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Performs a full range of technical and administrative duties in support of special court services and courtroom operations. Responsible for resolving issues related to court services, programs and processes that serve courtrooms. Completes intake processing, documents compliance, prepares documents and schedules appointments and court appearances. May be assigned focused duties (i.e. Diversion, Electronic Monitoring, etc.). Strong skill in organizing work responsibilities in a demanding and fast-paced environment, required. May be assigned duties to other departments. Associates Degree or completion of 60 semester hours toward a Bachelor Degree in criminal justice, social work, counseling, psychology, or related field, required. Two years work experience in court services, social services, paralegal or a related field, required. One (1) year prior court experience preferred, but not required. Interviewing skills and knowledge of the criminal justice system preferred, but not required. Must be LEADS certifiable. Start Salary $41,659.39. Full Salary $46,288.32.
Submit resume with cover letter describing how you meet the qualifications outlined above by 4:30 p.m., Monday, February 25, 2019 to The Court Administrator’s Office (Attn: HR-CSS), Toledo Municipal Court Judges’ Division, 2nd Floor, 555 North Erie, Toledo, OH 43604. E-mail applications not accepted. Equal Opportunity Employer. For complete job description go to
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Date Published: August 16, 2019

Ohio man pleads guilty to threatening Oklahoma sheriff, local FBI agent

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Date Published: August 15, 2019

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Date Published: August 15, 2019

18 Ohio state parks to hold duck blind lotteries

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Date Published: August 14, 2019

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Date Published: August 13, 2019

Law limits time to file breach-of-contract lawsuits for faulty construction

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Date Published: August 13, 2019

OCC’s Ramadevi Kannan receives 2019 ABBSP Teaching Excellence Award

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Date Published: August 13, 2019

OSU study finds parents who smoke pot are more controlling

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Date Published: August 13, 2019