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  • March 16, 2020 8:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $36,354 - $53,078

    Closing: Open Until Filled (Subject to Close Without Notice)

    The City of Fredericksburg is currently accepting applications for a Municipal Court Clerk.   Under administrative direction of the Municipal Court Judge, this position will perform administrative, clerical and accounting work in the Municipal Court.  Duties include, but are not limited to, providing customer service to the public in person and on the telephone, preparing and processing court documents, assistance in scheduling/coordinating court proceedings, payment plans, and /or deferred disposition.  Additional duties include preparing assigned court dockets, sending correspondence to defendants, and responding to inquiries from the Judge regarding individual cases. Individual must be able to work independently under limited supervision and maintain an organized and efficient operation of office. Bilingual communication is strongly preferred.  Preference will be given to those who have a Level I or Level II Court Clerk Certification or those willing to obtain certifications. Applications may be picked up and returned to City Hall, 126 W. Main St. Fredericksburg, TX. 78624 or downloaded from our website at http://www.fbgtx.org  and emailed to tloth@fbgtx.org.  For additional information regarding this position please contact Tammie Loth, HR Manager, at 830-990-2017. Benefits include paid time off, group health insurance, retirement, and paid holidays. EOE


    Under administrative direction of the Municipal Judge, performs administrative, clerical and accounting work in the Municipal Court.


    • Responsible for the support of the operation of Municipal Court.
    • Processes traffic citations, constructs files, etc.
    • Develops court dockets and maintains court records and warrant control.
    • Monitors case dispositions for compliance with court orders.
    • Receives, logs, and indexes incoming filings, citations and complaints.
    • Processes juror subpoenas and supervises juror response and service.
    • Assists the public by checking records and files for requested information.
    • Receipts and disburses payments, sets up time payment accounts, prepares deposits and maintains accurate accounting for all funds collected, processed and disbursed.
    • Takes appropriate action for delinquent payments.
    • May assist Municipal Court Judge during trials.
    • Answers the telephone; responds to complaints or inquiries and screens and routes calls as appropriate.
    • Operates a variety of office equipment including computers, copiers, facsimile machines; inputs and retrieves data, text and graphics.
    • Performs other duties as required or assigned.


    Education and Experience:

    High school diploma and two (2) years of general office experience; or any combination of education and experience that would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of business English, composition, spelling and punctuation; basic mathematics.
    • Knowledge of the functions and procedures of the court.
    • Knowledge of modern office procedures, methods and equipment including computers.
    • Knowledge of business letter and report writing; filing and indexing procedures.
    • Ability to understand and correctly execute verbal and written instructions,
    • Ability to handle multiple tasks while meeting all deadlines and properly documenting actions, calls, and court orders.
    • Ability to maintain a professional demeanor while dealing with angry or difficult customers.
    • Ability to operate office equipment including adding machine, photocopier, and personal computer with respect to word processing, electronic spreadsheets, basic database management and integrated accounting systems.
    • Ability to accurately prepare and maintain correspondence, files, reports, and statistical information.
    • Ability to work cooperatively as a member of a service-oriented team.
    • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
    • Ability to fluently speak and understand the Spanish language and act as the Court’s interpreter.
    • Ability to courteously respond to requests and inquiries from the general public and staff.


    • Ability to sit for long periods, as necessary.
    • Must use eyes, ears, hands and fingers to perform assigned duties and responsibilities; occasional lifting over 20 pounds.


    Work is generally performed while standing or sitting in an office environment with a computer and telephone.

  • March 12, 2020 8:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $22.54 Hourly (Part-Time)

    Closing: March 20, 2020 (Subject to Close Without Notice)

    Apply online at: City of McKinney Jobs


    Working for the City of McKinney is more than a job.  It is an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.  It is also an opportunity to have a hand in the development of one of the fastest growing communities in the nation.  In 2014, our community was named "The #1 Best Place to Live in America."  Although proud of that honor, everyone on our team is committed to making McKinney an even better place to live, work and raise a family.  That's why we exist.
    City of McKinney employees work hard and at a very fast pace.  However, we also look after and support one another.  All of us are guided by four employee-inspired values – Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence (RISE).  We are also supported by servant-based leaders who foster and support a healthy, family-oriented culture.  All new employees are expected to embrace and live by our core values and commit to helping us sustain our exceptional work environment as a high performance organization.
    Under general supervision, the mission of the Juvenile Case Manager position is to intervene meaningfully in the lives of children (age 10 to 16) who are either at risk for being charged with, who have actually been charged with, or who have been convicted of fine-only misdemeanors in municipal court. The juvenile case manager accomplishes this purpose by familiarizing himself or herself with the lives and family circumstances of child-defendants; mobilizing community partners to provide services to children and their families; fashioning sentence recommendations for judges; monitoring compliance with court orders and judgments; and preparing and presenting statistical information about child-offenders. This position is part time, expected to work no more than 19 hours per week.

    Essential Functions/Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

    In order for us to continue to achieve our primary function of making McKinney a better place to live, work, and raise a family, we hold these expectations for all employees.

    • Learn and demonstrate an understanding of how team, department, and City goals are interconnected.
    • Contribute to a positive work culture.
    • Maintain regular and reliable attendance.
    • Ability to assess his/her work performance or the work performance of the team.
    • Contribute to the development of others and/or the working unit or overall organization.
    • Ability and willingness to work as part of a team, to demonstrate team skills, and to perform a fair share of team responsibilities.
    • Ability to continuously learn and develop through a mix of internal and external training opportunities, and if applicable, encourage subordinates to do the same.
    • Be an expert on the procedural and substantive laws applicable to children in municipal court.
    • Develop and implement programs to assist children who are at-risk of having a formal charge filed against them in municipal court.
    • For children charged with violations in municipal court, provide the court with individualized assessments of each child's home environment; developmental, psychological, and educational status; previous interactions with the justice system; and sanctions available to the court that would serve the best interests of the child and the justice system.
    • Schedule cases involving children on the court's juvenile dockets.  Communicate on the court's behalf with parents and children regarding court appointments.  Identify children who fail to appear as required.  Prepare orders of non-secure custody and work with warrant officers and school resource officers to serve those orders.
    • Be in the courtroom for all juvenile dockets.  Disposition cases involving children and explain to children and their parent(s)/guardian(s) the judge's orders and other requirements.  Assist with the court's other dockets as needed.
    • Identify and develop resources for children, families, and the court designed to address the underlying causes of the child's behavior and to assist the child in complying with the court's orders.
    • Monitor each child's compliance with the court's orders.  Contact children and their parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding compliance requirements, resources, and timetables.  Schedule non-compliant cases for show cause and contempt hearings.
    • Develop and manage the court's community service program.  Management of the program could include, but is not necessarily limited to:
      • Identifying community service venues and projects with community organizations and/or city agencies;
      • Developing, creating, maintaining, and communicating a schedule of community service projects;
      • Scheduling children for community service projects;
      • Ordering and maintaining supplies required for community service projects;
      • Attending and supervising community service projects;
      • Verifying community service hours submitted, including hours performed in the court's community service program and hours completed outside the court's program.
    • Update information in the court's database and the Juvenile Information System (JIS).  Maintain and prepare statistical information and provide statistical reports.  Research and prepare grant funding proposals for projects.
    • Perform other clerical duties as required for maintenance of cases and dockets.
    • Comply with all written City policies and procedures.
    • Adhere to assigned work schedule as outlined in City and department attendance policies and procedures.          
    • Perform other duties as assigned or directed.                        
    • Ability to embrace and embody the City's core values of Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence (R.I.S.E.).
    • Ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, subordinates, and people to whom service is provided.
    • Ability to produce desired work outcomes, including quality, quantity, and timeliness.
    • Ability to plan and organize work, time, and resources, and if applicable, that of subordinates.
    • Work in a team environment, contribute as a team member, and treat co-workers, subordinates and customers with respect.
    • Build professional relationships with internal staff and customers.
    • Form partnerships with community and governmental organizations.
    • Offer flexibility and adaptability, especially during times of change.
    • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
    • Knowledge of caseload management principles and practices;
    • Knowledge of conflict mediation principles and practices;
    • Knowledge of courtroom proceedings and presentation.
    • Knowledge of applicable procedural and substantive law.
    • Knowledge of local programs and services for juveniles and the methods for accessing those programs and services.
    • Ability to effectively communicate with youth, parents, and service agencies.
    • Skill in juvenile case planning and management.
    • Ability to work quickly and modify the routine to fit the needs of the court on a day to day basis.
    • Displays high standards of ethical conduct and confidentiality.
    • Ability to effectively handle sensitive situations requiring courtesy, persuasion, and tact.
    Required Qualifications

    Bachelor's Degree, major course work in social science, criminal justice, business administration or related field.
    Any work related experience resulting in acceptable proficiency levels in the above Minimum Qualifications may be an acceptable substitute for the above specified education and experience requirements.
    Fluency or proficiency in speaking and writing Spanish.  One (1) year experience in a municipal or justice court setting.  Level One of the Municipal Court Clerk Certification through TMCEC or the ability to obtain within one year of employment.

    • Must pass a drug screen and background check.
    • Must have Class C Texas Driver's License.
    Physical Demands/Supplemental

    Tasks involve the ability to exert very moderate physical effort in light work, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, and which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of moderate weight (12-20 pounds). Some tasks require visual perception and discrimination.
    There is limited exposure to environmental conditions.  Some tasks are performed with some risk of exposure to violence.
    The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed as of the date of preparation and approval.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the position.  Employees holding this position will be required to perform any other job-related duties as requested by management. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee, and all requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.
    The City of McKinney is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) committed to an alcohol / drug free workplace and to providing equal opportunities regardless of age, race, color, gender, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.

  • March 06, 2020 2:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    invites applications for the position of:
    Senior Municipal Court of Record Clerk


    $21.45 Hourly

    OPENING DATE: 3/4/2020


    CLOSING DATE: 3/18/2020 11:59 PM


    Grant Funded: No


    Work Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday (Hours subject to change based on department need.)

    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:



    Under general direction is responsible for providing lead support, guidance, and informal training to a group of employees, in an assigned section, who perform a variety of clerical and/or technical duties in support of Municipal Courts. Exercises functional supervision over assigned staff.


    • Acts as a lead in the direction and guidance of work activities including assigning, monitoring, and reviewing the tasks and duties performed by employees in assigned section.

    • Trains employees on procedures, and methods used in assigned section.

    • Ensures calculations and collection of fees, fines, and court costs received are based on judicial orders, and are in compliance with state laws and City ordinances.

    • Assists in the formulation of policies and procedures for the assigned department; ensures compliance with current City and department rules and regulations.

    • Monitors, reviews, and ensures administrative dismissals for customers are based on orders issued by the Presiding Judge.

    • Performs general administrative support functions.

    • Responds to inquiries from the general public, attorneys, police, and other agencies.

    • Researches, compiles and analyzes data for special projects and various reports; prepares reports outlining progress of projects; documents, problems and issues.

    • May participate in the preparation of the division budget; assists with monitoring and reviewing expenditures; provides information to appropriate department staff.

    • May oversee the proper discarding of archived files for the Municipal Courts.

    • May organize and maintain filing systems; maintain records related to specific areas of assignment.

    • May respond to and resolve difficult and sensitive citizen inquires and complaints.

    • Reviews National Crime Information Center, Texas Crime Information Center, Texas Department of Public Safety (NCIC/TCIC/DPS) databases for criminal histories, warrant records and driving records.

    • Updates NCIC/TCIC databases with warrant records and conviction records reported to DPS.

    • Performs related duties and fulfills responsibilities as required.


    • Two (2) years of college from an accredited college or university.

    • Two (2) years of general office or administrative experience to include one (1) year of lead work experience.

    • Applicants for this position must pass a Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) fingerprint-based background check and maintain CJIS eligibility. Due to CJIS requirements related to system access, the following will result in being disqualified for this position: Felony Convictions, Felony Deferred Adjudication, Class A & B Misdemeanor Deferred Adjudication, Class B Misdemeanor Convictions, an Open Arrest for Any Criminal Offense (Felony or Misdemeanor), and Family Violence Convictions.

    • This position requires a valid Class "C" Texas Driver's License OR valid driver's license from another state with the ability to obtain a valid Class "C" Texas Driver's License within 30 days of becoming a Texas resident. Use of your own personal vehicle may at time be required and proof of Liability Insurance will be required.

    • Valid Texas Crime Information Center and National Crime Information Center (TCIC/NCIC) Certification within one (1) year of employment and re-certified yearly.

    • Must maintain Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunications System Access (TLETS) eligibility for continued employment in position (TLETS provides access to TCIC and NCIC).

    • Must obtain the Municipal Court Clerk Certification, Level II, within eighteen (18) months of date of hire.

    • Any applicant selected for this position must have a background check completed with results satisfactory to the City of San Antonio and successfully complete the City of San Antonio's Cash-Handling Certification Training.


    • Certified Court Clerk II Supervisor experience.

    • Supervisory experience.

    • Bilingual in English and Spanish.

    • Cash handling experience.

    • Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel.

    • Strong customer service experience.


    • If selected for this position, official transcripts, diplomas, certifications and licenses must be submitted at the time of processing. Unofficial transcripts and copies of other relevant documents may be attached to the application for consideration in advance.

    • Please be advised that if selected for this position, information regarding employment history as it relates to the qualifications of the position will be needed for employment verification. Applicants claiming military service to meet the experience requirement for this position may attach a DD214 to the application.

    • Unless otherwise stated, applicants are permitted to substitute two years of related full-time experience for one year of higher education or one year of related higher education for two years of experience in order to meet the minimum requirements of the job. One year of full-time experience is defined as 30 or more hours worked per week for 12 months. One year of higher education is defined as 30 credit hours completed at an accredited college or university.

    • Applicants selected for employment with the City of San Antonio in this position must receive satisfactory results from pre-employment drug testing and background checks. If required for the position, a physical, motor vehicle record evaluation, and additional background checks may be conducted.


    • Physical requirements include occasional lifting/carrying of 10 pounds; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer keyboard and basic office equipment. Subject to sitting, standing, reaching, stooping, walking, twisting and kneeling to perform the essential functions. Working conditions are primarily inside an office environment.


    • Knowledge of principles and practices of organization and management.

    • Knowledge of computer and software applications.

    • Knowledge of English usage, spelling, and punctuation.

    • Knowledge of research, statistical and data collection methods.

    • Knowledge of business letter writing and basic report preparation.

    • Knowledge of business mathematics.

    • Knowledge of record keeping procedures and practices.

    • Knowledge of applicable Federal, State and local news and regulations.

    • Knowledge of the court system.

    • Knowledge of legal terminology.

    • Ability to provide excellent customer service.

    • Ability to become a Notary Public in the State of Texas.

    • Ability to maintain confidential data and information for division, section, or office staff.

    • Ability to read and interpret judicial orders.

  • March 06, 2020 2:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing: April 6, 2020 (Subject to Close Without Notice)


    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 

    Grade: 115

    Salary: $16.30 - $27.19 Hourly (Dependent on Qualifications)

    Department: Municipal-Court City Marshal

    E-mail: AshleyV@cctexas.com

    Who May Apply?

    All persons legally authorized to work in the United States

    ATTENDANCE REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: Rotating Flexible Schedule up to 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday.  Must be able to work additional hours as needed.


    The Deputy City Marshal provides Municipal Court security for judicial, prosecutors, staff, citizens, and courtrooms, including entrances/exits.

    • Serve warrants, search, find, and arrest defendants, and transport to the City Detention Center
    • Process summons, serve subpoenas, and serve Emergency Protective Orders
    • Provide Municipal Court Security
    • Perform other Municipal Court related functions including public relations and communications
    • Assist with juvenile proceedings
    • Must be able to compute statistics, common equations, interpret graphs, math tables and charts
    • Must be able to generate and comprehend accurate arrest reports for the court, other agencies, city detention center, and defendants
    • Must be able to accurately determine and find the right defendants based on data captured on citations and entered in the Court’s computer system. Must be able to use other software enabling further locating defendants with different addresses.
    • Decisions require intense deliberation as their consequences have a profound influence over many lives. Circumstances require quick and spontaneous decisions.
    • Requires extensive interaction with the general public and Municipal Court defendants, judges, prosecutors, staff, CDC staff, Nueces County Jail staff, CCPD, and other law enforcement agencies
    • Knowledge of Incode, iLeads, Visiweb, Microsoft Office, Laserfiche, and Kronos preferred
    • May be asked to perform other duties as assigned.
    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Two (2) years of Law Enforcement experience
    • Must possess a current certification as a Peace Officer by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
    • A valid driver's license is required
    • Successful candidate must be able to obtain a valid Texas driver's license within 90 days of hire.

    Other information:

    All applicants must successfully complete every stage of the application process in order to be considered for the position of Deputy City Marshal. Stages of the application process are as follows:

    1.  Must submit a complete and accurate application for employment packet.
    2.  Must pass a physical agility test consisting of 25 push-ups within one minute for males and 21 for females, 25 sit ups within one minute for males and 25 for females, 300 meter run within 73 seconds for males and 84 seconds for females.
    3.  Must pass a complete background check including, but not limited to, criminal history, residence history, employment history, and credit check.
    4.  Must pass a polygraph examination.
    5. Must pass a psychological and a medical examination.
    6. Must participate in a panel/board interview.


    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.

    Closing Statement

    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.

  • March 05, 2020 12:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $10 - $15 per hour

    Closing: Open Until Filled (Subject to Close Without Notice)


    Statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title. 


    To perform a wide variety of specialized clerical duties in support of the municipal court including the initiation, processing and maintenance of legal documents, correspondence, statistics, and to provide information and assistance to the public.  Also provides support to the City Secretary.


    Direct supervision is provided by City Secretary.  General supervision is by the Mayor.




    The duties described are not intended to

    • All behaviors comply with the Code of Conduct and Rules of Behavior outlined in the Brookside Village Ordinances and Employee Manual.
    • Assist the public in person and by phone including retrieving information and files, and providing general information regarding scheduling of court dates, defensive driving, warrants, and granting extensions.  Ability to explain possible legal options to defendant.
    • Adheres to assigned work schedule as outlined in city and department attendance policies and procedures.
    • Compile, type, record, file a wide variety of court records, reports and materials including citations, summons, warrants, letters, reports, and complaints.
    • Sort, file, copy and distribute court documents, reports to appropriate personnel, and process paperwork required by law for cases appealed to a higher court.
    • Collect, prepare, and process receipts on court payments received.  Assist in counting and balancing receipts and payments.  Verify account information as requested.
    • Provide clerical and secretarial support to assist the Mayor, City Council and other support staff in the completion of their duties and responsibilities.
    • Prepare and maintain a variety of files and filing systems.  Prepare, maintain and update various records.  Verify information as requested.
    • Screen and direct calls and visitors as appropriate.
    • Enter data into the computer system.  Backup computer disks as assigned.


    • May participate in a variety of activities involving travel between various City facilities and to other related external business and government agencies which may include collecting distributing mail, delivering money for deposits and picking up materials and supplies.
    • Proof citations with the complaint for accuracy, sign and affix court seal on complaints.
    • Maintain a records filing system.
    • Support the Police Department.
    • Support the City secretary.
    • Support the City officials.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.



    ·       High School Diploma or GED.


    ·       Two years of progressively responsible secretarial and clerical experience.  Type 45 wpm.


    ·       Must possess a valid Class C Texas driver’s license.

    ·       Required to obtain TMCEC Level 1 certification within first year of hire.


    ·       An employee’s performance will be evaluated based on five competencies:  (1) job knowledge; (2) teamwork; (3) customer service; (4) flexibility; (5) work ethic.


    ·       Proper public contact and telephone etiquette.

    ·       Modern office procedures, methods and equipment including computers and associated equipment.

    ·       English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation.

    ·       Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.

    ·       Business letter writing and report preparation.

    ·       Principles and procedures of record keeping.

    ·       Typing various reports and correspondence.

    ·       Operating various types of office equipment including typewriters, computers, facsimile machines, and photocopiers.

    ·       Operate computer Microsoft Office Work and Excel.

    ·       Must be competent in the police operating system.

    ·       Processing court documents accurately and efficiently.


    ·       Tactfully respond to requests and inquiries from the general public.

    ·       Simultaneously perform a variety of clerical and secretarial functions.

    ·       Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

    ·       Flexibly adapt to a variety of work situations and interruptions

    ·       Organize work for appropriate and timely completion.

    ·       Compose, prepare and review a variety of correspondence and reports.

    ·       Type at a speed necessary for successful job performance.

    ·       Work independently in the absence of supervision.

    ·       Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

    ·       Pass a random drug test.


                Maintain effective audio-visual discrimination and perception needed for:

    ·       Making observations.

    ·       Reading and writing.

    ·       Communicating with others.

    ·       Operating assigned equipment.

    ·       Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include the following:

    o   Occasionally bending, stooping, twisting, squatting, reaching above the shoulders, and sitting for extended periods of time.

    o   Lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 25 pounds.


    The job description is:

    1. Intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skill, and behaviors of employees in this job.
    2. Not an employment agreement or contract.  The City of Brookside Village has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice.
    3. Intended to describe the essential functions of the position that a qualified individual must be able to perform, either with or without reasonable accommodation.

    The City of Brookside Village is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, the City of Brookside Village will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

  • March 05, 2020 12:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $37,232.00 Annually

    Closing: April 6, 2020 (Subject to Close Without Notice)

    Apply online at: City of Midlothian Jobs

    Position Summary

    Under direct supervision, performs support functions for Municipal Court; to include services and programs for juvenile offenders. Performs related duties as required.

    Essential Job Functions

    o   Responsible for customer service to public, verify insurance, explain options, clear warrants.

    o   Performs support function by attending to the data entry of citations.

    o   Answering phones, processing affidavits, complaints and warrants.

    o    Stamp and process outgoing mail.

    o   Processes appearance and surety bonds.

    o   Process daily cash collections by receiving and receipting payments at the window.

    o   Verifies and mails out warrant information.

    o   Assist public at counter with fine payments and all types of dispositions of cases. 

    o   Handles correspondence.

    o   Responsible for regular attendance and arriving to work on time.

    o   Other duties may be assigned.


    Supervisory Responsibilities
    This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    Education and/or Experience
    Graduation from High School or completion of GED and one year of experience as a Municipal Court Clerk; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
    Possess a Level 1 or higher T.C.C.A certification, or ability to obtain within 12 months of employment. Must be available to work mandatory overtime. Must have valid Texas Class "C" Driver's License with acceptable driving record. Bilingual (Spanish) skills preferred but not required

    Supplemental Information

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
    Good knowledge of general office practices and basic English; ability to type 35 wpm with accuracy; ability to organize and maintain filing systems; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, general public and elected officials.
    Skill in the use of a computer and in the operation of software, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and court software. Ability to provide good customer service in stressful situations. Must be able to exercise organizational and time management skills. Ability to handle cash receipts and balance cash drawer on a daily basis.
    Physical Demands
    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand and walk. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
    Work Environment
    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

  • March 05, 2020 12:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $45,760-$54,080

    Closing: (Subject to Close Without Notice)

    Apply online at: City of Pleasanton Jobs

    JOB FUNCTION: Serves in an executive officer capacity to the presiding judge and provides all clerical and quasi-judicial administrative functions of the City’s Municipal Court.


    • Establishes departmental policies, procedures and regulations and ensures proper enforcement. 
    • Implements new forms, policies, court procedures, legislative procedures, and legal requirements and works with Municipal Judge, Prosecutor, and Court Clerks on new processes. 
    • Responsible for hiring process, performance evaluations and disciplinary procedures of staff. 
    • Responsible for daily deposits and cash reports, including reconciling payment activity of Municipal Court staff. 
    • Facilitates monthly court sessions, including completion of appropriate post-trial documentation; forwarding appeals to County Courts and the mailing of notices to the defendants; 
    • Attends annual training specific to legislative changes affecting municipal courts, records management software upgrades and municipal court procedures. 
    • Attends training required to maintain Court Clerk Certification. 
    • Perform duties for the Court Clerks when needed. 
    • Performs all other job related duties as assigned or that becomes apparent. 
    • Assists in development of annual budget and makes recommendation for purchases, capital items or additional employees during annual budget process. Monitors all expenditures during the year for adherence to annual appropriations. 
    • Review calls for service, citations, and Municipal Court information forms received from the Police Department. 
    • Prepares monthly reports to city/state.
    • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with employees, city officials and general public. 
    • Reports Driver’s License Suspensions to the State of Texas. 
    • Maintains and updates data to the Omni Base DPS System. 
    • High School diploma or equivalent 
    • Complete courses of the Texas Municipal Court Education Center in order to comply with training required to perform any duties of the office of clerk of the municipal court. 
    • 5 years of experience as Texas Court Clerk or Court Administrator 
    • Class C Texas Driver’s License
    • Bilingual (English and Spanish) 
    • TMCEC Certified Texas Municipal Court Clerk Level I or higher 
    • Establishes rules of procedure on questions for which standard procedures have not been established by law or by superior court 
    • Coordinates court activities with Court Clerk, City Attorney and other city departments. 
    • Must be proficient in all operations, rules, reports and procedures of Court; ensure that all dockets, judgments and other municipal court documents are accurately prepared, maintained and filed. Exercise considerable initiative and judgment; and extensive discretion when handling confidential and sensitive information.
    • Physical requirements include lifting up to 25 pounds occasionally 
    • Subject to standing, sitting, walking, climbing, bending, squatting, kneeling and working in cramped and strained positions for long periods of time to perform job scope
    • Working conditions are primarily inside with occasional exposure to the outdoors
  • February 11, 2020 3:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $14 - $16 / HR

    Closing: (Subject to Close Without Notice)

    Apply online at: City of Royse City Jobs

    GENERAL SUMMARY Under the general supervision of the Court Administrator and the Presiding Judge, employee will be responsible for managing all municipal juvenile cases, acting as a liaison between the court, parents, and juvenile defendants. Ensures parents and juvenile defendants are educated on court processes and orders. Also assists Court Administrator and Court Clerk with clerical and customer service functions of the Municipal Court office. Under Court Administrator’s direction, participates in and assists in directing the Teen Court program. Work is performed with limited supervision.


    • Performs a variety of case-related tasks, which include: assisting with a variety of juvenile dockets; monitoring all aspects of juvenile cases from citation through disposition; explaining terms of court orders to juvenile defendants and their parents; monitoring program compliance and assisting defendants and their families with court-ordered program information; preparing documents for Judge's signature; and performing other related juvenile case and docket maintenance activities. 
    • Maintains contacts with defendants, parents, officers and/or other interested parties in person, by telephone, or via e-mail. 
    • Prepares a variety of reports, logs, and other related business correspondence related to juvenile case files. 
    • Coordinates and monitors court-ordered community service activities, which includes: preparing community service paperwork; scheduling and supervising defendants not able to be placed in traditional community service locations; contacting organizations willing to accept community service workers; closing out cases and ensuring fines have been properly adjusted; and/or, performing other related activities. 
    • Keeps abreast of local programs that are available to juvenile defendants, which may include: community service programs/options, drug treatment centers, rehabilitation programs, counseling centers, diversion programs, and other related programs. 
    • Schedules and prepares minors/juveniles for training as needed for the Teen Court program under the direction of the Court Administrator and an attorney advisor.
    • Prepares, schedules, and organizes monthly Teen Court docket. 
    • Promotes Teen Court program in the community and recruits volunteers to participate. 
    • Checks status of minor/juvenile offenders at school for attendance and compliance with school rules if required by court order. 
    • Monitors all juvenile cases and keeps juvenile defendants, their parents, and the court appraised of minor/juvenile offenders progress in court-ordered programs and community service work to help promote a successful completion of the court's orders. 
    • Maintains a working knowledge of minor/juvenile justice system and issues affecting minors/juveniles today. 
    • Maintains a working relationship with schools where minor/juvenile defendants attend. 
    • Must exercise discretion, maintain confidentiality, and exhibit professional skills.
    • Advises defendants of their rights and basic judicial procedures. 
    • Conveys a positive professional image by action, communication, and appearance.
    • Regular, reliable, and punctual attendance is an essential function of the job. 
    • Performs all other duties as assigned. 
    • Knowledge of clerical procedures of processing, recording, and preparing legal documents, records, and reports related to court operations 
    • Skill in communicating effectively with diverse groups of individuals utilizing tact and diplomacy. Discern and observe needs of public. Handle difficult situations. 
    • Skill in use of computers and Microsoft office applications; learn and proficiently utilize new computer applications, experience with Incode software preferred. 
    • Ability to exercise proper judgment when dealing with situations that require immediate action. 
    • Ability to perform job functions independently and without direct supervision. 
    • Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with all levels of management, city officials, vendors, other employees, and the general public. 
    • Ability to apply appropriate laws, policy, or procedures dependent on circumstances.
    • Ability to effectively respond to a stressful or high pressure environment; meet deadlines and perform multiple tasks under pressure; work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. 
    • Ability to relate and communicate well with teenage defendants and volunteers.
    • High School Diploma or equivalent required. 
    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred. 
    • Valid Texas driver’s license required. 
    • Three (3) to five (5) years of work related experience in Juvenile Case Management, Juvenile Probation, or related field preferred.
    •  Must be able to attend TMCEC Juvenile Case Manager Training within 12 months.
    • Must have or be able to obtain within 18 months, TMCEC Level 1 Court Clerk Certification. 
    • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
  • February 06, 2020 4:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:  $38,500 - $53,900 Annually

    Closing: Open Until Filled (Subject to Close Without Notice)


    Under the general supervision of the Municipal Court Administrator, the Deputy Court Clerk performs general administrative support, office duties, monetary collections, and the daily functions of municipal court while portraying a high standard of customer service at all times during the performance of assigned duties.  Duties include, but are not limited to; contact with the public and city employees, processing of citations, warrants, operation of Court Software system and other computer, court, and office equipment for accurately entering, editing and producing court data.  The Deputy Court Clerk is expected to adhere to any and all city policies and procedures, as well as state and federal guidelines that apply to assigned duties.


    The duties described are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.


    ·         Provide customer service to citizens, defendants, parents of defendants, and other parties by phone and in person, i.e. answers questions, takes payments, sets court dates, enters information in computer, prepares payment plans, receives required court ordered documents and files appropriately.

    ·         Possess professional public relations skills and customer service skills.

    ·         Assist citizens with information regarding the entire municipal court process, i.e. options available, court procedures, etc.

    ·         Prepare cases for court, process judgments and dispositions, and enter case information into court software system.

    ·         Assist Judge, Prosecutors, attorneys and court personnel in the courtroom as needed.

    ·         Prepare and maintain court files, both manual and electronic, including data entry and digital imaging.

    ·         Perform jury selection process. 

    ·         Review court files for compliance of Judge’s orders and prepare arrest warrants for issuance in cases of noncompliance. 

    ·         Knowledgeable about the entire municipal court process.

    ·         Generate correspondence and documentation to defendants and attorneys related to court case files such as court summons, letters, promises to appear, document receipts, etc.

    ·         Review work for accuracy and completeness. 

    ·         Process incoming and outgoing mail.

    ·         Assist citizens with general information about the City and its services, and direct inquiries to the appropriate department.

    Revenue Collections

    ·         Receive and receipt payments for Municipal Court fines and fees as well as cash bond payments in the form of cash, check, money order, and credit card, received in person, by mail, online, or phone.

    ·         Balance cash drawer daily.

    ·         Performs end-of-day process as needed which includes posting payments in computer system, balancing all monies collected to detail reports, and preparing bank deposit. 

    Additional Duties & Training

    ·         Regular and punctual attendance is required.  Occasional hours scheduled outside of regular schedule for Court proceedings.

    ·         Assist with special projects or other duties as assigned.

    ·         Required annual training with Texas Municipal Court Education Center or other trainings as assigned.


    The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform assigned duties satisfactorily and retain employment with the City.

    Minimum Qualifications

    ·         Three (3) years’ experience in a general clerical position, preferably court.

    ·         High School Diploma or GED required. 

    ·         TMCEC Level 1 certification preferred, or ability to obtain within two (2) years of hire date.

    ·         Required to complete New Court Clerks-TMCEC training within first year of hire.

    ·         Required to complete 8 hours TCIC/TLETS training with six (6) months of hire.

    ·         Required to complete CJIS Security Awareness Training within six (6) months of hire.

    ·         Must have valid Texas Driver’s license prior to employment.

    ·         Must pass a pre-employment screening, background check and employment eligibility verifications.

    ·         Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    ·         Ability to comprehend, use, and retain city and state policies and legislation, i.e. City Personnel Policy, Texas Code of Criminal Procedures, Penal Code, Transportation Code, Code of Ordinance and Office Procedures.

    ·         Ability to work occasional hours outside of regular schedule for Court proceedings.

    ·         Ability to manage and prioritize tasks for efficient and timely completion.

    ·         Ability to work and contribute in a team environment and treat co-workers and customers with respect.

    ·         Ability to perform document creation and data entry/inquiry functions with speed and accuracy.

    ·         Ability to make mathematical computations accurately. 

    ·         Ability to demonstrate a positive attitude and professional appearance at all times.

    ·         Ability to efficiently define and solve problems with good judgement in a variety of situations.

    ·         Ability to complete assigned duties, maintain self-control and adapt to potentially stressful situations.

    ·         Ability to professionally assist potentially angered, argumentative, or unpleasant customers.

    ·         Ability to provide sound judgement and expert advice without formal supervisory responsibility.

    ·         Ability to respond to complaints and grievances, in a courteous, professional manner.

    ·         Possess high level of organizational skills.

    ·         Possess excellent oral and written communication skills with ability to professionally communicate to Elected Officials, staff and the public.

    ·         Possess high level of computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and INCODE preferred.

    ·         Knowledge of proper cash handling and efficient office procedures.


    ·      The duties of this job include physical activities such as sitting, stooping, kneeling, standing, walking, lifting, reaching, fingering, grasping, handling, talking, hearing/listening, seeing/observing, and repetitive motions.

    ·      Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance and peripheral vision; depth perception; and the ability to adjust focus.

    ·      This job is performed in an office/courtroom environment with potential exposure to law enforcement and detained/arrested persons’ presence.

    ·      The incumbent may be exposed to time pressures for assigned tasks, repetitive duties and/or motions, distractions or interruptions, and unpleasant interactions with unhappy, disturbed and/or irate customers.

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