NATURE OF WORK:
Under supervision of the Chief of Staff and Legal Coordinator performs basic legal secretarial
functions and typical receptionist duties for the County Attorney’s Office.
Process and maintain records and files of felony, misdemeanor, criminal and civil traffic cases;
compose letters and routine court pleadings for lawyers; file correspondence, memoranda and
other legal documents; provides disclosure information to defense attorneys; prepare victim
notifications and maintain victim statistics; enter cases and process documents in the case
management software; obtain victim info, reports, etc. from law enforcement agencies; file
documents with various courts; schedule interviews; answer phone calls and deal professionally
and competently with the public; perform mail runs, and other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Working knowledge of office practices, procedures and equipment; good grasp of business
english, spelling, punctuation, and grammar; ability to understand various processes, basic legal
terminology, Disclosure Rules and Laws, and Victims’ Rights Rules and Laws, the adult and
juvenile court system in Arizona; skilled in the use of a computer and current office software;
basic ability to accurately perform data entry into a case management system.
A High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate; and some office experience; must be able to sit at
a desk and perform normal secretarial duties for a minimum of eight (8) hours a day; must be
able to type and perform data entry for up to eight (8) hours a day; must be able to lift a twenty-
five pound (25 lb) file box (Bankers Box) to a height of five (5) feet.