The Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline is looking for an experienced administrative assistant. The Commission’s proceedings are confidential, as provided in Rule 6.5 of the Colorado Rules of Judicial Discipline. The employee must be able to deal competently with confidential information. Minimum requirements are a bachelor’s degree, two years related experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office, the ability to work independently and communicate effectively with members of the public, the commission and the executive director. General familiarity with the courts is essential. The position will also support the Director of the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program quarter time. Starting salary is $50,000. State benefits, including Eco Pass, 10 paid holidays a year, and state benefits. Resumes to Nadine Cignoni, Office Administrator, Colorado Supreme Court, Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, 1300 Broadway, Suite 500, Denver, CO 80203, by 05/07/13.