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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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Human Resources Manager

Salary Range: $61,048 - $78,000 Annually
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is seeking candidates for the position of Human Resources Manager. This position requires demonstrated experience and ability to lead staff and perform complex professional and administrative work in a wide range of human resources activities.

The Human Resources Manager is an unclassified, exempt position and works under the general direction of the Human Resources Director. Job duties and responsibilities include: administering and directing the implementation of Judicial Branch human resources activities, programs and strategies; advising employees and department management on a broad range of human resources matters; interpreting and communicating HR plans, policies, procedures, and state and federal laws; researching and analyzing organizational issues and recommending solutions.

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Special Master - Arizona General Stream Adjudications

Salary Range: $41.38 - $62.74 Hourly (part time)
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Under orders of reference from the Superior Court, the Special Master oversees the litigation of objections to reports of the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR), issues of broad legal importance, and procedural matters arising in the course of litigation.

  • Reviews hydrological survey and technical reports prepared by ADWR.
  • Oversees the litigation of objections to reports of ADWR.
  • Organizes objections to hydrological survey reports into contested cases and holds hearings.
  • Files reports that contain findings of fact, conclusions of law, and recommendations that determine the relative water rights of each claimant or resolve issues of broad legal importance.
  • Determines legal and factual issues related to the adjudication of federal non-Indian and Indian reserved water rights.
  • Litigates contested cases currently in process and initiates new cases.
  • Resolves procedural matters arising in the course of litigation that are referred to the Special Master.
  • Supervises the preparation, maintenance, distribution, and online publication of the Court approved mailing lists.
  • Maintains a website that contains rulings, orders, appellate decisions, rules, and information.
  • Drafts, edits, and publishes an online newsletter three times a year.
  • Reviews all proposed amendments to rules of the Court as they might apply to the adjudications.
  • Prepares the annual office budget.
  • Consults with the Finance Division of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) concerning the accurate and timely reporting of revenue and expenses.
  • Monitors the administration and management of the two funds of filing fees and consults with the Clerks of the Superior Court of Apache and Maricopa Counties and the Treasurers of both counties.
  • Prepares proposed orders for the transfer of funds from the Apache County and Maricopa County Treasurers to AOC.
  • Maintains records based upon applicable storage and retention policies.

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