The Adams County Clerk of Courts Office is looking for an individual that meets the following qualifications to employ as a Deputy Clerk.
The Deputy Clerk is responsible for filing and maintaining an accurate record of all transactions through the Court of Common Pleas Clerk Of Courts Office.
- High school graduate is required
- Minimum 2 years Office Experience
- Knowledge of the criminal justice system, courts and clerk-related practices, principles, laws and operation is preferred, but not necessary
- Proficiency in operating a personal computer and using, or being able to learn, Microsoft Office products including Word, Outlook and Excel.
- Typing or keyboard ability to 50 wpm accurately.
- Ability to prioritize work, perform a variety of duties and manage a variety of projects simultaneously in a high pressure atmosphere under sometimes
severe time constraints
- Ability to effectively and professional communicate verbally and in writing to a diverse audience.
- Demonstrate dependability, reliability, and an excellent attendance record
- Patience, objectivity, maturity, effectiveness under stress, initiative, adaptability and sound judgment are strong qualities that will benefit this
position and office
- Case processing
- Assigning case numbers
- Processing notices, summons, subpoenas, warrants
- Journalize entries
- Index each entry
- Docket each entry
- Disposition notice to BCI
- Filing and retrieval of legal/social files
- Receipt of fines and cost
- Daily balancing of receipts
- Daily mail drop-off and bank deposits
- Accept filing of appeals
- Prepare notice and transcript to be forwarded to Court of Appeals
- Daily assembly of legal files
- Respond to questions from the general public
- Perform any other duties as deemed appropriate and proper by the Clerk or Chief Deputy Clerk
Please submit resumes by mail at the following address: Adams County Clerk of Courts Office, Attn: Chief Deputy Leanne Liston, 110 West Main St. Rm. 207,
West Union, OH 45693 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Resumes must be received by 4/19/21
Larry Heller, Clerk of Courts