The Indiana Supreme Court is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the position of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of the Office of Judicial Administration. The Supreme Court's goal in appointing a CAO is to establish an efficient, coordinated, internal management organization to help the Court meet its many administrative responsibilities. This is an executive level, unclassified position that serves at the pleasure of the Chief Justice. The salary range for the position is $133,600 - $141,100 depending on qualifications. Applications are due by April 1, 2016.
The Indiana Supreme Court is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the position of Fiscal Officer (FO) in the Indiana Office of Judicial Administration (IOJA). This is a newly created position within the Court's central IOJA. The Indiana Supreme Court is establishing a Fiscal Department, headed by a FO, to assist the Chief Justice, Court, and the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in carrying out the Court's fiscal responsibilities. The position is responsible for approximately 40 separate fund centers totaling approximately $150 million. The annual salary range is $88,100 - $97,950 depending on qualifications. Applications are due by April 1, 2016.
The Supreme Court of Indiana has opportunities for law clerks to work directly with the five Justices of the Court. Each clerk will perform a variety of tasks, including legal research and drafting memorandums. But more importantly, a law clerk for the Supreme Court will become involved in the rich history and traditions of the Court and participate in challenging discussions of contemporary law and events that make up the fabric of the legal system.
The Supreme Court of Indiana has opportunities for externs to work directly with three of the five Justices of the Court. Each extern will perform a variety of tasks.