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Date Posted:  Jul 9, 2024
Requisition ID:  446265

Indianapolis, IN, US, 46204

The Office of Judicial Administration is responsible for the efficient administration of all agencies that operate under the direction of the Chief Justice and the Supreme Court. That includes 200 personnel; fiscal management; communication; technology; legal services; intergovernmental relations; services for the trial courts; and support for court boards, commissions, and committees. The Office is headed by Chief Administrative Officer Justin P. Forkner, who reports directly to the Chief Justice of Indiana and serves as the link between the Chief Justice and the agencies of the Court.  


Salary: The salary for this position traditionally starts at $15.12 per hour but may be commensurate with education and/or experience. 


To Apply: Please apply by July 23, 2024

About the Job:

This position will serve as a part-time Intern with the Indiana Office of Court Services. This position provides support to the IOCS Children’s Commission through a broad variety of programmatic functions that assist the Division in completing daily tasks as well as large initiatives. This position will serve during the Fall/Spring academic year.

A Day in the Life:

  • Provide support for and attend the committees, meetings, and task forces of the CISC as assigned.
  • Support staff of the CISC in tracking state and federal legislation related to the status of children in Indiana, including onsite at the Indiana Statehouse, as assigned.
  • Assist with youth and family engagement activities of the CISC as assigned.
  • Support staff of the CISC in researching policies and promising practices related to the status of children in Indiana.
  • Complete a macro, leadership, and/or policy-oriented project as assigned, to be presented to the full CISC membership at a regular CISC meeting.
  • Suggest ways to improve the operations of the Commission. This could involve developing new forms and processes or tweaking existing ones to improve efficiency, effectiveness, equity, or other positive improvements to the way we operate.
  • Assists in planning and execution of regular and special events including audio-visual needs, catering, registration, and communications as assigned.
  • Provide support in collecting information needed in preparation of the CISC Annual Reports.
  • Make regular use of supervision with the Executive Director and proactively seek support from CISC staff.
  • Performs all other duties necessary and requested to meet the mission and vision of the CISC.

What You'll Need for Success:


  • Exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials
  • Maintain personal and business affairs in a manner that ensures public confidence in the integrity, competence, impartiality, and independence of the judiciary as well as avoid situations that could lead to conflict, or the appearance of conflict


  • Interact with all persons in a respectful manner, maintain business-like appearance, and promote harmony in the workplace


  • Communicate information accurately, clearly, and confidently in both verbal and written correspondence. 

Critical Thinking

  • Objectively evaluate relevant information and develop recommendations to solve problems and think critically.

Attention to Detail

  • Follow through on tasks, pay attention to details, and work independently to complete a project or assignment.

Time Management

  • Manage time and multiple assignments with conflicting priorities and changing timelines to meet deadlines.

Using Computers and Technology

  • Learn and adapt to new technologies within the Microsoft Suite as well as Supreme Court systems.

Equal Employment Opportunity: 

The Indiana Supreme Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Equal employment opportunities are provided to all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, political affiliation, socioeconomic status, status as a protected veteran or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws, and the Indiana Judicial Code. 

If you are a qualified individual with a disability and will need a reasonable accommodation to assist you in applying for the position or performing the essential functions of the job, the Indiana Supreme Court will provide such reasonable accommodations. 

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