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Collections Coordinator, Third Judicial Circuit of Michigan

Published Aug 26, 2022

SALARY RANGE: $66,025.00 - $91,099.00
DATE POSTED: August 19, 2022 - Until filled

ELIGIBILITY: This examination is open to anyone who meets the minimum qualifications.

A PERSON MAY NOT PARTICIPATE IN AN OPEN COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR THE SAME TITLE UNTIL NINETY (90) DAYS HAS EXPIRED SINCE THE LAST EXAMINATION FOR THE TITLE.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Finance or Accounting.
• Five (5) years of experience in budgeting, financial accounting and statistical analysis, including but not limited to state and/or federally funded grant programs.
• Work experience in government accounting preferred along with a general knowledge of granting guidelines issued by the General Accounting Office (GAO) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
• Familiarity with federal and state funding agencies such as DHHS, SAMHSA, BJA, DOJ, SCAO, OCS, and working knowledge of grant systems such as GMS, Grant.Gov, JJOLT, MAGIC, and GPRS.
• Proficient using MS Office Suite and relevant software and systems.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
Under the direction of the Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Designs and implements collections process to be in compliance with the State Court Administrative Office (SCAO) policy and procedure directive. Coordinates collection activities with the County Clerk, SCAO, Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC), and other agencies. Assists parties of criminal and juvenile agencies by verifying and providing information and assistance regarding payment of outstanding balances of the court ordered fines and fees. Employees in this title are expected to maintain a professional appearance and demeanor.

FOR ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, PLEASE REFER TO THE CAREER SITE
PAGE. THE LINK IS LISTED BELOW.

SELECTION:

Applications will be screened for compliance with eligibility requirements and minimum qualifications.
Selection will be based on appropriate job-related criteria. Applicants who achieve a passing score on each portion
of the screening process may be placed on the eligibility list.

NOTE: Information provided on application forms and subsequent verification thereof may be used to determine
applicant’s qualifications for this position. Incomplete or illegible applications will not be considered. Faxed or
emailed applications are not acceptable. THE COURT MAY LIMIT FURTHER CONSIDERATION TO THE APPLICANTS WHOM APPEAR TO BE MOST QUALIFIED.

SCREENING COMPONENTS AND WEIGHTS (Total 100% MAX-70% MIN)
Evaluation of Training, Experience & Personal Qualifications Pass/Fail
Interview 100%

APPLICANTS MUST ATTAIN A MINIMUM SCORE ON EACH PORTION OF THE EXAMINATION BEFORE BEING INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN AND/OR BE RATED ON SUBSEQUENT PARTS OF THE EXAMINATION.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:
Official application forms must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on the last day of this announcement.

APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IN ELECTRONIC FORM THROUGH THE COURT’S WEBSITE: www.3rdcc.org. CLICK ON “ESSENTIAL LINKS”, THEN UNDER “QUICK LINKS” CLICK ON “JOB POSTINGS”. The direct link to this site:
https://secure6.entertimeonline.com/ta/6051784.careers?CareersSearch


A valid email address is required to apply. Applicant will receive a confirmation after successful submission of the
electronic application. An official copy of all transcripts/diplomas must be available at time of interview. Resumes
may be included with the application form, but may not be substituted for it. Applicants with disabilities may be
entitled, under applicable State and Federal law, to reasonable accommodations to facilitate participation in the
examination process. If you will require special accommodations because of a disability, please call (313) 224-7018.

CANDIDATES CONSIDERED FOR PLACEMENT IN THIS JOB TITLE WILL BE SUBJECT TO A CRIMINAL AND/OR IV-D BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.

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