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Bailiff - Judge Jose Padilla

Salary Range: $12.75 Per Hour
Closing Date: Open Until Filled


Orders or prepares files and daily calendar for the Court; schedules hearings; prepares courtroom for trial; manages courtroom during proceedings; assists visitors, jurors and pro pers with explanations, directions, and instructions; responsible for the jurors; assists witnesses and attorneys during courtroom proceedings; distributes the Calendar of Court proceedings as required; inputs to the integrated Court Information System (iCIS); may perform other tasks and duties as requested by the Judge or Judicial Assistant.

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Bailiff - Judge Laura Reckart

Salary Range: $12.75 Per Hour
Closing Date: Open Until Filled


Orders or prepares files and daily calendar for the Court; schedules hearings; prepares courtroom for trial; manages courtroom during proceedings; assists visitors, jurors and pro pers with explanations, directions, and instructions; responsible for the jurors; assists witnesses and attorneys during courtroom proceedings; distributes the Calendar of Court proceedings as required; inputs to the integrated Court Information System (iCIS); may perform other tasks and duties as requested by the Judge or Judicial Assistant.

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Court Reporter

Salary Range: $23.90 - $27.58 - $31.25 Per Hour
Closing Date: Open Until Filled


The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is currently accepting resumes for Full-Time Court Reporters. The position reports courtroom proceedings and prepares case transcripts (associated income), using stenographic or other specialized equipment. These positions are hired by and serve at the will of the Court Reporting Department manager. Court Reporters may be assigned to more than one Judge in the following areas: Criminal, Civil, Family, Probation/Mental Health, Juvenile, Tax and Special Assignments.

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Judicial Merit System Commission

Salary Range: Volunteer
Closing Date: Thursday, April 29, 2016


The Judicial Merit System Commission was created July 1, 1998 to serve as an appeals board representing the public interest in the conduct of personnel administration in Court Service. The Commission consists of five volunteer members appointed by the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court. The Commission meets, at a minimum, quarterly, and as needed thereafter. Terms of appointment are one, two, or three years in length to ensure diversity of the Commission. Commission members must be highly qualified to interpret policies and determine complex employment issues by virtue of education, experience and training. Preference will be given to individuals with public sector and human resources experience.

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