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Working for the Idaho Courts combines the ideals, challenges, and rewards of public service. When you join our team, you will be provided opportunities for a career that is about believing in what you do and making a positive impact on your community—it's a career that makes you proud, a career with distinction.
The Idaho Courts have a career opportunity for a Court Reporter for Judge Michael Crabtree in the Fifth Judicial District. The Court Reporter provides verbatim reporting and transcribing of court proceedings, hearings, and conferences. The position is located in Burley, Idaho. The position is open until filled.
The Idaho Courts have a career opening for a Database Administrator to design, install, and maintain databases for the Idaho Judiciary. The position ensures the security, quality, and integrity of database resources. The position is open until filled.
Canyon County has a current job opening for a Lead Court Assistance Officer to assist self-represented litigants through the court process and systems. The Court Assistance Officer does not offer legal advice or represent litigants in court. The Court Assistance Officer first attempts to refer self-represented litigants to available legal services. The Court Assistance Officer answers general questions with regard to the court processes or procedures, legal forms, etc. Due to the nature of the job, extensive contact with the public and good communication skills are required. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Administrative District Judge and the Trial Court Administrator, or their designee. Policy guidance, training, and support are received from the Idaho Supreme Court Statewide CAO Manager. To apply, please Click Here. This position is open until August 26, 2016 no later than 3:30pm MDT.
Jerome County has a career opportunity for a Problem Solving Court Coordinator for The Fifth Judicial District located in Twin Falls. The Problem Solving Court (PSC) Coordinator coordinates the effective operation of assigned problem solving court(s) by development of relationships with stakeholders; facilitation of treatment teams; court coordination; statistical data compilation & reporting; and assists with supervision & monitoring of participants for compliance. This PSC Coordinator will be assigned the DUI and Veteran's Treatment Courts for the Fifth Judicial District. To apply, please click here. Application materials must be received by August 25, 2016 no later than 5:00pm MST.
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