General Employment Information
Human Resources Office
The Pima County Juvenile Court Human Resources Office is located at 2225 E. Ajo Way. Our office is open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday, except when closed for Govenment holidays.
Pima County Juvenile Court
Human Resources Department
2225 E. Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
Job opportunities are posted for both the Juvenile and Superior Court on the Superior Court website at www.sc.pima.gov
All candidates are required to complete an online employment application which must be received by Juvenile Court Human Resources no later than the time and date posted on the job bulletin. A separate application must be submitted for each position. Applications must be completed with sufficient detail and clarity to permit comprehensive review and evaluation. Résumés and paper or facsimile copies of applications will not be accepted. Minimum requirements must be met at the time of filing. All information provided is subject to investigation and verification. The Juvenile Court reserves the right to modify the selection/examination process.Change of Information
Applicants are responsible for updating their contact information. Updates may be done online through the www.sc.pima.gov website.
Special Testing Accomodation
Applicants wishing to request special testing accommodations should call Human Resources at (520) 724-5019.
All applicants must possess the personal qualifications generally recognized as essential to become an outstanding public employee, including integrity, initiative, dependability, courtesy, good judgment and the ability to work with others.
Conflict of Interest
Employees are prohibited from engaging in outside employment and/or volunteer activities which conflict with the interest of the Juvenile Court.
In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all persons hired are required to present to the Court, at the time of appointment, original documents which show satisfactory proof of: 1) identity and 2) U.S. Citizenship or a legal right to work permanently in the United States.
Some job classifications require applicants to pass a pre-employment medical examination. All positions require employees to be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without accommodations.
All employees are fingerprinted and must pass a background check. Information obtained will be evaluated for compatibility with court employment. Any false statement or omission of material fact may cause forfeiture to employment rights. Information presented on employment application, resumes, and during the examination process is subject to verification.
Some positions require travel throughout the county. Employees selected for such positions may be required to provide their own transportation.
Equal Opportunity Employer
In accordance with state and federal requirements, the court supports a policy of non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity (EEO). Superior Court will not discriminate in any policy, practice or procedure on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or other basis protected by law.
Most positions serve a 52 week (2080 hours) probationary period.