Hourly Salary: $16.46
Where to Apply
Mail a cover letter and resume to:
- Becky Gifford
W554 King County Courthouse
516 Third Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98104-2362
Who May Apply
Undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Students must make at least a six-month commitment.
Forms and Materials
A resume and letter of interest detailing your background and describing how you meet or exceed the qualifications. Your letter should also indicate any location preferences and/or restrictions.
12 hours per week during academic year. Students may work full-time during the summer providing they are enrolled in school the following Fall quarter.
Primary Job Functions
Job functions may vary depending on position assigned. Open, date, stamp, sort and distribute incoming mail and process outgoing mail. Inventory, order, collect and distribute supplies and/or equipment. Photocopy various legal documents and ensure proper distribution of documents. Establish and maintain files, records and other informational sources on a daily basis. Process forms, records or documents.
Knowledge of general office principals and practices is helpful; Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment, such as multi-line telephone, fax, computer and photocopier. Skill in filing alphabetically, numerically and chronologically. Skill in working independently and as a member of a team.
Necessary Special Requirements
Must pass criminal history check. Some positions require lifting, or moving of boxes weighing up to 25 pounds.
Persons with disabilities may request special accommodations from the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office in order to participate in a selection process or to perform work once hired. Requests for accommodations should be made as soon as possible. This may be done by a written letter or an appropriate alternative format to our offices, or phone 206-477-1204.