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Clerk I - Medical Examiner

  • Type:Full Time
  • Salary/Pay Rate:$25,497
  • Posted Date:05/13/2019

*For this position, please apply online*

(Computer Kiosks available in Personnel Office, if needed)


  • Preforms complex clerical duties, such as classifying, consolidating summarizing, sorting filing and distributing documents and information. Utilizes the computer, calculator, typewriter and other standard office equipment to record, store & retrieve information.
  • Contact with the police departments, physicians, hospitals, clinics, and other agencies to gather information concerning death investigations.
  • Contact with next of kin regarding details of the death investigations.
  • Will often go to other departments to deliver/receive documents.
  • Routinely answer questions about death investigations via telephone and/or personal contact with next of kin.
  • Provide general assistance to death investigations during the course of their investigations.
  • Responsible for statics, purchase orders/receiving, accounting, time sheet preparation, etc.
  • Performs all other related duties.  





Six months experience in clerical work (or equivalent education & experience).



High school graduate (or successfully completed GED) supplemented by courses in typing,



Must have a valid Texas driver’s license with good driving record. Working knowledge of business Working knowledge of modern office methods, procedures & equipment.  Working knowledge of County policies, procedures & operations.  Working knowledge of office filing systems.  Skill in the use & care of a typewriter and personal computer.  Ability to understand and carry out oral & written instructions.  Ability to type rapidly & accurately.  Ability to work independently & efficiently. Ability to deal effectively with the public in giving & obtaining information, referring callers & arranging appointments.  Ability to work with legal & medical professionals.  Ability to establish & maintain a satisfactory working relationship with fellow employees. Ability to read & write reports.  Ability to perform other duties as assigned.



Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position without posing a direct threat to the health & safety of themselves or others.


Johnson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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