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Court Human Resources

Human Resources is a division of the Court Executive Office and handles personnel services for the Superior Court includes but not limited to:  Employer/Employee Relations, Recruitment and Selection; Job Applicants; Classification of Jobs; Employee Training; Safety Programs; Benefits; Employee Assistance and Equal Opportunity Programs.

 

Employment Opportunities with Superior Court, County of Kings

            For more information, call or leave a message at (559) 582-1010 Extension 5020.

 

How to Apply

When the Superior Court is conducting a recruitment for a particular position, applications will be available at the Human Resources Office located at 1426 South Drive, Hanford, California 93230.  Applications may be picked up on the first day the recruitment opens and must be returned by the closing date (see each job flyer). 

Applications can also be downloaded from this website. Click here to download an Official Court Employment Application and view current Employment Opportunities.

Only an original, official application from the Superior Court will be accepted.  No resumes, faxed or photocopied applications will be accepted.  Included with the application will be an information flyer which will list the title of the recruitment, the salary range, a description of the position, minimum requirements necessary and the closing date of the recruitment.

After you’ve submitted your application, it will be screened by Human Resources staff to determine if minimum qualifications have been met.  You will be notified by mail regarding the status of your application, usually within two weeks of the closing date of the recruitment. 

If you are interested in a position that is not currently open for recruitment, you may request an Interest Card which will be kept on file until the position opens for recruitment.

 

 
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