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$20.21 - $25.04 Hourly
$1,616.81 - $2,003.14 Biweekly
$3,503.08 - $4,340.13 Monthly
$42,037.01 - $52,081.54 Annually
Full-time: Regular Status (benefited)
Location: 118 E. Figueroa, Santa Barbara, California
In addition to the base wage, employees in this classification receive:
-Biweekly "unit cash" allowance of $236.51.
-Biweekly Court contribution of up to $351.00 towards cost of medical premium.
-Biweekly Court contribution of $13.02 towards cost of dental premium.
-Biweekly Court contribution of approximately 29.3% of gross wages towards employee's mandatory retirement account.
Additionally, employees from current public employers (federal, state, and/or local government) may qualify for:
-Time and service credit towards vacation accural rate.
This position is located in Santa Barbara.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of clerical and administrative duties related to court hearings and courtroom proceedings.
The Judicial Assistant III is the journey and advanced journey level in the Judicial Assistant classification series. The Judicial Assistant III-Courtroom Assignment is distinguished from all other Judicial Assistants in that the primary focus of the courtroom assignment is clerical and administrative courtroom support work. The Judicial Assistant III-Courtroom Assignment is distinguished from the Judicial Assistant III-Office Assignment in that the primary focus of the office assignment is clerical and administrative legal processing support work. The Judicial Assistant III classification as a whole, both courtroom and office assigned positions, may act as a "lead-worker"; leading, training and assigning the work of subordinate and/or lesser experienced Judicial Assistants. The courtroom assigned Judicial Assistant III would typically be assigned responsibility for "peer" training of lesser experienced Judicial Assistant III-Courtroom Assignment employees as needed, while the office assigned Judicial Assistant III is typically assigned responsibility for leading, training and assigning the work of subordinate Judicial Assistants within an office based work unit, and/or may be assigned formal responsibility for overseeing, leading, training, and/or assigning a unique or specialty work load. The Judicial Assistant III-Office Assignment and Courtroom Assignment may be assigned to cover other Judicial Assistant III assignments as needed. The Judicial Assistant III classification as a whole, both courtroom and office assignments, are not included in the Judicial Assistant I/II flex series
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