The fundamental reason that this classification
exists is to manage the probate court section of the Probate Judge’s
office. This job is responsible for
supervising the day-to-day operations within the Probate Judge’s office. Major work responsibilities include leading
or supervising an office staff of two or more employees, preparing cases and/or
documents, conducting research regarding a case, performing technical duties,
preparing for and attending probate hearings, preparing documentation that
results from hearings, providing services to visitors and citizens, and
assisting with federal, state, county, and other local elections. The Probate Court Clerk Supervisor differs
from the Probate Court Clerk in that the supervisor not only works the more
difficult cases but is responsible for the day-to-day operations and
supervision of the clerks.
High school diploma or G.E.D.
equivalent and three (3) years of responsible clerical or administrative
experience AND probate court experience involving involuntary commitments,
adoptions, guardianships, etc.
Note: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.