$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.
Deputy Court Administrator
$119,288 - $152,505 Annually
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Plans, organizes, directs and exercises supervision of departmental administrators and/or program
managers in court operations (such as Criminal, Juvenile, Civil/Tax, Family and Probate/Mental Health)
and administrative and support services (such as Court Reporters, Interpreters, Alternative Dispute
Resolution, Collections, Jury, Grants, Research, Litigant Support Services and Technology Planning).
Provides analysis and support to the Presiding Judge, departmental Presiding Judges, and Judicial Officers to address and streamline case flow management issues. The ideal candidate will embrace and support the Court's expending reliance on technology solutions where appropriate.
Effectively manages and allocates the human resources of the major court departments according to established personnel policies and procedures that conform to current laws and regulations.
Provides oversight and direction to subordinate departmental managers, coordinates operations between departments and resolves inter- and intra- departmental conflicts or issues.
Leads and directs program development and operations to ensure that they align with other Court departments and the overall management goals and objectives of the Judicial Branch.
Assures that the Court's strategic plan, mission, programs and services are continuously reviewed and improved to provide best in class services to stakeholders.
Participates on Court committees and in meetings with other administrators, staff and Judicial Officers; represent the Court in meetings with Maricopa County officials, the Administrative Office of the Arizona Supreme Court, and with various other public and private sector organizations having an interest in Court business.
Provides the administrative framework to effectively support and enhance court processes for internal and external justice partners to ensure the timely resolution of pending disputes.
PACS AmeriCorps Member - Law Library Resource Center
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.