$21.92-$27.59 Hourly / $1,644.37-$2,069.47 BiWeekly /
Receives, compiles and processes a variety of court and/or prosecutorial documents; assembles and reviews incoming materials for accuracy, completeness, and conformance to established policy and procedures, verifying information through use of internal resources and contacts with initiators or others, and soliciting additional information as required by phone or form letter; prepares logs and indices; may record disposition and other information; assigns file numbers; maintains calendars of due dates and initiates required clerical work accordingly.
Maintains a complex filing and record-keeping system for a variety of forms and documents and court reports.
Types a variety of administrative, prosecutorial or other legal documents and correspondence; operates office equipment; may enter and retrieve data on computer terminals; acts as secretarial support for professional staff.
Acts as receptionist, providing general information, assistance and referrals in responses to citizen questions regarding case status or process; follows through on delegated contacts with police, attorneys, witnesses, victims, etc.
Maintains inventory control; prepares and maintains various financial accounts and reports; compiles office billings; prepares attendance report; may receive and record cash payments; may process personnel transactions; performs related duties as required.