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  1. Customer Contact Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    The Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages objective is to register, protect and certify the identities and life event information of Queenslanders to ensure the stories of our people are preserved and accessible for future generations.
    As part of the Operations Branch you will contributing to create a high performing, customer focused and continually improving workplace, supporting the delivery of the Registrar-General’s strategic vision and purpose.
    AO3
  2. Principal Audit Consultant, Justice and Attorney-General Permanent Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    The Principal Audit Consultant assists the Director, Internal Audit in managing and providing authoritative, independent, confidential advice and counsel to the Director-General and senior management on the efficiency and effectiveness of Departmental operations. This position manages and performs financial, compliance, systems, performance, operational, due diligence, probity and project related audits.
    AO7
  3. Senior Advisor, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    The Domestic and Family Violence Death Review Unit (DFVDRU) is situated within the CCQ and is responsible for providing specialist advice and assistance to Coroners in their investigations of domestic and family violence (DFV) and child protection related deaths, as well as secretariat support to the DFVDRAB, and other death prevention initiatives.
    AO6
  4. Administration Officer (Talent Pool) - Coroners Court of Queensland , Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Gold Coast
    The CCQ assists the State Coroner’s statutory function to oversee and coordinate the Queensland coronial system by providing registry, administrative and legal support to seven full time Coroners and two Coronial Registrars. Administration Officers are part of a Coronial Services Team (Regional) and provide administrative support to the Coronial Services Officer and Inquest and Investigations Officer within the Southern Coroner’s registry to ensure family focused, coronial services are delivered to the bereaved in a timely and accurate manner.

    The position is responsible for communicating with, and delivering services to coroners, families, witnesses, court users and stakeholders. Please refer to the position description document below for full details.
    AO2
  5. Court Services Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    DJAG’s vision is to deliver ‘Justice for all’ through safe, fair and responsible communities. We provide integrated criminal, civil and community justice services supported by a commitment to accessibility, timeliness, responsiveness and value.

    The Queensland Magistrates Courts play a vital role in the delivery of justice services. It is in this jurisdiction that the majority of Queenslanders first come into contact with the judicial system. Magistrates Courts deal with approximately 96 per cent of all criminal cases, handling the highest volume of court cases of any Queensland Court. Most civil actions are heard in the Magistrates Court jurisdiction.
    AO3
  6. Deputy Senior Registrar, Justice and Attorney-General Permanent Flexible full-time

    • Townsville region
    The Deputy Senior Registrar provides high level management and leadership support to the Senior Registrar in the operation of the Queensland Courts Service registry, in advancing various reforms and planning for the future needs of the business unit and the broader department. This includes the developing of a highly skilled team of staff, as well as delivering quality services to judicial officers and courts’ users and partners. The Deputy Senior Registrar reports to the Senior Registrar, Townsville.
    AO5
  7. Principal Project Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    The Principal Project Officer supports the development and implementation of key policy and service delivery projects within the ODDG. The role reports to the Director, Policy and Projects and will work in close consultation with key government and non-government stakeholders.

    The role supports the effective operation of key justice services in Queensland and the development of new and innovative approaches to service delivery. The role has a strong focus on identifying opportunities for change and continuous improvement in the operation of current programs, particularly within the criminal justice system.
    AO7
  8. Case Manager, Court Link, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Full-time

    • Cairns region
    Court Link is an integrated court assessment, referral and support program which assists participants by connecting them with treatment and support services to address housing, employment, drug and alcohol, health, and other social needs. You will assess and case manage participants to address issues related to offending behaviour. The role will also coordinate and negotiate the delivery of a range of services requiring the maintenance of strong linkages with the community services support sector, and will provide information to the courts regarding the assessment, intervention and engagement of people with Court Link that may assist in bail and sentencing decisions. You will also provide information to court users and stakeholders about all programs and supports available.
    PO3
  9. Principal Human Resources Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Permanent Full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) represents the State of Queensland in criminal cases. The ODPP's significant responsibility is to prosecute criminal matters in the High Court of Australia, Court of Appeal (Qld), Supreme Court, Mental Health Court, District Court, the Childrens Courts of Queensland and the Magistrates Court (in limited locations and matters).

    N.B. Applicants are advised that the work of the ODPP may expose employees to material containing offending behaviours and criminal activity.
    AO7
  10. Senior Compliance Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Permanent Flexible full-time

    • Cairns region
    As a Senior Compliance Officer, operating primarily from the Cairns liquor office, you will be responsible for undertaking a range of regulatory activities from a compliance, licensing and client service perspective involving the Liquor Act 1992 and gaming legislation administered and enforced by the OLGR. You will be a member of a small team with an active role in ensuring that the liquor and gaming industries of Queensland continue to operate in a responsible manner and that the persons and organisations engaged in these industries are of suitable character and repute
    AO5
  11. Administrative Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    DJAG’s vision is to deliver ‘Justice for all’ through safe, fair and responsible communities. We provide integrated criminal, civil and community justice services supported by a commitment to accessibility, timeliness, responsiveness and value.

    The Queensland Magistrates Courts play a vital role in the delivery of justice services. It is in this jurisdiction that the majority of Queenslanders first come into contact with the judicial system. Magistrates Courts deal with approximately 96 per cent of all criminal cases, handling the highest volume of court cases of any Queensland Court. Most civil actions are heard in the Magistrates Court jurisdiction.
    AO2
  12. Administrative Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    The Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management (BCCM) provides a dispute resolution and an information and community education service for those living, working and investing in the community titles sector. As a guide, there are more than 50,000 schemes and 500,000 lots in Queensland’s community titles sector, comprising a wide variety of schemes and interests.

    The Commissioner’s Office provides information and dispute resolution services to those involved community titles schemes in Queensland to support the self-management of those schemes. The Commissioner’s Office resolves disputes through conciliation and, where required, adjudication.

    AO2
  13. Hearing Support - Administration Officer, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    As a Hearing Support/Administration Officer, you will be responsible for providing general administrative tasks, registering and data inputting of QCAT applications, photocopying, supporting Tribunal decision makers and parties during Tribunal hearings, and assisting with front counter and telephone enquiries from the public.

    *Continious Applicant Pool* AO2 positions at QCAT are interchangeable and you may be allocated to different teams to meet business requirements. Hearing Support Officers may be required to travel within South-East Queensland (same day return), and travel to regional Queensland venues overnight and/or up to two to five nights.
    AO2
  14. Executive Director, Justice and Attorney-General Contract Full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    Reporting directly to the Deputy Director-General, an exciting opportunity is available for a high performing Executive Director to lead the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation.
    SES3(Lw)
  15. Senior Compliance Officer, Regional Services Branch, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Full-time

    • Gold Coast
    Operating primarily from within the Southern region, you will be responsible for undertaking a range of regulatory activities from a compliance, licensing and client service perspective involving the Liquor Act 1992, Casino Control Act 1982, and gaming legislation administered and enforced by the OLGR. During the COVID-19 public health emergency you will also undertake Chief Health Officer direction compliance monitoring and enforcement activities, mainly at liquor and gaming venues. You will be a member of a small team with an active role in ensuring that the liquor and gaming industries of Queensland continue to operate in a responsible manner and that the persons and organisations engaged in these industries are of suitable character and repute.
    AO5
  16. HR Advisor, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane Inner City
    In this fixed-term temporary role as the HR Advisor (AO5), you are the first point-of-contact for day-to-day HR operational activities, and HR and employment matters for business units across the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG).
    • Fixed-term temporary for 6+ months
    • Established HR team
    • Flexible working arrangements
    AO5
  17. Senior Case Manager, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Flexible full-time

    • Brisbane - South
    The Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management (BCCM) provides a dispute resolution and an information and community education service for those living, working and investing in the community titles sector.

    BCCM uses conciliation processes to achieve collaborative solutions to community title scheme disputes. We also provide a formal path for resolution of community title scheme disputes through our adjudication processes.

    The team plays an integral role in supporting the adjudication function of the Office by assessing dispute resolution applications for compliance with legislative requirements, and providing information to parties to disputes to assist them to meet these legislative requirements so their dispute resolution applications can proceed under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (BCCM Act).
    AO5
  18. Case Manager, Court Link, Justice and Attorney-General Fixed Term Temporary Full-time

    • Cairns region
    Court Link is an integrated court assessment, referral and support program which assists participants by connecting them with treatment and support services to address housing, employment, drug and alcohol, health, and other social needs. You will assess and case manage participants to address issues related to offending behaviour. The role will also coordinate and negotiate the delivery of a range of services requiring the maintenance of strong linkages with the community services support sector, and will provide information to the courts regarding the assessment, intervention and engagement of people with Court Link that may assist in bail and sentencing decisions. You will also provide information to court users and stakeholders about all programs and supports available.
    PO3

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