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Overview

Legal Secretary I/II/III
Office of the District Attorney
Tehama County

Full Time with Benefits Package

SALARY

(A-E Steps)

Legal Secretary I 

$15.51 – $18.90 Hourly / $1,240.80 – $1,512.00 Biweekly

Legal Secretary II 

$17.13 – $20.87 Hourly / $1,370.40 – $1,669.60 Biweekly

Legal Secretary III:

$18.90 – $23.02 Hourly / $1,512.00 – $1,841.60 Biweekly

Position Closes: 1/31/22

Legal Secretary I:  Entry-level: Provides legal, clerical, and basic administrative support within an assigned County department/division. Responsibilities may differ, depending upon the department/division to which assigned.   Initially under close supervision, incumbents of this class perform routine legal, reception, office, and records management work that does not require previous specialized experience.   This class is distinguished from the Legal Secretary II in that the latter provides secretarial support for more complex programs and is more experienced.

Legal Secretary II: Experienced-level: performs a variety of specialized, complex legal, secretarial, and clerical support for an assigned County department/division, including coordinating assigned programs and projects, providing general information to the public, maintaining databases, and other support work.  This class is distinguished from the Legal Secretary III classification in that the latter provides high-level support using considerable independent judgment.

Legal Secretary III:  Advanced-level: Performs a variety of specialized, complex legal, secretarial, and clerical support for an assigned County department/division, including coordinating assigned programs and projects, providing general information to the public, maintaining databases, and other support work.   This class is distinguished from the Legal Secretary II classification in that it provides difficult legal secretarial duties, which involve considerable independent judgment and may provide direction, guidance, and assist in the evaluation of lower-level staff.   This class is distinguished from the Legal Secretary Supervisor classification in that the latter provides the most difficult legal secretarial duties, which involve considerable independent judgment and supervision to assigned lower-level staff.

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Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: High School