February 8, 2013   Req. #031-13   Pos. #6610-13


Pretrial Technician
/Supervised Pretrial Release Division
Range: $11.57-$22.46 Hourly*

This is specialized clerical and technical work performing various assignments, ranging from routine to complex in the Supervised Pre-Trial Release Program (SPRP).   At Leon County, we strive to do more, and to do better, with less.  This is the basis of our People Focused; Performance Driven culture.  Leon County government offers important and meaningful personal and career opportunities.  Because we maintain a very lean staff, there are few opportunities for employment and high competition for job openings.  However, those we hire are entrusted with significant responsibilities and opportunity for growth.  Because of this, we can hire only the very best.  That means candidates who not only meet the qualifications of the job listed herein, but are driven by making a difference on the issues that matter most to our unique quality of life and committed to demonstrating results, exceeding expectations in areas of customer service and exercising responsible stewardship of our community’s resources.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  The employee in this position greets, announces, and routes clients and visitors as a regular part of receptionist/front desk functions; answers incoming calls professionally by greeting calls appropriately as established by County or internal program protocol; ensures that all clients sign-in on daily log sheets, including arrival time, purpose of visit, and name of specialist to whom they are assigned; collects payments and provides defendants with receipts for SPTR administrative fees, GPS and SCRAM monitoring fees; types correspondences, memorandums, forms, reports and documents as indicated by supervisor or director; establishes and maintains files and records of office correspondence, documents, reports and other materials; enters client test results in case management system reflecting the client’s compliance with court ordered conditions; routes all incoming and outgoing mail as needed; maintains and generates monthly statistical data; serves as PIO responsible for maintenance, updates, and distribution of information on Countywide policies, procedures, and public notices; maintains office machinery and equipment.

REQUIREMENTS: Requires a high school diploma or an equivalent and two years of related work experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Applicant must be able to answer multi-line telephone system and multi-task.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  February 15, 2013
*Initial salary above the minimum of the pay grade is based on verified related education, experience, and training above the minimum requirements.

Reasonable accommodations and assistance are available to disabled applicants under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, contact the Leon County Human Resources Division at (850) 606-2400.  Applicants are encouraged to visit our Leon County Home Page at http://www.leoncountyfl.gov.   Leon County is a member of the Florida Retirement System.  Applicants may send inquiries to our E-mail address:  boatwrightl@leoncountyfl.gov.  A completed Leon County Government application is required and should be postmarked no later than 5:00 p.m., February 15, 2013.   APPLY online, in person or by mail to:

 Leon County Human Resources Division, 315 S. Calhoun Street, Suite #502, Tallahassee, FL 32301

 Preference is given to certain veterans and spouses of veterans as provided by Chapter 295, Laws of Florida.