The fundamental reason this classification exists is to perform skilled court clerical work in the daily operation of the administration of the Municipal Court and County Juvenile Court. Employees in this class are involved in providing technical information regarding their areas of responsibility, to the public parties in cases, attorneys and judges. The work responsibilities are: receives, reviews, and prepares required legal documents and records for court sessions/hearings; updates and maintains court documents and records; assists judge with courtroom duties; prepares documentation resulting from hearings and monitors the outcome; and processes warrants on failure to pay or on delinquent misdemeanor cases and traffic tickets. The work is distinguished from the Court Operations Clerk I in that the Court Operations Clerk II is assigned tasks that require a higher degree of responsibility and confidentiality and is given latitude for independent work decisions that are made based on experience and knowledge of departmental operation as well as established laws, rules, guidelines and procedures. Work is performed under the supervision of the Court Operations Supervisor and the Municipal Court Administrator (City) or the Court Specialist Supervisor II and the Juvenile Court Administrator (County).
High school diploma or GED equivalent. Two years’ court clerical experience or related legal work, to include updating and maintaining court documents and operating a personal computer; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the
requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Must be willing to work shift work, holidays or weekends as required or as needed, and must be willing to work an eight hour shift without lengthy meal breaks.