Deputy Court Job Description Sample
Deputy Court Clerk-Magistrate I
Job ID: 9739
Agency: Unified Judicial System, Fourth Judicial Circuit
Salary: $13.40 per hour, w/additional 2% for magistrate duties
For more information on the Unified Judicial System, please visit http://ujs.sd.gov.
Position Purpose: This position assists with cases filed with the court clerk's office including criminal, civil, traffic, and other cases from initial filing to final disposition by developing and maintaining case files, assisting with scheduling and assigning hearings, assisting in court room proceedings, and implementing procedures for monetary dispositions; provides customer services daily to a wide variety of individuals and agencies; performs magistrate duties as assigned; and acts on behalf of the court clerk in his or her absence.
Duties may include:
- maintaining case files for criminal, civil, traffic, and other cases from initial to final disposition in accordance with established procedures and designated timelines;
- assisting in maintaining court calendars by scheduling hearings according to procedures;
- providing customer service in many different ways to many different people by providing information about the court's protocols and procedures to make sure they receive correction information;
- providing assistance in court rooms by maintaining case files and minutes of proceedings; handling in-court exhibits; empanelling juries; recording proceedings; being responsible for sound and video equipment; and providing court interpretive services when needed to facilitate processes of the court;
- performing clerk magistrate duties as assigned to assist the circuit court in disposing of civil actions and to provide direct court contact for average citizens;
- filing, scanning, and indexing documents on any new or ongoing action for civil, criminal, probate, juvenile; adoption, mental illness, traffic, family, and small claims cases, as well as appeals, using manual and automated processes;
- training and orientating new staff and train current staff on new procedures as needed;
- performing other work as assigned.
Requires a high school diploma or possession of a GED certificate and one year of general clerical experience; or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. Upon hire the successful applicant must meet the following requirements before beginning employment:
1.MUST BE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES,
2.RESIDENT OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, AND
3.A VOTING RESIDENT WITHIN THE CIRCUIT. (SD CONST. ART. V, SECTION 6)
If you already meet these requirements, please note them on your application details or on your resume.
Successful completion of a criminal background investigation is required for employment.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- court processes and procedures;
- legal terminology;
- general office and bookkeeping practices.
- time management;
- customer service.
- communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
- learn on the job using written manuals and learn from context;
- listen and understand;
- work independently;
- recognize and defuse escalating situations with customers and staff;
- use computers and related software systems proficiently;
- multi-task and adapt quickly to change;
- prioritize work activities to ensure most important items are done first.
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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"
Deputy Sheriff II - Court Security - Extra-Help
The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office seeks qualified law enforcement officers for
multiple extra-help, Deputy Sheriff II - Court Security positions. Candidates with English/Spanish bilingual skills and out-of-state applicants are encouraged to apply!
The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office would like to create a pool of intermittent, extra-help Deputies to provide law enforcement security for the Sonoma County Courts.
Under close supervision, Court Security Deputies perform bailiff and court security responsibilities in Sonoma County's main and satellite courts. They may work within the court system, on law enforcement and crime prevention assignments such as accepting remands, conducting preliminary criminal investigations, and supporting judicial protection.
This position requires a current, California Commission of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Basic Certificate, and at least 1 year of recent experience as a Law Enforcement Officer with a city, county, state, or federal police agency.
Out-of-state applicants are encouraged to apply. In order to qualify for this position, they must obtain a California POST Basic Course Waiver (BCW). Corrections experience is not applicable. Please review the Selection Procedure section of this job announcement for further information.
Working in the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office
Serving the community since 1850, the Sheriff's Office employs over 650 employees to protect and secure the half-million residents within the 1,768 square miles of Sonoma County. To learn more about how we serve the community, please visit the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office website.
Salary is negotiable and benefits described herein do not represent a contract and may be changed without notice. Additional information can found in the Deputy Sheriffs' Association Memorandum Of Understanding (DSA MOU). Bilingual positions require English and Spanish skills at either the basic (conversational) or fluent (reading, writing, and conversational) level.
A bilingual examination will be conducted prior to employment to confirm level of skill. The bilingual premium pay begins upon the assignment of a bilingual caseload.
Extra-help employees relieve or augment permanent staff. Intermittent, extra-help employees are not in the classified civil service and do not have property rights to permanently allocated positions.
In addition, they do not receive most regular employee benefits such as: long-term disability insurance coverage; accrual of vacation; participation in the County retirement program; or eligibility to take promotional examinations. Intermittent, extra-help employees are limited in their employment to a maximum of 1,380 hours within any twelve month consecutive period. Extra-help employees who meet the eligibility requirements may qualify for a County contribution toward medical coverage.
APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS REQUIRE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE BE COMPLETED.
Education: Graduation from high school or possession of an acceptable General Education Development Certificate.
Experience: One year of recent, full-time paid experience as a law enforcement officer with a city, county, state or federal police agency.
Possession of the P.O.S.T. basic certificate. Law enforcement experience performing patrol functions is highly desirable.
License: Possession of a valid California driver's license and a good driving record.
Background Requirement: Incumbents shall not have been convicted of a felony in this state or any other state or in any federal jurisdiction, or of any offense in any other state or in any federal jurisdiction, which would have been a felony If committed in this state, nor be under current formal probation supervision.
Citizenship Requirement: Permanent resident aliens who wish to be employed as peace officers must apply for citizenship at least one year before application for such employment. If a permanent resident alien has not obtained citizenship within three years after application for employment or is denied citizenship, he or she shall be disqualified for peace officer status.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Working knowledge of: the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations enforced by the department; modern procedures and methods employed in crime detection and investigation and knowledge of general police practices and techniques; court procedures in criminal and civil trials. Working knowledge of the use and care of firearms; criminal attitudes and behavior patterns and the social factors underlying criminal behavior; recent developments, current literature and sources of information of criminal investigation procedures and police patrol practices.
Knowledge of: first aid methods and their applications; the geography and topography of Sonoma County.
Ability to: enforce the law firmly, tactfully and impartially and to deal courteously with the general public; make quick, effective and reasonable decisions and to take appropriate action in emergencies; understand and follow written and oral directions. Ability to speak and write effectively.
& SOME HELPFUL TIPS WHEN APPLYING
Your application information and your responses to the supplemental questions are evaluated and taken into consideration throughout the entire selection process.
You should list all employers and positions held within the last ten years in the work history section of your application and should be as thorough as possible when responding to the supplemental questions.
You may include history beyond ten years if related to the position for which you are applying. If you held multiple positions with one employer, list out each position separately.
Failure to follow these instructions may impact your competitiveness in this process or may result in disqualification.
Please visit Getting-a-Job with the County of Sonoma to review more detailed information about the hiring process, including the application process, examination steps, and department selection process.
The Sheriff's Office encourages out-of-state applicants. However, in order to qualify for this position, they must obtain a California POST Basic Course Waiver (BCW) to meet California's Regular Basic Course Training requirements.
The BCW process is for individuals who want to become California peace officers, and have completed at least 664 hours of general law enforcement training (including a general law enforcement basic course of at least 200 hours). Once the BCW process is successfully completed, the applicant receives a waiver of the California Basic Course. For more information visit http://post.ca.gov/basic-course-waiver-process.aspx.
If you are in possession of a BCW, please attach a copy to your application materials.
APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS REQUIRE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE BE COMPLETED.
The selection procedure will consist of the following examination:
An Application and Supplemental Questionnaire Appraisal (pass/not pass) will be conducted to evaluate each applicant's combination of educational coursework, training, experience, knowledge, and abilities which relate to this position to ensure satisfaction of the minimum qualifications for this position. Candidates who possess the minimum qualifications for the position will be placed on an extra-help employment list and referred to the department. The department may contact candidates from the employment list who possess the most appropriate job-related qualifications for further consideration.
Being part of the Sheriff's Office and being expected to keep the public safe requires a thorough background investigation process. This process includes an assessment of prior work history, verifying educational experiences, court reports, public records searches, understanding past patterns relating to drug usage, financial patterns, etc.
This entails gathering a significant amount of information from job candidates and speaking to former employers, friends, family members, etc. Polygraphs, drug tests, and medical, and physical examinations are also part of this process. Candidates must be honest and forthcoming about information that may arise during the background process.
Deception during any portion of this process is grounds for disqualification, even after employment. This process can take anywhere from 3-5 months. Many factors are taken into consideration and one should not assume a credit issue or prior drug use is automatically disqualifying.
Candidates will be given the opportunity to present mitigating information they feel should be considered. You are encouraged to be as responsive as possible while this process is taking place to help expedite the timeline, and we encourage you to stay patient and interested in this great career opportunity while this process is taking place.
You may also review the Job Classification Screening Schedule to determine the requirements for this position.
Please read the Sheriff's Office Pre-Employment Drug Use Guidelines for further information.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are accepted on-line at: www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org. Paper applications may be submitted by person, fax (707-565-3770), email, or through the mail.
All applications and appropriate supplemental information as outlined in the job bulletin must be RECEIVED by the time and date specified on the first page of this job announcement. Continuous recruitments may close without notice at any time that a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. Applications received after the recruitment closes will not be accepted.
The County of Sonoma prioritizes and is committed to continuously providing a workplace where equal employment opportunity is afforded to all people. Please view the County's Equal Employment Opportunity Policy for further information.
HR Analyst: CG
HR Technician: RR
Deputy Court Administrator
First review of applications will be Monday, March 12, 2018.
A Deputy Court Administrator is responsible for: planning, implementing, evaluating, and improving programs of one of three responsibility areas of the Municipal Court. This class performs related duties as required.
This class is distinguished from the Court Administrator class by having responsibility for only a section of the Municipal Court rather than the overall activities of the Court. Employees of this class maintain considerable latitude for independent actions and exercise professional discretion within the framework of departmental policies. An incumbent in this class exercises direct supervision over one or more employees in the Court Supervisor classification.
In the absence of the Court Administrator, employees of this class act on matters for which authority has been delegated. This position is also responsible for assisting in the development of the department's operational and capital budgets; managing case flow and records management; developing operational policies and procedures; guiding staff in handling difficult issues or people; interviewing and hiring; and overseeing cash management process in the court. Indirect supervision may be provided over one or more levels of Court Specialists who report directly to a Court Supervisor.
Deputy Court Administrators are supervised by the Court Administrator through conferences, reports, and results achieved. This class is FLSA exempt-executive. Qualifications & Requirements
Employee Values: All employees of the City of Mesa are expected to uphold and exhibit the City's shared employee values of Knowledge, Respect, and Integrity.
Minimum Qualifications Required. Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Public or Business Administration, Finance, Law, Accounting, or a related field.
Considerable (3 - 5 years) progressively responsible professional-level supervisory experience. Previous experience performing independent research and developing, coordinating, and evaluating policies, programs, and projects.
Special Requirements. For this position, an individual receiving a conditional offer of employment from the City of Mesa must pass a background investigation through the City of Mesa Police Department, the Arizona Department of Public Safety, and Federal Bureau of Investigation prior to commencing employment with the City of Mesa.
Preferred/Desirable Qualifications. Previous experience in resolving complex customer service problems in a court or public service setting is preferred. Experience applying continuous improvement principles, use of a computerized records system, and use of word processing and spreadsheet programs are desirable.
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Chief Deputy Court Administrator
IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE
Master's Degree with a major in Public Administration, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Sociology or other Social Science.
Senior executive-level position that reports directly to the Trial Court Administrator. The Chief Deputy of Programs has direct oversight of court program staff, contractor personnel and community service providers working within those programs. The Thirteenth Circuit is the fourth largest Judicial Circuit Court in the state and is dedicated to the therapeutic treatment aspect of problem solving courts.
Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Sociology or other Social Science. Five years of progressively responsible experience, including extensive knowledge of the Florida State Courts System and three years of managerial or supervisory experience.
JOB SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES
Ability to supervise or direct others by determining or interpreting work procedures, assigning specific duties, maintaining harmonious relations and promoting efficiency
Ability to write complex reports and papers and speak to distinguished professional groups
Ability to work well under pressure and conform to shifting priorities demands and time lines
Highly skilled in the following software applications: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Skilled at reading and interpreting advanced professional materials
Incumbent must be professional in all regards
Establishes and maintains relationships with other court leadership and personnel, stakeholder agencies, service providers, Office of the State Court Administrator and fellow circuit courts.
Provides leadership, management and direct supervision to managers and directors of court programs: Mediation, Family Dependency, Foreclosure Case Management, Children Justice Center, Children's Advocacy Center, Juvenile Diversionary Program and Elder Justice Center.
Provides leadership, management and direct supervision of the Director of Problem Solving Courts, which requires substantial knowledge and understanding of the problem solving courts: Drug Courts (adult, juvenile, Marchman and family dependency), Mental Health Court and Veterans Treatment Court.
Maintains a meaningful structure to all elements of Court Programs; establishes and revises program policies and procedures according to analysis of evolving needs, change in rules or requirements, staffing levels, etc.
Assists with the preparation of grant applications; Coordinates preparation of contracts related to court programs and grants; Drafts Scope of Services and specifies special conditions to be included in contract.
Ensures fiscal responsibility of state, county and grant budget acquisitions and expenditures; Exercises prudent fund management, following rules and regulations while maximizing utilization.
Coordinates payment of invoices with budget office staff; Reviews and approves state and county contractor time and expenses.
Provides oversight, guidance, assistance and training to court managers, staff and contractors related to office expenses, travel, budget management, payment of invoices, etc.
Handles day-to-day program operations when a specific program manager or director is unavailable.
Facilitates staff conference and training attendance to include registration, travel, expense approvals and reimbursements.
Processes manager bi-weekly or monthly time and attendance.
Participates in new judge and employee orientation.
Serves as the Family Court Coordinator to include participation in periodic surveys, attendance at quarterly court coordinator meetings, coordination of information/conference attendance and preparation and submittal of annual report on Unified Family Courts.
Represents the Circuit and/or Court Administrator at meetings, conferences, etc.
Performs other related duties as required.
TO APPLY: Submit 1) cover letter, 2) resume and 3) current State of Florida Application and Addendum (located only at www.fljud13.org) in (1) PDF file via email to email@example.com. APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE THE 3 REQUIREMENTS ABOVE TO BE SCREENED FOR POTENTIAL INTERVIEW.
NOTICE: Please note that future vacancies in this same classification may be filled as a result of this recruitment. Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. If you need accommodation to participate in the application/selection process, please call (813) 272-6330.
- The successful candidate will be hired at the minimum salary and start on or after June 1, 2018.
Deputy Clerk Of District Court I - Bismarck
General Summary or Purpose
Candidates selected for an interview will be required to take typing and grammar tests.
Deputy Clerk of District Court Video – Realistic Job Preview
Title of Immediate Supervisor: Clerk of Court I or II or Deputy Clerk of District Court III
Accountable For (Job Titles): None
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
This position is part of a career ladder series. The successful candidate is hired as a Deputy Clerk of District Court I and after successful completion of the introductory period and depending on prior experience and proficiency in the job, may advance anywhere from six months to two years to a Deputy Clerk of District Court II. The Deputy Clerk of District Court II salary is $3,533 per month.
The Deputy Clerk of Court position requires someone who enjoys working in a highly structured, deadline oriented, and constantly changing, fast-paced environment. The ability to navigate and understand the software; learn and apply many procedures and rules; pay attention to detail ensuring accuracy of work; give excellent customer service; quickly and positively adapt to frequent changes; show initiative; and dependability are required to be successful.
The Deputy Clerk of District Court I is responsible for learning and performing the duties associated with case management activities of criminal, civil, traffic, or other cases before the district court from initial filing to final disposition, and for assisting other court personnel in completing those duties.
This classification receives on-the-job training in the various administrative business practices and processes established by the Clerk of Court in order to follow and perform the assigned case management activities in all case types. The Deputy Clerk of District Court I differs from the Deputy Clerk of District Court II in that the latter is an experienced classification trained and experienced in business practices, operations, and procedures required to carry case management activities of the district court.
Major Responsibilities & Essential Functions
Learns and performs court operations in the scheduling, handling, and preparing of court calendars in accordance with the directives of the Clerk of Court.
Receives and reviews incoming documents to determine conformity to court procedures, laws, and rules. Routes documents to proper offices and persons. Seeks assistance from more experienced staff in matters of a non-routine nature.
Ensures that cases are assigned to judicial officers in accordance with the district's caseflow plan. Provides proper notice to parties of case numbers and judge assignments.
Records incoming documents, case proceedings, and dispositions into the Court's case management system. Processes court orders, notices and reports in accordance with business practices and established procedures.
Receives and records all fees, fines, bonds, restitution, or other receipts submitted to the Clerk of Court's Office.
Receives, answers, and routes telephone calls to appropriate parties. Provides assistance to the public in their requests for information that do not involve legal advice or right-to-know laws. Seeks assistance from more experienced personnel in addressing any non-routine question or issue.
Learns court procedures and rules and clerks hearings, as directed by the Clerk of Court. Organizes cases daily for each judge attending court, and coordinates the court session with the judge, court security, attorneys, and parties to ensure it is managed and completed efficiently and effectively. Relates court documents to hearings and relates events to each other.
Searches criminal, civil, traffic, and judgment records.
Participates in the management of the District Court jury program.
Ensures quality of court records by reviewing files and monitoring various reports so that the Court's records are maintained accurately and timely.
Performs other duties of a comparable level or type.
Minimum Qualifications & Certification or Licensing Requirements
Requires a high school diploma.
Knowledge, Skill, & Physical Requirements
Knowledge of general office procedures.
Knowledge of grammar.
Basic knowledge of court and legal terminology.
Knowledge of office etiquette.
Basic knowledge of general laws, rules, policies and procedures pertaining to the court.
Effective, courteous, and professional interpersonal and customer service skills adaptable to a diverse range of individuals.
Skilled in reading, understanding, and applying statutes and legal procedures/terminology.
Effective written communication skills to prepare reports, memos, and letters.
Strong attention to detail ensuring accuracy of work.
Ability to efficiently organize and prioritize work to process court documents in a timely manner.
Ability to work in a highly structured and fast-paced environment.
Ability to quickly and positively adapt to frequent changes.
Ability to show initiative.
Must be dependable.
Skilled in operation and use of office equipment.
The essential functions of the job typically require: sitting, stooping, crouching, kneeling, standing, walking, talking, hearing, seeing, feeling, reaching, and fingering requirements or other reasonable methods that accommodate an individual in completing the essential functions of the job.
Employee may be subject to some limited travel in the performance of the job.
Physical requirements can typically be characterized as Light: Work involves exerting up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 lbs. frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
Security Officer - Dod Cleared Secret Curie Court
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Allied Universal Services is currently searching for a Department of Defense (DoD) Cleared Security Officer.
An Allied Universal Professional Security Officer assigned to this specific job position will be responsible for the protection of and access to highly classified and sensitive equipment, technology and information. Protection of this equipment is extremely regulated in a controlled environment and only highly qualified Professional Security Officers are charged with this critical responsibility. Rigorous adherence and understanding of security protocols is mandatory, as is a US Government security clearance. The Allied Universal Professional Security Officer candidates for this position will undergo an extensive vetting process by Allied Universal, the client and the US Government (DoD). This mandatory process is lengthy and thorough.
Allied Universal Professional Security Officers perform many tasks including preserving order and enforcing regulations and directives for the site pertaining to personnel, visitors, and premises. Officers may be required to patrol or respond to calls for service on the facility by foot, bicycle, or vehicle. Other duties required of a professional security officer include working at an entry control point to a facility and answering phones, greeting guests and assisting employees.
Essential Tasks (list not all inclusive):
Protect persons, assets and information
Respond to and assess security alarms or emergency alarms, emergency situations, medical aid, fires, oxygen deficiency alarms, first responder; secure classified information, escort visitors and contractors, secure ingress and egress situations
Ensure the highest quality security services in the protection of personnel, property and information with professionalism; fulfill duties politely, without fear or favor
Preserve order and enforce rules, regulations and directives for the viability of the site and the safety of personnel, equipment and sensitive information
Greet guests and employees in a cheerful and welcoming manner
Answer questions and assist guests and employees
Patrol the facility, internal and external
Report safety concerns, security breaches and unusual circumstances, both through written and verbal means
Know site-specific operations performance manuals and post orders
Open/close, lock/unlock sensitive rooms and areas
Conduct personal sweeps in closed areas; monitor prohibited items in certain areas
Conduct "person lookups" for rights and permissions to specific areas and rooms
Correspond and interact with corporate security personnel regarding orders and execution
Minimum of 3-5 years high-level security experience on DOD site or similar in military
High School Diploma or GED required; Associate Degree or higher (preferred)
Ability to write clear concise incident reports
Understand proper radio protocol
Possess a good working knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Be articulate and able to explain a situation coherently
Be a leader and self-starter
Have experience managing or leading a team of individuals
Understand accountability and lead by example
Be able to obtain a Department of Defense (DoD) position appropriate level security clearance
Basic requirements for the US Government clearance are as follows: The US Government adjudicators consider the totality of the investigation when issuing a clearance. If you have any questions regarding these requirements, you may request consultation with the Allied Universal Services Compliance Manager/Facility Security Officer.
Applicant must be a US citizen
Applicant cannot hold citizenship in any country is addition to the US
Applicant cannot have any foreign property, business connections or foreign financial interests
Applicant's immediate family must be US citizens; This includes spouse, parents, step parents, brothers, sisters, step brother, step sister, in laws and non-family cohabitants; If the applicant is unmarried, applicant cannot be cohabitating with a non-US citizen
Applicant must have very good credit, including no debt that is in default or not paid as agreed, and no bankruptcy filed in last 5 years
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has ever been arrested, investigated, detained, or charged with any criminal offense, including under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has ever pled guilty or pled no contest to any charge (felony, misdemeanor, military code or traffic offense
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has been a part of any civil court proceedings within the last seven (7) years
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has ever had any disciplinary or counseling action related to their use of alcohol
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has EVER used, purchased or sold any illegal drugs
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has consulted with a medical professional about a mental health condition other than marital, family, PTSD or grief counseling
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has ever defaulted on a loan, declared bankruptcy or had personal property repossessed in the last ten (10) years
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has had ANY debt placed in collections in the last seven (7) years
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has EVER had a tax lien or wage garnishment
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he is currently delinquent on any taxes (federal, state or local)
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has ever been late or are currently delinquent on any child support payments
Applicant must be willing to disclose if s/he has deliberately misused an automated/computer information system
Applicant must be willing to disclose if, in the last ten (10) years, s/he had any of the following situations occur:
Fired from a job
Quit a job after being told they would be fired
Left a job by mutual agreement following allegations of misconduct
Left a job by mutual agreement following allegations of unsatisfactory performance
Left a job for other reasons under unfavorable circumstances
(NOTE: The government reserves the right to require an individual to take a polygraph at any time once the individual has been approved for a security clearance)
This is a highly visible and trusted position for which ONLY qualified candidates will be considered. If you qualify based on the above requirements, please complete the position application.
If you do not qualify for this specific position, please feel free to complete an application with Allied Universal Services for another position.
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We proudly support the Veteran Jobs Mission, a group of over 200 companies that have committed to collectively hiring a total of one million military veterans.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Allied Universal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
Court Security Officer
We Are Team Gilbert
The Town of Gilbert is Arizona's 5th largest city and one of Money Magazine's Best Places to Live in the U.S., and the people who serve it are proud to be tasked with ensuring it stays that way. This is why we were recently named one of Arizona's 2017 Most Admired Companies to work for by AZ Business Magazine.
Team Gilbert is a high-performing, collaborative team of innovators who do important work that makes our community better every day. If you have the heart of a public servant and the spirit of an entrepreneur...please read on!
We Are Seeking
With every job we fill, our focus is on providing best in class service to our citizens while offering the opportunity for professional growth in a rewarding and innovative work environment. Team Gilbert has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated professional to fill the position of Court Security Officer.
The Court Security Officer reports to the Court Enforcement Supervisor. The primary function of this position is to enhance the safety and security of the court facility using screening methods and technology. This position also observes employees and patrons within the court facility and parking areas using patrol techniques and technology to respond to duress and emergency alarms when activated.
You are someone who effectively exceeds customer needs by building productive relationships, and taking responsibility for customer satisfaction and loyalty. You actively participate as a member of a team to move the team toward the completion of goals and produce quality outcomes. You are committed to our safety philosophy, and you take great pride in proactively managing time and resources to ensure that work is completed efficiently while accomplishing objectives and achieving goals beyond what is required.
At Team Gilbert, we hire innovative, forward thinking problem-solvers who love what they do! In addition to possessing the ability to live out our core and functional values daily, candidates must possess the following requirements
High School Diploma or GED
2 years of experience as a security officer or law enforcement officer
Must possess and maintain a current CPR/First Aid certifications
Top candidates for this position will have demonstrated experience in successfully addressing persons posing security threats in a calm and professional manner. They will possess the ability to remain level-headed in dangerous situations and follow logical thought processes to maintain or restore security. They will understand, appreciate and display professional behavior while at work and extend due courtesy and respect to the public.
In addition to a competitive salary, Gilbert offers an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental and life insurance, tuition reimbursement, participation and company match in the Arizona State Retirement System and more. For more information on Team Gilbert and all we have to offer, click here.
Up For The Challenge?
Make an income while making an impact! If you are looking for an opportunity to make a visible contribution to our community, and get excited about doing interesting work that matters, then we encourage you to apply today.
To complete and submit an on-line employment application for this position visit http://www.gilbertaz.gov/departments/human-resources/job-opportunities. Incomplete applications may be rejected so please be thorough. Your resume may be included as a supplement to your application, but it cannot replace any information required for the application.
This position is FLSA Non-Exempt - eligible for overtime compensation.
Deputy City Attorney III Or Deputy City Attorney IV - Real Estate
Deputy City Attorney III
$10,313.35 - $12,663.32 Monthly
$123,760.20 - $151,959.84 Annually
Deputy City Attorney IV
$11,371.67 - $13,961.07 Monthly
$136,460.04 - $167,532.84 Annually
The City Attorney's Office seeks a seasoned real estate attorney with significant expertise in development and/or transactional aspects of real estate to fill the position of Deputy City Attorney III or Deputy City Attorney IV, depending on experience. Expertise in land use, redevelopment, economic development and municipal law is a plus.
The ideal candidate will fill a position in the City Attorney's Real Estate Unit and will advise the City's Real Estate Department on varied transactional work related to the sale, acquisition and lease of property; the City's Economic Workforce Development Department on varied work related to the development and other disposition of City property; or a combination of both, depending on qualifications. The City Attorney may assign the selected attorney to new, additional or different duties or practice areas in either litigation or transactional work in the future.
The City Attorney's Office provides legal advice and counsel to the City in areas including but not limited to land use, real estate, personnel, elections, conflicts of interest, municipal finance, retirement, housing and economic development. Services include drafting and reviewing contracts, legislation and other documents and possibly on occasion providing litigation services in the defense of ordinances and other administrative actions and in specialized areas including probate and bankruptcy. The City Attorney's Office provides counsel to the City Council, Council committees, Mayor, retirement and other City boards and commissions, various City-wide task forces and City agencies and departments. Real estate and development attorneys handle matters including but not limited to negotiating and documenting transactions for major commercial, mixed-use and residential projects (both market-rate and affordable), leases, licenses, related real estate documents and financing documents. Incumbents perform a variety of professional legal duties involving civil municipal law issues. Incumbents may receive general supervision from a Deputy City Attorney V, Special Counsel, Chief Assistant City Attorney or the City Attorney.
Attorneys in this diverse and exciting office frequently work collaboratively with other attorneys and other City departments on a wide variety of issues.
Examples of Duties:Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Perform legal research, interpret and apply laws and court decisions; prepare opinions for departments, programs and activities.
Prepare and review legal opinions, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, deeds, leases and other legal documents; revise such documents as necessary to meet legal standards.
Investigate claims and complaints by or against the City; recommend action to be taken; prepare cases for hearing; represent the City in such hearings.
Act in an advisory capacity at meetings of City Council, City boards and commissions; advise City departments on legal matters.
Prepare briefs for appellant courts and administrative boards.
Prepare forms of court pleadings and ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases, options and permits.
Represent the City in litigation brought by or against the City; prepare cases for trial, hearings and arbitration.
Meet and negotiate with outside parties in matters arising out of claims, property transactions and other City business.
May serve as the City Attorney or the Assistant City Attorney in their absence.
Minimum Requirements for Application:
Any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications is acceptable.
Graduation from an accredited School of Law.
DCA III - Two years of increasingly responsible work experience comparable to a Deputy City Attorney II in the City of Oakland.
DCA IV - Five years of increasingly responsible work experience comparable to a Deputy City Attorney III in the City of Oakland.
License or Certificate:
A member in good standing of the California State Bar.
Incumbents in this position are expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Due to assignments and hours or work, public transportation may not be an efficient method for traveling to required locations. Selected individuals will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License during City employment or demonstrate the ability to travel to required locations in a timely manner.
Additional Skills that are Desirable:
Bilingual skills in Spanish, Cantonese and/or Mandarin.
Working knowledge of municipal, state and federal laws, ordinances and codes affecting City government.
Municipal, state and federal laws, ordinances and codes affecting City government.
Legal research methods.
Public contact and community relations.
Local court rules and procedures.
The principles of supervision and training
Interpret and apply various government codes and ordinances.
Conduct research on legal problems; prepare sound legal opinions.
Analyze and prepare a wide variety of legal documents.
Present cases in court and administrative proceedings.
Handle stressful or sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy.
Communicate effectively in both oral and written form with City officials, representatives of outside agencies and the public.
Complete varied assignments within a narrow time frame.
Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties.
Provide professional leadership, guidance, and technical expertise to assigned staff.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit an employment application and current résumé and complete the attached supplemental questionnaire to:
City of Oakland, Office of the City Attorney
One Frank H. Ogawa Plaza – 6th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612
Attention: Cynthia Andrada
This job announcement and additional employment information including the application form is available on-line at:
The City of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity / ADA employer
Immigration and Reform Control Act: In compliance with the Immigration and Reform Control Act of 1986 the City of Oakland will only hire individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States.
Exam Access Accommodation: In compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, the City of Oakland will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability. The City is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment. Individuals requesting reasonable accommodations in the examination process must do so no later than five working days after the final filing date for receipt of applications, otherwise it may not be possible to arrange accommodations for the selection process. Such requests should be addressed to the Department of Human Resources Management, 150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, 2nd Floor, Oakland, CA 94612-2019 or call (510) 238-3112 or TDD (510) 238-3254.
The City of Oakland is an EEO/ADA Employer.
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Deputy Sheriff/Coroner I/Ii - Extra Help Deputy Sheriff/Coroner I/Ii
Examples of Duties Benefits Supplemental Questions
This recruitment is for Full Time Deputy Sheriff/Coroner I/II positions. However Extra Help Reserve positions may be filled from this list. Reserve Extra Help pay rate is from $10.50 to $23.00 per hour. Extra Help employees are not entitled to County benefits.
Applications will not be accepted with out submission of California Basic POST Certificate or California Basic Academy Graduation Certificate or proof of current enrollment in a Basic P.O.S.T. Academy.
Duties may include, depending upon assignment, but are not limited to the following:
Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection of life and property.
Conducts preliminary investigations and interrogates witnesses.
Tests for sobriety, performs CPR and First Aid, physically restrains subjects and prisoners.
Substantiate findings of fact in court.
Serve warrants, subpoenas and make arrests; serves subpoenas; investigates accidents.
Responds to death scenes and secures area, examines body and scene for forensic evidence.
Gathers information to assist in determining cause of death.
Coordinates and cooperates with responding personnel and release of body and/or organs.
Secures personal belongings and effects of the deceased, notifies next of kin.
May assist in the disposition of the deceased due to death by natural causes.
Refers questionable deaths to the Coroner's division.
Delivers and executes civil processes such as writs of attachment, possession and execution, subpoenas, summons and complaints.
Assists and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies' investigations and arrests.
Lifts latent prints, takes pictures or makes sketches of crime scene and takes plaster at crime scenes.
Gather evidence and take statements in connection with suspected criminal activities.
Keeps firearms and other equipment in good working condition.
May function as a SWAT Team member or function as an undercover officer for the detection and prevention of the sale of narcotics and the arrest of drug offenders.
Performs public relations and community policing activities to include law enforcement education, public safety, and crime prevention.
May be assigned to schools, community law enforcement offices, correctional facilities, equestrian law enforcement, canine unit, lake patrol, or other special assignments.
Performs assigned shift responsibilities, maintains confidentiality; follows supervisor's direction and department rules and regulations; may assist with training new staff.
Duties as assigned in the Court Security Services Division:
Primary duty is to serve as bailiff to the Superior Courts of Merced County.
Maintains security and preserve order in courtroom facilities.
Holds, guards and transports prisoners from Detention to Court and return.
During court, takes charge of jury, witnesses and other personnel involved in the cases.
May make court room arrests.
Provides support to other law enforcement agencies and Deputy Sheriff/Coroners outside of court related duties.
Develop a close working relationship with judges and court personnel in order to ensure the efficient operation of the court.
Keep records, prepare reports and perform related office work as required.
Protects assigned judge, jury, public and courtroom
Prepares detailed reports of all activities; deliver and execute civil processes.
Transports persons arrested to jail or court.
Two (2) years of experience in law enforcement work equivalent to Deputy Sheriff/Coroner I.
High school graduation or equivalence.
Possession of Certification of Completion from a Basic P.O.S.T Academy and First Aid and CPR certificates.
Possess and maintain a valid California driver's license, at the time of appointment.
Must be a United States Citizen
Note: Applications will be accepted with proof of current enrollment in a Basic P.O.S.T. Academy. Appointments will only be made after successful completion of Basic P.O.S.T. Academy.
Deputy Regional Counsel - Western Legal
The Department of Children and Families seeks dedicated child welfare professionals who are committed to upholding the Department's fundamental mission of protecting children from abuse and neglect to ensure they are able to grow and thrive in a safe and nurturing environment. The Department's vision is that all children have the right to grow up in a nurturing home, free from abuse and neglect, with access to food, shelter, clothing, health care and education. DCF works toward establishing the safety, permanency and well-being of the Commonwealth's children by: stabilizing and preserving families; providing quality temporary alternative care when necessary, safely reunifying families; and when necessary and appropriate, creating new families through kinship, guardianship or adoption. Preferred applicants will possess a demonstrated commitment to the core practice values: 1) child-driven, 2) family-centered, 3) community-focused, 4) strength-based, 5) committed to diversity/cultural competency, and, 6) committed to continuous learning.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
As a Member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, acts as a legal manager for the Department of Children and Families in the specified region; supervises the legal activities of the regional attorneys and performs related work as required.
Works under the general supervision of the Regional Counsel.
Exercises direct supervision over approximately 12 or more Assistant Regional Counsels, support staff and externs.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Assists Regional Counsel with coordinating and supervising the legal activities of Legal Region.
Assists Regional Counsel in assuming the timely completion of trial court and appellate cases, through both direct litigation and supervision of Assistant Regional Counsel.
Acts as the liaison between the areas, the region and central office in matters pertaining to legal issues.
Acts as the liaison with Juvenile and Probate and Family Courts concerning agency litigation and staff.
Provides technical assistance to Regional and Area office staff regarding interpretation and implementation of Massachusetts General Laws, Massachusetts Regulations, and Department policy.
Develops, establishes and implements system and procedures for effective law office management.
Provides in-service training on legal issues to Regional and Area Office staff in the areas of child welfare law, privacy, confidentiality, access to records, court rules and procedures, and related areas.
May represent the Department in Juvenile, Probate and Superior Court regarding Department records or other litigation matters.
Provides supervision to the legal staff and may assist in framing litigation issues.
Participates in recruitment and hiring of legal staff.
Thorough knowledge of the laws of the Commonwealth and of Federal laws.
Ability to supervise the legal operations of a DCF Region utilizing effective law office management principles and techniques.
Thorough knowledge of the laws and regulations governing DCF.
Ability to supervise the legal activities of staff attorneys.
Ability to direct legal research and the preparation of reports thereon.
Ability to direct the preparation and trial of complex court cases; to direct hearings and pass on recommendations thereon; and to confer with judicial officials.
Ability to file answers, prepare briefs, effect settlement, prepare instrumental documents, and plan Department legal activities.
Ability to interact effectively with people.
Ability to identify and resolve issues as necessary and appropriate.
Please ensure that you attach a resume with your application submission to this requisition.
A criminal and tax history background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori and click on "Information for Job Applicants."
As part of the hiring process, the Office of Human Resources will be verifying any college-level degrees conferred to the selected candidate. Additionally, any licensure required for the position will be verified. Information provided as part of the hiring process is subject to the Massachusetts Public Record Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines.
Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
For questions, please contact the CYF Office of Human Resources at 1-800-510-4122 and select option #2.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least (A) five years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, supervisory or managerial experience in the particular specialty (i.e. scientific, professional, or technical) and (B) of which at least two years must have been in a managerial capacity. The above entrance requirements are to be used only for positions for which educational and/or experience requirements have not been established by the General Laws. Entrance requirements established for particular positions by law must be used.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must possess current licensure and/or registration requirements established for the performance of the duties of the position
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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