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Whilst the post holder will be allocated to a specific office base, there may be a need for flexibility to work on an ad hoc basis at other local HMCTS offices. Working as part of a flexible team, the postholder will be expected to undertake a range of the functions and responsibilities specified. It is not intended that each post will be responsible for the full range of duties.
- Contacting relevant parties, scheduling, serving court documents, executing a range of warrants, collecting fines and fees etc, including the use of chip and pin
- Preparing meeting agenda, joining instructions, handouts etc.
- Clerking civil and family courts, tribunals and hearings, using current audio/video systems where parties attend remotely, ensuring papers and materials are available and up to date.
- Handling counter (face to face), written and telephone enquiries.
- Preparing papers and files for court, tribunals, hearings and meetings.
- Standard letters and correspondence, minutes, notes, reports, submissions etc, according to guidelines and instructions.
- To work as a team to ensure TIB (Team Information Board) meetings are relevant, timely and productive
- Creating and updating records on in-house computer system and data input.
- Assisting court users, supporting listing and rota management, checking files
- Booking, preparing and organising meeting rooms, supporting training courses and other group activities.
- To work as a team to problem solve, to assess the impact of new SOPS, to contribute to small projects
- To undertake ad hoc roles within the band such as Jury Bailiff Officer, L+D Co-ordinator, H+S roles
- 5 GCSE passes (or equivalent) grades A*-C, or NVQ Business Administration level II or Administrative experience.
- Relevant computer skills to undertake the level of work required.
Company: Ministry of Justice
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Haverfordwest, Wales, United Kingdom
Application Deadline: N/A