$48,760.80 - $74,047.20
Location: AOC
The Alabama Sentencing Commission is currently accepting applications from qualified individuals to fill a vacancy in the class of EXECUTIVE ASST IV (99040) for AOC. Applications for this position will be accepted until Friday, December 3, 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 is administrative and highly responsible secretarial work.

Employees in this class perform administrative and complex clerical duties requiring considerable initiative, discretion, and judgment in making decisions in a variety of areas for an agency head. Work involves decision-making responsibilities concerning administrative and secretarial areas which require administrative or technical matter knowledge, experience, and skill in order to perform day-to-day work functions. Work includes critical and sensitive public contacts and effective public relations. Supervision may be exercised over subordinate office staff members.  Employees act with authority on administrative functions and receive policy guidance only from the agency head.

(Anyone position may not include all of the duties listed nor do the examples cover all of the duties which may be performed.)



        Any combination of education and experience equivalent to:  Graduation from an accredited four-year Institution with concentrated course work in Business or Management; OR six or more years’ progressive experience in conducting clerical or secretarial duties in an office setting.

             Experience working in the Unified Judicial System and familiarity with the State Judicial Information System is preferred 

             Valid State of Alabama driver’s license.

Policy on Accepting College Coursework, Post-Secondary and Advanced Degrees


1.     Specific college coursework required for a job, as well as, Bachelor’s, graduate, post graduate, and doctoral degrees will be accepted from the schools accredited by any of the six regional           

        accreditation associations in the United States listed below:



2.    Coursework or degrees from schools that have not been accredited by one of the above listed regional accreditation associations may be accepted if a regionally accredited school considers the 

     coursework or degree to be an acceptable prerequisite for admission to an advance degree program.  For example, if a regionally accredited school accepts an applicant’s bachelor’s degree for   admittance into a graduate degree program, the Administrative Office of Courts’(AOC) Human Resources Division will accept the college coursework if a regional accredited school accepts the     coursework towards a post-secondary degree (e. g., a bachelor’s degree).  This must be documented by a letter of acceptance from the regionally accredited school.  The AOC Human       Resources Division will review such requests on a case-by-case basis.


 Note:  This policy is subject to change.  Other state agencies, and/or branches of government may have additional requirements.

       *The term “regionally accredited school” refers to an institution of higher education accredited by one of the above listed accreditation associations.
All applicants should apply by sending a cover letter and resume to the following address:

Forward all materials to:
Administrative Office of Courts
Attention: Human Resources Division (99040)
300 Dexter Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36104-3741

Submissions must be post marked on or before Friday, December 3, 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.