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Court Assistant Statewide Exam

Description: • Provide support for court operations and proceedings; • Assist the public with court procedures; • Work with case management systems; • Supervise court clerical staff as required

Salary Unknown
Type of Opportunity Full Time
Location NY
Field of Study Any
Degree Wanted High School diploma
Special Skills & Requirements Minimum Qualifications By the close of fi ling (July 5th) applicant must have: • High School diploma or equivalent and Two (2) years of clerical experience; OR • Four (4) years of clerical experience; OR • Thirty (30) college-level credits substituted for each year of work experience To be appointed to the position: • Applicant must be a US citizen and a New York State resident Filing Instructions • Apply electronically at • $30 Registration Fee is required (non-refundable) Exam Information • Exam Format: Multiple-choice • Duration: 3 Hours • Exam Locations: Statewide Exam Content • Clerical Checking: differentiate between names, numbers, letters and codes • Understanding and Interpreting Written Material: select correct words to complete sentences • Applying Facts and Information to given Situations: read informational paragraphs and apply information to a set of related questions • Court Record Keeping: integrate information from various charts and sources to answer sets of related questions • Preparing Written Material: order sentences in logical sequence; select grammatically correct sentences. • Legal Terminology: select correct defi nitions of legal terms; • Exam Date: 10/07/2017 • Admission Notices will be e-mailed to applicants on or about September 12, 2017. • In New York City, the Court Assistant 45-799 examination will be administered at St. John’s University in Queens.
Company Name New York State Unified Court System
About the Company: The New York State Unified Court System has a long-standing commitment to equal employment opportunity, the elimination of under-representation of minorities and women, and to ensuring a diverse workforce that reflects the community. Diversity contributes to the many different perspectives, approaches, talents and aspirations court employees bring to their work. Diversity considerations include nationality, ethnicity, race, gender identity or expression and many other aspects of backgrounds and identities including age, religion, geography, family status, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability and other differences. Some of our differences are unique to us as individuals; others connect us to groups of people. The strength of diversity is realized by valuing all these differences. It is the objective of the UCS to ensure an atmosphere conducive to the highest quality of work, a workplace where all people feel comfortable and productive. The UCS will not allow any behavior that creates an intimidating or offensive environment.
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