POA Court Support Clerk (Bilingual – English/French) EX22-776
Posting date: June 23, 2022
Job Title: POA Court Support Clerk (Bilingual – English/French)
Number of Vacancies: One (1) Permanent Position and One (1) Limited Position
Posting number: EX22-776
Status: One (1) Permanent Position and One (1) Limited Position
Estimated Probable Duration for Limited Position: Up to Seven (7) months (May be extended)
Hours of Work: 70 hours bi-weekly
Shift Work Required: No
Range of Pay: $26.40 to $30.64 per hour
Start date: To follow selection process
Initial Reporting Location: 199 Larch Street
Eligible to Work from Home: No
Section: Clerk’s Services
Division: Legal and Clerk’s Services
Department: Corporate Services
Duties: Under the supervision of the Manager of Regulated Services/Deputy City Clerk.
- Process and balance payments for fines received at the counter or by mail as well as other sources of revenue (e.g. transcripts and photocopies).
- Provide general information and assistance to the public, and law enforcement agencies with respect to Provincial Offences (e.g. court times, dates, fines, status of charges, completion of POA forms, etc.).
- Calculate amounts payable for disbursement of witness payments according to schedule of fees and expenses.
- Assist in collection of outstanding accounts receivable; prepare daily reconciliation.
- Enter ticket and other data into Integrated Court Offences Network (ICON) System and Command Centre.
- Assist citizens with alternate payment arrangements.
- Provide clerical services to ensure parking ticket revenues are processed in a timely fashion.
- Exchange information with all those involved in the court process including judiciary, prosecutors, lawyers and agents, enforcement and government agencies, citizens.
- Receive and process legal documents (e.g. Applications, Informations, Appeals, Notices of Motions, Extension).
- Respond to written inquiries (e.g. request for copies of informations/tickets, court orders, etc.) ensuring compliance with the Municipal Freedom of Information Act requirements.
- Maintain data base of court dispositions of Part I, II (tickets) and III Informations on ICON (Integrated Court Offences Network).
- Process trial requests and schedule trials for Offence Notices and Notices of Appeal; notify defendant, enforcement agency and prosecutor of particulars of trial or appeal hearing; maintain associated records.
- Prepare various dockets (e.g. Court, Fail to Respond).
- Collect and organize files for court and prepare the courtroom for court sitting.
- Record and maintain the court record in electronic format and complete the supporting documents and records.
- Relieve as Court Clerk Monitor as directed.
- Maintain various files, manuals and procedure binders related to the Provincial Offences Act.
- Maintain an adequate level of office supplies, including POA forms, tickets and process special orders.
- Act as Commissioner for taking Affidavit for the City of Greater Sudbury.
- Co-ordinate resources required for court cases (e.g. interpreters, video and/or court monitoring equipment, etc.); co-ordinate court exhibits on a daily basis, maintaining control and security of same.
- Review and sign orders and documentation relating to proceedings, under statutory signing authority. Ensure court decisions are accurately and fully incorporated in orders, pursuant to the Justice of the Peace/Judge’s endorsement.
- Develop and maintain a thorough working knowledge of CGS’s Safety Manual and the applicable Provincial Legislation listed therein.
- Perform other related duties as required.
- Successful completion of Secondary School (Grade XII) Education.
- Over one (1) year up to and including two and one-half (2½) years of related law office or legal experience.
- Working knowledge of the Provincial Offences Act.
- Knowledge of legislation and court processes and procedures including court protocol and etiquette.
- Familiarity with procedures related to court administration.
- Satisfactory key-boarding/data entry skills (60 words per minute).
- Demonstrate and proven ability related to computer software and administrative systems in a Windows environment (e.g. file maintenance, word processing, computerized spreadsheet applications, information input and retrieval on electronic database systems, including Integrated Court Offences Network (ICON)).
- Ability to travel to area Provincial Offences courts to perform duties as courtroom clerk as required.
- Excellent use of English; verbally and in writing.
- French verbal skills and a good working knowledge of written French is required.
- Satisfactory health, attendance and former employment history.
- Physical capability to operate a vehicle safely, possession of a valid driver’s licence and have an acceptable driving record considered an asset.
How to Apply:
Résumés quoting EX22-776 are invited and will be received by the City of Greater Sudbury’s Human Resources and Organizational Development Division, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax at 705-688-3979, for the above noted position until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 4, 2022. Any application received after this deadline will not be considered.
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