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I.love doing justice at all.levels of life and I know working with the ministry of justices befits my choice of work!

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I've been told "a couple of weeks", we'll see!

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Community Service Officers who can review the individual circumstances of offenders and given recommendations to be presiding sentencing officer

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Sometimes overtime only Saturday a.m.

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I had no experience in dealing with legal work before. Having an excellent sense of humour is vital to remain in this line of work. If you can't laugh at certain things you will end up in tears. The role itself required a keen attention to detail, small cues that might help solve a dispute or resolve a problem.
You must be detailed in your research. Sometimes you may have to read notes from long before you even deal with the complaint to find the original error then working your way back.
Honesty, be transparent in all you do. Make note of everything that you do because if something happens, you have documented evidence to show why you did/did not do certain things in relation to an investigation. At the end of the day, anything you do on the system is logged and you need to be able to back yourself up.

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9-5 Monday to friday but the management will change these time as and when they please it’s been changed twice already in the last 6 months!

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There isn't one. If you can walk and breathe you'll get a job there.

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Long. Contracted for 40 hours but often work longer depending on Court sitting times.

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No idea you need no legal training to work here

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