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Release Date: November 20, 2009

Great economic development news. The Zoning Board approved the application of Shoprite to open up a supermarket at the Midway shopping center on Ardsley Road in the Edgemont section of town. It is expected that the new supermarket will open up in the summer of 2010.
The Town Board will be voting on the proposal to amend the zoning code to allow Stop & Shop to build a new supermarket on 119 (near the Sheraton/Marriott hotels on the Greenburgh/Tarrytown Border). The vote is expected to take place on Monday at 7:30 PM at Town Hall.
At the recommendation of the NYS Courts a new position is being created.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under the general direction of the Town Justices, the incumbent is responsible for the administrative and management activities of the Town of Greenburgh Justice Court; does related work as required.
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: This is a very highly responsible administrative position involving responsibility for accounts, budgeting, personnel administration, records management, methods and procedures, office services, and preparation of reports.  The Court Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day administrative supervision of the Court’s financial operations which include bank reconciliation, bail refunds and bail ledger.  The incumbent in this class may represent the Court in contacts with the Town Board, Police Department, Town Supervisor, District Attorney’s Office and other departments of the Town.  This position differs from that of the Court Clerk in that the Court Administrator does not make entries to the Justices’ calendar, docket books, etc., nor does he/she prepare summonses. Supervision of the Court clerical staff is a responsibility of this position.
EXAMPLES OF WORK:  (Illustrative only)
Manages the day-to-day administrative activities and financial operations of the Town Court
Provides operational supervision of the Court
Plans, assigns and reviews the work of the clerical staff of the Court
Implements staff performance standards and disciplinary procedures in addition to maintaining accurate personnel records and files
Develops and implements internal policies and procedures to insure the integrity of the accounting process and control of the Court’s municipal funds
Oversees the preparation and the monitoring and review of accounts payable to ensure that expenditures are made within budgetary limits
Implementation of cost and control procedures including the monitoring of expenses
Prepares the Court’s annual budget in conjunction with the Court Clerk and in accordance with the Town Board’s guidelines and objectives
Monitors and manages the receipts and collection of all Court related documents
Oversees issuance of refunds for Criminal, Civil, Traffic, Parking, etc., as appropriate
Acts as liaison between the Town Justices and Attorneys, the Town Administration and the District Attorney’s Office
Works with Justices to address all concerns of the Court
Coordinates work schedules to meet the needs of the Court
Prepares written reports for Justices and Town Board regarding statistical information based on Court Clerk’s filings
Prepares bills, vouchers, etc., for Justices signature
Use computer application software in performance of the job
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND ATTRIBUTES:  Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of office management, organization and supervision; good knowledge of public administration as it pertains to personnel management, budgeting and financial recordkeeping; familiarity with research methods and statistics; basic knowledge of Court procedures and of legal documents; ability to make clear and accurate analysis of facts, figure, and processes; ability to become familiar with and adapt to laws, regulations, policies and practices; the ability to plan and supervise the work of others; ability to present oral and written opinions and comments clearly and concisely; ability to effectively use computer applications software; thoroughness and dependability; courtesy; tact; good judgment; reliability; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree and either (a) four (4) years of experience in an administrative or supervisory capacity in personnel administration, management, public administration, accounting, financial management or related field; or (b) possession of a Master’s Degree and three (3) years of experience as stated in (a) above; or (c) a satisfactory equivalent combination of the foregoing training and experience.
Send resumes to:
Assistant Comptroller-Personnel
177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY 10607
Fax: 914-993-1630
E-mail: pkirkland@greenburghny.com

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