Administrative Officer is responsible for planning and executing a comprehensive range of administrative services that support office operations. These services include overseeing the office’s budget allocation, providing comprehensive personnel services to employees, maintaining information technology systems, coordinating automated litigation support, procuring supplies and equipment at Head Office, Branches Offices docketing services and managing property and facilities.
Managing the Head Office, Branches Offices operating budget entails executing, monitoring and reporting quarterly on budget activity and ensuring that any unexpected expenditures are funded through special one-time funding requests. The Unit manages the office’s credit card programs for both travel and small purchases. The Unit also is responsible for managing the payroll budget to ensure that hiring decisions are within allocated funding levels. On an ongoing basis, the budget is closely monitored to ensure that payments are made in a timely manner and that funds are allocated in the best way to meet the office’s operational needs, especially in the area of litigation.
Human Resources (HR):
Provides a myriad of personnel services to support staff and employee. The scope of the office HR program includes the following: staffing and placement; classification and position management; employee benefits and services; performance management; pay administration; personnel action processing, records maintenance and associated legal reporting requirements; overall monitoring of employee orientation, training and development; development and implementation of AA/EEO programs; advisory services for supervisors and managers.
Information Technology (IT):
Oversees operation of the JADSL computer systems maintained by the IT Manager. The IT webmaster maintains an internal intranet to provide on-line resources to the entire staff and drivers trainee, as well as the JADSL Internet site and other related IT services.
Automated Litigation Support (ALS):
ALS Manager is responsible for recommending, supporting, and educating instructors on the use of technology to further the goal to increase efficiency, decrease costs, and facilitate user-friendly drivers education strategies.
Facilities and Office Services:
Assist in the acquisition, operation and maintenance of all non-computer equipment, supplies and services, control an extensive property inventory, and coordinate records management functions. Also manages the receipt/delivery of mail and reception services.