ASO2  Court Officer Temporary Support Pool (Full Time and Part Time positions)

The ASO2 Court Officer is responsible for providing an effective registry and information service by advising court users on court practice and procedures, processing incoming registry work, and handling documents lodged.

The Court Services division is seeking to establish a pool of applicants for ASO2 Court Officers across the Magistrates Court.

Suitable applicants will be registered on the pool for a period of 12 months and be utilised for various fulltime or part time temporary ASO2 Court Officer positions within the Youth Court and Magistrates Court across the various metropolitan court locations. 

Further information regarding the Magistrates Court and Youth Court can be found at the following locations:
•   Magistrates Court
•   Youth Court

To register your interest in an ASO2 Court Officer position, please complete and submit the following:
•   Application Form
•   Résumé

Your application should provide evidence that you have the capabilities required for the position. The evidence should include examples of specific times when you have demonstrated the particular capability (at work or in the community) or any of your achievements that demonstrate you have the required skills and knowledge. There is no requirement to submit a cover letter for this role.

Positions are advertised on the IWorkforSA website – select ‘Courts Administration Authority’ in the ‘Agency’ field and follow the prompts on the screen. Applicants responding to an advertised position should refer to the ‘Applicant's Kit’.
 
Applications will be held on file for a period of 12 months. Candidates may be contacted to assess suitability and availability as employment opportunities arise within the 12 month period.

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Child Related Employment Screening prior to employment and a National Police Certificate that the CAA finds satisfactory.​

For further information please contact the Coordinating Registrar, Adelaide Magistrates Court on 8204 0666 or 8204 0059.