20-020 Associate Jury Commissioner $40,538-$54,726 DOE.Open Until Filled

Gila County Government | Globe, AZ

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Posted Date 5/07/2020


·   Selects, creates and assigns jury panels for trial and grand jury; pulls lists of prospective jurors for justice courts and provides eligible jurors with juror claim forms; issues juror vouchers; processes completed requests and submits for reimbursement; maintains register of payroll records.

·   Processes jury questionnaires; enters questionnaire information into Jury Management System; notifies jurors by mail regarding temporary or permanent exemption; may follow up with individuals to get further information; generates report on individuals who did not return questionnaires to send further notices.

·   Generates and sends summons to prospective jurors for weekly trials; prepares juror bibliographical forms to be included with summons; prints juror lists; makes arrangements for refreshments to be provided for prospective jurors.

·   Processes and selects prospective jurors for State Grand Jury and maintains daily, monthly and yearly reports regarding jury trials and jury costs; prepares jury book and brochure for jurors; updates jury book as required; maintains jury related information on the Gila County website.

·   May conduct research on Arizona Revised Statutes and Rules of Court to resolve juror related issues.

·   Prepares and bills attorneys for jury fees ordered by judge; prepares civil judgments for jury costs; sends out letters and receipts monies for payment; prepares satisfactions of judgment for jury fees.

·   Coordinates copies of documentation to be sent to relevant parties involved in civil trials; provides certified copies of documentation for recording by the Recorder’s Office.

·   Coordinates with vendors regarding merging and updating of master jury list; acts as liaison with court personnel, judges, criminal justice agencies and other organizations; completes mandatory 16 hours of continuing education.

·   Performs other duties as assigned.


High School Diploma or GED with additional specialized or technical training.


Five (5) years jury/legal clerical experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.


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