The role of Registrar of the High Court is key to the efficient running of a courtroom and requires good organisation and legal skills to ensure a smooth processing of a case before a Judge. As the definitive record keeper for the Court, this includes providing support pre-court, in-court and post-court administration. The Registrar is the key link between the Court Office, the Court and other Courts, facilitating communications between parties, feeding back on issue and teamworking with the Registrars in other Courts. Being a Registrar in the High Court offers a unique insight and knowledge into the running of the courts. As a Registrar you will gain invaluable exposure to court practice and procedure, legislation, litigation, decision making from the perspective of a Judge. The experience gained as a Registrar is transferable and beneficial to a career in the Courts Service at Assistant Principal Officer and Principal Officer grade. These positions are located in Dublin; in the Four Courts and the Criminal Courts of Justice (CCJ) and require work to be carried out on site hence are not suitable for remote working.
Closing date for competition is 4pm. Friday 17 September 2021