Executive - Current Openings

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Director of Administration

Department: Office of Admissions
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in public or business administration or equivalent. A demonstrated verifiable reputation for integrity. Minimum of six (6) years progressively responsible experience in administration in a legal or governmental environment, or equivalent.  Minimum of three (3) years management/supervisory experience administering personnel and budget requirements. Master's Degree in a relevant field may substitute for up to two (2) years of experience.
Description: The State Bar's Office of Admissions develops, administers and grades the California Bar Examination and First-Year law Students' Examination, completes background evaluations of applicants seeking admission to practice law in California and is statutorily charged with the responsibility to accredit and register law school programs in California. The Director Administration (DA) serves under the direction of the Senior Director, Admissions (SDA) and assists the SDA in planning, organizing, directing, and managing the administrative processes and procedures of the Office of Admissions' (OA) consistent with the governing authorities.  The DA directly manages and directs the grading of examinations administered by the Committee of Bar Examiners and other OA functions such as: policy development, planning, and other administrative functions for the Committee of Bar Examiners, its subcommittees and OA in accordance with the public protection mission. The DA is specifically responsible for managing and directing data processing systems related to grading and production of examination results, including identifying, analyzing and interpreting trends or patterns in complex data sets, and managing and directing the administrative and staffing support for the grading department, including temporary employees and professional independent contractors.
Annual Salary Range: $105,241.00 - $152,599.00
Number of Positions: 1
Reference Number: 2109