CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Deputy Contract Director in Arlington, Virginia
Deputy Contract Director
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Deputy Contract Director
City: Arlington, Virginia, United States
Position ID: J1118-2307
Employment Type: Full Time
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CGI is looking to hire a Contract Support Supervisor who will oversee a large group of Legal Assistants at the Department of Justice Immigration Courts.
Your future duties and responsibilities
Serves as the court support program manager responsible and accountable for coordination and oversight of all court support activities to include interpreter support, security and bailiff support, and friends of the court programs. Exercises knowledge and application of court operating requirements, court protocols, contract parameters, memorandums of agreement, and EOIR directives, policies, and procedures.
Maintains oversight of daily, weekly, monthly, and long term support requirements, contractor availability, and scheduling concerns to facilitate support for court workload demands. Assesses court docketing trends to ensure expeditious accomplishment of priority work without adverse impact on normal, recurring work. Develops for the court recommendations, policies, procedures, long range plans, and special projects. Recommends solutions to controversial problems and actions of a precedent-setting nature, to include coordination with contracting representatives and EOIR Headquarters.
Monitors court activities to ensure support requirements are met and takes immediate action to remedy any shortcomings. Consolidates performance feedback of support activities providing routing reporting to EOIR Headquarters.
Assists and coordinates with Court Administrator in the identification of operational support requests and requirements in order to facilitate improved effectiveness of support services for the court.
Provides troubleshooting support by analyzing, reviewing, and interpreting information provided by immigration judges and legal assistants to determine whether problems exists with coordination or execution of support services. Expands analysis to include/incorporate technical expertise/knowledge/source in determining the solution. Trains, guides, and defines coordination procedures to ensure effective interaction with staff.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• Must have at least a High School diploma
• Must have at least 5 years experience overseeing a group of people
• Receives interpreter and bailiff requirements from staff
• Schedules support based on language requirements
• Coordinates any scheduling conflicts in order to minimize rescheduling
• Provides feedback to staff regarding support or non-support of requirements
• Executes immediate action as required for short notice docket changes to minimize cost
• Prepares reports to analyze trends and forecast future needs
• Point of contact for EOIR Contracting officer for implementation of changes
• Must be able to pass a CGI background check to start employment
• Must be able to obtain a government security clearance to start employment
• Due to the nature of this contract, US Citizenship is required
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