A court administrative officer is someone with a keen interest in Law with excellent administration skills. In this role you would be involved in the day to day workings of a court and the offices dealing with the administration, people in courts etc.
You will need excellent communication for this role as you will be dealing with different people on a daily basis and sometimes this will be difficult situations so you will need to have a confident approach in your work.
If you feel that you are the right person for this role, please see the below cover letter as an example:
Court Administrative Officer Cover Letter
Application for a Court Administrative Officer (Job reference if known)
I would like to apply for the position of Court Administrative Officer which I have seen advertised in (where and when).
My previous experience consists of a general administrative and customer service role and I feel that the skills I have gained are transferable to this role.
I am an excellent communicator, having had a lot of experience of dealing with different people and some very irate customers at times and I have always remained confident and not phased by this. I have had a lot of experience in writing and checking documents, being involved in meetings and taking minutes, making appointments and re arranging ones that cannot be met, creating new systems and organising a busy team environment.
I feel that with my customer service background I have a diplomatic personality and always try to make a solution amicable wherever possible. I have excellent computer skills and am a fast learner for new programs and databases.
Having researched this role and always had a keen interest in being involved in Law, I would like to apply and feel that the skills I have already gained could be valuable to you.
If you would like any further information on my CV and experiences, please do not hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to hearing from you.