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Prospective jurors are never contacted by email or telephone for failure to serve jury duty.

Anyone who receives an email or telephone call demanding payment or personal information is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency to file a report and the Yuba County Jury Department at 530-740-1890.

Career Opportunities

Yuba County Superior Court is an equal-opportunity employer. We only accept applications for positions that are currently open.

Human Resources Division

The Human Resources Division handles all aspects of employment including recruitment and hiring, benefit administration, and employee division assignment.

Current Openings

Position:   Closing Date: 

Employment Information

Employment Application

Employment Application (rev 1/5/2018)

Even if you submit a resume, you must also submit a Superior Court Employment Application when applying for an open position.

Employment Eligibility

Must be U.S. citizen or possess valid work permit issued by the U.S. Government.

Policy of Nondiscrimination

The Court hires without regard to age, religious preference, race, creed, national origin, gender or marital status. Existing medical and/or physical disabilities will be evaluated based upon the ability to perform the minimum requirements of the position.


Must possess and maintain a valid California driver’s license or the ability to obtain and maintain alternate modes of transportation, which meet the travel and other job-related requirements of this position.

Background Check

Successful applicants must pass a background check and a drug screening, and must be bondable.

Language Requirement

Must be able to read, write, understand and speak English at the 12th-grade level; fluency in a language other than English may be an asset.

Selection Process

All applications will be carefully reviewed and evaluated based on the job requirements. Depending upon the number of applications received, the selection process may consist of: (1) application review, (2) supplemental appraisal review, (3) skills test, (4) written examination, (5) oral interview, or (6) any combination of these. The completed application is part of the testing process. Misstatements or omissions on the application may result in loss of employment.


Court employees have a wide variety of benefits available, including health, dental, vision and life insurance; voluntary Section 457 deferred compensation retirement savings program; tuition reimbursement; education incentive; wellness incentive; and employee assistance program.

The Court offers a defined-benefit pension plan through California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS). The Court does not participate in Social Security.

Labor Agreements

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