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EMPLOYMENT WITH SHELBY COUNTY GOVERNMENT REQUIRES:
- A satisfactory check of references.
- A medical examination may be required and may be considered before any appointment can be finalized; and may require a laboratory test for alcohol and substance abuse.
- Candidate selected for position must reside in Shelby County as of employment date and remain a resident.
- Federal law requires that the selected candidate provide proof of identity and employment eligibility.
- All Shelby County employees must receive their payroll check through direct deposit as a condition of employment.

Human Resources recommends that the job posting announcement be printed or saved to a file on your computer before the job closing date. After the job closes the job posting announcement will be unavailable.

Shelby County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin or disability status.

Shelby County Government participates in E-Verify

If special assistance is needed to complete the application process, please email Human Resources at HRinfo@shelbycountytn.gov

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
M/F/H/V

"OPEN POSTING"
DEPUTY COURT CLERK
13-113
CHANCERY COURT CLERK
8/2/2013
8/9/2013
Works under direct supervision of a supervisor to perform court related clerical work within assigned courts.


SALARY:
$2,091.00 Monthly

EEOC CODE: 60
GRADE: 39
1. Three (3) year's experience in appropriate clerical, bookkeeping, data processing or statistical work; and
2. Graduation from an accredited high school with a diploma or possess GED.
3. (PROOF OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED)
1. Prepares docket or calendar of cases to be called in assigned courtroom.
2. Examines legal documents submitted to the court for adherence to court or law procedures.
3. Prepares court cases folders and posts, files and routes documents.
4. Explains procedures or forms to requesting parties.
5. Secures information for judges, contacts witnesses, attorneys and litigants to obtain information for court and instructs parties when to appear in court.
6. Provides information to various state and County offices as required.
7. Administers oath to witnesses, attorneys and litigants.
8. Records minutes of court proceedings and prepares same.
9. Records case dispositions, court orders and arranges for payments of court fees.
10. Enters various court information into computer; editing and deleting same as required.
11. Performs other related duties as directed.
1. Knowledge of the various legal instruments issued by the court.
2. Ability to maintain an established system of records and files.
3. Ability to work with court officials and the public.
4. Ability to use a personal computer.
5. Ability to write legibly on legal documents and court files.
6. Good communication skills and organizational skills.
7. Ability to perform accurate arithmetical computations.
140 Adams, Room #308, Memphis, Tennessee 38103