Here’s a great entry level role for an investigator, working for the Coroner. If you didn’t know, the Coroner is responsible for investigating reportable death’s, conducting enquiries and inquests, making recommendations and sometimes referring matters for prosecution. This role assists the coroner in liaising with victim’s families, conducting enquiries and preparing briefs of evidence. It’s an incredibly important role in the justice system and perfect for those who have completed their certificate IV in Justice Studies.
The Coronial Investigations Officer is part of the Operations Team and manages coronial investigation files, prepares court documents, and communicates with relevant parties for the Coroner and the Coroners Court of QLD. The Coronial Investigation Officer works with the Administrative Officer and Coronial Services Officer within the Central Coroner’s registry to ensure family focused, coronial services are delivered to the bereaved in a timely and accurate manner.
The position is responsible for communicating with, and delivering services to coroners, families, witnesses, court users and stakeholders. This role requires that you operate within a dynamic, demanding and often sensitive operational environment, while maintaining a high quality of output and engagement with internal and external stakeholders.