Court Coordinator Jobs Vacancy in Queensland Government Wide Bay
Queensland Government Wide Bay urgently required following position for Court Coordinator. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Key responsibilities • Undertake comprehensive pre-court preparation in accordance with procedures and court quality benchmarks including conducting and assisting others to conduct the necessary pre-court interviews. • Conduct assessments of risk factors, identify early intervention opportunities, make appropriate referrals and consider written material to formulate confident court submissions. • Liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders including Magistrates, Judges, legal representatives, police, Community Justice Groups and community organisations to ensure the provision of quality court services and further quality outcomes/ actions for young people and their families/carers.• Provide post-court advice to young people, families/carers, stakeholders and relevant youth justice staff as well as comprehensively completing post-court documentation and case notes. • Maintain office systems and contribute to the development of new systems in relation to court matters to ensure the efficient management of court appearances, timely recording of outcomes and monitoring of trends and issues.• Participate as a member of the youth justice service centre management team and contribute to strategic and operational planning, reviews and key decision-making.• Provide a consultancy role for departmental staff and other key stakeholders in relation to youth justice court related matters, including mentoring and coaching relevant staff, participating in the delivery of local training initiatives and quality assuring material for court.• Undertake professional casework and restorative justice tasks and activities as required.• Actively participate in a range of continuing professional development activities to continuously improve your ability to contribute to organisational goals, including training, supervision and relevant accreditation processes
Mandatory qualifications, conditions and requirements• Possession of a tertiary degree relevant to the role such as social work, behavioural science or social science, criminology, legal studies or other recognised degree. [See Additional factors section below regarding other recognised degrees].• Applicants are required to nominate an Aboriginal person or Torres Strait Islander person who is recognised and accepted within the community as a referee to support their ability to meet the key responsibilities• Travel is a requirement of this position, therefore, it is a requirement that the applicant hold a current “C” Class Drivers licence.• Court Coordinators are required to be available to be rostered to attend Childrens Courts convened on Saturdays and public holidays.
Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.