The purpose of this classification is to perform clerical and secretarial tasks to assist in moving cases through the system, processing documents, developing schedules, and closing case paperwork. Provides assistance to prosecutors in the preparation of various court documents.
•Performs a wide variety of secretarial tasks to support departmental operations; type documents, forms and appeals briefs; prepares schedules; processes incoming and outgoing mail; answers incoming calls, forwards calls, takes messages and provides information to callers.
•Prepares arraignment and trial calendars; mails copies of court calendars. Participates in computer data entry to store, retrieve, sort, update, maintain and compile information.
•Performs specialized tasks for the department; writes sentence dispositions; prepares specialized documents; requests certified copies of documents; prepares appeals and briefs for submission to the court of appeals.
•Performs filing duties for the department; files new cases; maintains existing files; requests files from archives; pulls files needed for cases; locates files for attorneys; purges and shreds documents.
•Operates office related equipment including a computer, printer, fax machine, copier, shredder, phone system, and various computer programs including word processing and departmental software.
•Handles confidential and criminal history information.
High School Diploma or G.E.D. with a minimum of one year of experience in a clerical or office position with
exposure to court processes and related document preparation; or any equivalent combination of education,
training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
Long Term Disability
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