Graduation from a four year college or university with course work in business, court or public administration, criminal justice, psychology, sociology, or related fields; and at least two years of experience in court calendaring and case coordination work involving familiarity with the laws, procedures and operations of the courts; Master’s degree and knowledge or experience in Dependency matters within the Juvenile Court preferred; or any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Working knowledge of laws, court rules, procedures and policies, legal documents, and legal factors pertaining to the court of assignment.
• Knowledge of the organization, operation, function, and jurisdiction of the court of assignment.
• Knowledge of the calendaring procedures in the court of assignment and of modern techniques of case management. Knowledge of personal computer software – Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel.
• Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
• Ability to communicate effectively in writing, orally and through presentations.
• Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
• Ability to make work decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, and departmental policies and procedures.
• Ability to accurately maintain a variety of complex records.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with co¬workers, the Bench and the Bar.
• Ability to express ideas concisely and clearly, orally and in writing. Ability to work effectively with the public.