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Probation officer, Auckland

Department of Corrections
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Job Description

Role: Probation officer

Location:  Auckland, Waitemata or Manukau Vacancy Number:  FACNR7316

  • A career you can be proud of
  • Northern Region

Start a meaningful career with Corrections today and join us in making our communities safer. Our people come from all walks of life bringing with them the flexibility, skill, agility and potential to perform across all of our frontline roles. It is more challenging, more interesting and more rewarding than you can imagine.

Staff in all Frontline roles actively engage with offenders to make positive changes in their lives, reduce re-offending, help make our communities safer and have the following attributes:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • A commitment to making a difference in people's lives
  • A high level of personal integrity and resilience
  • A good level of computer literacy
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • A full, clean NZ Driver licence

Do you think you have what it takes? If so, we are looking for expressions of interest for the following Frontline roles:

  • Probation Officers

Please advise your preferred location in your application; Auckland, Waitemata or Manukau.

Please note that the application process includes self assessment questions, which form part of the application form.

If your application is successful, you will be asked to attend a Frontline Assessment Centre in Auckland during December or January 2017.

If you are interested in working in a proactive team environment, with a variety of opportunities to develop your skills and progress your career apply online now.

For more information about our frontline roles and what it takes to be a successful member of The Department of Corrections head to our website to find out more.

Applications close  Friday 30th December 2016.

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