Career Opportunities

Welcome to the Superior Court of California, County of Riverside career opportunites page.

This site will provide you with information on current employment opportunities as well as other important information regarding employment with our Court.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1547
Riverside, CA. 92502

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About the Court

Located in the heart of Southern California, Riverside County is an extraordinary place to live, work and raise a family. Vibrant and diverse, Riverside County encompasses 28 cities and over 7,300 square miles, and ranks among the nation’s fastest growing, and the state’s most populous, counties.

The Superior Court serves the 2.2 million residents of Riverside County through 15 court locations in three geographical regions – Desert, Mid-County and Western. While providing the highest level of public service and quality of justice, each employee of the Riverside County Superior Court is dedicated to making the Court function as efficiently and effectively as possible.

The Riverside County Superior Court is a rewarding place for dedicated, skilled workers who are ready to develop a challenging career and serve our progressive community. In addition to the judges and commissioners, the Court has over 1,100 skilled employees in more than 70 job classifications performing a wide range of non-judicial functions including accounting and fiscal services, office and courtroom support, computer systems support, legal research, and administrative management.

The Riverside County Superior Court recognizes employee excellence and performance by providing comprehensive and competitive benefit programs, and ensuring the Court continues to be a great place to work. We are committed to offering our employees a variety of customized benefits to meet their unique needs, and help them balance their careers and personal life.

Superior Court of California, County of Riverside Participates in the e-Verify Program

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Internship Information

The court’s Internship Program provides opportunities for current college students, emerging graduates or recent college graduates to explore careers within the Court and at the same time provide meaningful, real world, on-the-job, professional work experiences that allow the intern to apply theoretical knowledge.


An internship is defined as an unpaid, closely monitored, highly structured, strategic, well defined project related program that provides professional work experience outside of the classroom environment. An internship merges academic, personal development, and career exploration in one. Internships are typically part-time and last three to six months but can also last for several years. Although interns are typically learners/trainees, an internship will provide a balanced objective in which the court will have highly capable assistance for project related assignments while at the same time providing meaningful, professional work experiences to meet the interns learning goals and objectives. 

Application Process

To apply, go to the Court's Current Employment Opportunities.  An application does not guarantee placement.

  • Intern must pass the fingerprinting process (Live Scan).
  • Intern must submit to a drug screening.
Program Intern Guidelines

Interns must commit to a minimum of 10-15 hours per week for a minimum of 10-12 weeks.

  • Must have a 2.5 or higher overall GPA.
  • Must attend the New Internship Orientation.
  • Intern must wear identification badge issued by the court at all times while on assignment and must agree to return the badge to Human Resources at the conclusion of the assignment period or termination.
  • Must be a current college student or a recent college graduate within two years.

Parking in Downtown Riverside

Parking in downtown Riverside is limited; therefore, please allow ample time for parking.

Daily parking is available at the following parking structures: 3535 12th Street, 4090 Lemon Street, or 3964 Orange Street.  The cost for parking in a structure is currently $2 per hour or $8 per day and is open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. In addition, metered street parking is available.  Meters cost $1.50 per hour up to 4 hours.

Court employees can purchase a monthly parking pass at designated county parking structures. County parking stickers are also available for employees. These stickers will allow you to park in designated County Employee Parking lots at no cost. However, parking in these lots is on a first-come-first-served basis.

For a map of designated County Employee Parking lots in downtown Riverside, click here.

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