Details for DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT I

TRIBAL COURT DEPARTMENT

Re-advertised due to shortage of applicants 

The successful applicant must possess a High School Diploma or GED.  Must be able to accurately type 50 wpm.  Must have a high level of clerical, word processing, proofreading, grammar and accounting skills as outlined in job description requirements. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and sign a court confidentiality agreement.  The applicant must have high level of customer service and working with outside agencies and the public.  All applicants must submit a completed Tribal employment application, a copy of relevant academic transcript and proof of college enrollment, a copy of a current valid driver’s license and proof of liability insurance, a proof of enrollment from a federally recognized Tribe if other than CSKT and if claiming veteran’s preference, a copy of DD214 must be submitted.  This is not a Testing Designated Position (TDP) within the definition of the CSKT Drug Testing policy.  The successful applicant, if not already employed by the Tribes must pass a pre-hire drug test and serve a mandatory six (6) months probationary period. Salary range is $13.28 to $15.34 per hour and includes benefits. To apply, contact Personnel at (406) 675-2700 Ext. 1259.  Tribal applications are also available online at csktribes.org.  Closing date will be Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. 

CSKT IS A TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE EMPLOYER

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  • Application Url
    Csktribes.org
  • Base Salary
    13
  • Education Level
    High School

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