Deputy Director - Finance

Department/Agency of position: 
Los Angeles Superior Court
Location of position: 
Los Angeles, CA
Monthly $10,652.34 – $16,123.17 / Annually $127,828.08 – $193,478.04
Date Posted: 
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Closing Date: 
Friday, July 12, 2019
Job Description: 

Los Angeles Superior Court is seeking a dynamic, well-qualified, and highly-motivated individuals to fill the position of Deputy Director – Finance Join the Los Angeles Superior Court and work for justice and fairness. Individuals interested in becoming part of a well-skilled, knowledgeable, high performance workforce that rewards performance and creativity are encouraged to apply.

Los Angeles Superior Court is the largest unified trial court in the United States with 580 judicial officers and 4,500 full-time employees. The Court has 40 courthouse locations, serving 88 cities and 118 law enforcement agencies countywide.

Deputy Directors assist in managing, directing and integrating broad, comprehensive programs and services within Finance Administration to meet Court-wide organizational and operational needs. Programs and services are delivered through subordinate management and supervisory staff assigned to Finance Administration. Responsibilities are broad in scope, allow for a high degree of program and administrative discretion, and are evaluated in terms of overall program results and cost effectiveness.


To qualify, you must meet the following selection requirements at the time of filing:

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university* -AND- Six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in one or more administrative finance and accounting functions. At least two (2) years of the qualifying experience must have been managing* a finance department through subordinate supervisory staff, or managing** a complex program with organization-wide impact.

**Managing is defined as having responsibility for planning, organizing, implementing, and administering the work of a functional area or program.

Substitutions: A Master's-level or Juris Doctor degree from an accredited college or university* will be accepted for two (2) years of the experience requirement.

A Ph.D.-level degree from an accredited college or university will be accepted for a total of four (4) years of the experience requirement.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Experience developing, analyzing, and managing a budget(s) Experience developing and monitoring revenue and expenditure forecasts Experience performing cost-benefit analysis and identifying alternative/feasibility of funding methods Experience developing, preparing, and presenting statistical and written reports and proposals Experience performing legislative and policy analysis of complex issues. Knowledge and experience using automated financial, accounting and management information systems Experience in court financial operations management Experience in configuring or implementing a financial system Experience leading change initiatives or re-engineering processes Experience with database management Experience leading a team through a major change Master's Degree in business or public administration, economics, public policy or a closely related field