Judicial Clerk Supervisor

Maricopa County
Posted Nov 08
Full Time
Avondale, Arizona

**Posting Date

** 11/08/23

**Application Deadline

** 11/15/23

**Pay Range

** Full Pay Range: $57,250 - $85,500 annually

Salary offers are based on the candidate's equivalent experience and internal equity with other employees within the same job classification. The position is not eligible for overtime compensation.

**Job Type

** Classified


** Justice Courts

**About The Position

** Are you a natural leader who likes to inspire and mentor others?

As our Judicial Clerk Supervisor, you will plan, organize, manage, and oversee all the diverse and complex activities in the Justice Courts. You will also supervise court employees and provide support to the Judge.

**About Us

** The Maricopa County Justice Courts, Arizona, is one of the largest, most innovative, and progressive Justice Courts in the nation. There are 26 Justice Courts in Maricopa County which provide professional judicial services to court users so they can obtain timely and economical justice within their community. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, employee training, professional growth opportunities, and generous tuition reimbursement. We invite you to begin and advance your career with us as we continue on the path to provide exceptional and quality services to the citizens we serve.

**Proud to Offer


  • Perform work with a greater purpose
  • Growth and stability since 1871
  • Opportunities for growth and development within Maricopa County
  • Exceptional work-life balance
  • Low-cost, high-value healthcare for you and your qualifying dependents
  • Maricopa County participates in the Arizona State Retirement System; this defined retirement benefit requires a 12.29% monthly contribution rate and includes a 100% employer match on Day 1
  • Paid vacation, sick, and parental (birth/adoption) leaves
  • Extensive wellness program with $60 monthly medical premium discounts
  • Employee discounts for goods and services
  • Learn more at Work With Us | Maricopa County, AZ

**We Require


  • Three years of administrative experience in a legal and/or court environment
  • Associate's degree in business administration, public administration, judicial studies or a related field
  • A combination of post-secondary education and/or job-related experience may substitute for the minimum qualifications on a year-for-year basis

**We Also Value


  • Prior lead and/or supervisory experience

**Job Contributions


  • Provide overall leadership to the court and support to the Judge
  • Develop and monitor daily operations and coordinate court activities, ensure goals and objectives of the court are being met
  • Perform all personnel functions for the court including hiring, supervising, training, evaluating, and disciplining staff, and assign duties/responsibilities
  • Develop work plans in accordance with established court procedures and objectives, and funding limitations in respect to workload and case filings to ensure operational efficiencies
  • Develop employee evaluation plans and goals, evaluates performance and ensure professional development of employees
  • Participate in the development and administration of the justice court system budge
  • Prepare and evaluate internal and external management information reports regarding revenue, workload, caseload, and service trends
  • Review legislation to determine impact on court
  • Investigate and respond to public complaints and requests for information or service in accordance with established policies and procedures
  • Prepare detailed statistical reports
  • Ensure that cases are being processed and retained according to all applicable rules, statutes, and time standards
  • Oversee all financial reconciliations in the court, including daily and monthly reporting and undergoes various financial audits

**Working Conditions


  • Work primarily occurs in an office setting

**Selection Procedure


  • Only the most qualified candidates will be considered
  • Consideration will only be given to candidates who submit online applications
  • Candidates will be contacted primarily through email and their Workday online application profile
  • Must pass a pre-employment background and/or fingerprint investigation as required by statute or policy, including drug and alcohol testing requirements for positions designated as safety-sensitive

Maricopa County is an equal opportunity employer.

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