Ministry of justice is component fairness. It is essential to maintaining public institutions’ credibility, safeguarding people’s rights, and keeping people protected. Our objective at the Ministry is to provide focused on individuals justice services in order that everybody can access the system of justice. Working together with the lawyers, New Zealand Police, the Division of Corrections, Crown Law, and the Serious Fraud Office, we represent the sector’s leaders in justice. We have almost 3000 employees based throughout New Zealand, under the guidance of the Secretary for Justice and Chief Executive Andrew Kibblewhite, starting in Kaita.
- Full-time · Entry level
- 1,001-5,000 employees · Government Administration
About the job in ministry of justice
We take pride in serving our community as court security officers by providing an environment that is secure and safe in which people are able to seek justice without being afraid of violence or intimidation. Our jobs provide a wide range of challenges, diversity, and career satisfaction. Every day, we interact, help, and develop connection with many groups of people in order to maintain a secure court environment. We provide top-notch recognized training and opportunities for future diversification, challenge, and growth into Management or other Specialist roles within Justice. Comradeship is a part of the work, and occasionally you’ll need to rely on each other to help you provide the top-notch services that people demand from us when they see us in uniform.
This Will Be An Overview Of Your Role
- Get to know and develop relationships with a variety of people.
- Security screening, operate and maintain CCTV and electronic access control systems.
- Cooperating with various organisations and stakeholders, such the police, corrections, lawyers, and judicial officers, to ensure that court hearings take place safely.
- Patrol locations, perform building security assessments, act to duress alarm activations, and acknowledge reduce, and respond to threats to security, health, and safety, as well as report incidents that occur in those locations.
- Follow standard operating procedures for Covid-19 Response.
Skills And Experience
- Previous work in customer service, security, defense, or government is helpful but not required because thorough training will be provided.
- Confident with technology.
- Experience of de-escalating conflict.
- Able to take part in full contact officer safety training physically.
- The reason Have a current and flawless New Zealand driver’s licence and a spotless criminal record.
- Knowledge of Te Ao Maori, Te Reo and Tikanga is desired but not essential.
- Find, workout, and manage a diverse workforce.
- A challenging and diverse work environment.
- Fully funded health, safety, and security training and qualifications.
- Leadership opportunities and courses to grow and develop.
- Training and certifications in health, safety, and security which are fully sponsored.
Salary band for this role is: $56,729 to $78, 441,. Starting salary will be dependent on skills and experience.