PROCESS SERVERS

Ryker Enterprises is currently seeking full and part-time process servers.  We are accepting resumes from potential candidates possessing the skills described below.

AGE:  At least 21 years of age.

CITIZENSHIP:  United States citizen.

EDUCATION:  High School diploma.  A 2-year degree or higher in criminal justice or industry-related fields is preferred.  Must be proficient and fluent in English, verbal and written.

PHYSICAL CONDITION:  Non-smoker.  Healthy Body Mass Index (BMI) at a “low to moderate” level based upon age and weight.  No life-threatening illnesses or debilitating injuries.  Able to perform duties effectively and efficiently.

VEHICLE:  Must have a dependable vehicle with valid driver's license, vehicle insurance and registration.

BACKGROUND CHECK:  Pass background check with fingerprint card, to include a clean criminal record and driving history.

CLASSROOM:  A minimum of 12-hours of classroom instruction.  Online training is available to meet this requirement.

EXAM:  Must pass exam with 80% passing score. 

FIREARMS:  Not applicable.

CERTIFICATION:  Individual must be certified and maintain their certification in good standing.

APPOINTED:  Individual must be appointed by an applicable court. 

CONTINUING EDUCATION:  A minimum of 5-hours of yearly continuing education. 

SKILLS: Individual must possess the following skills:

  • Excellent verbal, written and computer skills.

  • Exceptional organizational and communication skills.

  • Exhibit professionalism and superior customer service.

  • Reliable, dependable and trustworthy.

  • Strong values with a high degree of discretion and good judgment.

  • High degree of integrity and ethical standards.

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Internet and Email is required.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The responsibilities for a process server include the following:

  • Must have dependable transportation with required insurance and registration.

  • Serve papers.

  • Provide reports.

  • Serve court processes and orders, such as subpoenas and summonses.

  • Receive papers to be served from attorney, court clerk, or magistrate.

  • Use state, county, and city records, telephone directories, public utility records, to locate persons to be served and deliver document.

  • Record place and time of delivery.

  • May deliver documents between courts and attorneys and general messages.

  • Deliver summonses.

  • Track down defendants.

  • Know a defendant’s schedule.

  • Must be willing to travel, to include over state lines and overnight stays.

  • Must be flexible and willing to work weekends, holidays and nights.

    Email resume and contact information to ryker.enterprises.com