Up to £10.57 per hour
9 days ago
Position: Full-Time Temporary Admin Officer - St Helens County Court
Contract: Temporary, until end of December 2023
Working Hours: Monday to Friday, Office Hours (37 hours per week)
Hourly Rate: £10.57
Our client HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) is an agency of the Ministry of Justice. HMCTS provides administrative support for the legal system across England and Wales, ensuring justice works for everyone.
Our justice system defends our fundamental rights and freedoms. It is a cornerstone of our modern society and it must serve all those who call on it, when they call on it. From some of the most vulnerable people in our society, to families in crisis, claimants and commercial businesses - HMCTS has a responsibility to administer a justice system that is accessible to everyone and operates efficiently.
We are currently seeking an Admin Officer for St Helens County Court. In this role, you will be responsible for Data input, typing, post incoming and outgoing, filing, general office duties issuing court process and processing applications/orders/lodging documents, dealing with fees, and listing cases.
Excel and word skills are preferable but as the Court has its own software systems it is not essential. Meeting and greeting members of the public and liaising with parties and Judiciary, and handling various administrative tasks as required.
" Minimum qualifications: Five GCSEs at Grade C or above (including English Language or equivalent), NVQ Business Administration Level 2, or relevant clerical experience.
" Strong administrative skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office.
" Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
To apply for this position, please complete our online registration form by clicking the following link: https://registrations.brookstreet .co.uk/public-sector-registration.aspx
Important: Successful candidates will be subject to a thorough background and clearance check, including Criminal Record Checks (DBS Checks), Reference Checks (Employment, Education, and any gaps) covering the past three years, as well as Address checks for the past five years. This process may also include obtaining character references and/or other evidence to cover periods of unemployment.
At Brook Street, we believe that by harnessing diversity of thought and experience across our company, exceptional things happen. We continually strive for a highly diverse workforce and an inclusive culture where everyone feels valued, listened to and able to discover their personal best.
Brook Street is a Disability Confident Leader, and we have also hold Gold Award status from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.
Our supply of Contingent Workers to the Public Sector Resourcing Framework (PSR) has driven us to take further steps in supporting candidates with disabilities or veterans. Through our Guaranteed Interview Scheme, we offer candidates with disabilities and veteran who meet the stipulated criteria for the role, a guaranteed interview with a PSR Sourcer.
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