$18.05-$21.98 Hourly / $1,353.61-$1,648.59 BiWeekly /
Processing: 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; prepares logs and indices; may record dispositions and other information during proceedings; may assign file numbers; assists in maintaining calendars of due dates.
Filing: Assists in maintaining a complex filing and record-keeping system for a variety of forms and documents and court reports.
Typing: 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.
Interpersonal: Acts as receptionist, providing general information, assistance and referrals in responses to citizen questions regarding case status or process; follows through on directed contacts with police, attorneys, witnesses, victims, etc.
Record Keeping: Assists in maintaining inventory control; assists in preparation and maintenance of various financial accounts and reports; compiles office billings; prepares attendance report; may receive and record cash payments; performs related duties as required.