Clerical/Administrative, PT Employee
Diocese of Saginaw (Saginaw, MI)
JOB TITLE: Tribunal Auditor
DEPARTMENT/OFFICE: Office of the Tribunal
SUPERVISOR: Judicial Vicar
STATUS: Part time, non-exempt, 24 hours/week
I. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Assists with the interviewing of witnesses and parties in annulment processes; assists with writing of memos and other tasks of the Tribunal in consultation with the Judicial Vicar; maintains Tribunal documents and promotes effective processing of cases; promotes effective communication with all involved in Tribunal activities.
II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES
A. Serves as auditor in Diocesan Tribunal and, as needed, in Court of Second Instance.
B. Writes summaries of interviews and communicates with parties and witnesses, as directed by the Judicial Vicar.
C. Under the direction of the Judicial Vicar, responds to communications with other dioceses regarding the processing of cases and related issues.
D. Performs related duties as required, such as preparing reports.
III. COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS
A. The Tribunal Auditor is directly accountable to and evaluated by the Judicial Vicar.
B. The Tribunal Auditor works closely with the Tribunal secretary.
C. The Tribunal Auditor collaborates with diocesan staff for diocesan-wide events and interacts with pastors, pastoral administrators, parish and diocesan employees, and the community at large.
IV. WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performed primarily in an office setting. Employee is required to do extensive close computer work. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to stand, walk, talk, reach, sit, hear, and use repetitive motion of the hands/wrists and feet, and have the ability to lift up to 20 pounds. Occasional off -site meetings and diocesan events; some evenings and weekends may be required.
A. In full communion with the Roman Catholic Church and possessing at least a Bachelors Degree in Theology, Spirituality, or related field.
B. Prior Tribunal experience preferable, including knowledge and experience in computerized environment, especially use of Casemaster.
D. Established characteristics relative to confidentiality, communication skills, and administrative ability.
E. Willingness to assist co-workers in order to advance the mission of the Diocese.
F. Conveys compassion and thoughtfulness, while maintaining professional decorum.
NOTE: This description is intended to indicate the kinds of tasks and levels of difficulty that will be required by this position. The use of a particular expression or illustration describing duties shall not be held to exclude other duties not mentioned that are of similar kind or level of difficulty. (0)
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