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Deputy Court Clerk

Stockbridge


Listing Summary

Deputy Court Clerk

The city has a job opportunity for a Deputy Court Clerk. This position assists the Court Clerk in the management of all administrative and clerical functions related to operation of the court, including receiving, examining, preparing, and processing a variety of legal documents in support of court operations, and other duties as required by law.

Major Duties:

  • Receives and examines legal documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformity to requirements, returns unacceptable documents, affixes seals and stamps to endorse, certify and file documents.
  • Receives, reviews, processes, certifies, and prepares required legal documents and records for court sessions.
  • Prepares and maintains documents and exhibits, files legal documents and related case materials, retrieves and delivers files and documents to court or appropriate parties, maintains court records and files.
  • Advises attorneys, agencies, and the public on case status in a professional manner, provides procedural information, answers inquiries, and explains filing processes, explains fees and fines, assists individuals in locating material and information.
  • Prepares documents in conformance with court orders, issues legal documents, such as warrants, writs, subpoenas, abstracts, and other official documents on behalf of the court in accordance with policies and procedures, recalls warrants, exonerates bail, prepares judgments, and dismisses or seals cases in accordance with established codes and court procedures.
  • Accepts fines and fees, maintains, and updates financial records.
  • Prepares court calendars and/or schedules cases for hearings, conferring with the appropriate individuals according to established procedures, distributes calendars and related case files for review.
  • Performs a variety of office and court support work, prepares letters, correspondence, forms, and other documents, maintains copies of documents, operates computers, maintains, and updates files and databases, generates computer reports, performs word processing, operates office equipment, maintains and retrieves archived records.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Major Duties:

  • Receives and examines legal documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformity to requirements, returns unacceptable documents, affixes seals and stamps to endorse, certify and file documents.
  • Receives, reviews, processes, certifies, and prepares required legal documents and records for court sessions.
  • Prepares and maintains documents and exhibits, files legal documents and related case materials, retrieves and delivers files and documents to court or appropriate parties, maintains court records and files.
  • Advises attorneys, agencies, and the public on case status in a professional manner, provides procedural information, answers inquiries, and explains filing processes, explains fees and fines, assists individuals in locating material and information.
  • Prepares documents in conformance with court orders, issues legal documents, such as warrants, writs, subpoenas, abstracts, and other official documents on behalf of the court in accordance with policies and procedures, recalls warrants, exonerates bail, prepares judgments, and dismisses or seals cases in accordance with established codes and court procedures.
  • Accepts fines and fees, maintains, and updates financial records.
  • Prepares court calendars and/or schedules cases for hearings, conferring with the appropriate individuals according to established procedures, distributes calendars and related case files for review.
  • Performs a variety of office and court support work, prepares letters, correspondence, forms, and other documents, maintains copies of documents, operates computers, maintains, and updates files and databases, generates computer reports, performs word processing, operates office equipment, maintains and retrieves archived records.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Major Duties:

  • Receives and examines legal documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformity to requirements, returns unacceptable documents, affixes seals and stamps to endorse, certify and file documents.
  • Receives, reviews, processes, certifies, and prepares required legal documents and records for court sessions.
  • Prepares and maintains documents and exhibits, files legal documents and related case materials, retrieves and delivers files and documents to court or appropriate parties, maintains court records and files.
  • Advises attorneys, agencies, and the public on case status in a professional manner, provides procedural information, answers inquiries, and explains filing processes, explains fees and fines, assists individuals in locating material and information.
  • Prepares documents in conformance with court orders, issues legal documents, such as warrants, writs, subpoenas, abstracts, and other official documents on behalf of the court in accordance with policies and procedures, recalls warrants, exonerates bail, prepares judgments, and dismisses or seals cases in accordance with established codes and court procedures.
  • Accepts fines and fees, maintains, and updates financial records.
  • Prepares court calendars and/or schedules cases for hearings, conferring with the appropriate individuals according to established procedures, distributes calendars and related case files for review.
  • Performs a variety of office and court support work, prepares letters, correspondence, forms, and other documents, maintains copies of documents, operates computers, maintains, and updates files and databases, generates computer reports, performs word processing, operates office equipment, maintains and retrieves archived records.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Requirements

Associate degree in criminal justice or a closely related field supplemented by two (2) to five (5) years of experience performing responsible administrative support and clerical duties; or any equivalent combination of education,

training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job; must possess within 12 months the Georgia Municipal Court Clerk Certification and within 90 days be certified with the Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC); proficient in computer software programs.

 

How to apply

 

Complete a City of Stockbridge job application at www.cityofstockbridge.com

Upload the application indicating the position you are applying for.

Or apply on the City of Stockbridge career portal:  https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/6111842.careers?CareersSearch.

Minimum Requirements

Assonciate degree in criminal justice or a closely related field supplemented by two (2) to five (5) years of experience performing responsible administrative support and clerical duties; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job; must possess within 12 months the Georgia Municipal Court Clerk Certification and within 90 days be certified with the Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC); proficient in computer software programs.

How to apply

Complete a City of Stockbridge job application at www.cityofstockbridge.com

Upload the application indicating the position you are applying for.

 

Salary Range:   $46,536.08 to $59, 333.50, based on experience.

Listing ends on:

5/20/2022