This is a full-time position at 40 hours/week, M - F, 8 AM - 4:30 PM.
To perform specialized clerical duties within the department.
Other duties may include but are not limited to:
First in rotation to answer phones and inquiries, and greets public, directing same to appropriate staff members and/or taking messages; processes inter-office mail and prepares outgoing mail, distributes incoming mail and signs for deliveries and certified mail; prepares and distributes forms, letters, petitions, orders, reports and other documents as directed; performs general clerical duties such as data entry, copying, proofreading and printing; operates and maintains typewriter, computer, fax machine and other office equipment; maintains and updates files including transfers, department logs, payroll, billing information and other departmental documents; coordinates and updates schedules and interacts with other court-related offices as needed; tracks adult/juvenile costs, fines, supervision fees and restitution payments; transfers pictures of offenders onto Face Sheets and Field Book Sheets; prepares cases for ARD Court; attend and document ARD Court with ARD Coordinator Officer; enter ARD cases into the Probation Case Management System; type conditions, prepare orders for the Court; prepare detainers at Probation officer’s request and fax to appropriate institution.
High school diploma or equivalent plus some clerical and computer training.
Experience interfacing with the public, basic clerical abilities preferred, or any acceptable combination of training and experience.
Armstrong County considers qualified applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, ancestry, service animals, familiar status, veteran status, gender, non-job related disability, or any other legally protected status.