Casual Court Liaison Clerk

Department: Human Resources

Closing Date: Will remain open until filled

Competition Number:

Job Summary

The City of Nanaimo’s Police Services is seeking a casual Court Liaison Clerk.

Under the direction of the Manager of Police Operational Support, the Court Liaison Clerk is responsible to act as liaison between the RCMP and all court-related agencies, for the electronic submission and quality assurance of court documents and the ongoing maintenance of all court files from the Nanaimo Detachment. 

Duties and Responsibilities



Applicants must have completed Grade 12, plus basic police officer training and a minimum of 4 years’ operational policing experience and training in court, police, and municipal procedures. Attainment and maintenance of a Commissioner for taking affidavits in British Columbia designation and Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General Special Provincial Constable designation for document service are both required. Applicants must also possess a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License and have authority to operate police vehicles.

Attainment and maintenance of RCMP Reliability/Security Clearance is mandatory.

Compensation and Benefits

This is a unionized position starting at $31.22 per hour. Shiftwork including weekend shifts will be involved. There are no guaranteed minimum hours associated with this position.


This posting will remain open until filled.  Resumes with cover letters referencing “Casual Court Liaison Clerk” should be directed to:

Human Resources

City of Nanaimo

455 Wallace Street, Nanaimo BC  V9R 5J6

Fax: (250) 755-4449

Drop off in person: 2nd Floor, City Hall (455 Wallace Street)



We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Related Documents



Resumes and cover letters must be submitted in either ".docx" or PDF format. File types ".doc" will not be accepted.


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