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  • April 08, 2021 12:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    This position will perform a variety of duties in support of the administration for the Town.  The primary responsibilities include the administration and operations of the municipal court; front desk reception; building permits, accounts payable and administrative assistant duties.  The Town of Bartonville is a General Law Type A municipality with a small administrative staff and this position will be required to cross train on all day-to-day functions of municipal government.  The applicant must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities.

    MUNICIPAL COURT:

    • Responsible for the administration of the Municipal Court in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas and the Town ordinances, with prudence and integrity and in an impartial manner.
    • Assists defendants, attorneys, prosecutors, and others regarding procedures, citations, case status updates, and options for resolving citations; Updates case files in court software as contact is made.
    • Enters citation information in the computer daily.
    • Collects, posts, and balances fines, fees and bonds, and accurately reconciles daily cash transactions using court-specific computer software; reviews and verifies accounting records.
    • Prepares court dockets, orders, legal documents, and letters.
    • Prepares for and attends monthly hearings, provides assistance to the Judge, Prosecutor, attending attorneys and defendants.  NOTE: Currently all meetings are held virtually via Zoom.  This position is responsible for setting up and running all Virtual E-Court hearings (training will be provided).  Court is typically held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 4 p.m. - subject to change.
    • Reviews cases of non-appearance, non-compliance, and non-payment.
    • Processes monthly reports to the State, Omni for hold/release on driver license, Collection Agency, etc.
    • Assures court procedures are in compliance with court administrative orders, and state and local laws, regulations and standards; monitors new legislation and rule changes and recommends changes to policies and procedures.

    BUILDING PERMITS AND DEVELOPMENT:

    ·         Accepts and processes residential and commercial building, sign, septic, health permit and contractor registration applications. Coordinates inspections for the Building Inspector; Maintains building inspection and septic files through building permit software and Laserfiche; responsible for quarterly reports as required by the State; Processes food establishment permits and coordinates annual license and permit renewals.

    ·         Notifies public utility companies of inspections in order to connect gas or electric service.

    ·         Assists the Town Administrator with Planning/Development as needed providing information to citizens and the development community on the comprehensive plan, zoning, development policies and related ordinances.

    ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES

    • Assists the general public by telephone, in person, and e-mail by providing information and answering questions related to Town operations.
    • Assists with Accounts Payable, Website and Facebook content, newsletter and other publications.
    • Assists with Records Management, management of files, scanning. 
    • Assists with special events including National Night Out, Spring Clean Up, and Operation Blue Santa
    • Conducts research; reads and interprets ordinances, regulations, and policies.
    • Prepares reports, forms, proofreads materials for accuracy, formatting, grammar, and spelling. 
    • Orders office supplies
    • Must adhere to strict confidentiality regarding all aspects of the job.
    • Perform other duties as assigned or required to perform the functions of the position. Perform other duties as assigned or required to perform the functions of the position.
    • Encouraged to attend professional development workshops and conferences. May travel to various destinations in and out of the Town and may require overnight stay.

    Requirements

    MINIMUM QUAILIFICATIONS:

    • High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
    • Valid Class C Driver’s License required
    • 3-5 years of varied technical, clerical, or paraprofessional support experience in a municipal or county building
    • Must hold a Texas Certified Municipal Court Clerk certification, be in the process of obtaining certification or the ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire.
    • Must be a licensed notary or have the ability to obtain a Notary license within the first three months of hire
    • Pre-employment drug screen/background check
    • Ability to work some evenings/weekends

     KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    • Proficient in operating computers, phones, faxes, copiers, and other office equipment.
    • Municipal Court Software, experience with FundView a plus, Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word, experience with Publisher; Adobe, CivicPlus; Laserfiche; cash handling procedures; basic mathematical calculations; principles of customer service
    • Communicate effectively with diverse groups of individuals; handle stressful situations and effectively deal with difficult and angry people: exercise considerable discretion when handling confidential information; Must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously; efficiently respond to a stressful or high-pressure environment: meet deadlines and perform multiple tasks under pressure: work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. Attention to detail a must.

    Complete application at www.townofbartonville.com/employment

    Your application is part of the review process; be sure it is complete. If attaching a resume, ALL information requested on the application form must also be completed (i.e., writing “see resume” is not sufficient).


  • February 22, 2021 9:47 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Apply at http://www.ci.windcrest.tx.us

    Warrant Clerk (Municipal Court)

    Under direct supervision of the Assistant Court Administrator. Performs clerical and quasi judicial administrative functions necessary to support the Municipal Court, requiring knowledge of Municipal Court procedures and traffic laws.  Provides support to the Warrant Officer and Deputy Clerk/Court Clerk I in their functions of administering justice. Has extensive public contact requiring judgment, initiative, discretion, and tact.
    Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.  Must have effective communication skills, ability to work in fast-paced, high stress environment, and deal with conflict. Able to accurately process payments and balance cash drawer daily.  Preference will be given to a candidate that has experience with Municipal Court procedures and Incode software.  Spanish language skills are a plus.

    A completed application is required for this position.  

    Applications can be obtained from our website:  www.ci.windcrest.tx.us or at City Hall, 8601 Midcrown, Windcrest, TX 78239.  EOE.


    Qualifications

    Must have a high school diploma or a GED; minimum six (6) months Municipal Court office experience. Six (6) months related experience and/or training may be considered as a substitution for Municipal Court experience. Six (6) Cash handling experience. Intermediate experience in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel required. Intermediate experience in Incode Tyler Technology Software.

    Special Requirements

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Possess 32 Hour New Clerk training through Texas Municipal Court Education Center (TMCEC) or must obtain the Municipal Court Clerk, Level I certification within twelve (12) months of hire date. Ability to obtain Notary Public Certificate within twelve (12) months of hire date. CONTINUING EDUCATION: Attendance of programs provided by the Texas Municipal Court Education Center (TMCEC) for continuing education. Must be able to travel as needed to attend education courses.

    Miscellaneous Information

    REFER TO COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.


  • February 09, 2021 7:46 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary:   $15.76 - $18.00 Hourly Hiring Range

    Apply at City of Sealy Jobs


    MUNICIPAL COURT CLERK

    This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the municipal court requiring a specialized knowledge of court operations, polices, and procedures; and does related work as required.  Some of the responsibilities include preparing court dockets and court collections.  Candidates must have two (2) years general business and clerical experience involving public contact, with one year cashier/teller experience; operate modern office equipment; strong organizational ability required; and municipal court experience is preferred.  Salary range:  $15.76 to $18.00 (negotiable with experience). Applicants interested in this position must submit a completed application to Human Resources. EOE


  • February 02, 2021 8:39 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    FLSA:   Non-exempt                 

    Hours:  Full-time, 8am-5pm       

    Salary Range:    $28,205-$39,452 annually

    Apply online at https://decaturtx.org/jobs.aspx

    Brief Description of the Job:

    Performs a variety of clerical tasks in support of Municipal Court operations; provides customer service to the public; responds to routine Court inquiries; receives and processes court fees and fines; processes and assists in preparing court documentation; and performs other duties as assigned.

    Education, Certification and Experience Requirements:

    High school diploma or equivalency.  Valid Texas Operator Driver's License.  2 years of experience in a busy office environment, preferably municipal court.  INCODE mainframe experience, Laserfische and bilingual skills a plus.  Microsoft Office skills, cash handling and customer service skills are necessary.Work requires knowledge necessary to understand basic operational, technical, or office processes.  2 years of municipal court or general office experience necessary.  City experience is preferred. Municipal Court certification preferred. 

    Essential Functions:

    1. Respond to customers regarding legal options to satisfy cases and assist customers by properly explaining Court procedures.
    2. Maintains knowledge and keeps abreast of new laws and Court Procedures and the application to each case.  Makes good use of reference materials.
    3. Receive and apply payments as appropriate; determine applicable fees, enter information into computer system; make change out of assigned cash drawer, provide a receipt of payment.
    4. Balances assigned cash drawer by adding monies collected, determining total balance of cash and checks, printing receipts, printing total, and taking monies to the Administrative Services Manager. 
    5. Update case files in the Court software as contact is made with customers, judge, associate judge, prosecutor, or defense attorneys. 
    6. Processes all handwritten tickets received by the Court and reviews tickets downloaded from police department for any errors. Prepares Court jackets and file them in an active file drawer.
    7. Effectively respond to high pressure environment; meet deadlines and perform multiple tasks under pressure; ability to work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities.  Correspond with the public effectively in both written and verbal formats.
    8. Responsible for the filing of inactive Court files in a consistent and accurate manner.
    9. Must adhere to strict confidentiality regarding all aspects of the job.
    10. Must be adept in desktop and laptop usage; computer system processes, techniques and applications.  Must have experience in using office equipment for postage, copiers, scanners and complex phone systems.
    11. May be required to perform other duties as assigned.

    FLSA:   Non-exempt                  Hours:  Full-time, 8am-5pm        Salary Range:    $28,205-$39,452 annually

    NOTE:  To be considered for this position, you must complete and submit a

    City of Decatur Employment Application between the job posting dates.


  • January 26, 2021 3:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SALARY RANGE

    $22.15 - $26.58 Hourly
    $46,081.00 - $55,289.00 Annually
    Apply online at City of New Braunfels

    GENERAL PURPOSE:  Under general supervision, oversees daily business operations and processes to ensure the efficient and accurate operation of the New Braunfels Municipal Court, a state of Texas court, assuring compliance with all laws, policies, regulations and goals.

    PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.

    • Serves in a supervisory role for Court Clerks; provides the scheduling, training, cash management and instruction of court staff; providing oversight to promote accuracy, efficiency and productivity as well as compliance with all applicable laws and city and departmental policies.  
    • Ensures proper segregation of duties and verification of work being done; Prioritizes and coordinates work; assignments; reviews processes for efficiency; Leads team on completing daily tasks and meeting deadlines. 
    • Assists court team in setting goals, by providing professional guidance and ensuring they work as a cohesive team to provide quality customer service; Prepares mid-point and annual evaluations for Court team members for administration with Court Administrator.
    • Assists with the coordination of docket processing, including jury trials, by setting and reviewing case information, sending notice, preparing summons or subpoenas, researching witnesses, preparing court documents, obtaining information from other departments. 
    • Prepares monthly, quarterly and annual reports; compiles and interprets data to provide status and performance reports for the Judge and the Court Administrator.
    • Performs conviction and warrant administration by issuing summons, capias pro fine and arrest warrants, recalling warrants as necessary and ensuring accurate information is sent to Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) for the Failure to Appear program.
    • Stays abreast of legislature and court procedures and training related to court duties; responsible for the implementation of legislative changes as they pertain to Municipal Court.
    • With the Court Administrator, manages software updates and changes; creates electronic forms, templates, and interfaces and handles software configurations; works with Information Technology department and software providers to resolve technical issues.
    • With Court Administrator, manages court website and links as well as internal and external communications in cooperation with the Communications Department.
    • Conducts cash management including daily balancing of receipts and deposits, verifying accounting records, and generates financial reports as required; serves as the primary liaison with the Finance department.
    • Assures that all state and local reports are completed accurately, in a timely manner.
    • Manages response to records requests and creation of complaints, search warrants, protective orders, and other legal, judicial and administrative documents necessary in the processing and resolution of judicial cases.
    • Assists the Court Administrator with records management including records destruction and maintaining confidentiality of information in accordance with records management and records retention requirements; monitors staff compliance to the security procedures and privacy laws, policies and guidelines.
    • Stays abreast of legislature and court procedures and training related to court duties; assists the Court Administrator with implementation of legislative changes as they pertain to Municipal Court.
    • Performs other duties as assigned or required.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    Education and Experience:

    Associates or bachelor’s degree in business administration, criminal justice or related field preferred. High school diploma or GED with four (4) years of progressively responsible court experience AND two (2) years of supervisory experience required; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Required Licenses or Certifications:

    ·         Must possess Municipal Court Clerk Level 2 Certificate through Texas Court Clerks Association and maintain certification.

    ·         Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License.

    Required Knowledge of:

    ·         City policies and procedures.

    ·         State of Texas court procedures, legal terminology and legal requirements for court operations and case processing.

    ·         Applicable state and Federal rules, codes and regulations.

    ·         Court accounting systems, rules and standards.

    ·         Customer service standards and protocol.

    ·         Principles of record keeping, records management and cash management.

    ·         Laws and regulations governing the release of information from Court records.

    Required Skill in:

    ·         Communicating court procedures and processes in a clear, concise, and comprehensive in writing and verbally, to staff as well as the general public.

    ·         Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with City employees and the general public.

    ·         Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands and effectively delegating tasks.

    ·         Reviewing and maintaining complex and extensive records, compiling technical information, and maintaining official records.

    ·         Operating a personal computer utilizing specialized software and entering information into a computer system with speed and accuracy.

    Physical Demands / Work Environment: 

    ·         Work is performed in an office environment; is subject to sitting, standing, bending and reaching for extended periods of time; and must be able to safely pull, push, lift and carry items weighing up to forty (40) pounds.

    ·         May be required to work immediately before, during or immediately after an emergency or disaster.

    • ·         NOTE:  This position is designated safety and/or security sensitive.




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