Domestic Relations/Family Court Trainer
| St. Louis County Circuit Court
|March 01, 2024
Principal Court Clerk
Starting Salary: $36,555.77
A position with the Missouri Judiciary provides you the opportunity to work with a variety of exceptional, hardworking people and to gain a valuable and rewarding career. It takes many types of talent to advance the mission of the Missouri Judiciary and to keep operations running smoothly. Our positions offer competitive benefit programs, growth opportunities and the ability to work with people in your community.
We are recruiting to fill a Principal Court Clerk position which is highly responsible advanced work using an electronic filing system in a court within the Missouri State Court System. Work involves responsibility for court case processing which requires the application of independent judgment and the application of statutes, policies and regulations with minimal supervision. Work requires frequent interaction with the public providing exceptional customer service. Work may also involve financial record keeping within an automated case management system, providing direct clerical support for a circuit judge or associate circuit judge providing a full range of responsibilities within the division's jurisdiction. Work may also involve exercising direct supervision over subordinate court personnel. Position may assume the responsibility for the office during the absence of the circuit clerk.
Other key responsibilities include: (The following duties are representative of this position, not comprehensive.)
Desired skills and knowledge: (This job description does not include specific physical requirements necessary to perform the job, such as, carrying, standing and lifting. Such requirements vary from position to position and may be determined by the appointing authority)
Minimum qualifications: (Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted on a year for year basis provided a high school diploma or GED has been obtained):
Associate's Degree in a related field or at least 60 semester hours from an institution of higher learning and three years of varied administrative experience performing a wide range of technical office duties, one year of which in a supervisory capacity.
EMPLOYEES MAY BE EXPOSED TO: Evidence and testimony that may be disturbing, such as photographs of violent scenes and victims and or sexually explicit material; evidence that may include syringes, drugs, weapons and blood; the public who may potentially be verbally or physically abusive, allergens, such as perfumes and dust; and unpleasant odors, such as unwashed clothing or chemicals offered into evidence.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and have a strong commitment to diversity in all its forms. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of qualified people who will assist us in demonstrating our essential values of excellence, integrity, justice, stewardship, teamwork and partnership.