Ministry of Justice Job Application Online
Ministry of Justice will take on employees
According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of Ministry of Justice Company, you can search for Ministry of Justice recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.
Minimum age to work Ministry of Justice: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Probation Officer, HR Case Manager, Legal Adviser Tier 1 or 2, Usher/Clerical Assistant, Communications Assistant, Administration Officer, Social Worker, Part Time – Full Time
Printable Application Form(PDF/DOC): NO
Application References: Official Site
Please note that most Ministry of Justice posts are open to part-time and job share applicants. If you wish to apply for a position as a job share, you will need to send an email to the NOMS Recruitment Contact Centre quoting the job reference informing them of this. The Contact Centre will then inform the Recruiting Manager.
The Ministry of Justice operates a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for appointment (as defined by the Disability Discrimination Act 1995).
The Ministry of Justice is an equal opportunities employer.
Ministry of Justice’s recruitment processes are underpinned by the principle of selection for appointment on merit on the basis of fair and open competition as outlined in the Civil Service Commission’s Recruitment Principles.
Ministry of Justice Salary Info
- Case Administrator £10,000 to £20,000, £20,001 to £30,000 per year
- Usher/Clerical Assistant £10,000 to £20,000 per year
- Support Services Operations £10,000 to £20,000 per year
- Assistant Administrator Receptionist £10,000 to £20,000 per year
Any person applying for a post in the Ministry of Justice and related bodies must meet the following requirements:
1. You must be either:
- a United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland national
- a Commonwealth citizen or a British protected person
- a national of the European Economic Area (EEA), including Switzerland – List of EAA Countries
- a Turkish national who has been lawfully employed in the UK for four years in any job, or lawfully employed for three years in a job within the same occupation as the post they wish to take up within the civil service
- a non-EEA national who is the family member of an EEA, Swiss or qualifying Turkish national (as above) from another member state (non-UK) who has moved to the UK for an approved purpose – Further Information
2. You must have the right to take up employment within the UK
3. You must have the experience and qualifications specified in the advert
4. You should note that all successful applicants will be subject to a Disclosure Scotland criminal record check. In addition some designated posts may also be subject to Criminal Records Bureau Check or a Counter Terrorism Check, depending upon the role and/or location.
5. If the post you are applying for attracts a National Security Vetting clearance there are further eligibility requirements. To meet national security vetting requirements you will normally need to have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years for CTC, 5 years for SC and 10 years for DV prior to the date of application. All DV posts are required to be UK Nationals. You may still be considered if, for example:
- you’ve been serving overseas with HM Forces or in some other official capacity as a representative of HM Government
- you were studying abroad
- you were living overseas with parents
In such cases you will need to be able to provide referee cover for the period(s) of residence overseas. The duration of overseas residence and the country of abode will also be taken into account.
About Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is a ministerial department of the UK Government headed by the Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor (a combined position). The department is also responsible for areas of constitutional policy not transferred in 2010 to the Deputy Prime Minister, human rights law and information rights law across the UK.
The ministry was formed in May 2007 when some functions of the Home Secretary were combined with the Department for Constitutional Affairs. The latter had replaced the Lord Chancellor’s Department in 2003.
Its stated priorities are to reduce re-offending and protect the public, to provide access to justice, to increase confidence in the justice system, and uphold people’s civil liberties. The Secretary of State is the minister responsible to Parliament for the judiciary, the court system and prisons and probation in England and Wales, with some additional UK-wide responsibilities e.g. the UK Supreme Court and judicial appointments by the Crown.