Court Services Victoria (CSV) provides corporate and administrative services that support judicial independence in the administration of justice in Victoria.
CSV is the employer of over 1800 employees, offering a broad range of legal and non-legal career opportunities across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply for vacancies, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience disability or diversity related barriers in securing employment.
Fostering culturally safe and inclusive workplaces
- CSV is committed to its Self-determination Plan by increasing cultural safety in the workplace for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.
- This begins with the recruitment process where engaging with our experienced Koori staff informs a culturally aware interview experience.
- We are implementing our Koori Employment and Self-determination Plans and have a firm commitment to increase the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across our organisation.
- We aim to be an employer of choice for the Aboriginal community and create an inclusive workplace that provides meaningful and fulfilling career pathways across the breadth of the organisation.
- We have an active Koori Staff Network open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.
Creating safe and respectful workplaces
- At CSV, we are committed to creating and maintaining a safe, respectful, and inclusive work environment, where there is zero tolerance for inappropriate workplace behaviours including sexual harassment, victimisation, racism and discrimination, bullying and harassment.
- We are committed to improving gender equality as a precondition for the elimination of all forms of gender-based violence including sexual harassment.
- We value the unique backgrounds, experiences, and contributions that each person brings to our workplace community and encourage and facilitate inclusive participation for candidates who have faced structural disadvantage including women, the LGBTQIA+ community, people with disability, culturally and/or racially marginalised people, people from lower socio-economic backgrounds, people with carer responsibilities and those who are neurodiverse.
- We aim to create a workforce that reflects the community in which we live.
- We are dedicated to ensuring inclusive and accessible practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process, please let us know.
Why work for us
Employees of CSV have access to a range of employment benefits and conditions, these include attractive salaries, flexible leave arrangements, and training and development opportunities.
- Access to generous leave provisions, including annual leave with leave loading, paid parental leave, paid family violence leave, foster and kinship care leave, gender transition leave, Cultural and Ceremonial leave, study leave, voluntary emergency management leave, and defence service leave.
- Career development opportunities, including opportunities to participate in our mentoring program or undertake temporary assignments and secondments within CSV and across the broader Victorian Public Service.
- Access to professional learning and capability development opportunities.
- Opportunities for flexible working arrangements to support work/life commitments.
- A range of health and wellbeing programs to support emotional, mental, and general wellbeing.
- A range of employee support networks including the Koori Staff Network and the Pride at CSV and Courts Group Network.
If you have any queries about working for CSV, please contact the People and Culture team at firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated: Wednesday 17 January 2024 - 9:21am