Pay Range: $15.51 - $18.07 Hourly
Closing Date: 7/17/19
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JOB DESCRIPTION:Responsible for providing specialized support and case management for the court, including
compliance with court orders, electronic import, and data entry of citations, court correspondence processing, and payment processing.
- Prepares and processes a variety of court paperwork which may include: extension, delinquency paperwork, motions, complaints, citations, and other related paperwork.
- Performs various clerical duties, utilizing standard office equipment to include: filing, scanning, photocopying, preparing case files, scheduling court dates, and other word processing.
- Responds to requests for information and inquiries from a variety of individuals which may include defendants, attorneys, internal staff, the general public, and other interested individuals.
- Monitors and maintains a variety of data and information in support of court operations which may include: preparing and verifying listings of cases ready for court settings or judicial review; preparing and verifying listings of delinquency cases; processing court correspondence; entering and downloading citations.
- Provides Customer Service at Court Clerk's window and through telephone inquiries to assist defendants in the resolution of cases by providing options for their citations; determine fine amounts; explain payment options, set court dates, and other relative court information.
- Process and handles information and monies received by entering and updating case records, processing incoming and outgoing mail, posting transactions, verifying payments, balancing cash drawers, and reconciling and preparing bank deposits.
- Reviews and edits manual and electronic citations to insure proper coding and accuracy of data. Communicates with agencies for clarification of case filings.
- Ensures strict case processing procedures based on judicial and departmental policies and ethics.
- Verifies all cases processed to ensure accuracy of computer and case files.
- Works with the Prosecutor to resolve any problematic cases.
- Verifies disposed cases for archiving and record destruction.
- Maintains and updates training manual for the position.
- Assists and cross-trains with other Assistant Court Representatives II.
- Performs other duties as assigned
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Two to four years of experience working in a court environment
- Any combination of related education, experience, certifications and licenses that will result in a candidate successfully performing the essential functions of the job
- Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
- Ability to form and maintain effective relationships with coworkers and customers
- Ability to maintain regular and punctual attendance
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
- Must have a valid Class "C" Driver's License prior to employment
- Must pass a drug test, driver's license check, and criminal history background check
- Must obtain Level I Court Clerk Certification within two years