Court and Administration Officer
Codiac Regional RCMP
Job # P963
CLOSING DATE: NOON - OCTOBER 25, 2021
Under the general supervision of the Court and Records Manager, the incumbent will be responsible in conducting day-to-day duties related to the submission of files and appropriate charges and disclosure to the Courts, as well as the management of existing Court files currently before the Courts.
· An RCMP Depot Certificate or Diploma from other 2-year Government issued policing program and more than five (5) years of experience working in law enforcement.
· Additional post-secondary education is considered an asset.
· The incumbent must be adept with the current external and RCMP reporting programs which are in use such as PROS, CPIC, JIS and GroupWise. The ability to research and record information with the use of these programs is essential to the proper recording and documenting of the daily court procedures.
· Fluently bilingual in both official languages.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
· A willingness and ability to upgrade skills when required.
· Well-developed organizational skills.
· The ability to be tactful, exercise diplomacy and conduct negotiations with the public in difficult situations.
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
· A sound working knowledge of the Criminal Code of Canada; the Youth Criminal Justice Act; Federal, Provincial and Municipal Statutes and maintain current on any new developments with case laws.
· A good working knowledge of computers and their applications.
· A knowledge of the JIS (Justice Information System), PROS (Police Reporting and Occurrence System), CPIC (Canadian Police Information Centre), GroupWise and UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting).
· The ability to conduct a systematic inquiry into events or occurrences to determine appropriate courses of action and ensures all evidence and/or suspects are located recorded and processed.
· The ability to prepare and present testimony in Court.
· The ability to prepare and organize evidence and supporting documentation and present testimony in a professional and impartial manner in Court.
· Knowledge of applicable legislation and RCMP policies, procedures and strategic priorities: understands and applies all relevant laws, statutes, acts and regulations, and/or RCMP policies, procedures and strategic priorities that have a direct impact on the role being performed.
· The ability to concentrate with frequent interruptions on lengthy and complex files. Ability to work in an often adversarial climate with both internal and external clients.
· A valid New Brunswick driver's license.
· Records and Information Management: applies appropriate procedures to record and maintain accurate, relevant and logical files and information.
Work With Us
WORKING AT THE CITY OF MONCTON:
Moncton is a vibrant and culturally rich community. It is the only officially bilingual city in Canada, as well as one of the best places in Canada to do business. Moncton is also known as the economic, sports, tourism and entertainment hub of Atlantic Canada. City of Moncton employees strive to maintain the city's reputation as one of the best places in Canada to live, study, work and play.
This is a non-unionized position.
The City of Moncton offers an attractive salary and benefits package.
APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION:
The City of Moncton is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants must submit their application through an online system that can be found at www.moncton.ca/careers.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those invited for interviews will be contacted.
For more information, please contact the Human Resources Department at
506-877-7707 or visit www.moncton.ca/careers for information on the hiring and application process at the City of Moncton.
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