Public Prosecutions in Regina and Saskatoon requires a highly-motivated and responsible professional who is adaptable to change and thrives under pressure.
As a Traffic Safety Court Prosecutor, you will prosecute charges laid under various provincial statutes and municipal bylaws. These include The Traffic Safety Act, Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Act, The Wildlife Act, The Dangerous Goods Act, The Direct Sellers Act, and others. You will require knowledge of procedures used in investigating and laying charges, as you will need to prepare and make arguments before a Traffic Safety Court Justice. The prosecutions of the trials will also include questioning and cross-examining witnesses in court.
You will be required to review files to determine the sufficiency of evidence and validity of charges, schedule court appearances, and arrange for subpoenas and witnesses. You will need to be an effective communicator in order to explain and discuss charges with accused individuals as well as liaise with police, Highway Traffic Board, and court officials. The ability to plan and organize caseloads to meet the needs of both the clients and the court deadlines will be essential.
Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be obtained through education and demonstrated experience in areas such as administering court processes, traffic enforcement or prosecutions.We are committed to workplace diversity. Hours of Work: M - Monthly Out of Scope