If you have a positive, pro-active work ethic and are known for your attention to detail and strength in organizing, then consider this excellent opportunity in court administration with the Ministry of the Attorney General to provide judicial secretarial services to the Superior Court of Justice or Ontario Court of Justice.What can I expect to do in this role?You will:• type and transcribe (from handwritten notes) correspondence, judgments and legal documents• edit and compose correspondence• provide reception services and arrange appointments• maintain and manage judges' calendars and schedules, and arrange for travel• process invoices and travel claims, maintain expense accounts• provide support to judges on committees• process mail, maintain filing system and access information on databasesHow do I qualify?Mandatory• You have typing skills to 50 words per minuteCommunication SkillsYou have:• written communication skills to compose correspondence and transcribe judgments• oral communication skills to communicate with the judiciary in order to discuss court schedules and respond to inquiries• the ability to receive and screen telephone calls and visitors using tact and discretion • interpersonal skills to deal with confidential and sensitive information and can deal effectively and tactfully various stakeholders (e.g. the judiciary, the legal profession, staff members and the public)Technical Knowledge and ExperienceYou have:• demonstrated legal secretarial and administrative experience• knowledge of legal office systems, financial processes and court systems• the ability to work within court procedures including knowledge of legal terminology and documentsJudgment, Organizational and Analytical Skills• You have proven organizational skills and ability to work independently• You can prioritize, multi-task and complete work to meet deadlines• You have the ability to research and respond to inquiries and resolve conflicts successfullyComputer Skills• You have demonstrated computer skills using applications such as Microsoft Office, e-mail, Internet and the Intranet
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