Juvenile Clerk

Application Deadline: 2021-11-30
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Juvenile Clerk
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
This position serves as the Juvenile Clerk and is responsible for administration of juvenile matters pertaining to Wisconsin State Statutes Chapters 48 & 938. This position also serves as the court appointed Deputy Register in Probate.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma or equivalent, Associates degree as a legal secretary, four years legal secretarial experience, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
COMPENSATION / BENEFITS:
The 2022 wage range for this full-time (80 hours bi-weekly), non-exempt position is $19.85 per hour to $25.53 per hour (step 16). The expected starting hourly wage is $19.85 per hour to $22.69 per hour (step 6), depending upon qualifications. Trempealeau County’s compensation plan considers annual wage step increases. A comprehensive benefit package is offered to county employees including health insurance, flex spending account, dependent care reimbursement, pension plan, deferred compensation, dental, vision, short-term disability, life insurance, critical illness insurance, cancer insurance, accident insurance and paid holidays, vacation and sick leave.
Position to commence January 2022.
Interviews will be held on Monday, December 6, 2021.
Application material may be found at www.co.trempealeau.wi.us or by contacting Human Resources.
Completed application must be received (via mail, email, fax, or hand-delivered) to Human Resources by:
Deadline: Tuesday, November 30 2021
Trempealeau County Human Resource Department
36245 Main St., PO Box 67, Whitehall, WI 54773
Telephone: 715-538-2311 ext. 224
Fax: 715-538-4776
[email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employer / Affirmative Action

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Deadline Note: Trempealeau County Employment Application Required by 11/30/2021

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