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Court Security Officer - Queenstown

Employer:
NZ Ministry of Justice
Job Category:
Security Services
City/Town:
Region:
Otago
Job Type:
Posted Date:
07-May-2018
Closing Date:
03-Jun-2018
File Attachment:
CSO description.pdf (PDF, 181KB)


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Job Description

Court Security Officer – National Security Operations Queenstown

MOJ/1333772

• Professional security training

• Normal working hours – no shift work

• Be part of a growing industry and an expanding team

Court Security Officers (CSOs) welcome and screen people coming to the Court building.  They engage with a hugely diverse range of people in the community, and connect with and support these people through what can be a difficult time in their lives.  They respond to duress alarm activations, operate and maintain Court facility CCTV and electronic access systems and identify and respond appropriately to security incidents.

We are looking for candidates who are:

• great negotiators who can act appropriately to engage with distressed, anxious and sometimes unhappy customers to defuse and control tense situations

• excellent communicators; you will be using radio (RT), the telephone and be completing written risk and incident reports

• able to maintain a high degree of vigilance to maintain a secure environment in Court precincts

• total professionals with smart presentation and confident manner

As part of this role you will receive a full induction programme and training.  The role does not involve shift work and part-time options may be available.    The expected starting salary for a CSO is between $40,301 - $47,412 - depending on the skills and experience that you bring to the role.

Applying

To be successful in this application you must have a level of fitness which enables you to be on your feet for much of the day and able to complete the physically demanding Control and Restraint training.  You must possess a full clean NZ drivers licence and be legally entitled to work in a permanent role in NZ.   Preferred candidates will be required to pass a medical and drug check.   The successful applicant will commence employment at the Queenstown District Court Building, and will then be required to undertake a residential legislation and Control and Restraint training course at one of our main centres. Please see the Position Description document for further information/requirements.  To apply please complete the application form, attaching your full CV and a covering letter.  No applications will be considered without a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position. 

Applications close on Sunday 3 June 2018. 

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