Administrative Officer (Bailiff)

Queensland Government - Cairns QLD

As an Administrative Officer (Bailiff) you will ensure administrative processes, including the delivery of quality services to members of the public, judicial officers and other internal and external clients, are preformed efficiently. The main role of this position will be Court Bailiff with expectation to be interchangeable. Due to the diversity of the role, the incumbent is required to be adaptable to change and be able to manage time and workloads effectively whilst working within a team and/or autonomously or without little supervision. An Administrative Officer is also required to provide administrative support within the courtroom with the Judiciary and at times to the functions of the registry.This Administrative Officer (Bailiff) role is within the Supreme and District Court Registry. The Supreme and District Court Registry and the Magistrates Court Registry work collaboratively to achieve combined outcomes and drive Queensland Courts service delivery models collectively. Administrative Officers may be required to rotate between both Registries.People who work within the court's environment can be exposed to some harrowing and distressing circumstances. Exposure to those circumstances can result in people experiencing vicarious trauma. In this role, via your day-to-day work, as Administration Officer, you may be exposed to information about offending behaviours, criminal activity and other explicit, distressing or offensive content. Court Services Queensland has a range of strategies in place to help prevent vicarious trauma and support staff who experience vicarious trauma as a result of their work. However, personal resilience and individual coping strategies are an important factor. You should consider this carefully before applying for the role.- Possession of a current Open 'C' class Queensland Drivers Licence is a mandatory requirement.- Local and intrastate travel will be required of this position. Travel may include by air, car or sea to remote communities.- The incumbent may be required to work hours outside normal work hours.- A Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations qualification is desirable. DJAG can support the successful applicant in obtaining the Justice of the Peace qualification.
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