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Docket Clerk

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Jun 22, 2010 9:56 am

I saw a job posting for a Docket Clerk for the US District Courts (oddly it wasn't on USA Jobs, at least I wasn't able to find it)

Description: A qualified candidate is able to enter a high volume of complex data into an automated case management system accurately, is able to adhere to stringent deadlines, demonstrates strong communication, organizational, and analytical skills, and interacts effectively with judges, attorneys, litigants, and court personnel. A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, skills in keyboarding, the routine use of automated software for word processing and data entry, experience in the legal field, and familiarity with legal terminology desirable.

I was wondering if anyone has seen something similar posted or had a job similar. I am really interested in applying. I use to work for the US Attorney's Office as an undergrad and my dad still works for the US Courts. (I still think that's how I got the clerk job with the USAOs) I also emailed him to see if he knew anything about this position but I thought I might post on here too to see if anyone had some thoughts. Thanks.



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