Be part of the behind-the-scenes work done by Boulder County judicial and criminal justice staff! You will:
Explain and process legal advisements and agreements between the District Attorney's office and residents charged with misdemeanor offenses. Interaction with defendants and attorneys necessitates professionalism, compassion, accuracy and excellent customer service.
You would need to commit to volunteering the same day each week, from 8am sharp start time - 12 noon approx. (end time may be much earlier depending on the case load each day). Current openings are (1) Mondays, (2 volunteers) on Tuesday and (2 volunteers) on Thursdays. Dynamic shadowing and training will be offered. Please only apply if you can honor the minimum commitment of 9-12 months (vacations excepted).
Requirements: Must be 19, mature, a quick learner, able to accurately process paperwork and deal courteously with the public. Background check and fingerprinting required.
Work independently and accurately once trained. Reliability, punctuality, ability to work with a diverse population, excellent non-judmental customer service skills, critical thinking, ability to work on your own with minimal supervision after training.
You would be a valued and crucial asset to a very busy office ensuring the best of public service to the the courts and those charged with misdemeanors.
(Not permitted for court ordered community service hours.)
- Critical Thinking
- People Skills
- Verbal / Written Communication
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- One 8 AM shift, 3-4 hours/weekday
- Reliability, punctuality, background check, confidentiality agreement, min. 6 month commitment.