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Careers with the Court

The Human Resources Office of the Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino manages the recruitment process for new employees.

Job Announcements

Submitting an Application

Applications may be completed and submitted online, through the mail, through e-mail, or in person at the courthouse. A separate application must be submitted for each vacancy for which you’d like to apply.

To Submit an Application

Download a copy in either of two formats by clicking below:

You may also pick up a copy of our Application for Employment in Ukiah at the address listed below, or the Court Clerk's office in Fort Bragg.

Job applications and related documents must be hand-delivered or mailed to the following address:

Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino
Attn: Human Resources
100 North State Street, Room 303
Ukiah, CA 95482-4416

or emailed to:

Application Review and Candidate Evaluation

All applications are reviewed to determine which candidates are best qualified for each vacancy. Written, performance or oral examinations may be utilized by the Court to determine the best qualified candidates for a position.

Equal Opportunity and Requests for Accommodation

The Court is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity to all persons with regard to employment opportunities. If you need an accommodation to participate in the examination/interview process, please contact the Human Resources Department at least five (5) working days before a scheduled examination/interview.

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