Ross County Common Pleas Probate and Juvenile Court
- Pull and organize all files scheduled for the daily docket.
- Meets and registers the public for cases coming into court.
- Provides appropriate documentation and affidavits for cases coming before the court.
- Notifies attorney’s, GAL’s and CASA’s necessary for hearings.
- Administers Oaths to witnesses testifying for cases before the Judge and/or Magistrate.
- Handles the rules of evidence and communication between the Judge and Attorneys.
- Maintains order within the courtroom, escorting persons from/or retrieving witnesses or other parties to the case for court proceedings.
- Daily filing of documents in case files
- Maintains communication with JDC and Law Enforcement on youth and/or parents/guardians incarcerated and need brought over for court.
- Provides documentation for the Judge and Magistrate about service notifications on cases on the docket for the day.
- Ensure all daily and certified mail is delivered to the post office in a timely manner.
- Daily documentation on child support cases.
- Operate virtual hearing technology for scheduled cases.
- Attends meetings, seminars, and training sessions as directed by the Court.
- Incumbent will be exposed to children and families in crisis and is expected to maintain professional standards and etiquette within the court process, and office setting.
- Other duties as assigned by Judge and/or Magistrate.
This is a full-time position offering benefits afforded to all county employees. Standard hours are M-F between the hours of 7:30-4:00. Salary range is $15.00-$17.50 an hour based upon experience.
Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Preferred candidates: post high school education, law enforcement background, exposure to court process, criminal justice, or related fields.
Interested applicants please submit resumes to: email@example.com
Posting will remain open until filled
Job Type : Full-Time
Education Level : High School
Experience Level : Entry Level
Job Function : Service