as well as the individual skills and education of each employee.
Founded in 1976, the Texas Association for Court Administration (TACA) helps render special and general services which individual court administrative court personnel have neither time nor expertise to do alone. We foster and organize schools, conferences and meetings of Court Administrators, and other administrative staff employed by the Court System of the State of Texas, for the practical study of matters pertaining to Court.
Duties and Responsibilities: Coordinates administration of the District Courts Conducts special studies, system analysis and evaluation of current policies and procedures for the Court Administrator Monitors compliance with administrative rules, policies and procedures and report any discrepancies or concerns
THE TEXAS OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION Court Activity Reporting and Directory System Report Selection - New Data: Home | Help Main > Report Selection. Report Type: Report: Report Description: Note: Counties or courts may not have submitted all reports for the fiscal year. To determine which reports have been submitted and which are missing ...