Auckland City, AucklandFull-time, PermanentAs a Court Security Officer, you will work with a tight knit team and provide safety and security for all court users.
This is a role with plenty of variety where each day can be different!This role includes : engaging and building relationships with a diverse range of people in the community, judges, lawyers and other court staffsecurity screening of court users, operating and maintaining CCTV and electronic access systemsinteracting with other agencies (i.
e. Police, Corrections) to ensure smooth day to day court operationspatrolling public areas and carrying out building security checks, responding to duress alarm activations and identifying and responding appropriately to security incidentsWhat are we looking for?
An individual who is professional, smartly presented and confidentSomeone with a good work ethic and who has excellent written and oral communication and customer service skillsYou will need to be an active negotiator and can interact, defuse and control tense situationsYou need to be alert and able to maintain a high degree of vigilance with close attention to detail to maintain a secure environment in court precinctsA good level of physical fitness is requiredTechnology plays a big part in what we do so it's important that you are comfortable using computersYou will also require a full, clean NZ drivers licence and a clean criminal historyYou must be legally entitled to work in New ZealandThis is a permanent, full time role with the possibility of some additional paid overtime.
As part of this role you will be supported with a full induction programme and ongoing training. You will be part of a friendly and hardworking team at your home court, as well as a wider team spread across New Zealand.
The expected starting salary for this role is between $43,931 - $51,683 depending on the skills and experience that you bring to the role.
The successful applicant be required to pass a pre-employment medical check, drug screen and criminal history check, and will then be required to undertake a two-
week residential legislation and control and restraint training course in Wellington.How to ApplyTo view the Position Description and apply online please visit our careers website or use the links on this page.
To apply please complete the application form, attaching your full CV and cover letter detailing your interest and suitability for the role.
Applications that do not have a cover letter include will not be considered.Key Dates : Start Date : Monday, 3 February 2020Course Dates : Monday, 10 February Friday, 28 February.
you will be given the option to travel home on the weekends if you choseApplications close on Sunday, 17 November 2019. Applications will be acknowledged once the advertisement has closed.
For tracking purposes, all applications must be submitted via our online process.For further information, contact NSOAdmin on NSOAdmin justice.
govt.nz and quote the job number.