NH Judicial Branch – Court Operations Specialist
Position #23-150 Concord Probate
Position #23-178 Estates E-Filing Center
The New Hampshire Judicial Branch is accepting applications for full-time Court Operations Specialists at the Estates E-Filing Center and the 6th Circuit Probate Court in Concord, NH.
Job Description: This is general clerical work in the New Hampshire Court System. Work involves performing varied clerical functions requiring the application of independent judgment and regular application and limited interpretation of routine policies, practices, and rules. Advice and assistance will normally be provided as requested; however most functions are performed with minimum supervision. Positions in this class require the need for specialized knowledge of court processes. Greater consequence of error if work is not performed accurately.
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Salary Range: $35,588.80 - $52,124.80
Desirable Education and Experience: Graduation from high school and two years court clerical experience; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
Show position number on application and cover letter. Applications are required.
Application: E-mail application to [email protected], fax application to (603) 513-5454 or mail application to Administrative Office of the Courts, One Granite Place, Suite N400 Concord, NH 03301. Application Deadline: Open until filled. The Application is located at https://www.courts.nh.gov/sites/g/files/ehbemt471/files/documents/2021-04/nhjb-2099-dfps.pdf
Applicant must successfully pass a criminal record check.
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