The Ministry of Justice (Office) is responsible for the effective administration of its Registries, namely, the Registrar of Companies Office, Official Receivers Office, Births, Deaths and Marriages Office, Registrar of Titles Office and Administration & Accounts Sections primarily for providing efficient services to the general public. Successful applicants will be cross-trained in all registry work.


We are seeking to create pools of motivated individuals for the following positions:

The position will be required to travel parts of the country to ensure that all eligible citizens can apply for, and receive relevant services.

We are seeking to create pools of motivated individuals for the following positions:

Those who applied before no need to re-apply.

Application Process

You are encouraged to apply for this position on the Fijian Government Recruitment portal on  where the role description for the position is also available.

To apply, and be eligible, for consideration applicants must submit the following documents:
1.      A signed cover letter addressing the knowledge, skills, experience and abilities required for the position; no more than two (2) pages
2.      A current CV/Resume with referee contact and email details.
3.      Academic Transcripts and Certificates

Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Applications by Post Applications Delivered
The Permanent Secretary for Justice,

P.O. Box 2226,

Government Buildings,

Suva, Fiji;

The Permanent Secretary for Justice,

Level 1, Suvavou House,

Victoria Parade, Suva, Fiji



The Ministry of Justice is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All applicants for employment in the Ministry of Justice must be of good character, with a background that demonstrates their commitment to the public service values contained in the Fijian Constitution.  Applicants must also be Fijian Citizens, under age 60,  in sound health, with a clear police record. The selected applicants will be required to provide a medical certificate and police clearance prior to taking up duty.