Norfolk Family Tranche 1 March 2023
Before beginning an application, ensure you have read the application guidance which can be found on the following pages: How to Volunteerand Frequently Asked Questions. You may find it helpful to have both pages available whilst completing the application.
Magistrates will be selected and appointed solely on merit.
Applications are welcome from anyone who meets the eligibility criteria for appointment and who believes they have the necessary qualities. Applications are particularly welcome from members of groups currently under-represented amongst the magistracy. That includes members of Black and Minority Ethnic communities, people under the age of 50, people from non-managerial or professional occupations, and people with a disability who are able, either unassisted or with reasonable adjustments, to carry out the full range of a magistrate’s duties.
Completion of the diversity monitoring form is mandatory. This information will not be considered as part of the application which is assessed solely on merit.
Family Magistrates are asked to make themselves available to sit across all Court locations within the Family Panel Area to which they are assigned and to undertake reasonable travel. Family Courts currently sit at Norwich, King's Lynn and Great Yarmouth but may be subject to change in future.
If you have any questions, please contact the support team at firstname.lastname@example.org , putting the Area you are interested in, in the subject heading.
Please click “Start Now” to confirm that you have read the guidance and to start your application form.
Applications are accepted when a campaign is open and applicants entered into the next round of interviews if successful after Situational Judgement Test. Interviews will be held in April/May/June of 2023.
Please note applications close at 23:59 on the 31st March 2023.