Critical to the role is strong financial acumen, the capacity to oversee a digital transformation, build organisational capability while shaping a high-performance culture to achieve superior outcomes.
The Magistrates’ Court of Victoria is a key part of the justice system with 51 courts situated across the State.
Magistrates hear and determine cases in the criminal division, civil division, in the specialist courts and in the family violence division.
The Chief Magistrate is the head of the jurisdiction and provides leadership to 140 Judicial Officers. Supporting the Chief Magistrate is the Chief Executive Officer and almost 900 employees engaged to provide a range of functions to ensure the delivery of justice services to the Victorian community.
With a vision to be an innovative, accessible and modern court providing outstanding services to court users, the Magistrates’ Court seeks a Chief Executive Officer to support the Court’s vision as it embarks on a transformation into the future.
Critical to the role is strong financial acumen, the capacity to oversee a digital transformation, build organisational capability while shaping a high-performance culture to achieve superior outcomes. The person will need to bring outstanding leadership credentials, strong relationship management skills, and the ability to make well informed decisions.
The capacity to work collaboratively with a range of stakeholders including Court Services Victoria, the Chief Executive Officers of other jurisdictions and government will be critical.
Exemplary judgement and integrity, confidence with a results orientation, and a commitment to the values of the organisation will be of the highest importance.
For a confidential discussion or to request the Information Book, please contact the consultant advising the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Caroline Dever at Odgers Berndtson on ph: 0429 939 399.
Applications should be submitted to [email protected] by close of business on Friday 12 June 2020.