Bailiff Job Description Sample
Job ID: 9402
Agency: Unified Judicial System, Fifth Judicial Circuit
Salary: $10.14 per hour
For more information on the Unified Judicial System, please visit http://ujs.sd.gov.
This is a non-benefited on-call position. The primary purpose of this position is to ensure that while supervising and attending to the needs of the jurors, no person, including the bailiff, communicates with the jurors during the course of the trial except in the manner permitted by order of the court; prepare the courtroom for jury trial; and maintain order during the trial.
Duties may include:
- arranging the court room for jury trials and possibly magistrate court and ensuring security of the courtroom to include an adequate setting, functional equipment, courtroom decorum, and safety;
- attending the needs of the jury to ensure proper procedures and processes are followed during and before the trial;
- carrying out directives issued by the Judge during court proceedings to ensure proper procedures and protocol;
- performing other work as assigned.
No formal education or experience is required.
Successful completion of a criminal background investigation is required for employment.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- the criminal justice system;
- courtroom procedures and decorum.
- communicate effectively;
- understand oral and written instructions;
- remember court dates and schedules.
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Unified Judicial System
500 East Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501-5070
Phone: (605) 773-4867 Fax: (605) 773-8437
"An Equal Opportunity Employer"
General Statement of Duties
Controls and supervises inmates during Eugene Municipal Court in-custody court proceedings to ensure proper security and control of inmates in a secure jail environment or an unsecured courtroom. Assists inmates with completing Municipal Court paperwork, including applications for court-appointed attorney and release agreements. Fingerprints and photographs and does general intake of subjects after court appearances to ensure agency compliance with State and Federal criminal identification laws. Coordinates and conducts the transfer and transport of prisoners. Operates video arraignment equipment.
Accepting Online Applications Only
Must Pass Police Background Investigation
Work Schedule: 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday, 8am
Department / Division: Police Department (EPD) / Patrol Division
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Work assignments require the exercise of judgment or choice among possible actions, sometimes without clear precedents and with concern for the consequences of the action. The employee may or may not work in proximity to his/her supervisor.
This position does not supervise other staff. Examples of Duties Performed
- Duties may include but are not limited to the following
Facilitate in-custody Eugene Municipal Court proceedings (e.g., arraignments) at the Lane County Jail.
Punctually respond to the Lane County Jail as scheduled. Gather inmates from booking area and escort them to the jail courtroom.
Read and understand court documents to determine which inmates will need to complete applications for court-appointed attorney.
Assist inmates with completing applications so the judge may make a determination as to the inmate's qualification to receive court-funded legal representation.
Utilize audio-visual equipment to allow inmates to view an Advice of Rights video prior to court.
Supervise inmates in courtrooms.
Utilize verbal communications and / or lawful physical force to maintain control of the courtroom, and/or with inmates being transported.
Maintain custody, control and supervision of adult inmates convicted of or arrested for a criminal offense and confined in the Lane County Jail.
Conducts general intake of inmates including fingerprints, photographs, and frisking.
Supervise all inmates in an unbiased manner regardless of offense.
Monitor inmate activity and movement to ensure security and safety.
Maintain awareness and effectively address behavioral and security risks.
Intervene in and control acts of negative behavior and violence.
Provide inmate restroom breaks as needed.
Facilitate inmate conferences with attorneys and social workers.
Communicate effectively with jail personnel, court personnel, attorneys, and social service workers.
Operate fingerprinting and photography equipment to collect fingerprints and photographs of defendants following court appearances.
Coordinate and conduct transfer and transport of prisoners between the court and correctional facilities.
Ensure court security by escorting and remaining with defendants in the courtroom. Take persons into custody when ordered by a judge and arrest persons on outstanding warrants. Operate video arraignment equipment as necessary.
Serves as contact person to citizen inquiries and provides information on public safety regulations, policies and procedures as appropriate. Refers people to appropriate criminal justice and/or social service agency; frequently deals with irate or difficult citizens.
Safely operate a City-owned vehicle in moderate to heavy traffic.
Actively supports and respects diversity in the workplace.
Attends required training classes.
Performs other duties as required.
Prisoner transport, safety, security, laws, rules and regulations related to jail and municipal court operation.
Courtroom procedures, including arraignments, Trial Status Readiness conferences, and conferences with attorneys and other judicial / social service workers.
Basic forms and other information utilized during in-custody and out of custody court proceedings.
Eugene Police Department policies, including but not limited to report-writing, radio procedures, and use-of-force.
Online computerized resource systems, or the ability to learn in a reasonable amount of time.
Various state and local criminal, and civil laws, codes, and ordinances, and their application.
Basic arithmetic and mathematics principles as well as proper English grammar, spelling and usage.
Operation of firearms and other corrections equipment
Safety and health hazards
Use of defensive tactics
Report writing techniques, crime coding system.
Principles of First Aid.
Ability to understand and follow policies of the Eugene Police Department, Lane County Jail, and Eugene Municipal Court and to make decisions in accordance with established guidelines.
Ability to use effective verbal, telephone, radio, and written communication skills to prepare clear and concise reports and to present findings in an objective and professional manner.
Ability to form and maintain positive, professional working relationships with court staff, jail staff, members of the Eugene Police Department, attorneys, and other personnel.
Ability to use initiative and good judgment in completing tasks and responsibilities.
Ability to remain calm and controlled in varied situations, including dealing with people who are uncooperative, hostile, and / or exhibiting reduced mental capacity; effectively enforce non-violent code requirements.
Ability to learn skills in appropriate use of defensive tactics techniques including OC spray, handcuffing, and physical control holds to defend against physical attacks and maintain control of physically uncooperative subjects.
To respond quickly and calmly in potential emergency situations, being aware of limits of authority.
To perform basic clerical duties such as composing and typing correspondence and inspection/survey reports, filing alphabetically and numerically.
Have and maintain a driving record which meets City of Eugene safety standards.
Operate, use and maintain a variety of police/corrections tools in a safe and effective manner, such as police radios, various types of weapons and defensive tools, handcuffs, hobbles, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, and other specialized equipment. Check equipment and tools for condition and performance.
Ability to stand and walk for extended periods.
Ability to effectively monitor a group of up to 30 or more unrestrained inmates in an in-custody courtroom setting.
Ability to explain court procedures to inmates, including those who are in custody for the first time.
Ability to train assisting personnel as needed.
Ability to learn and apply principles of municipal jail operations.
Ability to qualify for access to computerized city and criminal justice files.
Experience and Training Guidelines
- Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent. Some experience in related field, Police Academy or Military Police.
Licenses & Certificates:
Possession of or ability to obtain, and maintain an appropriate, valid Oregon Driver's license.
Successful completion of DPSST Corrections certification within 18 months of date of hire.
Successful completion of EPD's basic firearms training within 30 days of hire.
Other Job Requirements:
21 years of age or older
This position will be armed with a firearm
The successful candidate will need to meet Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) Corrections Officer certification standards and be Certified as a Corrections Officer within 18 months of appointment. (i.e. No Felony convictions).
Must meet minimum physical and psychological requirements as determined by DPSST and/or advising physician and psychologist.
Valid Oregon driver's license, or ability to obtain by date of hire; must pass driving records check and, if hired, maintain a driving record that meets the City's standard. Oregon law requires that an out-of-state license holder must obtain a valid Oregon license (with appropriate endorsements) within 30 days of becoming domiciled in the state (ORS 803.355).
Selection Process: Applicants are screened based upon their relevant knowledge, abilities, skills, experience, and training. The selection process varies according to the position and can include such things as screening of supplemental questionnaires, written or skill tests, ability or fitness tests, interviews, and assessment processes. In addition, background investigations and records checks may be required. Some positions also require applicants to have a psychological evaluation and/or physical examination and a drug test prior to employment.
DUE TO THE VOLUME OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY THE CITY, GENERALLY, ONLY APPLICANTS SELECTED FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION (TESTING, INTERVIEWS) WILL BE CONTACTED.
Current information about the status of a job posting is available by going to www.eugene-or.gov/jobs and selecting "Check the Status
- Recently Posted jobs."
The City of Eugene complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any applicant with a qualified disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act may request accommodation by contacting an employment coordinator at (541) 682-5061.
In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the City of Eugene will request all eligible candidates who accept employment with the City to provide documentation to prove they are eligible for employment in the United States.
The City of Eugene is committed to a work environment which values the cultural, educational, and life experiences of each employee. We believe that a diverse workforce enables us to deliver culturally competent service to all members of our community. As part of our commitment to diversity, the City continues to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women, people with disabilities, and persons of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
Moderate physical requirements, including constant standing, walking, and moderately heavy lifting of supplies or materials, with a weight requirement between 25-50 lbs.
This position will have regular interactions with inmates and must have the physical ability to sprint, jump, or physically overcome resistance when apprehending or subduing inmates. Incumbents may be confronted with individuals or materials that may be considered violent, graphic or offensive and may be exposed to verbal abuse, threats, and harassment from inmates.
The incumbent will be required to hear and respond to alarms, calls for help, and suspicious or unusual noises.
Work performed in an environment requiring occasional exposure to adverse weather condition, noise, dust, fumes, odors and/or hazardous chemicals.
Court Bailiff / Security Agent
Court Bailiff / Security Agent
Dept./Program: Tribal Safety and Corrections Services
Division: Human Resources
Reports To: Tribal Safety and Corrections Services Administrator
Revision Date: 01/17/2018
Employment Status: Full Time
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Schedule: 40 hours/week
Preference: TERO Ordinance 2017-01, P.L. 93-638
Under limited supervision, the Court Bailiff provides and maintains order in the courtroom. Establishes a safe and secure environment for Judges, court personnel, and visitors. The Court Bailiff has contact with participants in each of the courts. Bailiff duties include assisting the Tribal Probation department and to provide support for internal and external interactions with participants of the court. This position is responsible for helping maintain good working relationships with the fire department, police department, probation department(s) and other community partners. The Court Bailiff is responsible for responding to high risk activities and resolving incidents in a timely and safe manner. This position is performed in a professional security setting and is responsible for operations that support the Kenaitze Indian Tribal and Wellness Courts. The Court Bailiff is responsible for duties that are traditionally performed by sworn department of justice officers.
Performs bailiff duties including, but not limited to; patrolling and securing the court building, escorting Judges, establishing and maintaining order while court is in session.
Conducts security surveillance on facility property; patrols buildings and grounds, maintains building security.
Inspects protection devices and fire control equipment.
Warns violators of safety and security rules, and contacts proper authorities during incidents of persons engaging in hostile or criminal acts.
Controls access to facilities and enforces visiting procedures within scope of authority.
Protects crime scenes and secures evidence.
Implements emergency procedures when appropriate or as directed.
Responds to and assists with medical emergencies, alarms, and other security related occurrences.
Sounds alarm and calls police or fire department as required.
Renders first-aid and Basic Life Support as a first responder.
Prepares log entries and incident reports according to established department guidelines.
Conducts investigations as assigned.
Supports Tribal Court operations including, but not limited to; home inspections, UA/BAC testing, welfare checks and prisoner observation and prisoner transport.
As a qualified Security Agent, Security duties will be performed based on the needs of the Tribe.
- Minimum High school diploma, preference for Criminal Justice degree.
Two or more years in Law Enforcement or;
Two years or more as a Bailiff/Security Officer in a professional security setting. This experience was gained while performing duties that required a higher level of responsibility, training, and certification than that of a Security Guard or;
Four years or more of applicable military service or;
A combination of all of the above.
Previous experience with emergency response action plans.
Must possess certification in Basic Life Support within three months of hire.
Must possess the Basic Certification and Advanced Certification from the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety within one year of hire
According to the needs of the organization, some incumbents in this job class may be required to obtain other specific technical certifications.
Must be minimum of 21 years old.
Must possess valid Alaska Driver License and remain insurable under the Tribe's insurance policy.
Knowledge of standard Security and Safety concepts and procedures.
Knowledge of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and other emergency response procedures.
Skill in responding to security emergency situations.
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers, and the public.
Excellent communications, both verbal and written, for documenting written reports.
Strong conflict resolution skills.
Ability to think independently, problem solve and implement solutions to address unclear situations.
Knowledge and experience working with Alaska Native/American Indian people.
- Any legal, moral, physical, or other factor and/or consideration that would prevent the applicant from meeting the requirements of the Alaska Police Standards Council. (Examples: felony or domestic violence convictions.
Jury Trial Bailiff - Clerk Of Courts
WHO WE ARE:
Marathon County in Northcentral Wisconsin is a great place to live, work, visit and conduct business. Our county government is highly regarded and contributes to a high quality of life by:
- ensuring public safety;
- protecting natural resources;
- preparing for emergency and disaster responses;
- protecting vulnerable populations;
- creating and maintaining a high quality infrastructure for transportation; and
- providing education and fostering economic development;
- using process improvement techniques to improve public services.
Casual position in Marathon County's Clerk of Courts Office. Work schedule is based on jury trials held in Marathon County Courts.
A bailiff's main role is to maintain order during courtroom proceedings. Judges depend on bailiffs to ensure that the public, jury, legal teams, witnesses and defendants proceed through trials and other court proceedings with the required decorum.
High school diploma and general understanding of court proceedings. Background in criminal justice system preferred. Other combinations of education and work experience that provide the desired knowledge, skills and abilities may also be considered. Flexible schedule required.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
As a bailiff, employees fulfill numerous important functions but primarily serve to enforce courtroom rules during trials and other proceedings. Job responsibilities may include:
Assisting the judge and jury throughout court proceedings.
Check in potential jurors upon entry into the courthouse.
Declaring the entry of the judge and calling witnesses into the courtroom.
Accompanying jurors outside the courtroom to prevent contact with the public.
Observe jurors for any needs during trial, hand out and collect notebooks, order lunch if needed.
Assisting jurors with their duties.
Set up and clean-up of jury room.
Relaying messages from jurors to the court and their families.
Completing required paperwork and reports May deliver verdict to the judge.
Collecting evidence from legal teams and the jury.
Maintains regular and predictable attendance.
Performs related work as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Knowledge of general functions of the court system.
Ability to communicate clearly and work effectively with the public, judges, attorneys, and court staff.
Ability to listen carefully and follow instructions or requests from the judge.
Ability to handle long days or possible weeks of jury trials.
Ability to multi-task.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
$12.43 per hour. No benefits are provided for this temporary/casual position.
Selection of the successful candidate may be made by assessment of experience and education, criminal record check, oral interview; review of references, and other appropriate job-related selection procedures. All applicants will be notified as to the status of their application.
Marathon County will make arrangements to furnish appropriate auxiliary aids and services where necessary and reasonable to afford an individual with a disability the opportunity to participate in the recruitment process. Please notify the Employee Resources Department office or phone (715) 261-1451 to request special accommodations prior to the application deadline.
NOTICE TO APPLICANTS:
Wisconsin Statutes, Sections 19.36 (7), 64.09 (5), and 64.11 (7) require public employers to treat the following items as a public record: Each applicant's application, records, recommendations and qualifications except as provided in Section 19.36 (7), Wis. Stats. that allows the identity of an applicant to remain confidential if the applicant requests in writing that the County not provide access to this information.
If you choose not to have this information become a public record, you must make such a request in writing to the Employee Resources Department. If you become a finalist for the position, your identity may be disclosed as required by law.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, April 9, 2018, 11:59 p.m.
Bailiff - Court Security - Duluth (Open)
Kind of Work Benefits Supplemental Questions
The salary range reflected above is the normal hiring range. The full salary range, including longevity pay, is $16.27 - $20.91 per hour.
Responsible work maintaining order and decorum and providing security functions within courtrooms and adjacent public areas to ensure the personal protection of judges, jurors, witnesses, attorneys and other persons involved with the court, including the general public.
Please Note: The current vacancy is part-time, however this list may be used to fill future vacancies.
Distinguishing Features of Work:An employee in this class preserves order and control in courtrooms and common areas of the courthouses to ensure the safety of court officials, participants, and the general public. Duties include monitoring and screening individuals, packages and personal items entering and leaving the courtroom using a variety of detection methods and devices; assisting in providing security during heightened security situations; assisting with emergency medical situations as needed; obtaining defendants identifying information in accordance with applicable laws; directing and escorting non-combative custodial individuals within the courthouse. The work is performed in accordance with established Departmental policies under the supervision and authority of the Sheriff's Office, and in conjunction with other courthouse staff.
Work Environment:These work environment factors are general in nature and may vary depending on the specific position being filled. CONSTANT: Stand; hearing up to 20 feet; vision; work around others; customer/public contact and work inside.
FREQUENT: Lift and carry up to 10 pounds; push/pull up to 20 pounds; bend neck; climb stairs; feel/use fingers; grasp/handle; maintain posture; move about; reach; rotate neck; talk/speak; twist at waist; walk; hear within 5 feet; use an earphone; near, midrange and far vision; depth perception; visual accommodation; work with others; and clients with behavioral challenges. OCCASIONAL: Push/pull up to 70 pounds; balance; crouch/squat; reach above shoulder; sit; static neck position; stoop/bend; taste/smell; right and left wrist turn; color vision; exposure to blood-borne pathogens; work alone; extended days; work outside and drive. RARE: Restrain individuals.
Selection Process:MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Pass/Fail):
High school graduation or equivalent.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Candidates with related training in law enforcement, military law enforcement or private security training and/or experience are preferred.
Please note: All candidates meeting the minimum requirements will have their application forwarded to the hiring department for review. The hiring department will contact candidates directly regarding interviews.
The essential functions for this position are listed under the "ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK" on the specification, available in the Human Resources Department or online at www.stlouiscounty.org/jobdescriptions.
If you are eligible to apply for Veterans Preference, please attach to your application a copy of document(s) listed for the option that applies to you:
Veteran: DD214 noting character of service
Disabled Veteran: DD214 & compensable disability award letter issued within the last 6 months.
Spouse of Disabled Veteran: DD214 & compensable disability award letter issued within the last 6 months & marriage certificate. (Eligible only if Veteran is unable to qualify because of the disability.)
Spouse of Deceased Veteran: DD214, Marriage Certificate and Death Certificate.
Please refer to Minnesota Statue 197.455 for additional requirements. Click Here.
Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. Applicants selected must meet the physical requirements for the position.
Applicants selected for appointment must take and pass a drug test.
Applicants selected for appointment to a position with St. Louis County will be subject to a background investigation.
EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION:
All new employees must submit documentation verifying identity and employment eligibility within three days of their first day of employment.
St. Louis County is an equal opportunity and veteran-friendly employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, familial status,age, sexual orientation, status with regard to public assistance, disability, genetic information, veteran status or activity in a local Human Rights Commission or any other characteristic protected by law.
Jury Attendant Bailiff
To represent the court system in a professional manner; to be courteous and friendly, respond to all concerns, questions and requests in such a manner so that the user of the court system remembers the experience in a positive way, to perform those duties which insure the smooth handling of all jury trials.
Prepare the courtroom and jury deliberation room for jury trial
Take attendance for jurors reporting for duty
Keep jurors together during breaks
Prepare jury and courtroom for deliberation
Order meals for deliberating jurors
Draws juries; secures, sequesters and escorts jurors to the courtroom
Assists judges in coordinating court proceedings
Acts as a liaison between judges, juries, attorneys and witnesses
Maintains order in courtroom during trial and guards jury from outside contact
Enforces courtroom rules of behavior and warns persons not to disturb court procedure
Provides information of area accommodation information (ie. Restaurant, parking, etc) to jurors
Checks courtroom and jury deliberation room for security and cleanliness and assures availability of supplies
Reports need for police or medical assistance to sheriff's office if necessary
Receive direct supervision from Jury Coordinator; general supervision from the Clerk of Circuit Court and Administrative Deputy.
- High school diploma or G.E.D.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities
Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Some knowledge of the court system
Some knowledge of the Criminal Justice System
Skilled in listening to what other people are saying and asking questions as appropriate
Skilled in identifying the nature of problems
Prompt and regular attendance
Ability to exercise good judgment in recommending possible solutions for juror difficulties
Ability to establish and maintain good work relationships with judges, jurors, court staff, public officials, and citizens of the community
Ability to speak clearly so that it is understandable to listener
Ability to concentrate and not be distracted while performing a task over a period of time
Ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong
This description has been prepared to assist in properly evaluating various classes of responsibilities, skills, working conditions, etc., present in the classification. It is intended to indicate the kinds of tasks and characteristic levels of work difficulty that will be required of positions that will be given this title. It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and responsibilities. Nor is it intended to limit or in any way modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct and control the work of employees under supervision. The use of a particular expression or illustration describing duties shall not be held to exclude other duties not mentioned that are of similar kind or level of difficulty.
Bailiff (Deputy Marshal)
ABOUT THE POSITION
Primary responsibilities involve protecting and performing ancillary duties to support court and related criminal justice system staff. Maintains security, safety and decorum in an assigned court and associated public facilities while the court is in session and during public access hours.
This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources.
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE USED TO FILL TERM (LIMITED-PERMANENT) POSITIONS. THE SELECTED CANDIDATES WILL BE HIRED FOR A SPECIAL PROJECT OR DUTIES OF A LIMITED DURATION, AND BE REQUIRED TO SIGN A TERM OF EMPLOYMENT LETTER SPECIFYING CONDITIONS AND EXACT DATES OF EMPLOYMENT. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR BENEFITS DURING THE DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT.
Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school.
Must possess a valid Nevada State P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) certification or be accepted into an accredited P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) law enforcement academy at time of application. Must be capable of passing P.O.S.T. pre-agility Fitness Standards as defined by N.A.C. 289.300 1. (b)(1). Additional experience in dealing with the public is desirable.
Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application.
Working Conditions: Wear a uniform as specified. Carry a firearm, chemical agent and meet and maintain applicable certifications.
Licensing and Certification: Specified positions may require possession of a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License.
Must possess a valid Nevada P.O.S.T Category II (or higher) certification or be accepted into an accredited P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) law enforcement academy at time of application. Must be capable of passing P.O.S.T. pre-agility Fitness Standards as defined by N.A.C. 289.300 1. (b)(1). Weapons qualification is required for duty weapon.
Failure to satisfactorily complete required training shall be proper cause for termination. Applications submitted without a copy of the candidate's required certification(s) are incomplete and will not be considered. Certificates may be faxed to (702) 868-2577, or mailed/delivered to Clark County Human Resources, located within the Clark County Government Center, at 500 S.
Grand Central Parkway, 3rd Floor, Las Vegas, NV 89155. Candidate's name, recruitment title, and exam number must be clearly written on the certificates
In addition, appointed District Court judicial bailiffs must complete a valid Nevada P.O.S.T. Category I training program within eighteen (18) months from the date of appointment.
Applicants with P.O.S.T. certifications outside the state of Nevada must provide documentation at time of application proving their certification meets Nevada P.O.S.T. Category II standards.
Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation that meets all requirements of Nevada Administrative Code 289.110. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted.
Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician.
Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Perform security related functions and law enforcement duties associated with court operations including, physical security of the court facility, courtroom security, judicial protection, and emergency response to critical incidents. Monitor scanning equipment, screening visitors, patrol court facility, conduct investigations, searches, detainment, arrests; perform remands as directed by the court; prepare incident reports, citations, and other documentation related to law enforcement actions or as directed.
Maintain procedures to protect the safety of the judges, and the court's property; protect all court staff, attorneys, visitors, and occupants of the courts; maintain security of the jury during all phases of the trial. Call court to order, maintain appropriate decorum in court while in session. Ensure potential witnesses are separated from jurors prior to and throughout trial.
Take emergency action and/or notify emergency personnel as the situation warrants; administer first aid or CPR if required. Transport detainees, and assist transportation officers with escorting detainees to/from courtrooms, holding cells and vehicles. Act as liaison between the judge, attorneys, courtroom staff and the public to ensure an orderly court process.
Unlock and open secure areas and facilities, lock and close secure areas and facilities; set up courtroom for operation. Contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of services to internal/external customers by participating as an active member of a work team. May execute warrants of arrest as assigned by the court.
May perform general office support work, deliver or pick-up documents and other materials and assist the judge in other ways as instructed. May operate video recording equipment in the courtroom.
Mobility to work in a typical office or court setting and use standard office equipment, strength to lift materials weighing up to 50 pounds, vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Strength to effectively subdue and/or remove persons in difficult or emergency situations. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
Bailiff I (On-Call)- Superior Court (1217)
Nature of Work
As an award winning organization with high regard for cultural diversity and the positive contributions of the many thriving cultures within our county, our nation, and our society, Coconino County leads a variety of initiatives that celebrate diversity; from our Annual Diversity Day, and monthly Heritage Lunch & Learns, to book clubs, and professional development academies which target diverse workforce segments, Coconino County's respect for diversity is shared throughout the organization.
Under limited supervision performs work of moderate difficulty in maintaining the safety and security of the Courts and court services; performs related work as assigned.
Note: This position is an on-call position; the hours and days will vary upon court needs.
Note: This position will be open until filled with a first review of application date of 12/22/17.
Note: A resume and cover letter are required along with the application by the submission deadline.
Maintains the safety and physical security of the Court House facilities
Provides security services to all patron in the Court House Facilities, including Judicial staff, customers, visitors, court staff and other agencies
Operates a security screening check point
Conducts security inspections of court facilities and equipment
Collects and process fingerprints for criminal justice purposes, court employment, and for adoption applicants
Ensures the integrity of juries are maintained
Handles court documentation, evidence, and exhibits
Responds to and manages emergency or crisis situations, life-threatening, potential life-threatening and hazardous situations
Identifies potential security/safety concerns and notifies the Chief Bailiff
Remands or take subjects into custody
Provides customer service, answers visitor inquiries and provides direction
Essential functions of this position include: prolonged standing; driving: working with and around others; vision acuity (near and far) for security observation; color vision for security functions; hearing and speech for ordinary conversation and security functions; touch/ finger dexterity for searching bags etc. Environmental factors: most work is conducted inside of courthouse; potential hazards associated with carrying a firearm in the performance of duties and at security check points. Minimum Qualifications
One year of experience in law enforcement, military or security work; OR, any equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Must successfully pass a background check.
Must be a U.S. citizen or resident alien. Must be 21 years or older at time of hire. Must be a high school graduate or possess a G.E.D. Must not have any felony convictions(s) within the last 10 years or dishonorable discharge from the military. Must not have any misdemeanor conviction(s) involving domestic violence within the previous five years.
The ideal candidate will have law enforcement and/ or military experience or considerable knowledge of security systems and practices.
Preferred qualifications include a minimum 30 semester hours of college; Bachelor's or other advanced degree; previous experience in Law Enforcement, Detention/Corrections, Adult Probation, Superior or other Court, or Security.
This position is non-exempt from overtime.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Considerable knowledge of:
Courthouse security principles, practices, techniques and equipment
Security systems and procedures
Escalation and de-escalation of force
Human behavior and various social, economic and cultural backgrounds
Search and restraint practices, procedures and equipment
First Aid and proper handling of bio-hazards
Defensive tactics and self-defense practices and training
Some knowledge of:
Report preparation, record keeping, and scheduling
Use of computers and work processing software
Court processes and procedures
Emergency operations and preparedness
Communicating effectively with persons who are angry, confused, or anxious
Proficient use and care of firearms
Proper use of radio communication equipment and personal safety equipment
Analyze difficult situations and or problems and make sound decisions
Maintain the safety and security of assigned areas and persons
Deal impartially with individuals of various socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds under stressful circumstances
Act quickly and calmly with proper judgment in emergency situations
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public
Follow written and verbal instructions
Sit and/or stand for extended periods of time
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Work safely and support the culture of workplace safety
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
Part-Time Court Bailiff - Reviewing Applications - Posted Until Filled
Definition Benefits Supplemental Questions
This is a limited duration, temporary, Part-Time position in the City's Municipal Court. An individual in this position provides daily security to the court in different areas, including courtroom & lobby; incumbent may execute warrants as assigned by the Director of Court Services after consultation with the Police Chief or designee. Work schedule may vary and assigned as needed to the courts.
The Missouri City Police Department will hold the Bailiffs Peace Officer Certificate.
Examples of Work:
Protects the court by providing security for its officers and all associated with its proceedings; maintains decorum of the court; collects and retains unauthorized firearms from persons entering courtroom; and maintains order at the court service windows;
Assists with court proceedings by announcing entrance of judge; assembling and segregating witnesses and jurors from all other citizens during deliberations; and answering questions and explaining court procedures to defendants and other citizens.
Provides administrative support by contacting defendants by telephone prior to service of warrants; managing FTA/OMNI letters; verifying repair of defective equipment violations; interacting with warrant officers to facilitate collection of fines; logging all case information and findings; and compiling monthly report of various administrative activities.
Maintains the courtroom by arranging seating; maintaining equipment; and ensuring the orderliness of courtroom appearance.
Other duties include assisting court staff with data entry, filing, confirming addresses and phone numbers for cases in warrants; and performing related duties as assigned.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Subject to 24 hour recall.
Education, Experience, or Certification:High School Diploma or General Education Development Certificate and a minimum of two years of professional experience as a police officer. Must hold a valid TCOLE Peace Officer Certificate. The Human Resources and Organizational Development Department may consider an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
Contract Support Supervisor - Active DOJ Badge Or Top Secret Clearance Preferred
CGI is looking to hire a Court Administrator Support Supervisor who will oversee a large group of Legal Assistants at the Department of Justice Immigration Courts.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Your future duties and responsibilities
1.Serves as the court support program manager responsible and accountable for coordination and oversight of all court support activities to include interpreter support, security and bailiff support, and friends of the court programs. Exercises knowledge and application of court operating requirements, court protocols, contract parameters, memorandums of agreement, and EOIR directives, policies, and procedures.
2.Maintains oversight of daily, weekly, monthly, and long term support requirements, contractor availability, and scheduling concerns to facilitate support for court workload demands. Assesses court docketing trends to ensure expeditious accomplishment of priority work without adverse impact on normal, recurring work. Develops for the court recommendations, policies, procedures, long range plans, and special projects. Recommends solutions to controversial problems and actions of a precedent-setting nature, to include coordination with contracting representatives and EOIR Headquarters.
3.Monitors court activities to ensure support requirements are met and takes immediate action to remedy any shortcomings. Consolidates performance feedback of support activities providing routing reporting to EOIR Headquarters.
4.Assists and coordinates with Court Administrator in the identification of operational support requests and requirements in order to facilitate improved effectiveness of support services for the court.
5.Provides troubleshooting support by analyzing, reviewing, and interpreting information provided by immigration judges and legal assistants to determine whether problems exists with coordination or execution of support services. Expands analysis to include/incorporate technical expertise/knowledge/source in determining the solution. Trains, guides, and defines coordination procedures to ensure effective interaction with staff.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
Must have at least a High School diploma
Must have at least 5 years experience overseeing a group of people
Receives interpreter and bailiff requirements from staff
Schedules support based on language requirements
Coordinates any scheduling conflicts in order to minimize rescheduling
Provides feedback to staff regarding support or non-support of requirements
Executes immediate action as required for short notice docket changes to minimize cost
Prepares reports to analyze trends and forecast future needs
Point of contact for EOIR Contracting officer for implementation of changes
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