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OSCA accepting applications for a deputy state courts administrator

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Florida courtsThe Office of the State Courts Administrator is searching to fill one of its top leadership positions, seeking applicants to become a deputy state courts administrator.

The deputy state courts administrator is a highly responsible senior manager who assists in directing the administrative functions of the Office of the State Courts Administrator in support of the judicial branch. This senior leadership position helps identify emerging issues, develop strategic initiatives, and formulate policies for efficient administration. The deputy state courts administrator reports directly to the state courts administrator and works collaboratively with the other deputy state courts administrators.

“This is a critical search for the OSCA and an incredible opportunity for the right person,” said State Courts Administrator Lisa Kiel. “We’re looking for a great fit with specific skills, experience, and characteristics. We’re going to hire an impressive person to lead and serve.”

The position supervises management and professional staff in multiple units of the OSCA, including Legislative Affairs, Budget Services, General Services, and Finance and Accounting. The full job description, qualifications, and instructions for applying are available on employment page as well as the People First Service Center. Applications close June 5.

Deputy State Courts Administrator Eric Maclure, a deputy since 2013, remains in that position. He is moving to take over the responsibilities of the deputy position vacated in February by Blan Teagle, who departed to lead the Judicial Qualifications Commission.

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