$21,619.20 - $35,457.60
Location: Baldwin
The Alabama Administrative Office of Courts (AOC) is currently accepting applications from qualified individuals to fill a vacancy in the class of ADMIN SUPPORT ASST I (10196) for Baldwin County. Applications for this position will be accepted until Friday, November 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM.
Note: This is a confidential (non-merit) appointment. Confidential employees are exempt from merit system rules and regulations relating to appointment, tenure, and appeal.

This position provides responsible secretarial, clerical, administrative, and research services to the Juvenile Court.  Duties include a variety of complex clerical tasks requiring independent judgment and timely action, including the making of decisions in accordance with department policies and practices.  As employees become more proficient, they are expected to handle more technical assignments with minimal assistance and in an independent manner.    Work is performed under the supervision of the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court.



Receives, opens, reads, sorts, and distributes mail and other correspondence.

Maintains a large or complex filing system, sorts and files correspondence, reports, records and other documents by established classifications, and maintains manuals, books of procedure, and bulletins.

Greets the public and directs to proper offices; answers questions and gives non-technical information.

Operates personal computer, calculating machine, copier, typewriter, and other office machines to enter data, inquire for information, and perform complex typing duties.

Checks and analyzes complex documents and statistical information for completeness, accuracy, and proper coding according to standard procedures, and ensuring compliance with applicable rules and regulations.

Maintains personnel, time, payroll, inventory, and other operating records where technical knowledge of established policies and procedures is required.

Performs other related duties as assigned.


Knowledge of the principles of office management and ability to apply this knowledge to work problems.

Working knowledge of the operation of standard office equipment.

Working knowledge of departmental rules, regulations, procedures, and functions.

Considerable knowledge of office practices and procedures.

Considerable knowledge of business English, spelling, and arithmetic.

Ability to work independently on difficult or complex office assignments.

Ability to keep complex records, to prepare periodic reports from those records, and to compose effective correspondence.

Ability to make computations and tabulations accurately with reasonable speed.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public.

        Any combination of training and experience equivalent to:  Graduation from high school or possession of a GED equivalency, supplemented by courses in business practice and typing with a minimum of two to five years responsible experience in office work.
Qualified individuals should complete the Alabama Unified Judicial System’s Employment Application (Form PERS 22 Rev. 5/12), which can be obtained at the AOC Human Resources Office, or the web site at: (, or the local offices of the Alabama State Employment Service. Resumes may be submitted with the application, but will not be accepted as a substitute for the application form.

Forward all materials to:
Administrative Office of Courts
Attention: Human Resources Division (10196)
300 Dexter Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36104-3741

Applications must be received at the above address on or before Friday, November 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM. Applications received after that date will not be accepted. Selected applicants will be scheduled for interviews at a later date.