Court Victim Advisor | Northland
|Position Type:||Permanent Full Time|
|Attachments:|| CVA Self Assessment.docx (Word, 31KB)
CVA Position Description.pdf (PDF, 177KB)
|Application Close Date:||11-Jun-2023|
Court Victim Advisor - Whangarei District Court (Permanent, Full Time)
Te whiwhinga mahi/The Opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity for a proactive and adaptable person who has the necessary specialist knowledge, skills and experience to make a major contribution to assisting victims of crime through the court process.
This position sits within the Northern team of Court Victim Advisors and will be based at the Whangarei District Court. You'll make an enormous difference to the victims through what you do. You will keep victims updated on the progress of their case and help them participate effectively in the Criminal Justice System.
The role requires you to demonstrate:
- Resilience when it comes to working with people
- A calm nature and an ability to relate to people
- Ability to enjoy the challenges of working with stakeholders and assisting people who have been affected by crime
He pūkenga tou/Skills and Experience
To be successful in this role, you will:
- Be a confident communicator with sound judgment
- Have strong abilities in creating and maintaining effective relationships
- Possess cultural awareness and competencies to enable you to work with all victims and their whanau who are from diverse backgrounds
- Have a relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience in the sector
No one will meet every single desired qualification. If your experience looks a little different from what we have outlined and believe you can bring value to the role, we'd love to hear from you!
Ko wai mātou/Who we are
At Te Tāhū o te Ture - the Ministry of Justice, we're committed to working together for a fair and safe Aotearoa.
We are a friendly, exciting, and diverse group, and we are all great communicators and relationship builders. We encourage and inspire our teams through energy, enthusiasm, integrity, and a consistent focus on what is important – making the ministry a great place to be.
As an organisation we support our people with building their wellbeing knowledge and understanding offering a range of wellbeing tools and support, as well as job security for our staff.
Joining Te Tāhū o te Ture means you will become part of an organisation that welcomes and supports people of all gender identities, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, disabilities and religions.
He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu/Why you will enjoy working here
- Workplace flexibility
- Contributions to prescriptions for glasses
- Access to a range of internal training courses to grow both technical and soft skills, including Te Ao Māori
- Access to a variety of inclusive and proactive networks, including Pacifica, Māori, Rainbow and Women's.
- Free and confidential counselling sessions
- Transfer of Public Sector long service leave
- Discounted rates for gym membership, dental services and health insurance
- Subscription to NZ news outlets and access to international research databases, eJournals and e-resources.
Salary Range: The current appointing salary for this role will be $66,518 and $93,908 based on skills and experience. From 1 June 2023, the salary for this role will be $70,518 and $97,808.
Tono mai/How to Apply
To apply, click the Apply button below to be directed to our Careers Website. You can view a detailed position description here, as well as complete an online application form by attaching your CV and cover letter. The self-assessment form (attached) must be completed and submitted with your application.
Applications close on Sunday 11 June, however we will be reviewing CV's as they come in and may invite successful candidates to interview before the close date.
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