Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85007 – February 5, 2018
Working for the Arizona Supreme Court is a good opportunity for anyone. Everyone is friendly and willing to help out whenever you need. Managers have an open door policy. Very few phone calls coming in. The phones is only about 5% of the job.
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 25, 2016
I worked on the case processing system. I would schedule travel arrangements for staff. I would schedule meetings for the manager. I would process payroll. I was the page keeper for the Supreme Court information technology department. I was the staff assistant for four committees, take minutes, help develop the strategic planning project.
Mundane dead end state government job with no advancement opportunities
Training Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 5, 2013
The Arizona Supreme Court as a workplace is a joke. It's a good place for people who enjoy working in the same job with no advancement (including pay) or opportunities for growth. The wages are low, there's no tuition reimbursement, and the only way to move to another job within the organization is to kiss a## with your manager. The managers have their favorites and if you're not in with them they will treat you as if you don't exist or have little value to the organization. Do yourself a favor and do NOT apply to this dead end organization.
no pay increases in over five years. very little opportunities for advancement.
Administrative Office of the Courts (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 26, 2012
A typical work day involves initiating or conducting an audit, researching statutes, conducting analysis, formulating findings and generating a report to management. The most enjoyable part of the job is when a court makes improvements as a result of the audit. The hardest part of the job is when a court does not make improvements to prevent future findings. I have gained a wealth of knowledge about researching statutes and legal opinions.