Thank you for your interest in employment with Mohave County Superior Court.
The Mohave County Superior Court System prohibits discrimination in sex, age, national origin, race, color, religion, genetic information, disability, political or veteran's status. As an equal employment affirmative action employer, the Mohave County Superior Court System recognizes the responsibility to extend equal opportunity to all persons.
It is the responsibility of an applicant with a disability requiring accommodation in the selection process to contact the Superior Court Human Resources Office at (928) 718-4928 or TDD# (928) 753-0726. With prior notice to the Superior Court Human Resources Office regarding application or testing modifications, the Superior Court will make every attempt to offer reasonable accommodation for qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.
The following positions are open to the public and current employees:
|Youth Care Worker I||Probation - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Deputy Probation Officer I||Probation- As assigned in Mohave County||View|
|Juvenile Detention Officer I||Probation- Kingman, AZ||View|
|Official Court Reporter||Superior Court - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Juvenile Detention Teacher||Probation/Juvenile Detention - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Probation Clinician II||Probation- Kingman, AZ||View|
|Probation Surveillance Officer I-Probation||Probation-As assigned in Mohave County||View|
|Court Services Assistant||Clerk of Superior Court - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Deputy Probation Officer I- AZ Strip District||Probation- St. George, UT||View|
|Administrative Program Specialist - Clerk of Superior Court||Clerk of Superior Court - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Courtroom Clerk||Clerk of Superior Court - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Administrative Services Assistant - Superior Court||Superior Court - Kingman, AZ||View|
|Court Services Assistant - Bullhead City||Clerk of Superior Court - Bullhead City, AZ||View|
|Juvenile Detention Officer II||Probation- Kingman, AZ||View|
|Secretary - Probation||Probation - Kingman, AZ||View|
|CASA Program Coordinator I - Lake Havasu City||Superior Court - Lake Havasu City, AZ||View|
- How to Apply
Do you desire a position where you make a difference in people's lives and serve justice? If so, the place to find that dream job is with the Mohave County Superior Court and Probation.
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Applications are created online through our applicant tracking system, NEOGOV. After clicking on the “Apply” link, you will create a profile. This profile may be used to submit additional applications. Your application is not forwarded to Superior Court Human Resources until the “Submit” button has been pressed. Note: You cannot make changes to your application once it has been submitted.
Click here to review the Probation Application Sheet with Disqualifiers.
List your employers for the last 10 years of employment (including volunteer positions). List jobs held prior to 10 years ago if they relate to the position you are applying for. For each listing, provide complete contact information and accurate addresses of former employers. Resumes can also be submitted but are considered supplemental information only.
OPEN CONTINUOUS and OPEN UNTIL FILLED positions may be filled at any time and therefore issuance or acceptance of an application shall not be construed as incurring an obligation by the Superior Court of Mohave County. Applications will be rejected if incomplete. You may be disqualified for any false statement or for omitting information.
Applicants who fail to submit all required information will not be considered for employment. All applications are accepted on a tentative basis subject to later review of your employment history. If you do not meet the necessary requirements or your work history is not acceptable, you will not be considered for employment.
- Applicant Testing
Some positions require testing that may include a written examination, oral board interview, computer-based skills testing, performance testing, credit checks, and polygraph, psychological and honesty tests.
If you have a physical, mental or learning disability that may affect your ability to take the test for which you are applying, please contact a representative of the Superior Court Human Resources Office. Special testing accommodations may be arranged if verification of the disability is provided by a doctor, rehabilitation counselor, or other authority. You will be contacted to make specific arrangements. Under provision of Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as amended, this information is obtained only to arrange accommodations.
Testing of applicants: Certain positions require testing, including but not limited to:
Computer based skills testing through the OPAC (Office Proficiency Assessment Certification)
Oral Board Interview Performance Test Credit Checks
Polygraph, Psychological, and Honesty Tests
- What Happens Next?
Applications are screened against defined job-related criteria and the top applicants are certified to the hiring department for further consideration in the selection process in accordance with Mohave County Superior Court Judicial Merit System Rules.
Individuals selected for a position in the Superior Court system will be officially extended an offer of employment by a representative of the Superior Court Human Resources Office.
- Conditions of Employment
Prospective employees must fulfill the following requirements:
- Provide (at their own expense) documents establishing identity and employment eligibility.
- Sign a loyalty oath.
- Undergo a fingerprint check and criminal background investigation.
- Drug/alcohol screen (officers and safety sensitive positions only.)
- For positions requiring the operation of a Court/County or personal vehicle, a valid Arizona driver’s license is required, as well as a satisfactory three-year driving history record.
- Veteran Preference Points
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