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Court Usher/ Paperkeeper

Summary Information for vacancy - reference 244n/04/11

Department

Ministry of Justice

Salary

£15797 - £18700 Pro-rata

Location

KT1 2AD, Kingston upon Thames (OL), Greater London, London
KT1 2BB, Kingston upon Thames (OL), Greater London, London
NW10 8SB, Greater London, London
SW28 0EY, Greater London, London

Closing Date

06 May 2011

Interviews start

Not specified

Grade

AA

Seniority

Not specified

Pay frequency

Monthly

Appointment Terms

Fixed-term contract

Working Arrangement

Full time,Part time,Job share

Travel required

No

No of vacancies

10 or more

Field of work

Administration

Brief Description

Court Usher
The Court Usher acts as an essential first point of contact for all the court users involved in hearings. There will be regular contact with the Judiciary, assisting the administrative staff with the smooth flow of court work. You will meet members of the public and their legal representatives; prepare court /hearing rooms, and complete documentation, as well as ensuring the court runs smoothly and efficiently.

Paperkeeper
The Paper Keeper is an essential role in ensuring that the Courts are able to deliver its objectives and meets its customer's needs. You will be relied upon by the Judiciary and Court Staff, ensuring that the file are managed effectively therefore enabling them to perform their varying roles and responsibilities.
 

Vacancy description

Court Usher duties may include:
1. Meet and greet court users, visitors and jurors.
2. Filling out forms.
3. Swearing in witnesses.
4. Calling people to courtrooms.
5. Answering face to face enquiries.
6. Preparing the courtroom.
7. Keeping parties informed of changes.
8. Some ad hoc administrative duties as required
(please see attachment for full job description)

Paperkeeper duties may include:
1. Assisting in the delivery of files and papers to courts as required. Taking files and documents to the other Government Departments either by public transport, taxi or on foot.
2. Answering face to face enquiries.
3. The collection, sorting and delivery of general post and files / papers, both internal and external.
4. Filling out forms and correspondence.
5. Post room duties - sorting, labelling, filling envelopes, franking post.
6. General clerical work, including use of computers.
7. Switchboard assistance.
 

Starting salaries will vary according to placement and role.

Qualifications

Candidates must possess a minimum 2 GCSE's for all Band F roles, (all at Grades A, B or C) and these must include English Language. Alternatively, candidates may possess an equivalent qualification e.g. NVQ, or have suitable experience within an administrative role.

Further information

CRB check required - Yes

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

Please download and complete the attached application pack.


180411114821_2. Application Guidance (Band E F).doc
180411114744_1. Application Form 244n.doc
180411114756_Job description and core competence profile 244.doc

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