This quasi-judicial position provides support to the South County Circuit Court Judge by conducting hearings and making recommendations on family matters referred for hearing. This position will work a flexible schedule, two days per week for a total of 16 hours.
The primary focus of this position is directed toward maintaining the Twelfth Circuit’s end user technology providing technical support to users by researching and answering questions, troubleshooting problems, and addressing courtroom technical needs.
The case manager provides case management services to Drug Court participants, establishes and maintains community partnerships, advocates for the program, and reports program data to the Court and community partners.
Responsible and professional position assisting management of daily operations of the Drug Court Program, including the Veterans Court and Opioid The Twelfth Judicial Circuit is seeking to fill the Sarasota County Drug Court Assistant Director position.
Responsible and professional work supervising the operations of the Misdemeanor Probation Department for DeSoto County. Work is performed under the general direction of the Criminal Courts Manager.
The Floater JA position performs a variety of secretarial, administrative and clerical duties for the judges and their judicial assistants in the management of the daily operations of an office or program, i.e., JACS scheduling and case management.
The Twelfth Judicial Circuit is seeking a Family Mediator to conduct family and dependency mediations in Sarasota and DeSoto Counties. Travel to other court locations may be required. The Family Mediator reports directly to the circuit’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Director.
Interview defendants and victims, review criminal histories, verify information, and write reports for the court.
Monitor and collect urine samples of treatment court clients; operate urinalysis-testing equipment; data entry.
Research and write legal memoranda, draft opinions, orders and reports; conduct legal research; review briefs and case files.
Monitor and annotate court hearings to ensure an accurate recording of proceedings. Perform playback services for the Court and provide CDs of recorded hearings to the public.
Counsel individuals who are addicted to drugs and alcohol individually and in group sessions, develop treatment plans, psychosocial assessments and reports to the court.
Stenographically record felony court proceedings, provide Realtime to judges daily, and produce transcripts on a timely basis.
As a state or county-funded court employee, you will become eligible for healthcare, retirement savings through a self-directed investment plan or a dedicated pension plan, paid time off plus 12 paid holidays each year.
Court employees become eligible for tuition programs and career advancement programs to grow or enhance leadership skills.
Court employees can expect a safe and diverse work environment with managers that want to help you succeed.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, national origin or disability. If you need an accommodation in order to participate in the application/selection process, please call (941) 861‑7811 or the Florida Relay Service, 711 or 1 (800) 955‑8771
Human Resources Manager