Court Registry Officer (6 months Fixed Term), Gisborne District Court
This is a great chance for you to be part of the team at the District Court in Gisborne. If varied work, a great team environment and the chance to make a positive impact on people’s lives appeals, then this is the job for you
At the Ministry of Justice we deliver people centred services to provide access to justice for all. Te tuku ratonga ā-tangata kia āhei atu ai te katoa ki te ture.
The District Court is the largest Court in New Zealand. Most New Zealanders who go to court will go through the entire justice process in the District Court. Each year, 160 Judges in 58 courthouses deal with approximately 200,000 criminal, family, youth and civil matters. Due to the volume of cases, the Court Registry Officer focus may vary from District Court to District Court. You may be work across all jurisdictions, including criminal, civil, and family or focused on one.
As a Court Registry Officer, you will work with a team responsible for the successful operation of the Court. You will liaise with multiple stakeholders including defendants, witnesses, family members, Oranga Tamariki, Lawyers, and Police Officers. You will able to communicate confidently with Judges within the courtroom and their chambers, as well as other members of the judiciary.
Your main responsibilities include:
What you will need to be successful
With pride in your work, you will strive to deliver a service to our customers with high accuracy and professionalism.
Our customers are diverse, and our workforce reflects this. This role is no different and would suit a variety of backgrounds. Whether you have an interest in the Justice system, returning to the workforce, have a passion for working with customers this is your chance to join us on our journey to deliver people centred justice services for all.
To be successful, you will need to be
Why you will love working here
Creating a continuous learning environment is important to us. As the successful applicant, you will bring your thirst for knowledge and improvement. You will have an individual training plan and be supported to carry out the role including be able to exercise Deputy Registrar Powers.
As an organisation we support our people with building their wellbeing knowledge and understanding offering a range of wellbeing tools and support.
Starting salaries are generally between $48,853 and $68,968 and are dependent on skills and experience.
The Ministry of Justice is committed to equal opportunity in all our employment policies and procedures. All staff – regardless of gender, race, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, religious or ethical beliefs have access to equal employment opportunities, in recruitment, training and career opportunities and conditions of employment.