at US Army National Guard
No experience required
25 Baiting Place Rd, Farmingdale, NY 11735, USA
05/10/2019, 06:41 PM
Administrator DUTIES Oversee a complete range of legal services to the assigned military community. Provide technical advice and assistance to military and government attorneys and judges, commanders and staff, and enlisted and civilian legal support personnel in all areas of legal administration. Act as adjutant or assistant adjutant in legal support organizations. Coordinate with counterparts from sister services, other agencies and allied military services with the goal of building the best industrywide legal practices. Have substantial knowledge, formal military education and experience in management of military operational law and procedure. Act as legal operations specialist at a headquarters, carrying out general court-martial jurisdiction or major commands. Act as internal control officer for military justice, ensuring that all orders, legal records and processes are in compliance with legal mandates. Act as chief operations officer of Guard legal offices, providing management of business processes and strategic planning. Supervise subordinate personnel, resources, facilities and equipment required to support legal services provided at various organizational levels and across the range of military operations. Act as a link between lawyers and staff, officers and enlisted personnel, and military and civilian employees. Be highly motivated; possess tact, initiative and mature judgment. Be a leader, mentor and technical expert who can easily transition from garrison to field operation environments. Be a visionary leader in the continuing transformation of the Judge Advocate General's Corps. Review and provide technical oversight and support for: Military justice functions Expert witness procurement Court-martial orders Records of trial preparation Processing times Coordinate attorney contracts in accordance with Army Regulation (AR) 27-50 in overseas environments. Review and authenticate military justice and administrative legal documents. Manage the overall military and civilian paralegal and administrative functions of Guard core legal disciplines (administrative law, civil law, claims, international law, legal assistance and military justice) and operational law. Ensure legal and administrative documents and processes comply with procedural rules. Formulate, recommend and execute administrative policy for the staff judge advocate (SJA). Technology Manager Manages the staff judge advocate (SJA) information management functions and equipment. Directs the training of personnel and use of Command, Control, Communication and Computers (C4) equipment in legal operations. Plans, coordinates, provides, secures, operates and maintains C4 in home station and field environments. Locally manages the Judge Advocate Warfighting System and ensures integration into Future Combat Systems. Ensures the confidentiality of attorney work-product and attorney-client-privileged information on automated information systems. Resource Manager Develops plans, programs and fiscal requirements; executes program budget guidance; authenticates funding obligations; monitors expenditures, manpower utilization and resourcing; and manages the Internal Controls Program. Manages training and temporary duty (TDY) mission, court witnesses and expert travel programs. Ensures that legal staff is prepared, manned, equipped and funded for military operations.. COMPENSATION: You will be paid for every day you serve, whether in training, weekend drills, Annual Training or deployment. Your rank, job (MOS) and education level will determine your specific pay level. The higher you go, the more you make. And the more time you serve, the more you earn.