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Jury Administrator

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The jury administrator ensures that jury selection and management are smooth and efficient processes. Both have an important impact on public perception about jury service.

Jury administrators may

  • make sure that jurors are selected at random from a fair cross-section of the community where the court convenes, according to law
  • operate the court’s online jury management system and electronic juror application system
  • follow standard operating procedures and rules for qualifying, summoning, managing, and paying both petit and grand jurors
  • determine juror attendance needs and prepare statistical reports
  • conduct juror orientations, and support and assist jurors during jury service
  • work with judges’ chambers staff, clerks’ office staff, attorneys, law enforcement agencies and other groups to ensure the smooth operation of high-profile or protracted jury trials
  • process notices, enter data, and prepare mail
  • provide customer service

Customer service skills and adaptability to computer applications and systems are required.