Court Information

Employment Opportunities

AmeriCorps Member - Cognitive Intervention Program Assistant

Service Position Functions: The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, seeks enthusiastic college student and non-student volunteers to participate in an AmeriCorps program, as a Cognitive Intervention Program Assistant. Under general supervision, this position will aid probation officers by co-facilitating the county utilized cognitive intervention program. These programs often require more than one staff member to deliver the program to a group of probationers, so this member will help to provide feedback and support to the probationers participating in the program. The member will assist in planning the program curriculum and preparing for the weekly sessions. The member will keep track of sessions completed and schedule sessions as necessary. Members will also interview adult probationers, contact community partners and behavioral health services to determine compliance, and provide a wide array of technical and clerical support, including data entry. This position will report to the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, AmeriCorps Site Supervisor.

Service Location: Maricopa County Adult Probation Department and their regional offices as necessary.

Program Benefits: During the term of service, Members some will receive a living stipend every two weeks.

Closing Date: Friday, February 24, 2017

Get Job Announcement

AmeriCorps Member - Community Service Assistant

Service Position Functions: The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, seeks enthusiastic college student and non-student volunteers to participate in an AmeriCorps program, as a Community Service Assistant. This position will provide critical assistance to probation staff, in determining what probationers need to complete court ordered community service and in assessing what type of community service programs they should participate in. Members will also interview adult probationers, contact community partners and non-profit organizations to determine need of services, plan and organize the community service events, and provide a wide array of technical and clerical support, including data entry. This position will report to the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, AmeriCorps Site Supervisor.

Service Location: Maricopa County Adult Probation Department and their regional offices as necessary.

Program Benefits: During the term of service, Members some will receive a living stipend every two weeks.

Closing Date: Friday, February 24, 2017

Get Job Announcement

AmeriCorps Member - Learn Center Aide

Service Position Functions: The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, seeks enthusiastic college student and non-student volunteers to participate in an AmeriCorps program, as a LEARN Center Aide. Under general supervision, this position will provide needed assistance to probation officers and LEARN Center staff, to serve students to reach a higher level of education and job opportunities. Probationers at this center reach to obtain their GED and entry level college courses. The member will assist in placing students into the workforce program, as well as teach and tutor through their educational courses. Members will also interview adult probationers, contact community partners and behavioral health services to determine compliance, and provide a wide array of technical and clerical support, including data entry. This position will report to the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, AmeriCorps Site Supervisor.

Service Location: Maricopa County Adult Probation Department and their regional offices as necessary.

Program Benefits: During the term of service, Members some will receive a living stipend every two weeks.

Closing Date: Friday, February 24, 2017

Get Job Announcement

AmeriCorps Member - Peer Support

Service Position Functions: The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, seeks enthusiastic college student and non-student volunteers to participate in an AmeriCorps program, as a Peer Support, for specialty courts. Under general supervision, this position will provide critical assistance to probation staff, to provide outreach to probationers, remind them to attend court dates and treatment services, to listen to probationers and be present in their court hearings for support. Members will also interview adult probationers, contact community partners and behavioral health services to determine compliance, and provide a wide array of technical and clerical support, including data entry. This position will report to the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, AmeriCorps Site Supervisor.

Service Location: Maricopa County Adult Probation Department and their regional offices as necessary.

Program Benefits: During the term of service, Members some will receive a living stipend every two weeks.

Closing Date: Friday, February 24, 2017

Get Job Announcement

Bailiff/Law-Trained Bailiff - Judge Brodman

Salary Range: $12.75 Per Hour/$14.03 Per Hour
Closing Date: Open Until Filled


Assists the judge with administrative, clerical, and legal research tasks; orders or prepares files for the Court; prepares courtroom for trials; manages courtroom during proceedings; drafts, edits, proofreads, and assembles legal documents and memoranda; researches legal issues; discusses pending cases with the Judge and performs related duties as assigned or necessary to aid in the administration of the cases before the Court.

Get Job Announcement

Bailiff - Judge Bustamante

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


Assist the judge with administrative, clerical, and legal research tasks; order or prepare files for the Court; prepare courtroom for trials; manage courtroom during proceedings; draft, edit, proofread, and assemble legal documents and memoranda; research legal issues; discuss pending cases with the Judge and perform related duties as assigned or necessary to aid in the administration of the cases before the Court.

Get Job Announcement

Bailiff - Judge Mullins

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


Assist the judge with administrative, clerical, and legal research tasks; order or prepare files for the Court; prepare courtroom for trials; manage courtroom during proceedings; draft, edit, proofread, and assemble legal documents and memoranda; research legal issues; discuss pending cases with the Judge and perform related duties as assigned or necessary to aid in the administration of the cases before the Court.

Get Job Announcement

Bailiff - Judge Warner

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


Assists the judge with administrative, clerical, and legal research tasks; orders or prepares files for the Court; prepares courtroom for trials; manages courtroom during proceedings; drafts, edits, proofreads, and assembles legal documents and memoranda; researches legal issues; discusses pending cases with the Judge and performs related duties as assigned or necessary to aid in the administration of the cases before the Court.

Get Job Announcement

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.

Get Job Announcement

Judicial Assistant - Commissioner Garfinkel

Salary Range: $15.63 Per Hour
Closing Date: Open Until Filled


Provide direct customer service to litigants in a crisis situation within a virtual courtroom environment; organizes and directs the administrative functions in support of court activities; sets motions for hearing and trial dates; arranges for interpreters and pro tem judges as necessary; resolves administrative problems; maintains court personnel, attendance and performance records; transcribes a variety of letters, memoranda and jury instructions when requested; prepares, maintains and revises daily court calendars; coordinates handling Search Warrants with other judicial officers and their staff; handles a variety of requests, inquiries, and complaints from litigants, general public, lawyers, judges and other court personnel; notifies all parties as the dates of proceedings; supervises support staff of the court including assisting with selection, training and evaluation.

Get Job Announcement

Justice System Administrator - (Jury Administrator)

Salary Range: $69,825 - $115,939 Annually
Closing Date: Open Until Filled


  • Responsible for professional and administrative functions in the Jury Office
  • Demonstrates leadership that fosters a culture of excellent customer service by Jury Office staff for jurors, judicial officers and related stakeholders
  • Administers summoning process for petit and grand jurors. Supervises creation of jury pools
  • Oversees the analysis and calculation of jury summons orders, the processing of jury payroll, and the management of jurors' requests for disqualification, postponements, and excusals
  • Processes juror payments from the Arizona Lengthy Trial Fund. Processes and administers warrants corrections, Inter Governmental Agreements, the creation and maintenance of the Master Jury List in coordination with the Maricopa County Department of Elections and the State of Arizona's Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Division
  • Compiles statistical data generated from the jury information management system. Analyzes and establishes weekly, monthly and annual report formats for administrative distribution and publication
  • Establishes recordkeeping systems including staff performance, desk operations,, and other statistical mapping of staff production
  • Communicates with judges, jurors, and staff. Updates divisions and court administration on anomalies, forecasts, and jury office processes
  • Trains employees in jury functions. Ensures that all staff are multiple-concept trained
  • Supervises the juror-orientation program and develop updates to all information presented. Initiate evolving efficiencies in the empanelment processing
  • Represents the Judicial Branch in Maricopa County on jury management issues with external stakeholders when requested
  • Provides staff support to internal Jury Advisory Committee

Get Job Announcement

Justice System Administrator (Law Library Resource Center Director)

Service Position Functions: This position is responsible for managing all operations of the Law Library Resource Center (LLRC) at four court locations. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing the successful implementation of department-wide reengineering to enhance customer service in the delivery of programs and services. The service areas include forms production, legal education and resources, protective orders, electronic education and volunteer services.

Applications will only be accepted online by the scheduled close date at the following link: Get Job Bulletin

Please include a letter of interest and five (5) professional references with your submission. The recruitment is scheduled to close on Monday, April 24, 2017 at 11:59 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST). Following a review of the applications, only those applicants the Judicial Branch deems may best meet the needs of the Court will be invited to participate in a panel interview.

Closing Date: Monday, April 24, 2017

Get Job Announcement

PACS AmeriCorps Member - Law Library Resource Center

Program Benefits: During the term of service, Members some will receive a living stipend. Upon completion of service, Members are eligible to receive an education award of $1,212 for minimum-time Members (300 hours), $1,515 for quarter-time Members (450 hours), $4,863 for reduced half-time Members (675 hours), and $6,265 for half-time Members (900 hours).

Closing Date: Thursday, August 25, 2016

Primary Duties of the Position: Provide direct customer service to litigants in various situations within a self-service environment; handle a variety of requests, inquiries, and complaints from litigants and the general public; attend and participate in training and evaluation; assist court customers with finding needed services or locations; become knowledgeable about various community resources and provide information to customers as necessary; track services using computer software; recruit and assist community volunteers.

Get Job Announcement


More Judicial Branch and Maricopa County Jobs - via eRecruit

click here for Law Library Resource Center