Kansas Judicial Branch Trial Court Clerk II - 20th Judicial District in Barton County, Kansas
Position number: K0064355
Location of Employment: 20th Judicial District, Barton County, Kansas 67530
Position/Salary and Benefits: Trial Court Clerk II, grade 18, $16.43, $16.85 at six months and $18.11 with one year of satisfactory performance
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Job Duties: This is clerical work in a district court that involves standardized work duties which follow well-established procedures. Duties include receipting and filing documents to include electronic filing, scanning/imaging documents, data entry, receipting monies, setting hearings and maintaining court calendars. Will cross train in multiple areas of the district court and assist with caseload management as needed. This position requires excellent customer service skills as it provides information and assistance to judiciary, attorneys, law enforcement agencies, state agencies and the public. Performs other duties as assigned by the Clerk of the District Court.
Required education and experience: Applicants must have a GED or be a high school graduate with a minimum of one-year clerical experience. Additional desired experience is knowledge of legal processes.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of modern office procedures and practices, including experience working with computer programs; ability to understand the organization, operation, functions, and scope of authority of the court; ability to understand court procedures and policies; and ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Application deadline: Open until filled
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