Jobs: Court Clerk for City of Lake Forest Park

Wednesday, December 5, 2018


JOB SUMMARY: This is a full time, technical position. Experienced, qualified applicants must have strong clerical skills and communication skills in support of court operations with the ability to serve the public and perform well in a team environment. Judicial Information System (JIS) experience is required.

DUTIES:
Customer service – answers and directs telephone calls, greets and directs public, responds to requests for information or services
Case filing/maintenance - Assists in filing and electronic entry of infractions/citations into JIS vis Sector and American Traffic Solutions (ATS)
Scheduling – schedules court hearings for defendants and prepares and mails notices
Accounting – Performs various accounting tasks to include daily receipting, payments plans and reconciliation
In-Court clerk – Perform as in-court clerk to include calendar preparation and processing

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of JIS
Basic court practices and procedures
Legal forms, documents and terminology
Modern office practices, procedures and equipment
Municipal court record keeping requirements
Knowledge of general accounting functions
Knowledge of general computer functions, JIS, Sector, ATS, MS Office, Outlook Express
Possess excellent customer service and problem solving skills
Ability to work under stressful conditions in a high-paced environment
Be detail and goal oriented
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Meet timelines and schedules
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships in a small court setting, respecting cultural diversities
Make contributions and participate in a team oriented environment

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