Neighborhood Justice Center, Administrative Assistant
District Attorney's Office-4th Judicial District
The Neighborhood Justice Administrative Assistant, under the direction of the Division Manager, will assist the staff in performing duties as needed to support the operation of the District Attorney's Office Neighborhood Justice Department involving multiple steps in procedures assisting with appointment confirmation for parties involved in conflict resolution, data input regarding parties involved in conflict resolution which includes; insuring paperwork is completed for parties before being turned in after a mediation, preparing files, copying, and other tasks as needed in the daily preparation for cases to be mediated.
The Neighborhood Justice Department is a vital component of the District Attorney's Office as individuals are offered the opportunity to settle differences outside of court and provide for a more cohesive community.
- Commitment to a minimum of 6 months, 2-6 hours per week
- Long term on going volunteer opportunity
- Fluent in MS Office
- Keen attention to detail
- Under strict obligation to maintain confidentiality
- Professional appearance and demeanor
- Must be 18 years of age and submit to and pass a criminal history background check
About District Attorney's Office-4th Judicial District
105 E. Vermijo Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, US
To professionally seek justice for the people of the 4th Judicial District. In pursuit of this mission, we will remember that the paractice of law is first and foremost a profession, and encourage respect for the law and our legal system through our words and actions. We will also remember our responsibilites to serve as officers of the court and protectors of individual rights. We will honor the spirit and intent, as well as the requirements, of the applicable rules or code of professional conduct for our jurisdiction, and will encourage others to do the same.
The District Attorney's Office seeks justice on behalf of the people of El Paso and Teller Counties and enforces the criminal laws of this state.