Under direction of and in close consultation with the Prosecuting Attorney, the Senior Operations Manager has management authority and day-to-day administration of operations responsibility for three distinct and separate divisions relating to personnel, fiscal and grant management, information technology, communications, facilities and capital improvements.
This recruitment may be used to fill other openings in the same classification and department within 90 days of the closing date of this recruitment.
Directs, manages and coordinates the administration of operations for the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office including personnel management, fiscal management, grant management, information technology, communications, facilities and capital management; serves as advisor to elected Prosecutor, division chief deputies, unit attorney supervisors and managers regarding personnel issues; participates on committees with law and justice organizations and other state and county agencies.
Develops, implements and monitors strategic plan, goals, policies, and workflow with elected and/or division chiefs/attorney unit supervisors/managers for multiple areas of operation; determines necessary staffing and personnel management
Directs, develops and manages the general fund revenue with 14 funding sources, including complex grants and contracts ($3.1 million), general fund expenditure budget ($7.3 million), 3/10th’s expenditure budget ($1.4 million) and liability insurance expenditure and revenue budget ($3.1 million) and liability insurance investments; identifies and forecasts staffing; facility, technology and equipment needs; has full authority to move funds within each budget operational area, and from one budget to another based on priorities and grant requirements.
Oversees recruitment, hiring, training, performance and discipline of staff with elected Prosecutor and/or division chiefs/ managers; ensures human resource policies, procedures, laws and regulations are followed in recruitment, hiring, training, performance, supervising and discipline of employees. Directs extra help and Rule 9 interns and volunteer placements in all divisions/units.
Research, develop, implement and monitor numerous state and federal grants, oversees management of grants and contracts for requirement compliance, statistical analysis and outcomes. Other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or Related Field and six years of progressively responsible supervisory or managerial experience which provides knowledge, skills and abilities sufficient to perform the duties of this position, including a minimum of three years of law and justice related experience, and government financial practices, standards and principles experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience which provides knowledge, skills and abilities sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the position.
Equipment Used: Computer, fax, scanner, video conferencing equipment, multimedia equipment, multi-line telephone, copier, calculator and other basic office equipment, automobile.
Working Conditions / Physical Requirements: Environmental Demands: May be required to work outside of standard business hours and at alternate work locations. Physical Demands: handling, lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, sitting, standing, walking, fingering, hearing, talking, visual acuity. Intellectual Demands: Ability to multitask, confidentiality, ability to work under pressure, ability to articulate and communicate information in conversations, ability to follow verbal and written instruction. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.