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Welcome to the Placer County Superior Court Human Resources home page. We employ over 120 people in more than 45 different job classifications to perform a wide range of non-judicial functions including: accounting, office and courtroom support, computer programming and system support, legal research, family mediation services and administrative management.

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

For information on current employment opportunities you may:
View the current list of job opportunities.
View the current list of titles and salaries
View our frequently asked questions for common answers.

For general information or if you need accommodation you may:
Call 916-408-6429 Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except court holidays. or email

Refer to the Placer County Superior Court job announcements for all required application materials or special instructions.

Applications are only accepted electronically via
You can apply online by clicking on the job title you are interested in and clicking on the "Apply" link. If this is the first time you are applying using our online job application, you will need to create an account and select a Username and Password. After your account has been established, you can build an application by clicking on the "Build Job Application" link. This application can be saved and used to apply for more than one job opening.

Refer to the below step by step process on how to apply.

ADA Required


See below for additional employment information:

Oath of Office: Every Court employee, must take and sign the Oath of Office before he or she commences the duties of Court Employment.

Fingerprinting and Security Clearance: Employees are fingerprinted and must pass a criminal 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 applications, resumes, and during the examination process is subject to verification.

Drug Screening: Employees are required to pass a drug screening. Any failure to pass the drug test, may cause forfeiture to employment rights. If you test positive for drugs, you may request to take the test again. If you want a re-test, you have 5 business days to provide written notice to Human Resources once you have been notified that you failed the first test.

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