EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Probate Court Deputy Clerk
The Wayne County Probate Court is seeking to fill an opening for Probate Court Deputy Clerk.
Proficiencies: The successful candidate must have exceptional customer service skills; preference will be given to candidates with prior probate/clerk experience or paralegal degree; computer proficiency a must; experience with electronic filing preferred but not necessary. Deputy Probate Clerk duties include, but are not limited to: responsibility for accounts on all probate court types; issuing citations for past due filings; accurate docketing; performing service of process; processing applications and issuing marriage licenses; and preparing accurate monthly and yearly reports on marriage licenses. The Clerk must also receive and process mail and in-person filings on all new and existing probate cases; set hearings; balance accounts, and post payments; and any other duties assigned by the supervisor or Judge.
Applications: Submit a resume in writing by regular U.S. Mail with cover letter on or before January 29, 2016, to the Wayne County Probate Court, 107 W. Liberty Street, Wooster, Ohio, 44691. Resumes submitted by email will not be accepted. No telephone inquiries, please. Starting pay is approximately $10.25/hour but may be slightly higher, commensurate with experience.
You must complete a Wayne County Employment Application and submit it with your resume in order to be considered for the position of Deputy Clerk.
Wayne County Employment Application (required submission with all employment opportunities) may be found here: http://www.wayneohio.org/employment-opportunities. All positions in the Juvenile and Probate Court are at-will.
THE WAYNE COUNTY PROBATE AND JUVENILE COURT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Date Posted: January 13, 2016
Date Applications must be Received: January 29, 2016
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