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Court Administrative Officer Jobs
Court administrative officer jobs organise and manage the work of courts of law. Court administrative officer jobs do not make legal decisions, but make sure the business of the court runs smoothly.
Court administrative officer jobs includes setting dates and times of cases and informing those who need to attend, sending out the paperwork needed for a case, following up judgements - for instance, issuing orders and collecting fines. Court administrative officer jobs are responsible for allocating rooms and informing ushers so they can direct people to the right place, briefing legal staff on developments, answering phone queries and dealing with mail. Occasionally court administrative officer jobs may have to deal with members of the public who are angry or upset.
Court administrative officer jobs work between 37-40 hours a week. There is likely to be some opportunity for part-time court administrative officer jobs to work flexible hours. Some court administrative officer jobs work in modern buildings, where offices are light and spacious. For court administrative officer jobs in historic buildings facilities may be more cramped. The majority of the working day is spent at a desk carrying out administrative tasks.
Salaries for court administrative officer jobs start at around £12,000 to £17,500.
Court administrative officer jobs need to be well organised, good communicators, patient, tactful and polite. Court administrative officer jobs need to able to work with computers and deal with numbers, be interested in people and in court proceedings and the law.
Court administrative officer jobs work across the UK, in towns and cities where there are courts of law.
Entry requirements for court administrative officer jobs vary and in Scotland no specific subjects are required. An increasing number of successful applicants for court administrative officer jobs have A levels/H grades or equivalent qualifications. Applications from mature entrants looking to move into court administrative officer jobs are welcomed.
Efficient, experienced court administrative officer jobs are likely to gain promotion to more senior administrative positions. They can also train to become legal executives.
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Category: Company Secretary
Calling all Legal Secretaries
Stafffinders are looking for a Legal Secretary to join our client’s business within the Renfrewshire area on a temporary basis.
37.5 Hrs per week.
Other areas of responsibility
audio and copy typing
maintaining high standards of presentation and accuracy