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San Diego Superior Court Employee Reviews

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Worked with children
Student Worker (Current Employee), San Diego, CASeptember 17, 2014
check children into the childrens waiting room
filed paperwork
informed management about incidents
communicated with law enforcement
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Productive and fun place to work
Intern (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJanuary 15, 2014
Pros: excellent coworkers
Cons: short breaks
Help the San Diego community with all of their legal matters and issues.
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Community service in the Court Family Law Division.
Independent Calendar Court Clerk (Former Employee), El Cajon, CANovember 29, 2013
Pros: benefits, community service
Processing Court Filings, collecting fees, pulling case files,
filing court documents into dockets.
Printing court calendar, court minutes, processing court orders after hearing.
Answering customer questions either by telephone, in person, or by
correspondence.
Co-workers are very friendly, professional.
Management was very professional.
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A well managed and employee focused organization that seeks to improve services.
Special Projects Unit (SPU) Manager (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJanuary 25, 2013
Pros: management style and encouragement of initiative.
Cons: budget woes mandated layoffs that cut the staffing fat and the muscle of the organization.
The court's management strives to provide professional legal services to all filers whether represented by an attorney or self-represented. During California's budget crisis, this task became increasingly problematic. Management concentrated on operational services and did everything possible to support the employees.
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Exhausting, poor training and inept dept. managers
Traffic Division Court Operations Clerk (Former Employee), Vista, CAJune 2, 2012
Pros: helped defendants resolve their citations.
Cons: mean, tight-fisted managers, out of date technology, poor training.
Standing room only at San Diego Superior Court Traffic Division. Management prefer to hire and advance friends and family, preferential treatment and training. Learned that those in court operations can – more... break employment and EEOC laws with no ramifications. Hardest part of the job was dealing with mean, tight-fisted department managers who should not be managing a department or hardworking employees.. Most enjoyable was helping the public with their traffic citations, traffic school and helping them save time and money on their citations, both English and Spanish speaking defendants. Helping defendants attain fairness is why I was forced out of my job by managers of most lucrative $$ income producing division. – less

San Diego Superior Court Salaries

Student Worker
$19.00 per hour