Investigative Technician I
Two (2) current vacancies with the District Attorneys
Investigation Division. This recruitment will establish an
employment list to fill the current and future vacancies throughout
the County. The anticipated life of the list is six months.
Typical Duties Review witness lists to determine date, time, and
location of court appearances; create subpoenas, form letters, and
other documents and distribute them to appropriate personnel;
maintain controls on subpoena mailings; set up and maintain file
folders for each case; record all information relating to
witnesses; obtain information from witnesses by telephone;
communicate with attorneys and court personnel on witness
appearances and case dispositions; may arrange travel and overnight
accommodations for witnesses.
Employment Standards Education: Equivalent to completion of the
twelfth (12) grade.
Experience: One (1) year of clerical experience preferably
related to operations in a legal office.
Knowledge of: Operation of computer sufficient to enter and
obtain information. Modern office methods and procedures, math
sufficient to compute mileage, and correct English usage, spelling
Skill/Ability to: Keep a variety of records involving
alphabetical and numerical filings; give concise instructions and
courteously provide information to a wide variety of people; give
and receive verbal and written information from reluctant and
hostile witnesses; use a computer.
DESIRABLE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Knowledge of: Legal terms and procedures used in writing
declarations and other court documents and community resources to
aid in locating witness.
Additional Information Conditions of Employment Candidates
selected will be required to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol
screening. Additionally, a background investigation may also be
conducted, which may include a re-investigation every 10 years for
some positions. An Employment Eligibility Verification using
E-Verify may be required on the first day of employment for some
positions. Some job classes may also require a physical exam.