How to Apply
Use the Wyoming Judicial Branch (WJB) Employment Application and return the completed form to the person and address on the Judicial Announcement.
Please use the downloadable application only since the State Employment office does not handle Judicial Employment Applications.
NOTE: Judgeship positions do not use the WJB Employment Application. Use the Expression of Interest supplied in the Application Downloads section. Please refer to the Memorandum for instructions.
All jobs are published in Portable Document Format (PDF). You must have a PDF Reader in order to read or print these files. Adobe has a program called an Adobe Reader, which you can download for free.
|Court||Job Title||Job Description||Location||Closing Date||Job Desc.|
|Wyoming Supreme Court||State Court Administrator||The Wyoming Supreme Court is seeking applications for a State Court Administrator who is a leader with excellent communication skills. The State Court Administrator serves as the liaison for the judicial branch with the legislative and executive branches as well as other public and private groups having an interest in the administration of the courts.||Cheyenne||Open until filled.|
|Wyoming Supreme Court - Center for Legal Aid||Staff Attorney / Pro Bono Coordinator||The Wyoming Center for Legal Aid (the “Center”) seeks a dynamic attorney who has vision, initiative, and a demonstrated dedication to public interest law and pro bono service to make a commitment to the Center’s mission of improving access to justice for low-income individuals. The successful candidate should demonstrate an ability to engage in outreach to and collaboration with community organizations, the legal community, and work effectively with low-income persons.||Cheyenne||Open until filled.|
|Campbell County District Court||District Court Judicial Assistant||The Campbell County District Court, Gillette, Wyoming is seeking applicants for a Judicial Assistant position. The annual gross salary range for the position is $50,000 to $59,450, depending on experience. State benefits are provided in addition to salary. Please use the Wyoming Judicial Branch Employment Application that is available on this page and follow the instructions as set out in the detailed job description.||Gillette||09/05/2014|
|Campbell County District Court||Court Reporter||The Campbell County District Court, Gillette, Wyoming is seeking applicants for a Court Reporter position. The annual gross base salary for the position is $56,025. State benefits are provided in addition to salary. Please use the Wyoming Judicial Branch Employment Application that is available on this page and follow the instructions as set out in the detailed job description.||Gillette||Open until filled.|
|3rd Judicial District||District Court Judge||Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke, who acts as Chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission, announced today that Third Judicial District Court Judge Dennis L. Sanderson will be retiring from the court, effective January 4, 2015. Judge Sanderson has served on the District Court bench since his appointment in March, 2001. The Judicial Nominating Commission will accept expressions of interest from qualified persons to fill the vacancy through September 2, 2014. Copies of the expression of interest form can be obtained from the Clerk of Court at 307-777-7316, the Chief Justice at 307-777-7557, both at 2301 Capitol Avenue, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, or on the Supreme Court’s website, http://www.courts.state.wy.us/Administration/Careers. The completed form must be received in the office of the Chief Justice no later than 5:00 p.m., on September 2, 2014. Governor Matthew H. Mead will appoint the Third Judicial District Court Judge from a list of three names submitted to him by the Judicial Nominating Commission. Serving on the Judicial Nominating Commission are Chief Justice Burke, three lawyers elected by the Wyoming State Bar: Jeremy D. Michaels of Gillette, Bruce A. Salzburg of Cheyenne, and P. Craig Silva of Casper; and three non-lawyers appointed by the Governor: Shelly Larson of Lusk, Gina Monk of Gillette, and Janine Thompson of Cheyenne. TO SERVE AS A DISTRICT COURT JUDGE, ONE MUST BE LEARNED IN THE LAW, AT LEAST TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS OF AGE, A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES, AND A RESIDENT OF WYOMING FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS.||Kemmerer||09/02/2014|