Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university.
Four years of Leadership involvement in developing, administering and delivering instructional programs for adults, which must include three years of supervising professional staff.
Member of Maryland State Bar Association. Work experience in a legal environment.
Skills/Abilities: Knowledge of Maryland legal system; Knowledge of Maryland substantive law; Knowledge of adult learning principles and methods; Knowledge of needs assessment strategies; Knowledge of curriculum development methods; Knowledge of presentation techniques; Knowledge of analytical procedures and techniques and mathematical concepts used in developing and monitoring budgets and grants; Knowledge of human resources principles and practices; Ability to coordinate large scale and complex programs; Ability to use technology in the delivery of educational services; Ability to conduct needs assessments; Ability to analyze and synthesize complex information; Knowledge of adult learning theories and contemporary instructional design methodologies; Ability to define adult learning objectives; Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with supervisor, co-workers, judges, attorneys, and other court staff and the public; Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; Ability to supervise staff; Ability to perform all of the essential functions of this position.
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