JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Asst. Court Executive Officer,
develops and writes grant applications, as determined, conducts research,
develops data collection and evaluation tools for documenting and
evaluating grant activities, performs administrative, managerial, and
fiscal duties in support of grants administration in the Superior Court of
California, County of Fresno; and performs related duties as required. The
incumbent is expected to perform analytical work requiring knowledge of
administrative principles and analytical practices and will perform their
duties under minimal supervision. The incumbent will communicate project
progress, concerns and recommendations to the executive team.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – TYPICAL TASKS Essential functions are the fundamental
job duties regularly performed by an incumbent in this classification.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions. This list is neither
inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties

Knowledge of:
• Court operations, practices and procedures, methods of grant writing,
operations, budgeting, fiscal monitoring and modification, evaluation and
research methods is essential; • Strong written, oral and analytical
skills, initiative and imagination, and be capable of independent
accomplishment of job assignments; • Related governmental agency practices
and procedures to gain cooperation and support for court funded programs; •
Appropriate levels of confidentiality regarding sensitive and confidential
documents and records; • Court policies and procedures; pertinent rules,
and goals; awareness of the objectives of the Court; • Modern office
practices and procedures and filing systems; computer applications
including Excel, Word, Power Point, Publisher and Outlook.

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS: Convictions, depending on the type, number and
date, may be disqualifying. Court employees shall be subject to a modified
background investigation and fingerprinting. False statements or omission
of facts regarding background or employment history may result in
disqualification or dismissal.

Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, project management, public
administration or closely related field.
AND Experience: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible, full-time paid
professional experience related to grant writing, project planning,
implementation, and evaluation.
OR Any combination of relevant education and/or experience that would
demonstrate the individual possesses the necessary knowledge, skills and
abilities as determined by the Court Executive Officer.

Candidates must submit a budget exercise and provide work samples of grant
writing abilities. The full job announcement with applications
instructions, salary range, benefit information and supplemental questions
is available at:

*RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED: To be considered for the first
application review, your applications packet must be submitted online by
4:00pm on January 31, 2018. Applications packets received after the January
31, 2018 deadline may be considered at a later date. *

*Budget Exercise Instructions*
In order to be considered for the position all candidates must develop
a budget based on the *Implementation of a Family Dependency Treatment
Court Grant Project Summary*listed in the *Additional Information *section
below. For this budget assignment:

1) You must provide cost categories and line items within categories
2) You may use any formatting you desire for your budget but you must show
the calculations for your budget.
3) Cover all the factors that you feel the budget should address and be as
detailed and thorough as possible.
4) The budget should be submitted online as an attachment to your
5) Candidates who do not submit a budget exercise will be disqualified.