Job Title: Tribal Court Clerk
Reports to: Social Services Director
General Description: Manages all requests for tribal court, including petitions,
scheduling, and maintaining files.
Processing all incoming petitions
Scheduling all court hearings and maintaining log of court activities
Assists with court proceedings, including recordings
Prepares, organizes and maintains files for all cases
Prepares all notices and delivers or certified mails to parties
Prepares documents for tribal adoptions
Prepares court orders if so directed by the justice
Provides assistance to petitioners with proper forms, codes
Responds to mail and telephone inquiries re tribal court
Maintains data base and provides information to tribal council and ONC
Demonstrate minimum of two years of successful experience working with
Willingness to complete additional training.
Ability to carry out job responsibilities as listed.
Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Intermediate level computer skills.
Willing to submit criminal background check.
Understands and follows confidentiality regulations
Status: Part time, currently twenty hours per week.
ONC is an equal opportunity employer. Within the concept of Native preference, all
applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national
origin or other non-merit factor.
Open until filled. Pick up an application at ONC office or Bethel Job Center. Call 543-
2608 for more information.