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PROBLEM SOLVING COURT CLERK (PART TIME - NO BENEFIT)  

Union Non-Union  
Full-Time/Part-Time Part-Time  
Open Date 6/21/2022  
Closed Date Continuous Until Filled  
Number of Openings 1  
Location Circuit Court - Probate Court  
Description

Starting Pay: $17.6140 Hourly ($36,637)
After 1st Year: $18.6867 Hourly ($38,868)
After 2nd Year: $21.6259 Hourly ($44,982)
After 3rd Year: $22.1506 Hourly ($46,073)
After 4th Year: $22.6973 Hourly ($47,210)
After 5th Year: $23.2695 Hourly ($48,401)
After 6th Year: $23.8634 Hourly ($49,636)
After 7th Year: $24.5094 Hourly ($50,980)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Two (2) years' clerical experience and the ability to type accurately 30 words per minute.

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTI ES: Performs various clerical duties under supervision involving data entry and maintenance of information from the Genesee County Mental Health Court and Veteran’s Treatment Court programs; Requiring knowledge of the minimum data point requirements for Michigan problem-solving court programs; Assists the Problem-Solving Court Supervisor in the administration of the Mental Health Court program; Performs related duties as required.

STATEMENT OF TASKS:
Enters program data and information in the Drug Court Case Management Information System and Drug Court Analysis System;
Utilizes word processing and imaging programs for data entry and retrieval; types and prepares various Probate forms and orders;
Works closely with the Problem-Solving Court Supervisor, Genesee Health System liaison, District and Circuit Courts, and other members of the Mental Health Court and Veterans Treatment Court teams;
Assists with general office duties;
Assists with Problem-Solving Court Supervisor in the day to day activities of the Mental Health Court program and Veterans Treatment Court programs

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Good working knowledge of office procedures, legal terminology, and equipment;
Good working knowledge of the court system, specifically problem-solving courts;
Knowledge of a variety of software programs related to the operation of a database to input and maintain program data and information;
Ability to understand and follow oral and written directions;
Ability to plan and maintain accurate records;
Ability to attend work regularly and work under stressful conditions;
Ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships;
Knowledge of mental illness, as well as substance abuse and addiction;

 

This position is currently not accepting applications.

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