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Deputy Court Clerk / Juvenile Case Manager - City of DeSoto

November 11, 2019 8:08 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Salary:  $15.41 - $19.16 Hourly

Closing:  November 15, 2019 

For more information:  City of DeSoto Jobs

The purpose of this position is to complete administrative assistance to the court.  This is accomplished by responding to requests and inquiries; processing and entering court information; processing payments, subpoenas and warrants; setting cases for trial; processing subpoenas and summons; working with court dockets; and responding to attorneys.  Other duties include maintaining records and information.


 Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Sets cases for trial by reviewing information; entering data; setting dates and times; notifying potential jurors; informing defendants of case dates; preparing dockets; and processing post-trial monies and records.
  • Completes administrative duties by sorting and distributing mail; processing judicial correspondence; updating court calendars; processing warrant, bonds, accident and jail information; answering the phone and responding to inquiries; communicating with outside agencies; and ensuring all records are filed and retained.
  • Provides customer service by answering the phone and referring callers; processing correspondence and requests from defendants; receiving payments; scheduling payment plans; processing deferred disposition cases; and responding to defensive driving inquiries.
  • Completes administrative duties by sorting and distributing mail; processing judicial correspondence; updating court calendars; processing warrant information, bonds, accident and jail information; answering the phone and responding to inquiries; communicating with outside agencies; and ensuring all records are filed and retained.

 Qualifications:
  • High School graduation or equivalent
  • Three years of administrative experience

 Supplemental Information:
  • Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, with co-workers, the public, and elected and appointed officials
  • Ability to be certified for TCIC/NCIC and TLETS
  • Skill in the operation and use of standard office software which includes databases and presentation programs, along with standard Microsoft products


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