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Mariposa County logo smSuperior Court of the County of Mariposa State of California

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Court Systems Analyst

SALARY: $67,999 - $82,648/year $5,666.50 - $6,887.27/month

APPLY BY: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

An Equal Opportunity Employer

DEFINITION
Under general direction, plans, organizes, installs, maintains, and operates the Court’s computer systems and provides daily assistance in their use. Supports the technical environment for the Court, including hardware, operating system software, CMS, network operating system, telecommunications, A/V, and all standard office automation software used by the Court. Provides and/or oversees the provision of technical training to staff and users of the Court’s systems and serves as a resource to management, staff, other public agencies, hardware and software vendors and contract information services providers; performs related work as assigned.

This class is a journey-level position fully competent to independently perform the full range of systems operations support. Incumbents have primary responsibility for specific ongoing operations and support of the courts information systems. In addition, assigned responsibilities may include providing support to assigned staff and coordinating, planning, and implementing systems and software upgrades with administrative staff.

This classification is distinguished from Court executive, administrative, supervisor and clerical classifications in that incumbents are technical specialists with a specific focus on court systems.

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For more information visit: http://mariposacourt.org/generalinfo/employment.shtml 


Mariposa County logo smSuperior Court of the County of Mariposa State of California
Is accepting applications for an eligibility list 

Court Clerk I/II


Court Clerk I – $2,642.42 - $3,212.15/month
Court Clerk II - $2,860.29 – 3,476.65/month


APPLY BY: OPEN UNTIL FILLED 

Please note: There is currently one vacancy to be filled at this time.  An Equal Opportunity Employer

Please note: The Superior Court is establishing an eligibility list from this recruitment which may be used to fill both temporary and permanent vacancies. Please mark your interest clearly on your employment application as to your desire for temporary or permanent employment or both.

Please see Special Note under Minimum Qualifications:

The completed Supplemental Application on the last two pages of this flyer must be submitted with the completed Job Application and a current Typing Certificate in order to be considered for this position.

THE POSITION Under close and general supervision, performs a variety of legal processing, public contact, and general clerical support duties, and may perform some courtroom clerk duties.

Court Clerk I This is the entry level in the Court Clerk series. This class is distinguished from the higher class of Court Clerk II in that the latter is the journey-level class, whereas the Court Clerk I is an entry and training class. Positions in this class may perform some courtroom clerk duties; however, the focus of their duties is legal processing. As experience is acquired, the incumbent performs duties with increasing independence. Some positions may remain at the Court Clerk I level; however, most incumbents at the Court Clerk I level advance to Court Clerk II after six months of satisfactory performance and approval from the supervisor. The Court Clerk I receive close supervision from a Supervising Court Clerk and may receive training and assignments from a Court Clerk II or Court Clerk III.

Court Clerk II This is the journey level in the Court Clerk series. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are typically filled by advancement from the Court Clerk I level, or, when filled from the outside, require prior clerical experience in a court setting. Prior to appointment to Court Clerk II, an employee must be able to perform the full range of duties at the journey level and meet the qualification standards of the higher class. Court Clerk II is distinguished from the higher class of Court Clerk III in that the latter is the advanced journey level in the series, provides lead work assistance and performs highly complex clerical work with a great degree of independence. The Court Clerk II receives general supervision from a Supervising Court Clerk and may receive training and assignments from a Court Clerk III.

Job Responsibilities:
Court Clerk I Establishment and maintenance of filing and information retrieval systems; personal computers and software applications related to court support work; basic filing and record keeping; correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling; basic accounting practices; and public and community relations.

Court Clerk II In addition to Court Clerk I:
Legal procedures, documents, and terminology used in court cases; preparation and maintenance of court calendars; court statutes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures, documents, and terminology affecting assigned functions; and approved standards for financial record keeping.

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For more information visit: http://mariposacourt.org/generalinfo/employment.shtml