**This employment opportunity has been reopened and will remain open until filled. If you previously applied for this position posted June 21, 2021 – July 23, 2021, your application is being considered and there is no need to reapply Thurston County Superior Court reserves the right to close the recruitment at any time. To ensure consideration for this position, please submit your application as soon as possible.**
Thurston County Superior Court is currently recruiting for the position of Administrative Assistant I. The candidate in this position is responsible for providing specific administrative and technical support to Superior Court’s therapeutic programs including but not limited to DUI/ Drug Court and Family Recovery Court. At times, this employee may participate as a member of these programs and may be assigned specific responsibilities for a specific function of the program, such as weekly court calendars, graduation coordination, etc.
Essential job functions may include, but are not limited to the following:
Entering participant data in Odyssey, Access Data base and case management systems.
Preparation of calendars and court documentation, which includes:
Ensuring participants appear on weekly calendar. Or, when participants are not on the calendar, filing notice with the County Clerk's office to ensure they are added to appropriate calendars.
Reviewing weekly Court Reports submitted by treatment counselors and ensuring the program compliance is current and consistent with data on record, including but not limited to: toxicology, fees, completion of sanctions, and any other court ordered action.
Regular monitoring and reporting of client urinalysis results for all Superior Court Therapeutic Courts.
Collecting documentation from program participants to include: copies of pay-stubs, school transcripts, copies of diplomas /GED, proof of payment for legal financial obligations, child-support, and contact with law enforcement.
Communication of participant concerns to Manager or Coordinator.
Assist in the compiling of data used in reports and/or presentations to County stakeholder groups, boards, and committees.
Assist in the drafting of policy and procedure for program functions and activity.
Provide coverage of essential responsibilities for the Program Coordinator in their absence.
A High School Diploma or GED and one (1) year of college level coursework in office support, general business, or another closely related field.
Three (3) years of general office experience, with at least two (2) years in a senior level office support position which includes experience independently coordinating projects and creating complex documents and reports.
Ability to use computer equipment and related software programs is required.
A current Washington State Driver's License may be required.
Incumbent must pass a background check.
Our ideal candidate will possess the following:
Up to two (2) years of criminal justice administrative support experience.
Experience working with offender population and/or knowledge of the legal system.
Knowledge of and experience in the treatment or social services field.