This position is responsible for assisting in the orderly and expeditious dispatch of court business by maintaining custody of and coordinating the movement of individual trial jury pools. This position will have substantial contact with all parties in the criminal justice system, including defendants, judges, lawyers, corrections staff and the public. This is an intermittent position with no guarantee of hours. The incumbent(s) will be responsible for the completion of work within general guidelines and under general supervision. Work will be reviewed on a weekly basis for accuracy, progress and adherence to established procedures and policies.
Duties may include but are not limited to:
Assisting judges in maintaining order and decorum in the courtroom, maintaining court and jury facilities, assisting the court and counsel with impaneling the jury, providing jury escort to and from the courtroom, providing personal service to the jurors during jury sequestration, transmitting instructions and exhibits from court to jurors, and providing basic administrative support to court administration while the jury is deliberating.
The incumbent may participate in the preparation and presentation of jury orientations which includes comfortably communicating juror expectations, court rules, and instructive guidelines before jury pools that may range from 18 to 120 potential jurors.
The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge and abilities:
Inquiries about this opportunity?
Recruitment contact: Tonya Moore (360) 754-4405
This position is:
- Not represented by a Union
- Not eligible for benefits, unless mandated by law
- Classified as eligible for overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Items required for consideration:
- Letter of Interest
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