Recruitment Number 12-109LK , Court Documents Supervisor, SR-21, O'ahu.
Summary of Duties:
Plans, directs and coordinates the activities and operations of a legal documents section; and performs other duties as required.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Specialized Experience: Five and one-half (5-½) years of responsible work experience in the preparation and/or processing of legal papers and documents used in court proceedings (at least two (2) years of the Specialized Experience must have been comparable to the Judicial Clerk II level or higher).
The experience must have given the applicant the knowledge of the nature and purpose of legal papers and documents being handled, determining whether all the required information is present in acceptable form, securing any required information to be present, and determining if any processing (correction) is necessary.
General Experience: Two (2) years of progressively responsible clerical work experience which demonstrated the ability to read, and comprehend and apply written directions.
Education Requirement: Graduation from high school. Excess experience of the type described below or work experience requiring the ability to read and comprehend and apply written directions or a high degree of verbal skills may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.
Qualification for Firearms : For certain positions, applicants must be qualified to possess firearm or ammunition in accordance with state and federal laws, e.g., no misdemeanor or felony domestic violence conviction.
- Supervisory Aptitude: Applicants for the Court Documents Supervisor class must have demonstrated supervisory aptitude. Supervisory aptitude is the demonstration of potential or aptitude for the performance of supervisory duties through successful completion of regular or special assignments which involve some supervisory responsibilities or aspects; by serving as a group or team leader; or in similar work in which opportunities for demonstrating supervisory capabilities exist; by completion of training courses in supervision accompanied by application of supervisory skills in work assignments or by favorable appraisals by a supervisor indicating the possession of supervisory potential.
Substitution of Education for General Experience:
1. Successful completion of a one-year clerical or business curriculum leading to a diploma, certificate or other comparable degree from a business or technical school, community college or other comparable institution above the high school level may be substituted for one (1) year of the General Experience .
2. Successful completion of a two-year clerical or business curriculum leading to a diploma, certificate or other comparable degree from a business or technical school, community college or other comparable institution above the high school level may be substituted for two (2) years of the General Experience .
3. Study at an accredited college or university may be substituted on the basis of one (1) academic year of study for one (1) year of General Experience up to a maximum of two (2) years.
Substitution of Education for Specialized Experience:
1. Successful completion of a Legal Stenographer or Legal Secretary curriculum from a business or technical school, community college or other comparable institution above the high school level may be substituted for one (1) year of the Specialized Experience .
2. Study at an accredited university or college in a para-legal program may be substituted for Specialized Experience on a year-for-year basis, up to a maximum of two (2) years.
3. Successful study at an accredited school of law may be substituted for Specialized Experience on a year-for-year basis, up to a maximum of three (3) years.
The following information must be submitted by mail or hand-delivered to: Hawai'i State Judiciary, Department of Human Resources, 426 Queen Street, First Floor, Honolulu, Hawai'i 96813.
Education: If you are using education as a substitute for experience, you must submit a copy of your official transcripts at the time of application. If you are selected, you will need an official transcript (not a copy) indicating the completion of the training or the awarding of the appropriate degree.
Hawaii State Judiciary - 18 months ago