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Courts Services Officer (AO3), Queensland Courts Services, Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Classification: AO3
Position Title: Courts Services Officer
Branch/Division: Queensland Courts Services
Status: Temporary

About the Department:
The Department contributes to a fair and just society and safe, healthy and productive workplaces.

About the Role:

To ensure the administrative processes relevant to the operations of the courts are performed efficiently, including the delivery of quality services to members of the public, judicial officers and other internal and external clients.

Key responsibilities

  • Provide administrative support to ensure the efficient and effective operation of Queensland Courts and Queensland Court Service Registries.
  • Comply with administrative systems and processes, including receipting of money, relating to the operation of the Court and Registries to ensure the delivery of quality services relevant to clients and stakeholders.
  • Prepare, process and manage correspondence, court documents and other documents of an administrative/financial nature in accordance with legislation and departmental policies and procedures in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Develop and maintain professional and collaborative relationships, and confidentially communicate with key court stakeholders including members of the judiciary, the legal profession and their staff, other government agencies, self-represented litigants and the general public regarding matter before the Queensland Courts.
  • Provide appropriate information to members of the public, jurors and other internal and external stakeholders about Court and Registry services, court rules, practices and procedures.
  • Assist in the supervision of staff by providing fair and specific performance feedback and identifying training and development opportunities to ensure the efficient operation of a work unit.
  • Perform other administrative duties as directed.
Are you the right person for the role?

The ideal applicant will demonstrate the following key attributes as they apply to the key responsibilities of the role:

  1. Demonstrated ability to deliver professional service to diverse clients.
  2. High level organisation, administration and computing skills.
  3. Ability to build positive relationships with team members and contribute the accomplishment of team goals.
  4. Ability to learn, understand and correctly apply rules, regulations and procedures.
  5. Well developed communication skills, including the ability to communicate with sensitivity, discretion and confidentiality.

* These attributes are based on the Queensland Public Service (QPS) Capability and Leadership Framework and have been tailored for this department.

Mandatory Qualifications

Conditions and Requirements: Nil

How to apply

Applicants are now being shortlisted for this role.

Bailiff/Admin Officer (AO2), Queensland Courts Services, Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Classification: AO2
Position Title: Administrative Officer
Branch/Division: Queensland Courts Services
Status: Temporary

About the Department:
The Department contributes to a fair and just society and safe, healthy and productive workplaces.

About the Role:
To ensure that administrative processes are performed efficiently, including the delivery of quality services to members of the public, judicial officers and other internal and external clients.

Key responsibilities

  • Provide information to members of the public, jurors and other internal and external stakeholders about Court and Registry services.
  • Make proclamations, open, adjourn and close courts, administer prescribed oaths or affirmations and maintain security, care and control of jurors, and perform other court-related duties as required.
  • Provide administrative support to ensure the efficient and effective operation of Queensland Courts and Queensland Court Services Registries.
  • Comply with administrative systems and processes relating to the operation of the Court and Registries to ensure the delivery of quality services to relevant clients and stakeholders.
  • Prepare, process and manage correspondence, court documents, exhibits, and documents of an administrative/financial nature in accordance with legislation and departmental policies and procedures in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Use, update and monitor relevant databases, registers and files, ensuring accuracy of data, and that systems are used in line with departmental guidelines.
  • Efficiently operate court technology and recording equipment as required.
  • Perform other administrative duties as directed.
Are you the right person for the role?

The ideal applicant will demonstrate the following key attributes as they apply to the key responsibilities of the role:

  1. Well developed interpersonal, written and oral communications skills to deal effectively with a range of stakeholders in a customer service environment.
  2. The ability to follow processes, use initiative to identify possible improvements in the work area, and work collaboratively to achieve results as a member of a team whilst accepting responsibility for a personal workload.
  3. Demonstrated ability to calmly analyse a situation, resolve simple issues and escalate complex concerns by making timely and informed decisions in a highly regulated, legislative and customer focussed work environment.
  4. Demonstrated ability in data entry and the provision of administrative support including knowledge of, or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of, the operation of computer software packages.

* These attributes are based on the Queensland Public Service (QPS) Capability and Leadership Framework and have been tailored for this department.

Mandatory Qualifications

Conditions and Requirements: Nil

How to apply

Applicants are now being shortlisted for this role.

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Team Leader (AO7), Queensland Courts Services, Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Classification: AO7
Position Title: Team Leader
Branch/Division: Queensland Courts Services
Status: Permanent

About the Department:
The Department contributes to a fair and just society and safe, healthy and productive workplaces.

About the Role:

The Team Leader provides skilled management and leadership in the operation of a Queensland Courts Service registry including achieving high level success in resource management, community engagement and service improvement. The role supports the judiciary in the delivery of justice and ensures that the appropriate efficient processes and systems are in place to deliver equitable services to all court users.

Key responsibilities

  • Service Improvement through the development and implementation of new policies, procedures and systems
  • Successful Resource Management including financial, capital and human resources
  • Advanced Performance Management delivering Queensland Court Service strategic and operational goals
  • Delivery of prescribed Legislative Obligations to ensure the equitable delivery of registry services
  • High level support to the Judiciary through constant interaction and relationship building with members of the judiciary
  • Positive Community Engagement that achieves agreed outcomes for court users, stakeholders and assists peoples from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Are you the right person for the role?

The ideal applicant will demonstrate the following key attributes as they apply to the key responsibilities of the role:

  1. Demonstrated ability to successfully implement strategies to achieve organisational and business goals.
  2. Demonstrated ability to interpret, apply and advise on complex legislation or policies.
  3. Demonstrated high level leadership and management skills in a complex service environment.
  4. Proven success in effective decision making and risk management.
  5. High level communication, consultation, facilitation and negotiation skills.

* These attributes are based on the Queensland Public Service (QPS) Capability and Leadership Framework and have been tailored for this department.

Mandatory Qualifications

Conditions and Requirements: Nil

How to apply

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