All employment opportunities within the Courts Administration Authority are filled through merit based selection processes.  Employment opportunities within the Courts Administration Authority are advertised on the CAA Website and the Jobs SA website.

Please note to be eligible to apply for vacancies within the CAA the following applies: 
  • Vacancies identified as ‘Internal – Open to SA Public Sector Employees Only’, you must be currently employed within the SA Public Sector.
  • Applicants must not have accepted a voluntary separation package or a worker’s compensation redemption from a South Australian public sector agency within the previous three (3) years.
Applications for CAA vacancies are submitted by clicking on SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION (below).  Please read the Guide for Applicants for details of the application process to maximise your chance of success.
 
 
Current Vacancies
 
​Job Title
​Closing Date
Section
Build Team Lead ​21/8/2017 Strategic Reform​
Online Services Lead 21/8/2017​ Strategic Reform​
ECMS Trainer 27/8/2017​ Strategic Reform​
ECMS ​Senior Project Officer 21/8/2017​ ​Strategic Reform
Listings Manager 27/8/2017​​ Magistrates Court​​
Data Migration Specialist​ 29/​8/2017​​ Strategic Reform​
Integration Developer 29/8/2017​​ Strategic Reform​​
Data Warehouse Developer 29/8/2017​ Strategic Reform​​
 
 
 
EXTERNAL - OPEN TO ALL APPLICANTS 

Title: Build Team Lead
Closing Date: 21/08/2017
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension
Vacancy #: 22401-2017 
Division: Strategy and Court Operations
Section: Strategic Reform
Level: ASO7 $96,459 - $104,707 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation.

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22401/2017 - Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact: 
Brett Corbin, ECMS Project Manager
Phone:  0457 532 249
Email:  brett.corbin@courts.sa.gov.au 

Brief description of the duties:
The Build Team Lead will lead a diverse team of developers and solution configuration specialists.  The role requires an experienced team leader with a strong Information Technology background, a track record of solution delivery and proven ability to introduce new concepts and practices to a team.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.

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Title: Online Services Lead
Closing Date: 21/08/2017
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension
Vacancy #: 22402-2017 
Division: Strategy and Court Operations
Section: Strategic Reform
Level: ASO8 $108,705 - $113,013 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22402/2017 - Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact: 
David Connoley, Director, Strategic Reform Unit
Phone:  (08) 8204 1064
Email:  david.connoley@courts.sa.gov.au 
 
Brief description of the duties:
The Online Services lead will provide high level specialised leadership and expert advice to inform the development of online services and dispute resolution models. The role will be responsible for the research and development of strategies critical to modernising the Authority’s services.

This is not a technical position but rather a business facing role for a professional who understands the power of digital insight and strategy to help change an organisation’s business processes and operations through digital transformation.

The CAA is seeking an individual with experience in a transformation role, ideally involving alternative models of dispute resolution, digital strategy, service delivery and operations to take the CAA on the journey from one service delivery model to another.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.

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 Title: ECMS Trainer (more than one position)
Closing Date: 27/08/2017 (PLEASE NOTE  EXTENDED CLOSING DATE)
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension
Vacancy #: 22601-2017 (also includes applications for vacancy no. 22404/2017)
                    Note: Applicants for vacancy no. 22404/2017 will be considered and need not reapply. 
Division: Strategy and Court Operations
Section: Strategic Reform
Level: ASO5 $75,430 - $84,497 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22601/2017 - Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact: 
Stevie-Lee Hancock, ECMS Training Lead
Phone:  8204 1110
Email:  stevi-lee.hancock@courts.sa.gov.au
 
Brief description of the duties:
The ECMS Trainer is a change champion for ECMS and will apply their skills and knowledge and educate staff, to assist in the successful adoption of the new Case Management System for the South Australian Courts. The role requires the ECMS Trainer to contribute to the development and implementation of a training strategy and associated training plans for the introduction of the new Case Management System. They will contribute to the development of training materials and the delivery of training to CAA staff impacted by the introduction of the new system. The role will also work with external stakeholders (Law Society, Bar Association, etc.) to ensure their members can take advantage of the new online services.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.

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Title: ECMS Senior Project Officer
Closing Date: 21/08/2017
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension
Vacancy #: 22408-2017 
Division: Strategy and Court Operations
Section: Strategic Reform
Level: ASO5 $75,430 - $81,409 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22408/2017 - Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact: 
Brett Corbin, ECMS Project Manager
Phone:  0457 532 249
Email:  brett.corbin@courts.sa.gov.au  
 
Brief description of the duties:
The ECMS Senior Project Officer is responsible for working effectively within a set framework to plan and coordinate activities which supports the successful implementation of a new Case Management System for the South Australian Courts.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.

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Title: Data Migration Specialist 
Closing Date: 29/08/2017 
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension 
Vacancy #: 22570/2017                  
Division: Strategy and Court Operations   
Section: Strategic Reform
Level: ASO6 - $87,384.00 - $92,743.00 + superannuation

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22570/2017 - Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact:
Vishwanath Gaitonde, Data Migration Lead
Ph:(08) 8204 1136, Email: vishwanath.gaitonde@courts.sa.gov.au
 
Brief description of the duties:
​The Data Migration Specialist will assist in all aspects of data migration to the new Electronic Courts Management System, including development of tools, data cleansing, mapping, extractions, transformation and data loads, ensuring that data migration activities are performed according to the data migration strategy, relevant policies, guidelines, and industry standards.
 
Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.
 
 
 


Title: Integration Developer 
Closing Date: 29/08/2017 
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension   
Vacancy #: 22569/2017                  
Division: Strategy and Court Operations   
Section: Strategic Reform 
Level: ASO6 - $87,384.00 - $92,743.00 + superannuation

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22569/2017 - Your Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact:
Brett Corbin, ECMS Project Manager
Ph: 0457 532 249, Email: brett.corbin@courts.sa.gov.au
 
Brief description of the duties:
​The Integration Developer will design, develop, document and test data integration solutions and support the integration between the new Electronic Court Management System and both internal and external systems.  The primary responsibilities include analysis, design, development and verification of new components and their integration. The Integration Developer will also participate in the configuration of complex business rules and workflows. 
 
 Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years. 
 
 
 



Title: Data Warehouse Developer 
Closing Date: 29/08/2017 
Open to: External - all applicants 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Temporary for 2 years with potential for extension 
Vacancy #: 22567/2017                  
Division: Strategy and Court Operations   
Section: Strategic Reform 
Level: ASO6 - $87,384.00 - $92,743.00 + superannuation 

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email please quote - '22567/2017 - Your Surname' and attach your application document/s.

For queries about the position contact:
Marc Marshall, Business Intelligence Lead
Ph: (08) 8204 1136, Email: marc.marshall@courts.sa.gov.au
 
Brief description of the duties:
​The Data Warehouse Developer is responsible for the design, development and testing of an enterprise data warehouse and related business intelligence dashboards and reports that align with the business needs of the ECMS project.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.

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INTERNAL - OPEN TO SA PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES ONLY

Title: Listings Manager (more than one position) 
Closing Date: 27/08/2017 
Open to: Internal - SA Public Sector Employees Only 
Hours: Full time 
Contract Type: Term (temporary for up to 12 months) 
Vacancy #: 22536/2017 
Division: Court Services 
Section: Magistrates Court 
Level: ASO4 - $67,635 - $70,762 + superannuation 

Click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE' or email caajobs@courts.sa.gov.au
In the subject line of the email  please quote - '22536/2017 - Your Surname' and attach your application document/s.
 
For queries about the position contact:
Graeme Halligan – Manager Magistrates Court
Phone: 8204 0719, Email: graeme.halligan@courts.sa.gov.au
Brief description of the duties:
​The Listings Manager is responsible for managing the operations of the listings function to agreed levels of performance at a suburban Magistrates Court registry (Christies Beach, Elizabeth or Port Adelaide). The Listings Manager will ensure the effective, efficient and timely disposition of all matters lodged at the Court through consultation with the Regional Manager Magistrate, other Magistrates, the legal profession, SA police and other user agencies.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening (National Criminal History Record Check) prior to employment and subsequently every three years.

Vacancies are located at Port Adelaide and Elizabeth Magistrates Court. Candidates to indicate which location they prefer. This recruitment process may also be used for any future vacancies which may arise throughout the year in either city or suburban Magistrates Courts.

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Other Career Opportunities within the CAA

  

The Courts Administration Authority also maintains registers of people interested in obtaining temporary employment with the CAA.  These registers are used to fill short term vacancies and opportunities for longer term contracts and ongoing positions may arise from time to time.  Please refer to the career opportunities page for further information.