Human Resources

Welcome to the Judicial Branch’s employment opportunity site!

The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County includes the Superior Court and the Adult and Juvenile Probation Departments.  The Judicial Branch is the nation’s fourth largest trial court and employs about 3,200 employees to serve one of the fastest-growing counties in the country.


Our mission is clear and simple; we are dedicated to providing a safe, fair and impartial forum for resolving disputes, enhancing access to our services, and providing innovative, evidenced-based practices that improve the safety of our community and ensure the public’s trust and confidence in the Judicial Branch.


In pursuit of this mission, our employees are reminded to keep our vision as part of their daily work—committing themselves to excellence and the principles inherent in the Rule of Law… every person, every day, every time.


The Judicial Branch achieves both our mission and vision through the application of our values; Fairness, Respect, Integrity, Innovation and Safety.

Join our team

We are seeking dedicated team members with a commitment to continuous improvement to join us who will embrace our mission, vision and values in our innovative and dynamic organization.

If this sounds like the team for you, explore our current employment opportunities now!

Judicial Branch Positions


Click Adult Probation Officer Recruitments if you are interested in an Adult Probation Officer position.


Judicial Merit Commission

The Judicial Merit System Commission serves as an appeals board representing the public interest in the conduct of personnel administration in Court Service for employees covered under the Judicial Merit System Resolution & Rules.



The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Judicial Branch will make reasonable accommodation(s) during the employment process.  In addition, the Judicial Branch complies with A.R.S.§23-211 et seq. and submits information on all new hires to e-Verify. Finally, the Judicial Branch complies with A.R.S.§36-601 (Smoke Free AZ Act) and prohibits smoking in all places of employment.

Jennifer Fish
Human Resources Director
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