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Salary: $39,728.00 Annually
Closed date: Until filled.
City of Wylie Jobs
The City of Wylie Municipal Court is seeking a Senior Deputy Court Clerk that will work in the newly renovated Public Safety Building. The Senior Deputy Court Clerk assists the Court Administrator with the coordination of the administrative activities of the municipal court along with normal duties of the Deputy Court Clerk. Provides exceptional customer service and record keeping services to people conducting business with the court. Provides information and services at the counter, completes and files necessary paperwork, collects fees and other payments, and maintains accurate records. Although this position does entail some exposure to courtroom activity, it is primarily responsible for customer service and data management.
Supervision is provided by the Court Administrator.
High School Diploma or equivalent. Four years of general business and clerical experience involving customer contact and fiscal responsibility.
Level I of the Municipal Court Clerk Certification through the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center (TMCEC) and Level II of the Municipal Court Clerk Certification through the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center (TMCEC), within one year of promotion/hire. If certifications are expired, must renew Level I certification within one year of promotion/hire and Level II certification must be obtained within two years of promotion/hire. Once certification are obtained, must maintain required certifications/licenses throughout time in position.
This position requires the completion of NIMS training courses 100 and 700 upon hiring or within six months of employment/transfer/promotion.
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
PHYSICAL STRENGTH REQUIRED Low: Exerting up to 20 lbs. occasionally, 10 lbs. frequently or negligible amounts consistently.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES REQUIRED Balancing Bending Carrying Crouching
Handling Hearing Fine Dexterity Kneeling
Lifting Pushing/Pulling Reaching Sitting
Standing Talking Twisting Vision
PRIMARY WORK ENVIRONMENT: Indoors
SHIFT WORK: No
Internal Posting Date: September 17, 2020
External Posting Date: September 24, 2020
Closing Date: When Filled
The Program Director is a project manager responsible for TMCEC professional and continuing education programs for municipal court support personnel (court clerks, court managers, and court administrators).
Job responsibilities include:
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, employer contribution to a SAR-SEP IRA plan, and annual and sick leave.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS: This position requires the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities and deadlines with limited supervision. Applicants must have a keen attention to detail and a proven work ethic as well as excellent problem solving and communication skills and the ability to work well with judges, court support personnel, TMCEC staff members, and volunteers. This position requires travel throughout the state.
Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license, car insurance or other proof of financial responsibility, a reliable mode of transportation, and be able to pass a criminal background check.
EXPERIENCE OF KNOWLEDGE PREFERRED: Applicants should have experience in instructional technology, publishing, journalism, teaching, and event planning and have a fundamental understanding of procedural and substantive criminal law and the operations of Texas criminal courts
Applicants must have one or more years of experience as a staff attorney, criminal law practitioner, government lawyer, and/or a work history reflecting a commitment to public service.
ABOUT TMCEC: The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center (TMCEC) was formed in 1984 by the Texas Municipal Courts Association (TMCA) to provide extensive, continuing professional education and training programs for municipal judges and court personnel. TMCEC is financed by a grant from the Court of Criminal Appeals out of funds appropriated by the Legislature to the Judicial and Court Personnel Training Fund.
In 2006, TMCEC was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation exclusively for charitable, literary, and educational purposes of providing: (1) judicial education, technical assistance, and the necessary resource material to assist municipal judges, court support personnel, and city attorneys in obtaining and maintaining professional competence in the fair and impartial administration of criminal justice; and (2) information to the public about the Texas judicial system and laws relating to public safety and quality of life in Texas communities.
TMCEC conducts courses in various locations throughout the state to facilitate compliance by municipal judges with the Court of Criminal Appeals order mandating continuing education on an annual basis. Courses are offered for judges, clerks, court administrators, juvenile case managers, bailiffs, warrant officers, and prosecutors.
Sponsoring more than 50 events annually and providing professional and law-related education to more than 4,000 people, TMCEC is one of the largest organizations of its kind in the United States. TMCEC has an outstanding cadre of faculty members that consists of judges, attorneys, and other professionals from throughout the nation. TMCEC takes pride in the quality and content of its conferences and work product. It has earned the praise of judges, attorneys, policy makers, and court professionals throughout the Lone Star State.
Employment application for new applicants who have not previously worked at TMCEC is located at http://www.tmcec.com/public/files/File/About%20Us/employment-application.pdf.
Resume and application may be submitted with cover letter by mail, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or fax
(512.435.6118). No telephone inquiries, please.
Apply at: City of Corpus Christi jobs
We welcome and appreciate your interest in employment with the City of Corpus Christi. We are an equal opportunity employer; no information obtained during the recruitment/selection process is intended for any discriminatory purposes.
Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
Salary: $12.77 - $20.92 Hourly (Dependent on Qualifications)
Department: Municipal Court
ATTENDANCE REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: Non-rotating 40 hour work week; Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Must be available to work additional hours as needed.
Who May Apply?
All persons legally authorized to work in the United States
The purpose and functions of a Court Clerk III are to provide case resolution for citizens that is in compliance with the law, and in an efficient and effective manner, and to provide administrative support to the Judiciary.
· Position will stamp, count, enter citations, arrest reports, and other items filed with the Court
· Will schedule cases for arraignment hearings appropriately
· Will create complaints for all citations entered
· Finalizes all cases paid in full through the Court’s online system
· Will create and mail Juror Summons for Court
· Files and updates returned Juror Summons in the Court system
· Schedules defendants’ cases for Adult, Juvenile, and Ordinance Jury, Bench, Motion, Administrative, and Show Cause Hearings
· Notifies all parties; processes all Motions filed with the Court and updates cases according to judicial orders
· Updates case records according to prosecutor instructions and prepares cases for Jury and Bench Trials
· Works as Judge’s Clerk in a Courtroom
· Records all Court proceedings, updates cases and obtains the defendant’s written acknowledgment of orders
· Reviews cases in queues and processes according to Court procedure, judicial orders, and prosecutor instructions
· Updating cases, scheduling cases on specific dockets, and mailing orders to all parties
· Checks in defendants and attorneys present for Court hearings
· May be asked to perform other duties as assigned.
· Position requires a High School Diploma or GED
· Two (2) years of related experience
· Must obtain TMCEC Municipal Court Certification within 18 months of employment
· Preference will be given to candidates with prior court experience, and Municipal Court Clerk Certification
· A valid driver's license is required
· Successful out of state candidates must be able to obtain a valid Texas driver's license within 90 days of hire
The City offers an excellent benefit package that includes:
· Texas Municipal Retirement System – the City offers a 2 to 1 match. Each employee automatically contributes 7% of their total compensation. The City matches 2 dollars for every 1 dollar you contribute.
· Medical/dental/vision/life coverage for employees and their eligible dependents.
· Vacation – 88+ hours per year
· Personal leave – 40 hours per year
· Sick leave – 96 hours per year
· Voluntary 457b deferred compensation plan
· Eight (8) Holidays
· Flexible Spending Account
· City Employee Health & Wellness Clinic & City Employee Fitness Center
· Learning & Development Academy
· Tuition Reimbursement Programs
· Employee Recognition Programs
Basis of Rating
Application review and the City may also conduct additional skill assessment tests, in addition to the panel interview.
Selected applicants must be able to pass a background investigation and a pre-employment drug test.
Any position that lists a minimum qualification for education level and/or license/certification will require the applicant to provide proof of documentation if selected for hire into the position with the City of Corpus Christi.
In the event of an emergency, employees are required to work to provide for the safety and well-being of the general public, including the delivery and restoration of vital services.
Job opening will close on:
November 24, 2020
Apply online: City of Lewisville Jobs
$18.83 Hourly; $3,264.08 Monthly; $39,169.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 11/02/20
CLOSING DATE: 11/16/20 05:30 PM
Responsible for providing support and assistance to all judges of the Court in clerical, non-judicial administrative, and magisterial matters by managing and coordinating the judicial activities of the courtroom and executing duties delegated by the Judge.
Education High School Diploma or GED required. Experience Four years of responsible office administration experience is required with at least two years in
a court or legal office. REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of:
Preferences Bilingual in English and Spanish.
SALARY: See Position Description
OPENING DATE: 10/12/20
CLOSING DATE: 11/23/20 05:30 PM
The City of Lewisville seeks a Municipal Court Manager to oversee daily operations of a municipal court in a City of 104,000 residents who issue approximately 20,000-23,000 citations annually. This position provides administrative and supervisory direction over the activities of the municipal court operations.
Starting Salary: $90,000 - $103,500 annually based on experience + $350/mo car allowance & $50/mo phone allowance
Education Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business or Public administration or a related field required. Every two years of related job experience may substitute for one year of the education required. Experience Five years of progressively responsible experience in court operations including five years supervisory experience required. REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of:
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.cityoflewisville.com
151 W. Church St. Lewisville, TX 75057 972-219-3453 469-365-5252
Position #FY1920-00175 MUNICIPAL COURT MANAGER EW
SALARY: $17.30 - $25.95 Hourly
$35,982.96 - $53,974.44 Annually
OPENING DATE: 10/23/20
CLOSING DATE: 11/13/20 11:59 PM
Grant Funded: Yes
Work Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday with occasional evenings and Saturdays.
For more information regarding the position, visit the City of San Antonio’s employment website at the following link for a complete job description and to submit your application:
Pursuant to Article 45.054, Article 45.056, Article 45.057 and Article 102.0174, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, under Judicial Supervision, is responsible for providing case management services for juvenile offenders who are before the court consistent with the court's statutory
power or referred to the court by a school administrator or designee for misconduct that would be within the court's statutory jurisdiction prior to a case being filed. Assigned to one or more primary and/or secondary school campuses. Working conditions are primarily inside an office environment and/or a courtroom. Work schedule varies; includes evenings and weekends. May exercise functional supervision over assigned staff
This position is a "grant funded" position, therefore unclassified and has no disciplinary appeal rights to the Municipal Civil Service Commission. This position is likewise subject to at-will employment status and can be terminated at any time for any reason.
Work Location: 401 S. Frio and/or assigned Independent School District
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Apply at: City of Prosper Jobs
Hiring Range: $53,126.86 - $62,502.19
Full Salary Range: $53,126.86 - $71,877.52
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Administers non-judicial functions of the court, including direct supervision of non-judicial court personnel. Design and implement policies and procedures, and administer the day-to-day operations of the court, including budget and financial analysis.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Directly supervises multiple employees in the Court. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor's degree or three to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
A valid Class C driver’s license with a clean driving record is required for this position. Driving is a requirement of this position. A minimum of Municipal Court Clerk Level I Certification is preferred.
Starting at $2,297.60/bi-weekly
Open Until Filled - Subject to Close Without Notice
Salary: $40,144.00 - $58,482.23 Annually
This is a professional position responsible for a broad range of court operations and supervision within the Municipal Court. This position will plan and coordinate court operations to include assigned administrative functions on behalf of the City’s Municipal Court, endeavors to insure all court procedures provide current legal and ethical case management adhering to local and state statutes, serves as the liaison for the Court with all its filing entities and the defendants it serves, oversees clerk functions and training, provides exemplary customer service to the public, creates, organizes and maintains all necessary databases and court procedures and documents for all issues handled by the City of Denison Municipal Court, administers proper collections of fines, fees and court costs and the reporting there of, manages court dockets, appeals, notifications, and special procedures meeting the needs of its filing entities, supervises assigned personnel and assist with preparation of the yearly Court Budget.
The following duties are typical for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to demonstrate competence and satisfactory performance of these duties. Other duties may be required and assigned.
1. Performs supervisory functions for all clerk staff.
2. Responds to inquiries and requests from other departments and the general public.
3. Answers telephone; directs calls, answers questions and takes messages.
4. Performs research and provides information.
5. Issues and/or files citations, cases, subpoenas, warrants and other court orders.
6. Manages the weekly court docket.
7. Provides certified or plain copies to requesting persons, organizations or municipalities.
8. Scans in documents.
9. Prepares state reports, finance reports and addresses all court administrative duties.
10. Develops and prepares forms and correspondence.
11. Prepares all new cases, issues necessary citations and notices.
12. Proofs documents.
13. Trains new employees.
14. Receives, sorts, opens and distributes mail; performs large-scale mail outs.
15. Performs standard office functions, including faxing, copying, shredding and filing.
16. Assists in filing various applications, motions, reports and notices.
17. Responsible for auditing case files for Warrant eligibility and the issuing thereof.
18. Maintain policy and procedural manual.
19. Maintain and supervise collections procedures.
20. Communicate with the police department regarding warrants and assist the PD clerks with questions.
21. Assist public with questions in person or via phone in relation to court and other city divisions.
22. Assist Court Administrator in all court functions.
23. Assist Prosecutor in preparing case files for court dockets
24. Refers to City ordinances, State Penal Codes, and City directories in performing work activities.
25. Assists Court Administrator with budgeting.
26. Endeavor to ensure proper Court Room decorum is practiced at all times
27. Other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
· High School Diploma/GED with five (5) year’s work experience in a legal setting and a minimum of 2 years in a supervisory role is preferred.
· Must have valid driver's license.
· Must have driving record sufficient for coverage by City's auto liability carrier.
· Must hold Level 2 Municipal Court Clerk Certification at time of hire and maintain ongoing requirements for Level 2 Court Clerk Certification.
· Must obtain Notary Public Commission within six (6) months from date of hire.
· Previous cash handling, posting and reconciliation experience.
· Previous court experience.
· Previous supervisory experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
1. Knowledge of administrative policies and procedures of the City.
2. Ability to establish and maintain accurate records of assigned activities and operations.
3. Ability to interpret and implement local policies and procedures; written instructions, general correspondence; Federal, State, and local regulations.
4. Skill in organizational and time management to prioritize duties to accomplish a high volume of work product while adapting to constant changes in priority.
5. Ability to perform detailed work accurately and independently in compliance with stringent time limits with minimal direction and supervision.
6. Ability to think quickly, maintain self-control, and adapt to stressful situations.
7. Knowledge of current office practices and procedures and knowledge of the operation of standard office equipment and software.
8. Knowledge of computer software including word processing, spreadsheet and database applications consistent for this position.
9. Ability to perform mathematical calculations required of this position.
10. Ability to communicate clearly, concisely and effectively in English in both written and verbal form.
11. Skill in researching and understanding complex written materials.
12. Ability to prepare and maintain accurate and concise records and reports.
13. Ability to apply sound judgment and discretion in performing duties, resolving problems and interpreting policies and regulations.
14. Ability to communicate detailed and often sensitive information effectively and concisely, both orally and in writing.
15. Ability to handle sensitive interpersonal situations calmly and tactfully.
16. Ability to maintain professionalism at all times.
17. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with individuals within and outside the organization.
18. Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion regarding business-related files, reports and conversations, within the provision of Freedom of Information Act and other applicable State and Federal statutes and regulations.
19. Ability to work the allocated hours of the position and respond after hours as needed.
Opening Date: August 28, 2020
Closing Date: September 23, 2020
Number of Hours Weekly: 30-40 Hours
Under general supervision, is responsible for providing Municipal Courts-at-Law case files and documents; maintaining dockets; preparing correspondence; preparing official documents; coordinating court appearances; administering oaths; performing data entry; answering telephones; maintaining files; making certified copies; and performing related duties as required.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Starting pay of $15.00 to $18.00 an hour depending on qualifications and experience.
Resumes will be accepted through the end of business Wednesday, September 23, 2020 by emailing Mayor Micki Ball email@example.com or by mail to City of Sandy Oaks, Mayor Ball, P.O. Box 828, Elmendorf, TX 78112. Resumes MUST be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date, not postmarked.
The City of Sandy Oaks is an Equal Opportunity Employer.