Each year, thousands of sensitive legal case files are transferred to storage in Boulder County. They need to be alphabetized exactly, and cleared out of extraneous envelopes, receipts and duplicates in order to maximize storage space and ease of reference. A volunteer is needed to alphabetize and judiciously compile case files for archival use. This may seem a trivial task, but it is extremely important that active files be accurately archived!
Must be detail-oriented and care about accuracy. Superior ability to alphabetize a must. May carry a box of files (10-20lbs) up one flight of stairs to filing cabinets on an infrequent basis. Must be able to stand on a step stool for up to 30 minutes and reach for files.
Have use your hands and fingers in paper record filing work. Reliable work ethic. Once per week for 4-8 flexible hours, for 9 months.
Court-ordered community service is not eligible.
An application form, interview and background check are required. Please contact Mary Eldred, Volunteer Services Coordinator at CJS (Community Justice Services) firstname.lastname@example.org.
We need your keen eye, ability to alphabetize accurately, and sunny attitude to help make Boulder County justice services more efficient!
- Administrative Support
- Office Management
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Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- 4-8 hrs per week for at least 9 months
- Ability to lift < 20 lb file boxes infrequently but consistently. Walk up stairs. Stand on a stool.