This is responsible, specialized clerical support work for the County Clerk.
TOTAL COMPENSATION: $36,311 – $48,997 annually. Total compensation is an estimate based upon base compensation, median retirement fund contributions, and current employer-paid health and related benefit contribution rates (including medical, dental, life insurance, long term disability, and leave). The actual total will vary depending upon each employee’s enrollment choices.
Examples of Duties
(Duties may include, but are not limited to the following)
Journalize proceedings of trials, hearings and orders; receives and files pleading and verdicts; authenticates legal documents by certification or transcription; files all issues of law including depositions, venue and subpoenas.
Marks, numbers, lists and records status of exhibits and ensures safekeeping of exhibits. Records proceedings by running a tape recorder.
Files dockets within statutory limits. Prepares all legal documents, verifies and reports to all agencies.
Represents the County Clerk as a Deputy Court Clerk or a District Court Judge in dealing with the general public and performs customer service duties at the front counter in the County Clerk’s office.
Enters critical data into statewide database system. Court Clerks in District Court enter court dates into Discis and Court Clerks in County Clerk’s office enter all court proceedings (hearing and trial codes) and resolution (decision) of cases by the court into Scomis.
Assists Court Recorder/Security Office (District Court) or Judicial Assistant (Superior Court) as needed. May administer oaths, call jurors, research instructions, log witnesses and juror time for pay.
Performs other related duties as required.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or equivalent and two (2) years’ experience performing work equivalent to an Office Assistant 3 or higher or an equivalent combination of education/experience. Experience in Criminal Justice/Court related work area is preferred.
• legal terminology and court procedures.
• laws and rules governing the department/court.
• work with others in a courtroom setting.
• work with speed and accuracy and in a courteous manner when dealing with the public.
Skilled in the use of personal computer and software related to the work assignment.
824 N Adams
Spokane, Washington, 99260