The Association is dedicated to "Maximizing Excellence" for court officers and provides the following opportunities for each member to participate in this endeavor:
- Network with other court officers from across the state
- Serve in leadership roles within the Association as an officer, director, or committee chairperson
- Serve on state and local committees and have positive impact on issues which relate to you as a court officer
- Receive statewide and local recognition for exemplary performance
- Attend quality training programs
In Case You Missed It !
Civility, or the lack of it, in the current political climate was the focus of a town meeting at the Ohio Statehouse on March 18.
Sponsored by The Ohio Civility Consortium and the Chief Justice Thomas J. Moyer Legacy Committee of the Ohio State Bar Association, the meeting brought together elected officials, members of the public, and the media to focus on solutions.
“We are in a presidential election year. Can we do something to change the way Ohioans experience this next presidential election? Can we do something about making this discourse more civil and more focused on the substance of politics?” Moyer Legacy Committee Chair Barbara Howard said.
Former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Yvette McGee Brown was among the state and national speakers at the event.
“We can’t get to a place where the only people we talk to are people like us. We’ve got to move forward to a place where we can have discourse and have disagreement without being disagreeable,” she told the group.
In addition to the speakers, breakout sessions, and panel discussions, the event featured interactive sessions where the attendees and the public watching the live stream on the Ohio Channel were able to use their cell phones to participate in the discussion.
Many of the sessions from “Can We Talk? Moving from Discord to Dialogue” are available on the Ohio Channel’s website.
Supreme Court of Ohio Job Postings
The Supreme Court of Ohio seeks to recruit and retain talented individuals with a commitment to public service. We offer a generous compensation package which includes salaries reviewed annually for market adjustments; health, vision, dental, and life insurance; 10 percent employer contribution to the state retirement plan (OPERS); tuition reimbursement; flex time; and paid vacation, personal and sick time earned in the first month of employment.
We are located in the exquisite Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center, a restored 15 story historical building located along the Scioto River in downtown Columbus. The staff of over 250 includes legal professionals as well as those involved with administration, facilities, security, finance, public information, information technology, education, and library services.
To check the status of your online application, please log in to your account at www.careers.ohio.gov.
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Supreme Court of Ohio
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Columbus, Ohio 43215-3431
Other Court and Agency Job Postings
The Supreme Court of Ohio provides this listing of job openings as a service to the courts of Ohio and members of the public. The jobs posted are not positions offered by the Supreme Court and applicants should apply directly with the listed employer. The Supreme Court is not responsible for the employment process for the listed job postings nor does it serve as a contact on behalf of each listed employer. All questions should be referred to the listing employer. The Supreme Court does not make any representations or guarantees about the accuracy of the position descriptions posted. The Supreme Court is not aware of when a job posting has been filled. Inclusion of a job opening on this job posting page is at the discretion of the Supreme Court of Ohio. To submit an open position for consideration, please click on the link below.
To apply for all other job postings: Please submit resume information to the address provided in the employment announcement. All inquiries regarding the positions listed below should be directed to the hiring agency and NOT the Supreme Court of Ohio.
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Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress.....
Feeling emotional and nervous or having trouble sleeping and eating can all be normal reactions to stress. Engaging in healthy activities and getting the right care and support can put problems in perspective and help stressful feelings subside in a few days or weeks. Some tips for beginning to feel better are:
- Take care of yourself.
- Eat healthy, well-balanced meals
- Exercise on a regular basis
- Get plenty of sleep
- Give yourself a break if you feel stressed out
- Talk to others. Share your problems and how you are feeling and coping with a parent, friend, counselor, doctor, or pastor.
- Avoid drugs and alcohol. Drugs and alcohol may seem to help with the stress. In the long run, they create additional problems and increase the stress you are already feeling.
- Take a break. If your stress is caused by a national or local event, take breaks from listening to the news stories, which can increase your stress.
Recognize when you need more help.
If problems continue or you are thinking about suicide, talk to a psychologist, social worker, or professional counselor.