Court Services Supervisor I/II/III
The Superior Court of California, County of Sutter
1175 Civic Center Blvd., Yuba City, CA 95993
Court Services Supervisor I/II/III
Application Deadline: 4 p.m. on Mon., Oct. 25, 2021
Salary Range: $2227 to $3629 Bi-weekly
Four years of significant, directly-related and progressive experience in a court, court-related setting, or criminal justice agency, including some supervision and training; or three years of full-time experience as a Court Clerk in Sutter County or equivalent position with a public agency in addition to supervisory experience of some kind. Completion of core course work from an accredited college or university in court administration, public, or business administration or a closely related field may be substituted for up to two years of related experience.
• Principles and practices of leadership and supervisory management; administrative practices and policies of merit systems and personnel administration;
• Relevant California legal codes and court procedure, policies, and filing requirements; operations and procedures of the California trial courts;
• Reporting requirements and formats, record maintenance and indexing;
• Principles of court case flow, calendar management, and accounting procedures;
• Basic legal terminology; basic mathematical computations; principles of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation;
• Personal computers including word processing, database and spread sheet applications;
• Modern legal office methods, equipment and practices;
• Adult learning methodologies and techniques.
• Perform a broad range of general supervisory duties including: developing, coaching, mentoring, motivating, assisting, training, and reviewing and evaluating subordinates in the performance of their duties; maintaining performance and disciplinary standards; conducting reviews and evaluations; developing, implementing and monitoring training programs;
• Take initiative in resolving conflicts and problems through diplomacy, tact and effective communication; work cooperatively and effectively with others;
• Consistently display behaviors that reflect respect and loyalty for the Judicial Branch, superiors, colleagues, and subordinates;
• Consistently display behaviors that reflect the Court’s values, mission and goals;
• Monitor the effectiveness and results of operations through statistical and other analysis and make recommendations as appropriate;
• Analyze complex problems, evaluate alternatives, and make sound recommendations based on findings; exercise sound independent judgment within general policy guidelines; reason analytically and organize facts;
• Under general direction formulate and implement division policies, procedures, and goals;
• Prepare clear, concise, and grammatically correct reports; perform complex procedural research; read, interpret, and apply the requirements of technical or legal materials;
• Manage multiple projects while maintaining priorities and meeting deadlines;
• Carry out written and verbal instructions with minimal direction;
• Maintain confidentiality.
License or Certificate: Required to possess or obtain by appointment date a valid California operator’s license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles; proof of automobile insurance, and ability to provide transportation for fieldwork. Will be required to undergo a criminal background investigation and medical examination.