COURT SYSTEMS ANALYST/COURT CLERK I/IIMariposa Superior Court
MARIPOSA SUPERIOR COURT
COURT SYSTEMS ANALYST/COURT CLERK I/II NEEDED
COURT SYSTEMS ANALYST
Under general direction, plans, organizes, installs, maintains, and operates the Court’s computer systems and provides daily assistance in their use. Supports the technical environment for the Court, including hardware, operating system software, CMS, network operating system, telecommunications, A/V, and all standard office automation software used by the Court. Provides and/or oversees the provision of technical training to staff and users of the Court’s systems and serves as a resource to management, staff, other public agencies, hardware and software vendors and contract information services providers; performs related work as assigned.
This class is a journey-level position fully competent to independently perform the full range of systems operations support. Incumbents have primary responsibility for specific ongoing operations and support of the courts information systems. In addition, assigned responsibilities may include providing support to assigned staff and coordinating, planning, and implementing systems and software upgrades with administrative staff.
This classification is distinguished from Court executive, administrative, supervisor and clerical classifications in that incumbents are technical specialists with a specific focus on court systems.
Court Clerk I
This is the training- and entry-level position of the Court Clerk series. Under close supervision, incumbents are trained to process applicable legal forms and documents; collect, distribute, and balance fees and deposits of funds; and learn the necessary and appropriate legal terminology and procedures in support of one or more of the assigned operational functions of the Court (accounting/traffic, jury, appeals, civil, family law, probate, small claims, juvenile, and criminal). Incumbents perform a wide variety of moderately difficult clerical work requiring the ability to choose from a limited number of alternatives in solving routine problems in a training/entry-level capacity. As tasks are learned, direct supervision decreases and the incumbent is expected to perform at the top of the entry level, eventually rotating through and demonstrating proficiency in a variety of assignments within an assigned unit or court team. This class is distinguished from the next higher class of Court Clerk II in that incumbents in the latter class routinely perform clerical duties in support of one or more operational functions requiring the exercise of initiative and judgment significantly beyond that of the entry level, and may be assigned to perform courtroom duties.
Court Clerk II
This is the journey-level position of the series. Incumbents under varying levels of supervision perform a wide range of clerical and case processing duties and may be assigned to perform courtroom duties. Incumbents perform difficult clerical work in support of one or more operational functions, requiring the application of policies and procedures and the use of legal rules and codes. They may assist the public in stressful situations referring them to sources of information such as policies, procedures, rules and codes. Incumbents are assigned specific areas of responsibility and provide input to the unit or team on how their work processes can be improved to enhance efficiency, accuracy, and customer service. This class is distinguished from the next higher class of Court Clerk III in that incumbents assigned to the III level are experienced in specialized complex case processing and/or courtroom duties, and where assigned to the courtroom, are able to function independently.