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Assistant Municipal Court Clerk


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Assistant Municipal Court Clerk


Starting Salary: $16.66/ hr.


Duties Include:

  •    Enter citations and police officer information into the Court’s case management system as needed making proper notes within each case as needed.
  •    Efficiently maintain all Court records including but not limited to pending cases, probation cases, failure to appear cases, active and closed warrants, and closed cases.
  •    Efficiently assist the Court Clerk with scanning and indexing citations, reports, orders, attorney filings, and all other Court related documents into the Court’s case management system to preserve the life of the file in a timely and organized manner.
  •    Assist with the retrieval and filing of new and closed citations/case files in future pending Court dates, probation, failure to appear, closed warrants in case filing systems.
  •    Assist with the monthly probation case payments and closure process.
  •    Research information pertaining to citations and other Court related matters as requested.
  •    Provide responsive and timely feedback on status and progress of work duties and responsibilities.
  •    Serve as the Court Liaison during Court sessions, assisting the Court Clerk and Police Department during each Court session by checking in defendants, pulling, and delivering files as needed.
  •    Assist with preparation of incident reports and citations for the City Solicitor and Judge.
  •    Assist with maintaining and printing court calendar for scheduling of criminal cases for hearings and trials; verifies offenses, officers, and fines.
  •    Obtain drivers and criminal histories and transmit judicial data with sentence information and input adjudicated court information into GCIC system and GECPS system.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED; and,
  • One year of related experience in a Court related office or Courtroom setting; or,
  • Any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Possession of or ability to readily obtain GCIC/NCIC certifications.


The City of Sandersville offers a wide variety of benefits including:

  • Individual & Family Health and dental Insurance Plans
  • Insurance Buy Out Program
  • Deferred Compensation Plan with City Match
  • 14 paid holidays per year
  • City funded pension Retirement plan (req 5 years vested)
  • $25,000 Life Ins policy; double accidental
  • Supplemental insurance policies available: vision, long term disability, flexible spending
  • Vacation Days based on years of service; 40 hours after 6 months

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