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Marion Superior Court Seeking Court Mediator - Alternative Dispute Resolution News

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Alternative Dispute Resolution News


Posted on: Mar 1, 2018

The Marion County Superior Court, Juvenile Division, is seeking to hire one full-time attorney to conduct facilitation/ mediations in referred Child In Need of Services (CHINS) proceedings with the goal of achieving complete or partial resolution, including factual stipulations and ensuring that any agreements reached are reduced to writing and signed by the appropriate parties. NOTE:  Employment in this position precludes the practice of law within all divisions of the Marion Superior Court

Salary/Benefits:  Base annual salary of $57,000. Salary commensurate with experience. A competitive benefit package is offered, including: medical, dental and vision insurances, life insurance, short-term disability, PERF retirement fund and generous paid time off benefits.

Requirements:  Must be an attorney licensed to practice in Indiana, in good standing or an individual with equivalent training and experience.  Individual must be a registered family law mediator.  Demonstrated, proven knowledge of CHINS law and process required.  Experience with practice in Marion County desirable, but not required.

MARION COUNTY RESIDENCY IS REQUIRED.

If interested:  Please email resume to Dawna Peterson at dawna.peterson@indy.gov.

Deadline:  Resumes to be received no later than Monday, March 12, 2018.

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