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Deputy Court Clerk

  • ... Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 28826 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 04, 2024       Expires on: Mar 20, 2024

Deputy Court Clerk   

JOB TITLE:

Deputy Court Clerk

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Little Rock Arkansas United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Department: District Court

Position Control Number: 0409-008

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, position is eligible for overtime

Safety Sensitive Designation: This position is not designated as safety-sensitive.

Random Drug/Alcohol Test: No

Opening Date: February 5, 2024

Closing Date: February 18, 2024 at 11:59 PM

This job description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive.
It is intended to identify the essential functions and minimum qualifications of this job.
The incumbent(s) may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this job description.
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign job-related responsibilities and tasks to this job at any time.
Certain functions are understood to be essential; these include, but are not limited to, attendance, getting along with others, working a full shift, and dealing with and working under stress.
Any essential function of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Reasonable accommodation for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant only to the extent medically and reasonably feasible.

EEO/AA/F/M/VET/DISABLED

JOB SUMMARY: Prepares and maintains the records and dockets for District Court and receives payments for fines, garnishments, and filing fees for civil/small claims cases, special services cases, traffic and criminal cases.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Assigns case numbers to traffic tickets and Arrest Disposition Reports; inputs court dates and case numbers into a computer.
  • Receives filing paperwork for civil/small claim cases, and criminal and special services cases; reviews to ensure all necessary paperwork is included; assigns case numbers and court dates.
  • File stamps each filing instrument page, make copies of documents, and returns one copy to the attorney or public.
  • Completes letters to defendants, recognizance bonds, appeals, etc.
    as required.
  • Researches vehicle information, criminal, and driving records in the ACIC/NCIC database prior to the court date for court reports.
  • Prepares daily dockets for traffic court, criminal/hot check court, civil/small claims court, and special services cases; ensures all cases are listed on the docket.
  • Prepares subpoenas and warrants as ordered by the judge or as requested by attorneys and law enforcement agencies; forwards to Sheriff’s Department or private companies for service.
  • Prepares paperwork for weekend jail and commitments; forwards to Sheriff Department with a list of dates.
  • Receives case dispositions from court; enters dispositions into court records; dispatches speed letters as needed to appropriate agencies to relay case disposition; closes case files.
  • Completes garnishment paperwork as required by the court; computes garnishments plus interest.
  • Prepares documents to process court dispositions including commitments and fine assessment; computes fines and court costs.
  • Answer questions in person and by mail regarding court procedures and dates.
  • Accepts payments for probation monitoring fees, court fines, and garnishments; issues receipts and balances cases received daily; sets up payment plans as needed.
  • Coordinates schedules and volunteer opportunities with nonprofit organizations for court-ordered probation cases.
  • Prepares daily jail dockets for video arraignment.
  • Prepares file for Bond Forfeiture Hearings and provides information to County Attorney for court.
  • Prepares “No Contact” orders and the dismissal of “No Contact” orders in court for Domestic Abuse cases; distributes a copy to the victim, defendant, and the original copy to the Sheriff's Department to input into the ACIC database.
  • Schedules appropriate monthly classes and Community Services; monitors Defensive Driving/Probation and DWI cases.

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Pulls case files for the judge as cases come up on the docket; review all case files for compliance with the judge’s orders.
  • Maintains pending case files and closed case files after the court dates.
  • Attends court sessions to provide assistance during court proceedings; records all court proceedings.
  • Receives incoming mail; prepares outgoing correspondence.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

PERSONNEL SUPERVISED: None.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a smoking-restricted office environment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES:

    • Good knowledge of traffic, civil and small claim complaint laws, documents, and court processes and procedures.
    • Some knowledge of basic mathematics.
    • Ability to handle confidential materials in a reliable manner.
    • Ability to maintain detailed and accurate record-keeping systems.
    • Ability to read and interpret court orders and other legal documents.
    • Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the general public, attorneys, county employees, and outside agencies.
    • Ability to communicate effectively in writing.
    • Ability to count money.
    • Ability to attend work regularly and reliably.
    • Skill in the operation of and data entry into a computer.
    • Skill in the operation of a calculator.
    • Skill in the operation of the digital recording system.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • Digital dexterity is necessary for keyboard operation and written documentation.
    • Visual acuity is needed for use of a computer screen.
    • Ability to hear and speak sufficiently to communicate in person and by telephone.
    • Ability to lift and carry loads up to 25 pounds.
    • Ability to climb ladders to obtain stored information.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Completion of high school or GED equivalent; some clerical work experience with recordkeeping; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities.


Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background check.

Regular and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.


ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: If you are an individual with disabilities who needs accommodation or you are having difficulty using or website to apply for employment, please contact humanresources@pulaskicounty.
net or call (501) 340-6110.

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 04, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

28826 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707478084-b2111e213e6a9c6c57c7a458319355f8

LOCATION:

Arkansas United States

CITY:

Little Rock

Job Origin:

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Department: District Court

Position Control Number: 0409-008

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, position is eligible for overtime

Safety Sensitive Designation: This position is not designated as safety-sensitive.

Random Drug/Alcohol Test: No

Opening Date: February 5, 2024

Closing Date: February 18, 2024 at 11:59 PM

This job description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and minimum qualifications of this job. The incumbent(s) may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this job description. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign job-related responsibilities and tasks to this job at any time. Certain functions are understood to be essential; these include, but are not limited to, attendance, getting along with others, working a full shift, and dealing with and working under stress. Any essential function of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodation for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant only to the extent medically and reasonably feasible.

EEO/AA/F/M/VET/DISABLED

JOB SUMMARY: Prepares and maintains the records and dockets for District Court and receives payments for fines, garnishments, and filing fees for civil/small claims cases, special services cases, traffic and criminal cases.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Assigns case numbers to traffic tickets and Arrest Disposition Reports; inputs court dates and case numbers into a computer.
  • Receives filing paperwork for civil/small claim cases, and criminal and special services cases; reviews to ensure all necessary paperwork is included; assigns case numbers and court dates.
  • File stamps each filing instrument page, make copies of documents, and returns one copy to the attorney or public.
  • Completes letters to defendants, recognizance bonds, appeals, etc. as required.
  • Researches vehicle information, criminal, and driving records in the ACIC/NCIC database prior to the court date for court reports.
  • Prepares daily dockets for traffic court, criminal/hot check court, civil/small claims court, and special services cases; ensures all cases are listed on the docket.
  • Prepares subpoenas and warrants as ordered by the judge or as requested by attorneys and law enforcement agencies; forwards to Sheriff’s Department or private companies for service.
  • Prepares paperwork for weekend jail and commitments; forwards to Sheriff Department with a list of dates.
  • Receives case dispositions from court; enters dispositions into court records; dispatches speed letters as needed to appropriate agencies to relay case disposition; closes case files.
  • Completes garnishment paperwork as required by the court; computes garnishments plus interest.
  • Prepares documents to process court dispositions including commitments and fine assessment; computes fines and court costs.
  • Answer questions in person and by mail regarding court procedures and dates.
  • Accepts payments for probation monitoring fees, court fines, and garnishments; issues receipts and balances cases received daily; sets up payment plans as needed.
  • Coordinates schedules and volunteer opportunities with nonprofit organizations for court-ordered probation cases.
  • Prepares daily jail dockets for video arraignment.
  • Prepares file for Bond Forfeiture Hearings and provides information to County Attorney for court.
  • Prepares “No Contact” orders and the dismissal of “No Contact” orders in court for Domestic Abuse cases; distributes a copy to the victim, defendant, and the original copy to the Sheriff's Department to input into the ACIC database.
  • Schedules appropriate monthly classes and Community Services; monitors Defensive Driving/Probation and DWI cases.

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Pulls case files for the judge as cases come up on the docket; review all case files for compliance with the judge’s orders.
  • Maintains pending case files and closed case files after the court dates.
  • Attends court sessions to provide assistance during court proceedings; records all court proceedings.
  • Receives incoming mail; prepares outgoing correspondence.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

PERSONNEL SUPERVISED: None.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a smoking-restricted office environment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES:

    • Good knowledge of traffic, civil and small claim complaint laws, documents, and court processes and procedures.
    • Some knowledge of basic mathematics.
    • Ability to handle confidential materials in a reliable manner.
    • Ability to maintain detailed and accurate record-keeping systems.
    • Ability to read and interpret court orders and other legal documents.
    • Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the general public, attorneys, county employees, and outside agencies.
    • Ability to communicate effectively in writing.
    • Ability to count money.
    • Ability to attend work regularly and reliably.
    • Skill in the operation of and data entry into a computer.
    • Skill in the operation of a calculator.
    • Skill in the operation of the digital recording system.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • Digital dexterity is necessary for keyboard operation and written documentation.
    • Visual acuity is needed for use of a computer screen.
    • Ability to hear and speak sufficiently to communicate in person and by telephone.
    • Ability to lift and carry loads up to 25 pounds.
    • Ability to climb ladders to obtain stored information.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Completion of high school or GED equivalent; some clerical work experience with recordkeeping; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities.


Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background check.

Regular and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.


ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: If you are an individual with disabilities who needs accommodation or you are having difficulty using or website to apply for employment, please contact humanresources@pulaskicounty.net or call (501) 340-6110.

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