Pros: good work environment, great co-workers great benefit package
Cons: salary was little low compared to private sector, but benefit package helped to offset it.
I would arrive at work at 7:15 AM and log on to my computer in order to check emails on the status of two overnight computer production jobs that produce District Court orders and notices that are to be mailed out to the attorneys and parties involved in lawsuits in our 34 District Courts.
Providing this function performed as expected I would next check other emails and then voice messages for any other problems that may have occurred or requests for information.
Next would be performing my daily duties such as interacting with the coordinators who work for the judges and even the judges themselves. They may ask for various statistical information regarding their court, such as incoming and outgoing case numbers, or even more specific items such as how many jury trials they conducted.
My co-workers had one of the hardest jobs at the courthouse. Having to deal with the multitudes of attorneys and parties on a daily basis, as well as with their Judge.
To me there was no hard part of my job, except for maybe when I would have to deal with equipment failure or computer data file failure, which meant a delay in getting the users their work product on schedule.
The most enjoyable part of my job was everything running as expected and not having to deal with any issues other than the day to day operation.