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Law Partner-Perth » Sydney, Sydney Region - Oversee law office business operations, including establishing the law firm structure, communicating and enforcing team values, and contributing . Oversee law office business operations, including establishing the law firm structure, communicating and enforcing team values, and contributing to strategic business decisions to achieve our overall company goals Recruit, hire, train, motivate, and develop senior attorneys, associate attorneys, paralegals, and support staff to strengthen our legal team Ensure that the firm is achieving its short-term and long-term goals and client satisfaction by evaluating productivity and quality of service and making recommendations for improvement Establish the financial strategy of the law firm by adequately distributing funds across the company, monitoring the monthly budget, anticipating requirements and trends, and evaluating the results Build the firm’s credibility, business development, and public relations opportunities by planning, organizing, and speaking at events such as webinars, media events, marketing initiatives, etc. Represent and grow your caseload (particularly complex cases) to continue your practice as an attorney • Sat, 18 MayPurple Patch Consulting
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Australian Anti-Slavery Commissioner » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The Modern Slavery Amendment (Australian Anti-Slavery Commissioner) Act 2023 (the Act) passed both Houses of Parliament on 28 May 2024 and established the role of the inaugural Australian Anti-Slavery Commissioner (Commissioner). The establishment of the Commissioner is a landmark reform which delivers on the Government's election commitment to add a new, independent pillar to Australia's comprehensive response to modern slavery. The Government has committed $8 million over four years, and $2 million ongoing, to establish the Commissioner. For information on the legislation to establish the Commissioner, visit the Attorney-General's website and Parliament of Australia website . For information on the statutory review of the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), visit the Attorney-General's website . The preferred location for this full-time appointment is Canberra, however other Australian capital city locations may be considered. The key duties of the position include The Commissioner will be an independent statutory office holder appointed by the Governor-General following a merits-based process. The Commissioner will report to the Australian Parliament and provide an Annual Report. The Commissioner will work with Government, business, civil society, and the broader community to support compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), improve transparency in supply chains and help fight modern slavery in Australia and abroad. This will involve: supporting businesses to address modern slavery risks in their operations and supply chains supporting, engaging and empowering victims and survivors of modern slavery educating the Australian community about modern slavery working collaboratively with Government agencies and stakeholders as a new, independent pillar in Australia's comprehensive response to combatting modern slavery advocating to Government on modern slavery issues, including continuous improvement in policy and practice harnessing and supporting data and research capabilities, and strengthening collaboration and engagement across sectors dealing with modern slavery. The Attorney-General's Department will provide corporate services to support the functioning of the office of the Commissioner. The Commissioner will have dedicated staff who will work under the direction of the Commissioner. The Commissioner will be responsible for driving the strategic direction of their office, managing staff and administrative affairs and for performance reporting and corporate operations. The Commissioner is expected to be an outstanding leader who can demonstrate strong strategic leadership and accountability at senior levels of business, government, law enforcement, civil society, the public sector or academia. The Commissioner's role and functions will complement the work undertaken across Government, business, and civil society to prevent and respond to modern slavery. The Commissioner will have an opportunity to play a key role in informing Australia's broader response to modern slavery and future reforms. • Sat, 08 JunAPS
Ministerial & Parliamentary Liaison Team Member » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Did you know? The mission of the Australian Federal Police is to provide dynamic and effective law enforcement to the people of Australia. It provides policing throughout Australia in relation to the prevention and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT. Working for the AFP provides you with a diverse and rewarding career. Whether you immerse yourself in a position on the frontline, or provide critical operational or professional support, the work you do makes a big impact on the people of Australia. We recognise your contribution to our workforce and offer generous remuneration and conditions including: Six weeks (30 days) of paid annual leave per year additional paid Christmas stand down 4 extra mandatory leave rest days per year 18 days of paid personal leave per year Generous superannuation of 15.4% 16 weeks of paid maternity leave (after 12 months of service) an additional 36 weeks of maternity leave without pay Generous salaries and incremental salary progression governed by the AFP Enterprise Agreement Flexible and hybrid working arrangement that provides work/life balance Health & wellbeing services - with a focus on early intervention, education and prevention Access to ongoing training and professional development opportunities The key duties of the position include Applications are sought from suitably qualified applicants wishing to be considered for the role of Ministerial & Parliamentary Liaison Team Member with the Strategy and Performance Office (SPO). The Ministerial and Parliamentary Liaison (MPL) team is the central coordination point for the AFP's engagement with the Attorney-General and his office, parliamentary processes and matters of political interest. MPL provides strategic advice and oversight on parliamentary issues and processes and is responsible for developing and implementing briefing material, including Ministerial Submissions, ministerial events and ministerial-level meetings, Senate Estimates, Parliamentary committee inquiries (including submissions, questions on notice and hearing briefs). MPL also manages responding to requests for information from ministerial offices and other Executive Briefings. We're interested in hearing from people who have: Excellent written and communication skills; The ability to research and critically analyse information; The ability to cultivate collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders; Strong prioritisation and time management skills; Resilience and flexibility in managing ambiguity; Excellent attention to detail; A genuine interest in policing issues as well as parliament and government process; and Commitment to a culture of continuous development and improvement. You will also be required to contribute to the achievement of outcomes in accordance with the regulatory framework, the AFP Code of Conduct and the AFP Governance Instruments. What will you do? In the MPL team you will have the opportunity to develop your professional experience across a range of work tasks including stakeholder engagement, learning programs, Parliamentary Document Management System, brief writing and more. Under guidance from Team Leaders, Band 6 members in the MPL team will adhere to the work level standards and are expected to: Communicate effectively by contributing to the development of AFP ministerial submissions, briefs and other correspondence Build effective professional networks and maintain collaborative relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders; Draft strategic advice to AFP Executive that considers operational drivers and the broader operating environment of the AFP and the government of the day; Manage ambiguous ad-hoc tasks; Provide training and support on PDMS; Promote better organisational understanding of government processes, the AFP's strategic approach to matters; and Support organisational change. The MPL Team supports flexible work arrangements, including flexible work hours, working from home and compressed hours. • Sat, 08 JunAPS
Commercial Administrator » Australia - First Merchants Bank is seeking a Commercial Administrator to join our team This position will provide administrative support to the commercial banking team by processing commercial loan requests. Responsible for providing high quality customer service to commercial banking clients by accurately and efficiently resolving customer requests while mitigating risk by following proper procedures. Serve as a partner to the commercial banking team by proactively dealing with portfolio management needs. Ensure all regulatory and compliance requirements are satisfied. As part of this role you will: Support the customer lending request process by providing administrative support to the Commercial Team. Prepare requests for credit by ensuring complete file per policy and regulatory requirements. Ensure collateral and other request details are defined for documentation, engage third parties as needed. Interact with approved attorney for externally prepared transactions. Prepare deal for closing and ensure all due diligence and conditions to close are satisfied. Disburse loan funds and process fees according to executed loan documents. Complete final steps of loan origination to prepare loan for boarding. Ensure withdrawn or declined deals are processed timely. Provide high quality customer service to commercial banking customers. Respond to customer requests according to bank policy, regulations and procedures in a timely and accurate manner. Resolve customer inquiries and problems timely within scope of authority while proactively using partners to meet the customer's needs. Process customer transaction requests. Serve as a partner to the commercial banking team by proactively dealing with portfolio management needs to mitigate risk. Partner with commercial banking team in recognizing financial, loan and collateral exceptions by clearing items or documenting attempts and issues with collecting items. Proactively ensure delinquent and maturing loans are being resolved timely. Ensure timely resolution of third-party insurance issues to avoid bank for forced placed insurance. Assist with completion of lien perfections and collateral releases. Conduct regularly scheduled check-ins with commercial banking team. Ensure reporting tools are utilized for accurate reporting progress. Ensure all regulatory and compliance are satisfied. Address all regulatory and compliance monitoring dashboards timely (i.e., Regulation B, ARMCP, HMDA, etc.) Ensure all loan files are compliant with applicable regulations (i.e., Know Your Customer, OFAC, CIP, Beneficial Ownership, Flood, Regulation U, Regulation O, etc.) Maintain updated knowledge of policies, procedures, regulations, and compliance. To be successful in this position, we require the following: High school diploma or equivalent (GED). A minimum of one year of related experience. Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). The following would be a plus: Experience with Microsoft Teams. First Merchants offers the following: Base Pay PLUS Bonuses Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance 401k Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts Vacation/Sick Time Paid Holidays Paid Parental Leave Tuition Reimbursement Additional Benefits A little about us: First Merchants is guided by a genuine philosophy of being a meaningful place to work and having a prosperous impact across all walks of life throughout the communities we serve, including consumers, businesses and other organizations. Our Vision, Mission and Team statement reflect and reinforce that authentic service philosophy. Our Vision is: To enhance the financial wellness of the diverse communities we serve. Our Mission is: To be the most responsive, knowledgeable, and high-performing financial organization for our clients, teammates, and shareholders. Our Team: "We are a collection of dynamic colleagues with diverse experiences and perspectives who share a passion for positively impacting lives. We are genuinely committed to attracting and engaging teammates of diverse backgrounds. We believe in the power of inclusion and belonging." Apply today to begin your career with us • Sat, 08 JunFirst Merchants Corporation
Sr. Counsel, Legal, Intellectual Property Litigation » Australia - Why Work at Lenovo We are Lenovo. We do what we say. We own what we do. We WOW our customers. Lenovo is a US$62 billion revenue global technology powerhouse, ranked 217 in the Fortune Global 500, employing 77,000 people around the world, and serving millions of customers every day in 180 markets. Focused on a bold vision to deliver smarter technology for all, Lenovo has built on its success as the world’s largest PC company by further expanding into growth areas that fuel the advancement of ‘New IT’ technologies (client, edge, cloud, network, and intelligence) including server, storage, mobile, software, solutions, and services. This transformation together with Lenovo’s world-changing innovation is building a more inclusive, trustworthy, and smarter future for everyone, everywhere. To find out more visit www.lenovo.com , and read about the latest news via our StoryHub . Description and Requirements Lenovo is seeking a Sr. Counsel, Legal, Intellectual Property Litigation , reporting to the Executive Director, Global Litigation. The successful candidate will manage and drive all intellectual property litigation cases from complaint to conclusion, collaborating with internal and outside counsel, specific subject matter experts, technology experts, business analysts, and company clients. Ideally the position is filled in the Morrisville, NC or Chicago, IL office locations, but remote candidates will be considered. Basic Qualifications: J.D. Degree with strong academic credentials Current bar membership in the US A 12 years of legal experience with 5 years of law firm experience preferred Preferred Qualifications: Significant IP litigation experience with a focus on focused on high tech products including cell phones and computers Understanding or experience with international IP litigation and arbitration, particularly in Germany, India, China and the UK Experience leading litigation tasks, discovery management/collection, and working effectively with other attorneys and paralegals Pre-trial/disposition, mediation, and motion practice experience are requirements Ability to prioritize and handle multiple matters simultaneously Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business issues and legal issues facing the company Experience with panel counsel programs preferred Trial experience, first or second chair and motion practice, is preferred Experience advising on SEP licensing and litigation, litigation strategy and positions, predicting risk-adjusted costs of pursuing litigation, determining and managing case budgets, and developing/evaluating settlement proposals Strong communication and presentation skills are required to explain complex legal matters to business leaders in a manner that is readily understandable in order to ensure well-informed business decisions The candidate should demonstrate an ability to thrive in a large, global environment while coordinating the efforts of an outside counsel network within limited budgets Experience with commercial litigation matters (breach of contract, class actions, bankruptcy, general liability, insurance claims) as well is a plus. Location: Morrisville, NC or Chicago, IL preferred, but US remote may also be considered. The base salary budgeted range for this position is $150k - 200K. Individuals may also be considered for bonus and/or commission. Lenovo’s various benefits can be found on [1] www.lenovobene fits.com. In compliance with Colorado's EPEWA, the expected application deadline for this position is July 28, 2024. This applies to both external and internal candidates. LI-Remote LI-FL1 We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any federal, state, or local protected class. Additional Locations : United States of America - North Carolina - Morrisville United States of America United States of America - North Carolina United States of America - North Carolina - Morrisville Go back Apply If you require an accommodation to complete this application, please contact abilitylenovo.com • Sat, 08 JunLenovo

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Director, Legal, IP Litigation » Australia - Why Work at Lenovo We are Lenovo. We do what we say. We own what we do. We WOW our customers. Lenovo is a US$62 billion revenue global technology powerhouse, ranked 217 in the Fortune Global 500, employing 77,000 people around the world, and serving millions of customers every day in 180 markets. Focused on a bold vision to deliver smarter technology for all, Lenovo has built on its success as the world’s largest PC company by further expanding into growth areas that fuel the advancement of ‘New IT’ technologies (client, edge, cloud, network, and intelligence) including server, storage, mobile, software, solutions, and services. This transformation together with Lenovo’s world-changing innovation is building a more inclusive, trustworthy, and smarter future for everyone, everywhere. To find out more visit www.lenovo.com , and read about the latest news via our StoryHub . Description and Requirements Lenovo is seeking Director, Intellectual Property Litigation , reporting to the Executive Director, Global Litigation. The successful candidate will manage and drive both offensive and defensive intellectual property litigation cases from complaint to conclusion, collaborating with internal and outside counsel, specific subject matter experts, technology experts, business analysts, and company clients. Basic Qualifications: J.D. Degree with strong academic credentials Current bar membership in the US A 15 years of legal experience with 5 years of law firm experience preferred Prefered Qualifications: Significant IP litigation experience focused on high tech products including cell phones and computers Experience with international IP litigation and arbitration, particularly in Germany, India, China and the UK Experience with offensive IP Litigation Experience leading litigation tasks, discovery management/collection, and working effectively with other attorneys and paralegals Management experience required Pre-trial/disposition, mediation, and motion practice experience are requirements Ability to prioritize and handle multiple matters simultaneously Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business issues and legal issues facing the company Trial experience, first or second chair and motion practice, is preferred Significant experience advising on litigation strategy and positions, predicting risk-adjusted costs of pursuing litigation, determining and managing case budgets, and developing/evaluating settlement proposals SEP litigation experience strongly preferred Strong communication and presentation skills are required to explain complex legal matters to business leaders in a manner that is readily understandable in order to ensure well-informed business decisions The candidate should demonstrate an ability to thrive in a large, global environment while coordinating the efforts of an outside counsel network within limited budgets Experience with commercial litigation (class actions, bankruptcy, general liability) a plus Location: Morrisville, NC or Chicago, IL preferred, but US remote may also be considered. The base salary budgeted range for this position is $200k - 250K. Individuals may also be considered for bonus and/or commission. Lenovo’s various benefits can be found on [1] www.lenovobene fits.com. In compliance with Colorado's EPEWA, the expected application deadline for this position is July 28, 2024. This applies to both external and internal candidates. LI-Remote LI-FL1 We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any federal, state, or local protected class. Additional Locations : United States of America - Illinois - Chicago United States of America - North Carolina - Morrisville United States of America United States of America - Illinois , United States of America - North Carolina United States of America - Illinois - Chicago , United States of America - North Carolina - Morrisville Go back Apply If you require an accommodation to complete this application, please contact abilitylenovo.com • Sat, 08 JunLenovo
Ministerial & Parliamentary Liaison Team Member » Canberra, ACT - and Parliamentary Liaison (MPL) team is the central coordination point for the AFP's engagement with the Attorney-General and his office... • Sat, 08 JunAustralian Federal Police$102927 - 113563 per year
Principal Investigator » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 599360 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Ongoing Eligibility: Open... is a business unit within Attorney-General’s Department and is responsible for providing work, health and safety, public safety... • Sat, 08 JunGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
Audit Manager Information Systems » Brisbane, QLD - of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) toward new heights of accountability and integrity. As Audit Manager, Information Systems... Manager - Information Systems DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY-GENERAL Brisbane QLD Audit - Internal (Information... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Legal Secretary - Patents » Brisbane, QLD - options available too.. Patents department Supporting 1-2 Patent Attorneys Well established Patent & Trade Mark Attorney... Well established specialist Patent and Trademark Attorney firm located in the Brisbane CBD. Total staff of 15. Offer subsidised gym... • Fri, 07 JunEmpire Group$75000 - 90000 per year
Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner » Australia - Australian Government Attorney General’s Department Register of Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners is essential A tertiary... • Fri, 07 JunRelationships Australia
Audit Manager Information Systems » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Audit Manager - Information SystemsDEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY-GENERALBrisbane QLD Audit - Internal (Information Systems)- Dynamic work environment and flexibility- Convenient location | Brisbane CBD | Easy access to public transport- Excellent working conditions leave loading 12.75% superannuation We are DJAGWe recruit to develop a workforce that represents and reflects the diverse views, experiences and backgrounds of the people of Queensland.Ready to shape the future of corporate governance? In this pivotal role, you'll propel the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) toward new heights ofaccountability and integrity. As Audit Manager, Information Systems, you will join the best analytical minds to provide authoritative and confident advice to seniormanagement on a comprehensive program of information systems audits, reviews, investigations, data analytics and projects. You will get the opportunity to work with great people in a diverse workforce, where we provide true work-life balance, competitive benefits and recognise ouremployees for their contribution. About the roleThe Internal Audit Unit provides independent, objective assurance and consulting activities to add value and improve the operations of the Department. The team consists of seven employees reporting directly to the Director, Internal Audit. The audit team works with the Internal Audit co-source partner to deliver the annual andstrategic internal audit plans and other consulting engagements. This role manages and performs information systems audits and system development reviews across the Department, as well as providing advice and recommendations to management on the efficiency, effectiveness and compliance of departmental information systems and operations.The role also assists in the oversight of contract auditor work (under a co-sourced arrangement) for the delivery of information systems audits.As a new employee you'll be warmly welcomed into the Internal Audit team. We believe in being approachable, accessible, and friendly, and allowing everyone to thrive in our supportive environment. What you will bringTo thrive in this role, you will need:- comprehensive knowledge of contemporary audit concepts and professional standards.- exceptional communicator, with strong analytical and methodical problem-solving abilities.- ability to build and maintain client relationships.- self-motivated with strong attention to detail.This is an opportunity to lead, inspire and innovate, and make an impact. Join usJoin a highly regarded government department making a meaningful and positive difference for many Queenslanders. Our work is significant and fulfilling. In addition to great work, you will enjoy a variety of benefits, including:- Fantastic work-life balance without compromising on experience.- Great support and inclusive team that gets things done.- A vibrant and inclusive team culture that values diversity, sparks innovation and nurtures camaraderie. Make it happenAfter reading the application information package and the role description, apply for a new challenge that makes a difference in your community.For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please call Melinda O'Hanlon, A/Director, Internal Audit on 07 3738 9196 Applications may remain current for 12 months.Job Ad Reference: QLD/569738/24Closing Date: Thursday, 20 June 2024 • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Senior Product Manager, Authorities » The Rocks, Sydney - You're an accomplished Senior Product Manager, driven to deliver exceptional outcomes for our customers You're passionate about improving customer experiences and outcomes Together we can achieve big goals and empower our customers Do work that matters Retail Banking Services (RBS) is the public face of CommBank, delivering a seamless banking experience for the future, to our 10 million personal and small business customers. Within RBS, Everyday Products is focussed on building innovative and value creating everyday products for all Australians. Reporting to the Chapter Lead, this Senior Manager will play a key role in the Everyday Products crew, ensuring better customer outcomes and processes for Financial Management Orders, Powers of Attorney, Third Party and Youth Authorities across RBS products and distribution channels. This role is critical to improving customer experiences while also reducing risk. As a member of the Seamless Estates and Secure Authorities squad, you will support the Product Owner in developing & executing major initiatives to deliver against our business priorities. More specifically, you will: Develop, implement and embed strategies for driving both Net Promotor Score (NPS) outcomes and sustainable growth of everyday transaction account products Be responsible for continued monitoring and proactive improvements of the product risk and control environment Proactively identify, understand and manage risks across the business Identify opportunities to simplify and improve processes, supported by a deep understanding of origination and in-life experiences across the value chain Lead and execute change in partnership with delivery teams and a wide range of stakeholders, to continuously improve our product offerings and processes Understand the voice of the customer, be across and pre-empt impact of macro, micro and product landscapes We want to hear from people who have: Strong communication skills Sound experience in delivering process improvement or delivering change Strong problem solving ability, with background relating to non-financial risk management Strong self-awareness and contributor to team success Excellent stakeholder engagement and relationship building skills across a range of stakeholder groups Knowledge of operational risk and compliance frameworks Awareness of key legislation and regulations impacting financial services is an advantage Risk Mindset - proactively identify and understand, openly discuss and act on current and future risks. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 13/06/2024 • Fri, 07 JunCommonwealth Bank
Personal Financial Consultant » Footscray, VIC - , we offer critical financial and legal products and services including Will Writing, Powers of Attorney, Executor Services, Trustee... • Fri, 07 JunState Government of Victoria$70710 - 84869 per year
Team Leader Mining » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 599264 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Ongoing Eligibility: Open... are achieved. About the Business SafeWork SA is a business unit within Attorney-General’s Department and is responsible... • Thu, 06 JunGovernment of South Australia$106512 - 115137 per year
Wills & Estates Lawyer - 2-5 yrs PQE » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - An amazing role to join a modern and progressive law firm. Great work coming out of this Wills & Estates team Thrive in a firm that has a focus on flexibility and a family friendly structure Work at a reputable firm, and have essential work life balance THE FIRM Our client is a progressive and modern law firm who provide exceptionally flexible working conditions for their staff. They are a firm who cover Wills & Estates and Family Law, providing a high level of service to their clientele. Their Wills and Estates team has high-performing and empathetic lawyers who work collaboratively on their matters. In this sector, their clientele often includes wealthy individuals, organizations such as retirement villages, and even some well-known public figures. THE OPPORTUNITY This is an opportunity to carry a number of stimulating and complex files, you will be exposed to all wills and estates matters. The work will include matters like estate planning, probate, Powers of Attorney, and more. You will have countless opportunities to progress within this firm, and even have the opportunity to lead a team down the track. The Partner is incredibly supportive in helping you reach your career goals and work closely with you to mentor you as you develop your skills. THE BENEFITS Our client is offering a number of unique benefits, including: Remote working and WFH flexibility on offer – only required in office for important client meetings Family friendly – understanding of family commitments and responsibilities Fixed fee approach, team-based targets Service a diverse clientele Attractive salary packages Career progression and leadership opportunities in the future To apply for this role, please send your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively for additional information, please contact Amanda Hickey at Engage Personnel at amandaengagepersonnel.com.au All communication will be strictly confidential • Wed, 05 JunEngage Personnel
Assistant Secretary - Strategy and Governance Branch » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Employment Opportunity The People and Strategy Division brings together key enabling services relating to communications, parliamentary processes, governance, stakeholder engagement, corporate counsel and human resources. The division is part of the Enabling Services Group which provides a high standard of support and guidance to the department on its corporate and organisational operations including strategy and governance, human resources, corporate services, finance and information technology. Each of these key supporting areas of the department play a pivotal role, ensuring all Attorney-General's Department (AGD) staff are able to successfully fulfill the duties in a safe, secure and suitable environment. The key duties of the position include As Assistant Secretary - Strategy and Governance Branch (SGB), you will lead the branch, reporting to the Chief People Officer. You will provide leadership and strategic oversight for: The department's involvement in parliamentary process matters including cabinet, legislation and estimates. Ministerial engagement and executive support including supporting the preparation of briefs, submissions, correspondence and international travel co-ordination for the Attorney-General. Media and communication, internally and externally. Strategic policy and priorities including leading the department's Transformation Agenda and Integrity Maturity. Stakeholder engagement including support for ministerial level meetings and cross-portfolio engagement. Internal governance matters including oversight of fraud, corruption, risk and business continuity. High functioning conceptual, analytical, negotiation and representational skills are important attributes of the successful candidate. SGB strives to be an engaged, high performing and agile team. SGB are valued for their delivery reputation, professionalism and integrity and their ability to work collaboratively across the organisation to further the strategic objectives of the Department, and the Attorney-General. SGB supports mutually beneficial flexible work arrangements, where operational requirements allow. The successful candidate will need to remain accountable for demonstrating leadership across the branch, and developing and maintaining a positive and productive work culture recognising the branch has staff dispersed across several states. How can you help make a difference? We are seeking people who bring ideas, diverse experience, and global perspectives, and are willing to explore innovative ways of working. People who work for us will display leadership at all levels, apply information effectively in order to solve problems, and work collaboratively to achieve outcomes. The applicants we would like to attract will: Take responsibility for the smooth and appropriate delivery of the key policy, program and regulatory outcomes of the branch. Support the Attorney-General with timely and strategic coordination of advice and service. Demonstrate strong conceptual, analytical, negotiation and representational skills. Work collaboratively across the department, government and community. Anticipate, plan, engage and respond to work area matters, while fostering partnerships which inform, build and deliver strong business outcomes. Plan and manage budgeted resources. Be an influential source of advice relating to communications, regulatory, ministerial, and strategic delivery, which will form a key input to agency decision making processes. Educate stakeholders to support implementation of regulatory requirements. Lead enforcement and compliance programs. Contribute to the establishment and maintenance of governance frameworks. Foster and maintain standards of independence and professionalism in audit and assurance. Demonstrate the charter of leadership behaviours (DRIVE), promote psychologically safe environments and lead with integrity. • Wed, 05 JunAPS
Senior Product Manager, Authorities » Sydney, NSW - Management Orders, Powers of Attorney, Third Party and Youth Authorities across RBS products and distribution channels. This role... • Tue, 04 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
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Aboriginal Graduate - Solicitor/Policy Officer LO I-III - Maylian Program » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - • Ongoing (35 hrs per week) • Location Sydney (regional locations will be considered), with flexible working arrangements available. • Legal Officer I-III, base salary ($74,050 - $125,521), plus employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading This position is open to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people only. Your role Undertake a range of legal activities in the relevant area/s of law or policy to contribute to efficient and effective legal support services and policy reform for the Law Reform and Legal Division within the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ). What you’ll do As a graduate of the Maliyan Program you will be working in positions throughout the Law Reform and Legal Services (LRLS) Division. The Maliyan Program provides the opportunity for Legal Graduates to commence their careers in a supportive and flexible working environment. The Maliyan Program is for a period of 24 months, the role is considered ongoing upon the successful completion of the program. You will be supported in applying for and obtaining permanent employment within the LRLS division. Throughout the Maliyan Program, you will have the opportunity to rotate positions throughout the LRLS Division, this will provide you with the opportunity to make an informed decision of where to progress your career. If you are undergoing a Practical Legal Training Program, employment under the Maliyan Program may contribute towards the practical component that program. Where suitable to you, your circumstances and your employer, your role can be flexible to include remote work, part time work or regional locations throughout NSW. In your role, you will be working as part of a team to deliver legal support services and/or policy legislative reform. You will undertake legal and policy research and analysis, document drafting, assisting with stakeholder engagement and the provision of legal and policy advice under the supervision of your manager. The majority of roles under the program are in the DCJ Legal and Policy, Reform and Legislation branches, however, there may be opportunities for roles within other branches throughout the LRLS Division. The DCJ Legal branch is responsible for providing legal and litigation support to clients within the community and justice sectors and ensuring the common law and statutory powers of the Attorney General are exercised in accordance with the law. Spread across eight different practice groups DCJ Legal branch’s role is to: • Provide legal advice to internal and external stakeholders • Provide litigation and dispute resolution services to internal and external stakeholders • Provide representation and advocacy services to internal and external stakeholders • Ensure the department’s governance and compliance with current laws • Provide Open Government, Information & Privacy services, including determining applications made under the GIPA Act and facilitating access to information under the Commonwealth Redress Scheme and via subpoenas/statutory notices and orders Policy Reform and Legislation branch supports the development of the legislative program and provides parliamentary and administrative support services. This is primarily for the Attorney General but also includes a range of Ministers who have responsibility in the communities and justice sectors. Policy, Reform and Legislation branch is responsible for ensuring that the legal and policy framework of the Department is aligned with the government's current priorities. Policy Reform and Legislation's role is to: • identify the need for, and formulate changes to, the law and criminal justice system, • ensure quality legal policy advice is provided to the portfolio Ministers and to government, • implement the portfolio Ministers' legislative programs, and inform the community about changes to, and the operation of, legislation within the relevant portfolios. For more information on the Maliyan Program, click here. What we’re looking for • A passionate, driven graduate who is looking for a challenging and rewarding preview to the NSW Government, where you can make a difference from within. • Completion of a law degree from an accredited law school or completion of the Legal Practitioners Admission Board’s Diploma in Law Course within the past 12 months or expected completion within three months of application. • This role is open to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants only. • Willingness to undertake a Working with Children Check. • Willingness to travel for regional or interstate commitments Note: In accordance with Clause 26 of the NSW Government Sector Employment (General) Rules 2014 and in accordance with Sections 14 and 21 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 the Department of Communities and Justice considers that being of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent is a genuine occupational qualification for this role and preference will be given to candidates who meet the pre-established standards: • Documented verification of Aboriginality. The Department will accept proof of Aboriginality confirming the following: • You are an Aboriginal person of Aboriginal descent; • You identify as being Aboriginal; and An acceptable form of documented verification is a “Confirmation of Aboriginality” letter, provided to you by a local Aboriginal organisation that includes a common seal from that organisation. Download the role description. If you are viewing this ad in Seek and wish to apply via their portal, you will be required to either set up a profile or login via your existing Seek account. To apply directly via the DCJ Careers site click here. Search for the job and click the ‘Apply now’ button. For more information and advice on applying for roles at DCJ, visit Careers for Aboriginal people by clicking here. What We Offer We offer a variety of benefits, including: • A challenging and rewarding career • Flexible, autonomous work environment • Competitive pay and conditions • Training and development opportunities to build and maintain capabilities • Health & Wellbeing and Employee Assistance Programs. Want more information? Visit our website to see more information on Working for us. We do work that really matters Working for the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) provides lots of opportunities to make a real difference. We collaborate with other agencies and community partners, to improve lives and realise the potential of children, adults, families and communities. We're focused on breaking, rather than managing, disadvantage. It’s work that really matters. Apply now and join Australia’s top public sector employer where we will support you and provide an exciting and flexible working environment Are you ready to join us? Click apply, attach a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining how you meet the requirements of the role as well as an up-to-date résumé (maximum 5 pages). Applications close Sunday 9 June 2024 Got a question? For more information about the role or what it’s like to work for DCJ, please contact the hiring manager Annie Macleod on 0437 395 039 or at annie.macleoddcj.nsw.gov.au. If you’ve got a question about applying or would benefit from an adjustment in the recruitment process to help you perform at your best, please call Paola Pina via paola.pinadcj.nsw.gov.au. Inclusion and Diversity lies at the heart of how we recruit We continue to hire great people with a wide variety of skills, experience and backgrounds. This includes people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, women, people identifying as LGBTIQ, culturally and linguistically diverse people, carers and other diversity groups. To find out what DCJ are doing to build an inclusive and diverse workforce, visit our careers site. Other Information A Talent Pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary roles and is valid for a period of up to 18 months. Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAyw-1egJP9k6WlEf5C9Ouw To keep up with recruitment opportunities at DCJ, follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CareersatDCJ/. Department of Communities and Justice • Tue, 04 JunDepartment of Communities and Justice
Senior Counsel - Supply Chain » Australia - The Senior Counsel - Supply Chain will report to the Assistant General Counsel - Gaming and is responsible to assist the Aristocrat legal team with providing legal support to all aspects of Aristocrat commercial activities, and gaming transactions as needed. The successful individual will provide best-in-class legal services efficiently, timely, and in a cost-effective manner by anticipating, addressing, and creatively resolving legal issues and providing counsel in a manner that optimizes business results. The position is a hybrid role that will be based in either Franklin, TN or Las Vegas, NV. What You'll Do Serve as a legal partner for the Aristocrat Gaming business as directed by the supervising attorney Provide support for wide-ranging general commercial matters, including logistics, supply chain, real property, technology provider relationships, and additional commercial and gaming matters as assigned Provide accurate and timely legal services to business partners, including analyzing, researching, reviewing, interpretation, dispute resolution, drafting, and negotiating Lead or assist with the assessment of proposed transactions and the development of deal structures to minimize legal and business risks Interpret and advise applicable business units concerning relevant laws and regulations Promote seamless teamwork and become an essential strategic partner to the business by aiding in their strategic goals and objectives, making internal customer experience a competitive advantage Create and deliver cross-channel educational presentations and tools about relevant legal issues Work on special projects where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors Support and role model the Legal Team's Drive to Thrive strategy Deliver timely and solution-focused legal services while managing cash flow and achieving budget targets Operate as a sustainability champion by providing advice and counsel to our business clients and ensuring that all initiatives meet legal requirements and advance our reputation Manage external counsel resources Champion a commitment to honesty, integrity, and responsible corporate behavior by fostering a compliance culture within the organization where employees feel comfortable reporting potential violations or misconduct Consistently demonstrate a commitment to the values of the Legal Team Consistently demonstrate a commitment to developing the core competencies of leading self, leading others, leading the business, leading the management of risk & compliance, and leading for the future What We're Looking For A Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar Seven (7) years minimum experience as a commercial attorney either with a law firm, corporation, or both Significant experience with logistics, supply chain, real estate, technology contracts, and general commercial contracts strongly preferred Experience with both USA and international contracts preferred Ability to work autonomously as well as cross-functionally with other teams and to influence and build effective working relationships with individuals at all levels of the organization Ability to manage competing priorities, simultaneously drive numerous projects, identify, and resolve business issues, and earn the confidence of executive business partners Excellent interpersonal, communication, drafting and negotiation skills Exceptional business judgment and analytical skills Experience handling all aspects of commercial contracts Comfort and familiarity with existing and emerging technology Ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, metric-driven environment and adapt quickly to changing priorities Ability to uphold and demonstrate the highest level of integrity in all situations and recognize standards required by a regulated business This role can sit in any of our US locations: Las Vegas, NV or Franklin, TN Why Aristocrat? Aristocrat is a world leader in gaming content and technology, and a top-tier publisher of free-to-play mobile games. We deliver great performance for our B2B customers and bring joy to the lives of the millions of people who love to play our casino and mobile games. And while we focus on fun, we never forget our responsibilities. We strive to lead the way in responsible gameplay, and to lift the bar in company governance, employee wellbeing and sustainability. We're a diverse business united by shared values and an inspiring mission to bring joy to life through the power of play. We aim to create an environment where individual differences are valued, and all employees have the opportunity to realize their potential. We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, cultural background, disability status or LGBTQ identity. We offer a range of flexible working options through all.flex, our flexible hybrid work model and invite you to have a conversation with us about flexible working. EEO M/F/D/V World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Our Values All about the Player Talent Unleashed Collective Brilliance Good Business Good Citizen The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) and/or other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Travel Expectations Up to 25% Pay Range $167,731-$311,500 Pay Rate Type Salary Our goal is to pay a market competitive salary focusing near the median of our pay ranges. However, final offers for all positions will be based on several factors such as experience level, education, skills, work location, and internal pay equity. • Tue, 04 JunAristocrat Leisure LTD
Assistant Secretary - Strategy and Governance (SES Band 1) » Canberra, ACT - department play a pivotal role, ensuring all Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) staff are able to successfully fulfill the...-ordination for the Attorney-General Media and communication, internally and externally Strategic policy and priorities... • Mon, 03 JunAttorney-General's Department
Executive Assistant - APS Level 5, Various Opportunities » Australia - Supportive environment with a focus on well-being Generous entitlements and working conditions; Salary: $83,299 - $88,327 plus 15.4% superannuation Tailored career growth Employment Opportunity The department is seeking motivated ind... • Mon, 03 JunAttorney-General's Department
Executive Assistant - APS Level 4, Various Opportunities » Australia - Supportive environment with a focus on well-being Generous entitlements and working conditions; Salary: $71,807 - $84,930 plus 15.4% superannuation Tailored career growth Employment Opportunity The department is seeking motivated ind... • Mon, 03 JunAttorney-General's Department
Cultural Liaison Officer Identified » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Far North Qld Job ad reference QLD/568336/24 Closing date 13-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 6 months with possible extension Contact person Andrew Hatchard-Parr Contact details Phone: 07 40484458 Access the National Relay Service TARGETED VACANCY - This position has been identified as a position to be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person because of a number of factors, including the gross over representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders in custody. It is an occupational requirement that this position be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person as permitted and arguable under Sections 25, 104, and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991. In this role you will: Assist in case management ensuring that program referrals and cultural issues are adequately addressed during their sentence Contribute to the sentence management function by attending prisoner inductions, parole interviews, prisoner reviews and assisting with transition arrangements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners. Work within a multidisciplinary team to manage the progression of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners through the correctional system including the assessment of prisoners and the provision of reports to sentence management and professional staff on the outcomes of those assessments. Liaise with prisoners' families, management and Queensland Corrective Services staff, Government and non-Government welfare agencies and service providers to ensure prisoner's individual, social and cultural needs are met. Coordinate Elder visits to correctional centres on a monthly basis and as required Facilitate offender access to required legal services through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service including the management of their visits and contact with their nominated legal representative Contribute to staff awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoner needs Provide welfare services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders to ensure appropriate support is available during times requiring additional services such as family issues, leave of absence requests, medical services and hospital visits Assist with the facilitation of prisoner criminogenic programs targeted at addressing identified prisoner rehabilitation needs, particularly those programs that focus on meeting the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners. Assist with the completion of program exit reports and documentation and ensure that relevant case notes are entered into the Integrated Offender Management System (IOMS). Develop and maintain a comprehensive case notes. Provide consultancy services to, and accept referrals from, professional staff within the centre. Coordinate Family Visits Days and other culturally significant activities. Monitor and maintain family contact for offenders to ensure families and community representative visit. Consult and liaise with communities and organisations regarding cultural issues and the needs of prisoners. Initiate, encourage and facilitate greater engagement with community groups/networks for the purpose of increasing post release family support structures. Work with a range of agencies, including the Departments of Communities - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Police Service, Family Responsibilities Commission, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, community justice groups and others to address the issues that bring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into contact with the correctional system. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Two positions available. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 568336 24 - Applicant Guide (PDF, 322KB) 568336 24 - Role Description (PDF, 5.27MB) • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Manager, Compliance and Investigations (Tobacco & Vaping) » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 598505 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Long Term Contract.... (desirable) About the Business The Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) provides a range of legal, regulatory... • Sun, 02 JunGovernment of South Australia$106512 - 115137 per year
Compliance Inspector » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 598499 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Long Term Contract.... About the Business The Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) provides a range of legal, regulatory and other services for the... • Sun, 02 JunGovernment of South Australia$75430 - 79070 per year
Witness Assistance Officer Pool » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 598341 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract.... The Office is committed to the highest ethical and professional standards. For more information about the Attorney... • Sun, 02 JunGovernment of South Australia$99788 - 105495 per year
Solicitor » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 598326 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Long Term Contract... standards. For more information about the Attorney-General’s Department and also ODPP please visit . Special Conditions... • Sat, 01 JunGovernment of South Australia$70841 - 155351 per year
Manager - Child Protection Conferencing » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/567510/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Deborah Keenan Contact details PH: (07) 3738 7007 Access the National Relay Service Dispute Resolution Branch At the DRB, we are committed to investing in our staff and working with them to develop their careers. As our staff progress through their careers, we offer a range of learning opportunities to support the development of their technical expertise, interpersonal and professional skills, and management and leadership capability. We encourage our staff to take responsibility for their learning and professional development. All DRB staff are encouraged to become nationally accredited mediators, and to use and build their mediator skills in addition to their job specific skills. Technical skills, abilities and cultural capability Provide strategic and operational leadership and management of the Child Protection Conferencing (CPC) team throughout Queensland in accordance with relevant legislation, directives, policy and procedures; Ensure the delivery of best practice dispute resolution services in the context of CPC and to ensure a trauma informed, culturally appropriate consistent and coordinated approach to the provision of conferences; Consult, liaise and collaborate with key stakeholders, relevant government and non-government agencies involved in CPC to build strong working relationships, anticipate and respond to client and stakeholder needs, including needs of diverse communities, and manage expectations; Provide leadership, guidance and supervision to a state-wide panel of Conference Convenors, ensuring they make use of individual and team capabilities, are trained, equipped and supported in their role to ensure quality outcomes for children; Manage the human, financial and information resources of the CPC team and service to ensure timely and financially responsible delivery of service throughout the state and to enrich our culture of respect and inclusion. Initiate and drive the design, development and implementation of efficient and effective business processes and systems for CPC, ensuring high performance; Manage the collection, collation and analysis of performance measurement data for Departmental reporting purposes, external reporting and internal management purposes; Contribute to a positive team culture, focusing on collaboration, health and wellbeing, communication, providing complex case advice and making the service more accessible to people from diverse backgrounds including First Nations people; Undertake other duties as identified by the Director. How to apply Apply via Smart Jobs and submit: Your resume (3 - 4 pages recommended). A cover letter (maximum 2 pages) explaining why you would like to work for us, and how your skills and experience meet the requirements for the role. It is recommended that your letter be in Arial Font size 11 for ease of reading by the panel. Should you need support with your application and / or interview for this role, please contact the person nominated at the top of the role description to discuss your needs. We are happy to assist where we can. Valuing equity and diversity The Department of Justice and Attorney-General values equity and diversity. Please include information in your application that will help us understand how you could contribute to our workforce diversity. Let us know if we can help you participate in the recruitment process. Our commitment to cultural safety, equity and diversity means that our selection decisions are not influenced by whether an applicant needs assistance or a subsequent workplace adjustment. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Applicant-Information-Package (2) (Word, 294KB) 567510 24 - Role Description (Word, 338KB) Please amend Position Desription • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Procurement Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Procurement Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/567737/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Anthony Butler Contact details Phone: (07) 3738 9207 Access the National Relay Service Your key responsibilities Lead strategic sourcing initiatives for high value, high risk, and complex categories/commodities, developing procurement strategies maximising departmental benefits. Oversee supplier selection and negotiation processes, involving key stakeholders to ensure alignment with operational needs and stakeholder requirements. Support the manager in mentoring and managing procurement staff, facilitating their professional development and ensuring effective performance. Cultivate and manage strong networks and relationships with key stakeholders and team members within the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. Develop and uphold procurement policies and procedures aligning with legislative acts, government policies, and departmental guidelines, including adherence to whole-of-government policies. Provide senior management level expertise in procurement practices, offering high- level advice to clients and customers. Contribute to the formulation of the department's Corporate Procurement Plan and Forward Procurement Schedule, enhancing procurement governance. Represent the Department in pertinent Queensland Government forums, influencing the development of governmental policies and guidelines. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567737/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Applicant-Information-Package (1) (Word, 294KB) 567737-24 Role Description (Word, 398KB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Transactions Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Booming Property Landlord & Fund Manager Seeking an Experienced Commercial Transactions Manager to Lead the Department. CBD Location The Client: Our client is a leading entity in the Australian commercial real estate sector, specialising in acquisition and development projects. Their primary focus spans retail, office, large format retail, and development sectors. Additionally, they provide strategic divestment services, catering to high-profile investors seeking to navigate the complexities of commercial asset sales. The Opportunity: We're on the lookout for a skilled and experienced Commercial Property Transactions Manager to take the reins on all property transactions within the commercial real estate portfolio. This role calls for a strategic thinker with a solid understanding of real estate markets, legal frameworks, and negotiation savvy. The ideal candidate will excel at managing intricate transactions, minimising risks, and optimising financial outcomes. Key Responsibilities: Transaction Management: Lead the charge on commercial property transactions from start to finish, including acquisitions, disposals, leases, and joint ventures. Market Analysis: Dive deep into market research and analysis to pinpoint investment opportunities, market trends, and the competitive landscape. Due Diligence: Coordinate due diligence processes, from property inspections to financial analysis, legal reviews, and environmental assessments. Financial Modeling: Craft financial models to assess potential investments, project feasibility, and financial performance forecasts. Negotiation: Hammer out terms and conditions with sellers, buyers, tenants, and partners to secure favorable outcomes while keeping risks in check. Legal Compliance: Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements throughout transactions, including zoning laws, property regulations, and contract terms. Relationship Management: Foster strong relationships with brokers, attorneys, investors, and other stakeholders to smoothen transactions and seize opportunities. Portfolio Optimisation: Collaborate with internal teams to identify chances for portfolio optimisation, strategic divestments, and value enhancement initiatives. Reporting: Prepare detailed reports and presentations to update senior management on transaction progress, financial analysis, and investment recommendations. Risk Management: Identify and evaluate potential transaction risks, developing strategies to mitigate risks and safeguard the organisation's interests. Requirements: Minimum of 4 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, disposals, leasing, and asset management. Strong financial skills, with expertise in financial modeling, investment analysis, and valuation techniques. Excellent negotiation skills with a proven track record of closing complex real estate transactions successfully. In-depth knowledge of commercial real estate markets, property types, and investment strategies. Familiarity with legal and regulatory frameworks governing commercial real estate transactions. Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills. Strategic thinking abilities, with a knack for identifying and capitalising on market opportunities. Detail-oriented with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Proficiency in MS Office suite and real estate investment software. Benefits: Competitive salary based on experience. Significant opportunities for professional growth and advancement within the organisation. Vibrant and collaborative work environment emphasising innovation and excellence. Please apply by sending an updated version of your CV to sdinatalegoughrecruitment.com.au or call 0448 448 338 for further information. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. • Fri, 31 MayGough Recruitment
Sr. Counsel, Employment (Remote, AUS) » Australia - . At least 8 years of Post Qualification Experience as an employment attorney with at least 2 years in house counsel experience... • Fri, 31 MayCrowdStrike
Service Management Lead » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597923 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Ongoing Eligibility: Open... and compliance, Change Management that assist in meeting the overall AGD objectives. For more information about the Attorney... • Fri, 31 MayGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
Freedom of Information Case Officers - Office of Corporate Counsel - APS Level 5 and APS Level 6 » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing Salary: $83 299 to $105 669 plus 15.4% superannuation Canberra, ACT Employment Opportunity The Freedom of Information and Privacy (FOIP) Section in the Office of Corporate Counsel is primarily responsible for processing the de... • Fri, 31 MayAttorney-General's Department$83299 - 105669 per year
Sexual Assault Counsellor (DFV Specialist) » Mackay, QLD - by the Department of Justice and Attorney General (DJAG). It is co-located with another not-for-profit charitable... • Fri, 31 MayChandler Macleod
Cultural Liaison Officer Identified » Cairns Region, Queensland - TARGETED VACANCY - This position has been identified as a position to be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person because of a number of factors, including the gross over representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders in custody. It is an occupational requirement that this position be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person as permitted and arguable under Sections 25, 104, and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991. In this role you will: Assist in case management ensuring that program referrals and cultural issues are adequately addressed during their sentence Contribute to the sentence management function by attending prisoner inductions, parole interviews, prisoner reviews and assisting with transition arrangements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners. Work within a multidisciplinary team to manage the progression of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners through the correctional system including the assessment of prisoners and the provision of reports to sentence management and professional staff on the outcomes of those assessments. Liaise with prisoners' families, management and Queensland Corrective Services staff, Government and non-Government welfare agencies and service providers to ensure prisoner's individual, social and cultural needs are met. Coordinate Elder visits to correctional centres on a monthly basis and as required Facilitate offender access to required legal services through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service including the management of their visits and contact with their nominated legal representative Contribute to staff awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoner needs Provide welfare services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders to ensure appropriate support is available during times requiring additional services such as family issues, leave of absence requests, medical services and hospital visits Assist with the facilitation of prisoner criminogenic programs targeted at addressing identified prisoner rehabilitation needs, particularly those programs that focus on meeting the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners. Assist with the completion of program exit reports and documentation and ensure that relevant case notes are entered into the Integrated Offender Management System (IOMS). Develop and maintain a comprehensive case notes. Provide consultancy services to, and accept referrals from, professional staff within the centre. Coordinate Family Visits Days and other culturally significant activities. Monitor and maintain family contact for offenders to ensure families and community representative visit. Consult and liaise with communities and organisations regarding cultural issues and the needs of prisoners. Initiate, encourage and facilitate greater engagement with community groups/networks for the purpose of increasing post release family support structures. Work with a range of agencies, including the Departments of Communities - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Police Service, Family Responsibilities Commission, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, community justice groups and others to address the issues that bring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into contact with the correctional system. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Fri, 31 MayQueensland Government
Case Receipt Officer » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597643 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract... litigants. We are part of the Attorney General’s Department and the Director, FSSA reports to the Executive Director, Finance... • Thu, 30 MayGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
Project Manager - Infrastructure - Executive Level 1 » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing Salary: $114 780 to $139 657 plus 15.4% superannuation Canberra, ACT Employment Opportunity The Delivery Management section is the Project Management Office (PMO) within Information Division. Our team is responsible for end-t... • Thu, 30 MayAttorney-General's Department$114780 - 139657 per year
Senior Software Engineer (Front-end Developer) - Executive Level 1 » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing Salary: $114 780 to $139 657 plus 15.4% superannuation Canberra, ACT Employment Opportunity The Capability Sustainment Branch in Information Division is looking to engage a suitably qualified Senior Front-end Developer with d... • Thu, 30 MayAttorney-General's Department$114780 - 139657 per year
Cloud Engineer - Executive Level 1 » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing Salary: $114 780 to $139 657 plus 15.4% superannuation Canberra, ACT Employment Opportunity We are seeking an experienced and passionate Cloud Engineer to join our team. This role is responsible for assessing our IT infrastru... • Thu, 30 MayAttorney-General's Department$114780 - 139657 per year
Senior Cloud Engineer - Executive Level 2 » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing Salary: $139 657 to $159 067 plus 15.4% superannuation Canberra, ACT Employment Opportunity We are seeking an experienced and passionate Senior Cloud Engineer to join our team. This role is responsible for assessing our IT in... • Thu, 30 MayAttorney-General's Department$139657 - 159067 per year
Cloud Administrator - APS Level 6 » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing Salary: $94 729 to $105 669 plus 15.4% superannuation Canberra, ACT Employment Opportunity We are seeking an experienced and passionate Cloud Administrator to join our team. This role will play a pivotal role in maintaining t... • Thu, 30 MayAttorney-General's Department$94729 - 105669 per year
Administrative Assistants and Legal Administrative Assistants » Perth, Perth Region - The key duties of the position include Administrative Assistants and Legal Administrative Assistants Legal Support Administrative Assistant (APS2) and Legal Administrative Assistant (APS3) Full-time roles in Perth Opportunities exist for full-time ongoing and non-ongoing legal administration roles in our Perth office. About us Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) is the Australian Government's central legal practice and part of the Attorney-General's Department. AGS helps Commonwealth clients to manage legal issues, navigate new challenges and find solutions which deliver the best outcomes for Australia. We are a self-funded legal practice and compete for our work. AGS is unique. AGS is dedicated to the national interest and is a trusted advisor to Government. AGS is innovative. Drawing on an exceptional depth of experience and expertise, we assist the Australian Government in the development and implementation of solutions to legal issues that have national importance. AGS is diverse. With offices in every capital city and a team of 680 staff, including over 470 lawyers, we work in more than 40 different areas of law related to government. About the roles Vacancies currently exist for legal administrative assistants to support lawyers in our Commercial practice group and the AGS Dispute Resolution practice. Our lawyers work with a wide range of Commonwealth agencies and provide specialist legal advice on some of the largest and most sensitive matters affecting the Australian Government. In these roles your duties will include working with legal support staff and lawyers to prepare legal documents and general administrative tasks. For further information about the requirements of the roles, please refer to the role descriptions available on our recruitment portal. About you All roles require an ability to work full-time. Administrative Assistant (APS2) and Legal Administrative Assistant (APS3) To succeed in these roles, you will have: good attention to detail and a professional approach good organisational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks at once good written and verbal communication skills and judgement the ability to deliver high quality customer service good knowledge of common software applications (e.g. Word, Outlook, Adobe) the ability to be flexible and work as part of a team excellent word processing skills with a high level of accuracy. APS Level 2 roles are entry level positions. Previous administrative support experience is not essential, although it would be an advantage. Previous administrative support experience is required if applying at the APS3 Level. You will work with a community of professionals dedicated to the national interest. You will work collaboratively in an inclusive environment where everyone's contribution is valued, and success is rewarded. We offer our employees competitive remuneration packages, including 15.4% superannuation. With open door access to some of Australia's most respected lawyers, we are a developer of talent and critical thinking and you will partner with our clients to deliver creative solutions to current and emerging legal issues of national importance. AGS is a supportive organisation which embraces diversity. We understand that work is only part of your life and while our workplace can be demanding at times, we also provide access to a range of flexible working options, generous leave entitlements and wellbeing benefits to support your needs throughout your career. To apply To apply, please click the 'Apply' button. Applications close at 5:00pm (AEST) on Wednesday, 12 June 2024. Further enquiries Further information can be obtained by contacting Kim Da Pozzo, HR Business Partner on 02 6253 7272. • Thu, 30 MayAPS
Senior Research and Policy Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Utilise your research and policy expertise to provide support and advice to the Victorian Law Reform Commission branch 3x Ongoing or Fixed-Term, Full-Time opportunities to work with a high-performing and passionate team in the Victorian Public Service VPS Grade 5: $117,718 - $128,897 plus superannuation. About Us: There are exciting opportunities to contribute to the Victorian Law Reform Commission's latest inquiry - Artificial Intelligence in Victoria's courts and tribunals and to contribute to its community law reform work. The right candidate(s) will have highly developed legal and non-legal research skills and proven ability to analyse complex legal and policy issues. You will have a demonstrated ability to identify reform trends and develop options for improving law and practice. Complimenting these skills you will have highly developed writing skills, excellent oral communication, liaison and interpersonal skills, and an ability to work with external stakeholders. The Victorian Law Reform Commission, established by the Victorian Law Reform Commission Act 2000 (Vic),is an independent, government-funded organisation, and the peak law reform body in Victoria. It reports to the Attorney-General and the Parliament of Victoria in discharging its statutory functions. About the Role: This position is for an experienced senior research and policy officer. The work will predominantly be in legal research, stakeholder consultations and the production of law reform publications. You will have excellent legal research, policy and writing skills, be a good communicator and be able to work effectively in a small team. Relevant experience in the area of technology and the law, particularly artificial intelligence and its application to the legal sector or government decision making, is desirable. Some of your duties will include: Undertaking high-level legal and non-legal research into complex and diverse areas of the law and practice. Drafting publications for editing by the Team Leader and Commission Chairperson. Developing options and recommendations for reform of the law and practice. To learn more about this role before applying, please read the attached position description. About You: As an ideal candidate, you will possess: Highly developed legal and non-legal research skills and proven ability to conduct research into complex legal and policy issues. Evidence of highly developed writing skills including the ability to simplify and communicate complex issues of policy and law reform to a non-legal audience in a range of publications and formats. Ability to identify trends and opportunities for law and policy reform and develop options for improving law and practice. Demonstrated ability to collect, analyse, absorb, and manage large volumes of material and produce written work to agreed timetables. Experience of law reform processes and methodology. Experience of community consultation processes. How to Apply: Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening. If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad. FOR INTERNAL VPS EMPLOYEES: For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform. For all VPS employees, due to the new Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) policy, please apply through the JSE to be eligible to be considered for this position in the first round. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: CHILD SAFE STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT: The Department of Justice and Community Safety is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We seek to prevent harm of any kind impacting children and young people and have zero tolerance for racism, child abuse and inequality. Children and young people's rights, relationships, identity, and culture must be recognised and respected, their voices heard, and their concerns acted upon. We aim to foster a culturally safe, child safe and child friendly environment for all children and young people we have contact with, deliver services to, or are impacted by our work. • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
Legal Secretary - Patents » Australia - & Trade Mark Attorney firm The Role Our client is seeking a Patents Secretary. You will be supporting 1 - 2 Patent... Secretarial experience. The Firm / Salary Well established specialist Patent and Trademark Attorney firm located in the... • Thu, 30 MayEmpire Group$80000 - 90000 per year
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Lawyers - Information Law » Australia - The key duties of the position include Lawyers Information Law Lawyers (APS5 and APS6) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth Ongoing (permanent) and non-ongoing roles Opportunities exist for Dispute Resolution Lawyers to represent the Commonwealth in Information Law matters. About us Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) is the Australian Government's central legal practice and part of the Attorney-General's Department. AGS helps Commonwealth clients to manage legal issues, navigate new challenges and find solutions which deliver the best outcomes for Australia. We are a self-funded legal practice and compete for our work. AGS is unique. AGS is dedicated to the national interest and is a trusted advisor to Government. AGS is innovative. Drawing on an exceptional depth of experience and expertise, we assist the Australian Government in the development and implementation of solutions to legal issues that have national importance. AGS is diverse. With offices in every capital city and a team of 680 staff, including 470 lawyers, we work in more than 40 different areas of law related to government. About the roles The AGS Dispute Resolution practice (DR) is Australia's pre-eminent public law litigation practice. It has unrivalled experience and specialist expertise in providing dispute related legal advice and representation in every jurisdiction in Australia, across a diverse range of legal matters for Commonwealth agencies, including a very significant practice representing the Commonwealth's regulatory enforcement agencies, administrative law, tax litigation, employment law, torts law and information access law. AGS acts for the Commonwealth in the full range of disputes to which it is a party or in which it has an interest (including access to sensitive information) and advises on investigations including for law enforcement and national security agencies. DR also represents the Commonwealth before inquests, inquiries and royal commissions, and as the solicitor assisting royal commissions. In addition, DR has a specialist in-house counsel practice, led by Tim Begbie KC. In these roles you will: draft advice on aspects of the Privacy Act including evidence and submissions for tribunal and court proceedings prepare privacy impact assessments and privacy threshold assessments advise on privacy data breaches including cyber security data breaches draft advice on the application and interpretation of the FOI Act 1982 and the Archives Act 1983 , including evidence and submissions for tribunal and court proceedings appear before the AAT and conduct litigation in the Federal Court. For further information about the requirements of the roles please refer to the role descriptions available on our recruitment portal. About you These roles will suit Dispute Resolution Lawyers with litigation experience in Information Law litigation. The successful candidates will ideally have: generally, at least 1-5 years' post-admission experience in the relevant field experience in Administrative Law litigation and/or Information law matters understanding of Administrative Law and/or information law and the ability to clearly articulate technical arguments and draft advisory opinions experience and/or interest in solicitor advocacy and/or client training. You will work with a community of professionals dedicated to the national interest. You will work collaboratively in an inclusive environment where everyone's contribution is valued, and success is rewarded. We offer our lawyers commercially competitive remuneration packages, including 15.4% superannuation. With open door access to some of Australia's most respected lawyers, we are a developer of talent and critical thinking and you will partner with our clients to deliver creative solutions to current and emerging legal issues of national importance. AGS is a supportive organisation which embraces diversity. We understand that work is only part of your life and while our work can be demanding at times, we also provide access to a range of flexible working options, including working from home arrangements, generous leave entitlements and wellbeing benefits to support your needs throughout your career. To apply To apply, please click the 'Apply' button. Applications close at 5:00pm (AEST) on Sunday, 9 June 2024. Further enquiries Further information can be obtained by contacting Jill Mackay, Human Resources Business Partner on 02 9581 7568. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Various Opportunities - Strategy and Governance Branch » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - To obtain a copy of the Candidate Information Kit for this vacancy, please click on the 'Apply Online' button to the left of this advertisement. The key duties of the position include Employment Opportunity The Strategy and Governance Branch (SGB) is responsible for providing strategic analysis, advice and coordination to support the Attorney-General, portfolio ministers, the Attorney General's Department (AGD), and portfolio agencies. SGB provides a range of critical business support functions in the cabinet, legislation, parliamentary, ministerial, media, and communications spaces; manages AGD's governance and accountability arrangements, including freedom of information, privacy, and risk management; and leads work on business improvement initiatives, strategic policy projects, stakeholder engagement, and the department's approach to Transformation and Integrity. SGB is seeking talented and enthusiastic officers with a strong client service focus to join us in a range of coordination, secretariat, strategic and specialist roles. Every role in SGB provides business-critical support to the portfolio, helping the department and portfolio can deliver high-quality and high-impact outcomes for the Australian people. By joining SGB you will become part of a dynamic and supportive team committed to their work and to the mission and values of the department and the Australian Public Service. Working in SGB will broaden your perspective and skill set, expand your knowledge of core government functions and high priority activities across government, and develop relationships and networks within the department, with the Attorney-General's Office, and externally. You will gain a birds-eye-view of the work of the department, and work closely with staff across the department to achieve results in a fast-paced environment. If you enjoy solving complex problems, developing new skills, working collaboratively with people at all levels and turning ideas into action, you are encouraged to apply for a role with SGB. How you can help us make a difference We seek people who bring external ideas, diverse experience, and global perspectives, and are willing to explore innovative ways of working. People who work for us will display leadership at all levels, apply information effectively in order to solve problems, and work collaboratively to achieve outcomes. We are looking for people to contribute to: - Ministerial and Executive Support - Governance Office - Cabinet, Legislation and Parliamentary - Strategic Policy & Priorities Our ideal candidate will: Show initiative, demonstrate sound judgment, take responsibility to drive outcomes across all their work, manage risks and escalate where needed to support the delivery of key priorities for the department. Communicate clearly and confidently across different audiences and at all levels, including with the senior executive and the minister's office. Understand and distil problems to develop solutions in a fast-paced, fluid and ambiguous environment. Build and maintain strong and trusting relationships across a range of stakeholders, balancing stakeholder needs with the interests of the department and government more broadly. Be an agile and flexible operator, and have the organisational skills to be able to balance competing priorities across multiple projects. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Manager - Child Protection Conferencing » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Dispute Resolution BranchAt the DRB, we are committed to investing in our staff and working with them to develop their careers. As our staff progress through their careers, we offer a range of learning opportunities to support the development of their technical expertise, interpersonal and professional skills, and management and leadership capability. We encourage our staff to take responsibility for their learning and professional development. All DRB staff are encouraged to become nationally accredited mediators, and to use and build their mediator skills in addition to their job specific skills. Technical skills, abilities and cultural capability- Provide strategic and operational leadership and management of the Child Protection Conferencing (CPC) team throughout Queensland in accordance with relevant legislation, directives, policy and procedures;- Ensure the delivery of best practice dispute resolution services in the context of CPC and to ensure a trauma informed, culturally appropriate consistent and coordinated approach to the provision of conferences;- Consult, liaise and collaborate with key stakeholders, relevant government and non-government agencies involved in CPC to build strong working relationships, anticipate and respond to client and stakeholder needs, including needs of diverse communities, and manage expectations;- Provide leadership, guidance and supervision to a state-wide panel of Conference Convenors, ensuring they make use of individual and team capabilities, are trained, equipped and supported in their role to ensure quality outcomes for children;- Manage the human, financial and information resources of the CPC team and service to ensure timely and financially responsible delivery of service throughout the state and to enrich our culture of respect and inclusion.- Initiate and drive the design, development and implementation of efficient and effective business processes and systems for CPC, ensuring high performance;- Manage the collection, collation and analysis of performance measurement data for Departmental reporting purposes, external reporting and internal management purposes;- Contribute to a positive team culture, focusing on collaboration, health and wellbeing, communication, providing complex case advice and making the service more accessible to people from diverse backgrounds including First Nations people;- Undertake other duties as identified by the Director. How to applyApply via Smart Jobs and submit:- Your resume (3 - 4 pages recommended).- A cover letter (maximum 2 pages) explaining why you would like to work for us, and how your skills and experience meet the requirements for the role.- It is recommended that your letter be in Arial Font size 11 for ease of reading by the panel. Should you need support with your application and / or interview for this role, please contact the person nominated at the top of the role description to discuss your needs. We are happy to assist where we can. Valuing equity and diversityThe Department of Justice and Attorney-General values equity and diversity. Please include information in your application that will help us understand how you could contribute to our workforce diversity. Let us know if we can help you participate in the recruitment process. Our commitment to cultural safety, equity and diversity means that our selection decisions are not influenced by whether an applicant needs assistance or a subsequent workplace adjustment. • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Principal Procurement Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key responsibilities Lead strategic sourcing initiatives for high value, high risk, and complex categories/commodities, developing procurement strategies maximising departmental benefits. Oversee supplier selection and negotiation processes, involving key stakeholders to ensure alignment with operational needs and stakeholder requirements. Support the manager in mentoring and managing procurement staff, facilitating their professional development and ensuring effective performance. Cultivate and manage strong networks and relationships with key stakeholders and team members within the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. Develop and uphold procurement policies and procedures aligning with legislative acts, government policies, and departmental guidelines, including adherence to whole-of-government policies. Provide senior management level expertise in procurement practices, offering high- level advice to clients and customers. Contribute to the formulation of the department's Corporate Procurement Plan and Forward Procurement Schedule, enhancing procurement governance. Represent the Department in pertinent Queensland Government forums, influencing the development of governmental policies and guidelines. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567737/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Various Opportunities - Strategy and Governance Branch - APS Level 4 to APS Level 6 » Canberra, ACT - to support the Attorney-General, portfolio ministers, the Attorney Generals Department (AGD), and portfolio agencies. SGB..., and develop relationships and networks within the department, with the Attorney-Generals Office, and externally. You will gain... • Tue, 28 MayAttorney-General's Department$74679 - 105669 per year
Graduate Psychosocial » Keswick, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597351 Location: 5035 - KESWICK Job status: Long Term Contract... SafeWork SA is a business unit within Attorney-General’s Department and is responsible for providing work, health and safety... • Mon, 27 MayGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
Cabinet Services Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/567098/24 Closing date 06-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Adam Denaro Contact details Phone: 0459 944 053 Access the National Relay Service The Cabinet Legislation and Liaison Office provides the highest quality support to the offices of the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence and the Director-General, DJAG in regard to the administrative processes associated with Cabinet. Your key responsibilities: Assist the Director and CLLO in the coordinating and managing the functions of the CLLO Office through the provision of leadership, expert advice, training and support on Cabinet procedures and processes. Review and critically evaluation submissions and briefing notes to ensure quality, relevance and appropriateness and that such documents have been developed in accordance with government guidelines. Assist the Director and CLLO through the provision of high level specialist services in relation to ensuring the timely and accurate coordination and management of all aspects of the Attorney-General's Cabinet and Cabinet Committee business including briefing notes and other documentation. Assist with the management and coordination of the legislation program for the Justice portfolio; including the management and coordination of the expiry of subordinate legislation made under the Statutory Instruments Act 1992. Ensure the secure storage, handling and dissemination of Cabinet documents within DJAG in compliance with the Governing Queensland Suite, particularly the Cabinet Handbook and relevant guidelines. Applications to remain current for 12 months Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 567098 24 Role Description (Word, 333KB) • Mon, 27 MayQueensland Government
Assistant Crown Solicitor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification SO Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/566266/24 Closing date 11-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Philippa Mott Contact details Phone: 07 3031 5850 Access the National Relay Service The Assistant Crown Solicitor's key responsibilities include; Contribute as part of the leadership community of Crown Law to the development of the annual business plan and communicate this to the Practice and support the vision of Crown Law. Provide up to date, expert and authoritative professional legal advice in relation to the particular specialist field of law of the team to all client areas within the Queensland Government. Sponsor the strategies contained in the business pillars of Crown Law. Manage and supervise the day to day operations of a specialist legal team that is customer focused, results oriented and commercially based, including responsibility for the oversight of all of the team's legal matters. Respond to and manage any client queries and complaints on behalf of the team. Approve and sign all legal advices issued by the team, and approve all briefings of counsel by the team. Execute court documents on behalf of the Crown Solicitor relating to the team's files. Build the business of Crown Law by proactively meeting with clients and undertaking reinvestment activities back into the Practice including undertaking the role of a client manager for nominated clients. Ensure Crown Law's commitment to a performance culture is maintained by dealing with performance issues in a proactive and timely manner including compliance with ss 40(2) and (3) of the Public Sector Act 2022, providing development opportunities to direct reports, being involved in induction activities, mentoring staff throughout the organisation and ensuring the performance management framework is implemented in the relevant teams. Provide a supportive environment where team members strive to achieve best practice, and where information is communicated and shared freely. Ensure that the productivity and revenue targets of the team and individual team members are met and report to Crown Law's Strategic Leadership Team on financial performance. Oversee all client billing of the team. Act as an expert source of advice to team members on complex and sensitive legal matters. Brief the Attorney-General in relation to urgent or key issues. Prepare and submit urgent Cabinet and ministerial submissions. Conduct and/or oversee the provision of training for Crown Law's clients and prospective clients in relation to the Assistant Crown Solicitor's areas of expertise. Ensure appropriate allocation of work practices within the team is in place and that the correct level of resources is utilized to meet customer requirements. Leads a specialist team effectively, takes unpopular stands if necessary and supports and implements the decisions of the Strategic Leadership Team. As required, participate in the annual quality assurance external assessment on behalf of their team to support Crown Law's Quality Assurance Legal Best Practice LAW9000. Participate in and maintain a proactive approach to Self Development, including: Achievement of CPD points; and Participation in feedback processes such as 360◦. Comply at all times with the office standards, including: The client service charter; The requirement to meet set targets for billable hours; and Quality and timeliness measures. Job Ad Reference: QLD/566266/24 Closing Date: Tuesday, 11 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. applicant-information-package (1) (Word, 295KB) 566266 24 - Role description (Word, 337KB) • Mon, 27 MayQueensland Government
Senior Client Services Officer » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 598252 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract...-performing and motivated individuals through this process. About the Business The Attorney-General’s Department (AGD... • Sun, 26 MayGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
Production Support Analyst » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597121 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Long Term Contract... that will assist in meeting the overall AGD objectives. For more information about the Attorney-General’s Department and also Justice... • Sun, 26 MayGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
Senior Operations Officer » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 598230 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract... competing priorities. About the Business The Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) provides a range of legal, regulatory... • Sun, 26 MayGovernment of South Australia$75430 - 79070 per year
Business Manager » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597224 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract... Australian Government are appropriately represented in both contexts. About the Business The Attorney-General’s Department... • Sun, 26 MayGovernment of South Australia$84522 - 94003 per year
Application Services Manager » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597086 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Ongoing Eligibility: Open..., leading and managing the efficient and effective delivery of ICT application services and support for the Attorney General... • Sun, 26 MayGovernment of South Australia$125970 per year
Wills and Estates : Senior Associate Opportunity » Australia - for this role. You will be expert in all areas of estate planning including wills, enduring powers of attorney, trusts... • Sat, 25 MayEmpire Group
Special Counsel - Private Client » Brisbane, QLD - trusts, SMSFs) Planning and drafting of Wills Handling general and Enduring Powers of Attorney Managing tax issues in... Front-end exposure to drafting wills, testamentary trusts and enduring Powers of Attorney trust deed variations and binding... • Sat, 25 MayCooper Grace Ward
Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner » Ringwood, VIC - agreements. They must be a registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner with the Attorney General’s Dept... • Sat, 25 MayEACH
Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner » Ringwood, Maroondah Area - Job Description Ringwood Full-time preferred or part-time 0.8 FTE Generous Salary Packaging benefits of up to $18,550 Join our team at Ringwood Family Relationship Centre (FRC) where you'll play a pivotal role in supporting families through all stages of their relationships, including during separation. As a Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP), you'll conduct assessments and facilitate sessions with separating and separated parents, focusing on the best interests of the children involved as defined in legislation. You'll have the opportunity to provide assessment and mediation relating to financial and property matters, assessing suitability and ongoing needs, conducting risk assessments, and engaging support or specialist services as required. This role also includes assisting with intake and facilitating general information sessions, with the chance to co-facilitate the Parenting Orders Program Group. At Ringwood FRC, you'll work within a multidisciplinary team to provide a suite of services to our clients, including counseling and child-inclusive practice. With a negotiated limited hybrid office-based and work-from-home option available, you'll have the flexibility to manage your work-life balance effectively. To view a copy of the full Position Description, click here . Alternatively, for more information please contact Kerrie Bertridge on kbetridgeeach.com.au What’s In It For You? Culture: Engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment Some flexibility in work arrangements to support a positive work-life balance Salary/SP Benefits: Generous Not-for-Profit Salary Packaging of up to $15,900 free income tax per year – I’m not sure how much salary packaging is available. Up to $2,650 additional tax-free money to spend towards meals and entertainment Professional Development Opportunities: Professional development and mentoring Clinical supervision Opportunities to continuously grow and develop Leave Entitlements/Policies: 4 weeks paid annual leave, sick/ carers leave Family/Domestic Violence & Community Service Leave Opportunity to purchase additional leave About You We are seeking a highly skilled individual who can expertly navigate complex family dynamics and legal frameworks. The ideal candidate will excel in engaging with clients in high-conflict situations, employing a range of strategies to facilitate productive discussions and document agreements. They must be a registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner with the Attorney General’s Dept. They will possess a keen ability to assess risks and maintain a future-focused approach, all while supporting clients in developing healthier communication strategies. Neutrality, effective communication, and cultural sensitivity are paramount, as is the capacity to manage challenging situations with empathy and respect. The candidate should demonstrate a commitment to excellence in client service, with strong organizational skills and a proactive, innovative mindset. If you are passionate about making a positive impact in challenging environments and possess these skills, we invite you to apply. • Sat, 25 MayEACH
Finance Analyst » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 596708 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract... applicants available to work either 0.5 or up to 0.8 FTE. About the Business The Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) provides... • Fri, 24 MayGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
SFSS - Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner - Fortitude Valley » Brisbane, QLD - Attorney Generalu0027s Department. Understanding of the Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners Regulations within the Family... • Fri, 24 MayCentacare Brisbane
Sexual Assault Counsellor (DFV Specialist) » Mackay, QLD - by the Department of Justice and Attorney General (DJAG). It is co-located with another not-for-profit charitable... • Fri, 24 MayChandler Macleod
Paralegal » Toorak, Stonnington Area - Position Title: Paralegal Company: Georgy Legal Location: Level 3, 489 Toorak Rd, Toorak VIC 3142 About Us: At Georgy Legal, we are entrusted by our clients with the preparation of their succession plans through the creation of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and all aspects of estate planning. Our clients are high net worth individuals, family groups and business owners, requiring meticulous quality of work, strategic advice, and a warm nurturing approach to service delivery. We are currently seeking a detail-oriented and enthusiastic Paralegal to support our growing company. Details about the Role: Reporting directly to Chantelle Georgy in a fast-paced boutique law firm, this position is ideal for a person with an interest in managing legal files from end-to-end, has an eye for detail and enjoys letter-writing and drafting legal documents. The day-to-day function of the role will include general administration extending to diary management and client and referrer communication. The successful candidate will play a vital role in all aspects of our estate planning and deceased estate matters. To be successful in the role, you will have: ​ Proven experience working as a paralegal or in a legal support role. ​ Excellent written and verbal communication skills ​ The ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritise work effectively. ​ Strong research and analytical skills with high attention to detail. ​ Proficiency in legal research tools and software applications. ​ Knowledge of legal terminology, procedures, and documentation. ​ Familiarity with court rules and procedures. ​ Proficiency in MS Office ​ The ability to work in a fast-paced environment and remain calm under pressure. ​ A demonstrated professionalism and the ability to work independently and collaboratively. ​ 2 years experience in the legal industry is necessary. What we Offer: For the right candidate, this role offers a unique opportunity to fast track your career progression within our supportive boutique firm culture, all while operating with a referral network of ASX-listed financial institutions, and specialist referrers. We offer the opportunity to work flexibly, and our office is located in the stunning St Germain building, with a range of perks and benefits to enhance your overall work experience. If you have a can-do attitude, an eye for detail, and a passion for being the backbone of an organisation, we would love to hear from you. Please apply with your resume and cover letter using the "Apply" button. Georgy Legal is an Equal Opportunity employer. All applications will be considered without regard to race, gender, disability, or age. Closing date: 30/06/2024 • Fri, 24 MayGeorgy Legal
Experienced Legal Secretary / Probate Clerk - Wills & Probate » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Fantastic opportunity for an experienced Legal Secretary / Probate Clerk Our client is looking for an experienced Probate Clerk/Wills and Estates Secretary. This is an exceptional opportunity to begin a fresh challenge with a friendly firm where you will quickly feel part of their team. In this role, you will form part of a team. In this team, you will work alongside a Partner, running estate files and drafting Wills and POAs. This firm has a fun and community focused culture. You will have job satisfaction and the option of many benefits the firm has to offer. You will work for a firm that has a positive, stimulating work environment. Typical duties may include: Preparing Wills and Leases; Enduring Powers of Attorney and Probate; Managing Probate files from start to finish; Preparing Supreme Court documents to obtain a Grant of Probate; Preparing distribution statements; Lodging forms; Preparing Application; Managing client contact database; Liaising with clients, lawyers and other staff. To be successful in this role, you will have previous experience as a Legal Secretary/Probate Clerk. Benefits: Competitive salary Genuine career progression opportunities Friendly, dynamic and down to earth environment A fun and community focused culture Monthly team lunches Offices close to public transport How to Apply To apply for this role, please submit your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively, you can contact Jackie Brooks on (03) 9077 7491 / Jackieengagepersonnel.com.au for a confidential chat. Not quite what you’re looking for? Please touch base, as we have many more opportunities that are not advertised. All communication will be strictly confidential • Thu, 23 MayEngage Personnel
AO3 Customer Experience and Delivery » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - Ignite your Government Career by assisting and empowering Queenslanders to plan and prepare for key life events. Ignite your Government Career by assisting and empowering Queenslanders to plan and prepare for key life events. $46.27 per hour super Through to EOFY with a possible extension Regional, hybrid role A household name, this Qld Statutory Authority delivers financial decision-making advocacy, education and financial services to its clients. Entering this role, you will utilse your high level of customer service and ability to communicate at all levels. On a daily basis you will: Work with customers to develop a consultative and mutually respectful relationship that will create a sense of ownership regarding outcomes. Deliver clear and regular communication around set timeframes. Work collaboratively where possible with the customers support networks when making decisions in the best interests of the customer. Maintain a customer caseload including file management Develop a knowledge of the law as it applied to deceased estate administration, Trusts, Will and Power of Attorney in Qld. Work within a supportive team committing to your own and others health and safety in the office. In this role you will be dealing with customers who may be dealing with grief, a disability, seen or hidden, or has reached a point of financial need where they require urgent assistance. A high level of professionalism coupled with the ability to remain calm, and efficient in urgent requests is tantamount to success. To be successful in this role you will be Outcome driven. Detail orientated. A proven team player. A quick and agile learner. A change agent. Working to set standards and maintaining compliance. Please note a current criminal history check, or the ability to obtain one, will be required for this role. To be considered for this role, please forward your resume in WORD format along with a cover letter quoting reference ARCEAD to applywindsor-group.com.au or contact Annette Rafter on 07 3211 0001. Windsor Group is committed to equal employment opportunities and providing a safe, inclusive and supportive workplace where individuals and diversity are encouraged. Windsor Group is a social enterprise providing expert advice, HR services, executive search and recruitment services for executive, permanent and temporary/contract roles across commercial, government and nonprofit sectors. • Thu, 23 MayWindsor Group
Family Dispute Resolutions Practitioner » Wagga Wagga Region, New South Wales - PSS Manager needed to lead and develop teams providing family dispute resolution and support services for separated families in ACT/South Coast. Role Overview: We are looking for a dedicated PSS Manager to oversee our Post Separation Services (PSS). This includes family dispute resolution (FDR), family relationship services, senior relationship services, and other support for separated or separating families. The role also involves managing the Children's Contact Service (CCS). Responsibilities: Lead and develop practitioners delivering specialist services, handling both operational and administrative management. Manage resources to ensure high standards of care, including performance, rosters, and leave planning. Lead the development, management, reporting, and evaluation of team activities against targets and governance requirements. Ensure accurate client data collection and support program evaluation and service improvement based on client feedback and emerging research. Contribute to policy development, implementation, and maintaining professional standards for the team in collaboration with the Director PSS. Engage stakeholders and identify innovative opportunities for the client group with the Senior Leadership Team. Coordinate performance management, orientation, training, and support learning and development needs for staff and trainees. Commit to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people, supporting the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations Essential Criteria: Relevant qualification and registration/membership with AHPRA, AASW, PACFA, or ACA Level 2 or above. Experience in leading, managing, and supervising staff, particularly mediators and family dispute resolution practitioners in the community sector or Government. Clinical practice experience in family dispute resolution, including systemic frameworks. Skills in mediation, child-inclusive practice, crisis intervention, grief and loss in family separation, child development, mandatory reporting, and knowledge of the Family Law Act 1975. Understanding of family violence drivers, assessment, and risk management, using a systematic framework. Ability to collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to facilitate smooth client transitions to other services or supports. Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills, along with computer and data literacy. Knowledge of issues facing minority and diverse communities, with the ability to respond respectfully, especially with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Desirable: FDRP registration with the Attorney-General’s Department. Requirements: Current NSW Working with Children Check Prepared to undertake a police check. HENDERSON HEALTHCARE: Henderson Healthcare is a specialist consultancy that assists in matching skilled candidates to their perfect and desired job. Here at Henderson Healthcare, we offer specialist consultants in the field of Healthcare to assist you in finding your next dream job Apply NOW for competitive salaries and a supportive workplace To apply please email your resume to jaydonhendersonhealthcare.com.au or apply now If you want to find out more, please call Jaydon on 08 6154 6919 for a confidential chat today • Thu, 23 MayHenderson Recruitment Pty Ltd t/a Henderson Healthcare
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Family Law and Estate Planning Lawyer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - This is a fantastic opportunity to work across family law and wills & estates on a range of complex matters Our client Our client is a multidisciplinary firm, who cover family law, wills and estates, commercial law, trade mark law, and litigation. They have a tightknit team in a beautiful office location. They are a firm who are proud of the longevity within their team, they want you to stick around for the long-run. This is a very positive environment to work within, everyone in the team gets on really well and work together efficiently. The opportunity In this position, you will work on family law files (parenting and property), estate matters, wills and Power of Attorney, and probate applications. You will have direct client contact in this role, servicing a variety of clients spanning from wealthy individuals to general mum & dad files. You will play a role in providing mentorship to a trainee in the team, and will work collaboratively with your peers. In addition to this, you will receive exceptional mentorship directly from the firm’s experienced Partner. The benefits The benefits to joining this firm are amazing Some include: Work in their new office location, modern and beautiful working environment Flexible working conditions Attractive salary on offer Mentorship and support from an experienced Partner Work on a collaborative and high-performing team Gain experience servicing a broad range of clients Learn how to be a mentor for junior staff and develop your leadership skills How to Apply To apply for this role, please submit your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively, you can contact Amanda Hickey on (03) 9077 7491 / amandaengagepersonnel.com.au for a confidential chat. Not quite what you’re looking for? Please touch base, as we have many more opportunities that are not advertised. All communication will be strictly confidential • Wed, 22 MayEngage Personnel
Assistant Crown Solicitor » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Assistant Crown Solicitor's key responsibilities include; - Contribute as part of the leadership community of Crown Law to the development of the annual business plan and communicate this to the Practice and support the vision of Crown Law. - Provide up to date, expert and authoritative professional legal advice in relation to the particular specialist field of law of the team to all client areas within the Queensland Government. - Sponsor the strategies contained in the business pillars of Crown Law. - Manage and supervise the day to day operations of a specialist legal team that is customer focused, results oriented and commercially based, including responsibility for the oversight of all of the team's legal matters. - Respond to and manage any client queries and complaints on behalf of the team. - Approve and sign all legal advices issued by the team, and approve all briefings of counsel by the team. - Execute court documents on behalf of the Crown Solicitor relating to the team's files. - Build the business of Crown Law by proactively meeting with clients and undertaking reinvestment activities back into the Practice including undertaking the role of a client manager for nominated clients. Ensure Crown Law's commitment to a performance culture is maintained by dealing with performance issues in a proactive and timely manner including compliance with ss 40(2) and (3) of the Public Sector Act 2022, providing development opportunities to direct reports, being involved in induction activities, mentoring staff throughout the organisation and ensuring the performance management framework is implemented in the relevant teams. - Provide a supportive environment where team members strive to achieve best practice, and where information is communicated and shared freely. - Ensure that the productivity and revenue targets of the team and individual team members are met and report to Crown Law's Strategic Leadership Team on financial performance. - Oversee all client billing of the team. - Act as an expert source of advice to team members on complex and sensitive legal matters. - Brief the Attorney-General in relation to urgent or key issues. - Prepare and submit urgent Cabinet and ministerial submissions. - Conduct and/or oversee the provision of training for Crown Law's clients and prospective clients in relation to the Assistant Crown Solicitor's areas of expertise. - Ensure appropriate allocation of work practices within the team is in place and that the correct level of resources is utilized to meet customer requirements. - Leads a specialist team effectively, takes unpopular stands if necessary and supports and implements the decisions of the Strategic Leadership Team. - As required, participate in the annual quality assurance external assessment on behalf of their team to support Crown Law's Quality Assurance Legal Best Practice LAW9000. Participate in and maintain a proactive approach to Self Development, including: - Achievement of CPD points; and - Participation in feedback processes such as 360◦. Comply at all times with the office standards, including: - The client service charter; - The requirement to meet set targets for billable hours; and - Quality and timeliness measures. Job Ad Reference: QLD/566266/24 Closing Date: Tuesday, 11 June 2024 • Wed, 22 MayQueensland Government
Multiple Roles in Family, Wills & Estates and Property Law » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - We are recruiting for a range of roles in Family, Wills & Estates, and Property Law. Firms varying in size We are currently recruiting for a number of exciting roles across all areas of law. Our clients span from well-known and highly regarded law firms to established boutique law firms. These firms are located all across Melbourne, and have beautiful, modern and sophisticated offices. Mix of firms’ mid-tier to boutique Work closely with highly esteemed Partners Receive amazing benefits, rewards, and recognition Below, the roles we are currently recruiting for are listed: Family Law Family Lawyer | 2 yrs PAE | CBD (more roles available in CBD) This firm specialises in Family Law; they are providing countless opportunities for career progression. Work closely with experienced Partners on each matter, and gain invaluable mentorship. Family Lawyer | 3 yrs PAE | Thornbury This firm is looking for an experienced Family Lawyer to bring their expertise to the table. You will work on complex and stimulating matters within a dynamic and high-performing team of like-minded lawyers. Family Lawyer | 2-5 yrs PAE | GEELONG Join this beautiful and modern firm located near the beach with wonderful surroundings. Report directly to a Partner with over two decades of amazing experience. Be part of a close-knit team where you will be valued and supported. Property Law Property & Development Lawyer | 2-4 yrs PAE | CBD This is a well-known firm located in the CBD. You will work on large-scale property and development matters, with elements of commercial law included. In this firm, you will gain so much knowledge and experience that will set you up for the rest of your career. Corporate, Commercial & Property Lawyer | 2 yrs PAE | Emerald/Belgrave Work closely with an experienced Partner and a junior lawyer, with an amazing support system in place to see you reach your full potential in this role. This is a busy role where you would be consistently working on stimulating and interesting matters. Leasing Lawyer| 2-4 yrs PAE | CBD Join a very reputable mid-tier law firm located in Melbourne’s CBD. You will become part of a highly efficient team of lawyers who will support you on all matters. In this role, you will be working on commercial and retail leases. Wills & Estates Wills & Estates Lawyer | 3 yrs PAE | Scoresby This firm covers matters such as Wills & Estates matters, Powers of Attorney, litigation for estates, conveyancing, leasing matters. You will be working in a small but inclusive and diverse team, providing a friendly working environment. Wills & Estates Lawyer | 2 yrs PAE | Ringwood Work alongside and closely with skilled practitioners in an accomplished team. This is a firm that will allow you to flourish in your role, and push you to reach your full potential. You will be working on interesting matters and consistently keeping busy. Wills & Estates Lawyer | 2 yrs PAE | Elsternwick Join a warm and welcoming team located in Elsternwick. This is a friendly team that make up a positive environment for your day-to-day practice. Along with wills & estates, you will also play a role in property, commercial, business advisory, and family. Wills & Estates Lawyer | 4-6 yrs PAE | Croydon Join a small practice located in Croydon where you will be able to work both autonomously and as part of a friendly and dynamic team. You will have involvement in drafting wills, Power of Attorney, part 4 claims etc. These firms are offering a number of benefits along with these roles Benefits include: WFH options, flexible working environment Opportunity for career progression and further development Gain mentorship and learn from the best in the business Experience amazing social events and functions Be part of an amazing work culture and be a priority On top of these amazing opportunities, we continue to have new and exciting roles become available every day – so if you are interested in finding out more, please do not hesitate to touch base to find out more To apply for this role, please send your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively for additional information, please contact Amanda Hickey from Engage Personnel at amandaengagepersonnel.com.au All communication will be strictly confidential • Tue, 21 MayEngage Personnel
Paralegal Pool » Adelaide, SA - Attorney-General's Department Job reference: 597073 Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE Job status: Short Term Contract... is committed to the highest ethical and professional standards. For more information about the Attorney-General’s Department... • Sun, 19 MayGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
SFSS - Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner » Gold Coast, QLD - of current registration as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner with the Attorney Generalu0027s Department. Understanding... • Sat, 18 MayCentacare Brisbane
Senior IP Lawyer - Litigation » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Bring your IP skills to this award winning boutique law firm | Impressive list of SME to large corporate clients | Relaxed, flexible work arrangements About the firm: This Queensland based boutique IP law firm is headed by an energetic and highly regarded Partner with a stable of clients from very large corporates through to start ups. The firm has done very well in recent years and continues to build an outstanding reputation in IP law, providing highly commercial and tailored advice and solutions to its clients. About the role: As part of this boutique IP practice, your day to day will see you work in a small, collegiate team across: IP advice and litigation; commercialisation advice and agreement drafting from licence agreements through to commercialisation strategies; various technology contract negotiation and drafting; trademark advice, registration and infringement work; work for a range of clients from large corporate and government clients as well as startups; advising on associated commercial advice from structurng to shareholder agreements and employment contracts; and supporting the firm's marketing - mostly content generation. Skills/Experience: To be considered for this role you will have: 3-15 years' post admission experience in IP/IT law; if you have some practice or contact you will be rewarded with an excellent profit share system; a high level of maturity and business sense allowing you to provide pragmatic, commercial advice to your clients; legally qualified candidates with a dual law/IT degree, IT background, patent/trademark attorney backround will be highly regarded. Benefits: Awaiting you is: a relaxed but highly professional workplace; an experienced, impressive team; an attractive salary package plus bonus; and promotion opportunities based on your potential and abilities rather than timelines and rigid rules. How to apply: For more information about this role please call Peter Liaw at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0422805803 , quoting reference number 3307538 . To submit an application, please click below. Please submit your resume in Word format only. Peppercorn Recruitment - a partnership between two of Brisbane's most connected and experienced legal, risk and compliance recruiters and you. For more jobs head to our website, www.peppercornrecruitment.com.au • Sat, 18 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Member - Professional Standards Council of Victoria » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Appointment to the Professional Standards Council of Victoria - Expressions of Interest The Hon Jaclyn Symes MP, Attorney-General, seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified persons for appointment as a member of the Professional Standards Council of Victoria. About the Professional Standards Council of Victoria The Professional Standards Councils are independent statutory bodies with powers to assess and approve applications from occupational associations for professional standards schemes that limit the civil liability of members. The Councils play a key role in improving professional standards and protecting consumers by: Monitoring how well associations and their members meet the standards demanded by their professional standards schemes Providing Ministers with advice regarding the professional standards of members of associations, including the operation of professional standards schemes Encouraging and assisting the development of associations' regulation of their members and the protection of consumers Delivering research, resources, advice and information on professional standards and regulation Determining future projects to build the capacity of associations to protect consumers and improve professional standards. • Sat, 18 MayVictorian Government Board Appointments
Specialist DFV Practitioner - QPS Embedded Specialist Model » South Brisbane, Brisbane - Micah Projects is a community based not-for-profit organisation with a vision to create justice and respond to injustice at the personal, social, and structural levels in church, government, business, and society. We believe that every child and adult has the right to a home, an income, healthcare, education, safety, dignity, and connection with their community of choice. Micah Projects provides a range of support and advocacy services to individuals and families. Job Description Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS) is a specialist domestic violence service for the Brisbane metropolitan region. The primary role of BDVS is to provide free and confidential services to women and children, partners in an intimate relationship and family members who are affected by domestic or family violence. BDVS provides a range of services by a multidisciplinary team, in different locations across Brisbane. These include outreach and mobile services that meet people in locations which are safe and suitable to their circumstances, whether that be at home or in the community. BDVS is funded by the Department of Justice and Attorney General to lead the facilitation of collaboration between agencies and systems, which assist in the protection and safety of women, children and any person experiencing domestic and family violence. BDVS recognises that to meet this objective, there needs to be a proactive and integrated approach to supporting all agencies to fulfil their role and responsibility and to ensure the safety in intimate relationships, homes and in our community. As the Specialist DFV Practitioner you will work as part of the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service team, working in close partnership with QPS, to deliver a range of activities aimed at improving the safety of victim-survivors of all genders presenting to police stations. The position will also contribute to improving service system integration between QPS and other agencies. Note: These positions are embedded within Police Stations, some travel to and from may be required (as applicable). There are three fixed term full time positions until 30 June 2026 with conditions and salary at Level 5 of the SCHADS Award. Desired Skills and Experience You should have relevant experience and appropriate qualification such as social work, psychology, criminology or another related field, or equivalent experience. Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to apply current theory and practice relating to domestic and family violence and a gendered analysis of this issue, including using a trauma informed approach to support and advocacy, including ability to conduct risk assessments, develop plans around safety and needs identified is essential to this position. More information about the role and to learn more about the key selection criteria, select the link to the Position Description . If you would like to attend an information session regarding this position, An information session for this role will be held on Wednesday June 5 2024. Follow the link to see more information and registration information. Benefits of working at Micah Projects Join a well recognised multidisciplinary organisation Salary Packaging option up to $15,899, increasing your take-home pay (additional meals and entertainment card option up to $2,650) Access to other employee benefits and wellbeing hub Ongoing professional development opportunities, including further training, so you can broaden your horizons and sharpen your skillset during your time with us How to Apply If you believe that you have interest, passion, and desire to make a difference in people’s lives, please visit the Micah Projects Careers Page to apply for this position. Please supply a Resume/CV and a covering letter/email addressing the Key Responsibilities and Essential Criteria (maximum of 2 pages), along with any other relevant documentation. While the deadline to receive applications is 5pm, Monday 10th June 2024, applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying Micah Projects is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and encourage applications from people of all abilities and life experiences. We also encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply. • Sat, 18 MayMicah Projects
Law Partner-Perth » Sydney, Sydney Region - Oversee law office business operations, including establishing the law firm structure, communicating and enforcing team values, and contributing . Oversee law office business operations, including establishing the law firm structure, communicating and enforcing team values, and contributing to strategic business decisions to achieve our overall company goals Recruit, hire, train, motivate, and develop senior attorneys, associate attorneys, paralegals, and support staff to strengthen our legal team Ensure that the firm is achieving its short-term and long-term goals and client satisfaction by evaluating productivity and quality of service and making recommendations for improvement Establish the financial strategy of the law firm by adequately distributing funds across the company, monitoring the monthly budget, anticipating requirements and trends, and evaluating the results Build the firm’s credibility, business development, and public relations opportunities by planning, organizing, and speaking at events such as webinars, media events, marketing initiatives, etc. Represent and grow your caseload (particularly complex cases) to continue your practice as an attorney • Sat, 18 MayPurple Patch Consulting
FDR Practitioner / FRC Case Worker (FDRP Pathway) » Townsville, Townsville Region - Centacare North Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation that provides counselling, family support, mediation, family dispute resolution, disability services, education and courses, crisis housing and homelessness support, youth services, community engagement and NDIS services. Centacare services the North Queensland community from offices in Townsville, Ayr, Mt Isa, Cloncurry and Normanton. This role is an amazing opportunity for someone interested in gaining their FDRP accreditation Benefits you will enjoy: SCHADS Level 4 Salary until you gain your FDRP Accreditation and then move to a SCHADS Level 6 Generous NFP Salary Sacrifice Options 5 Weeks Annual Leave 17.5% leave loading Birthday Leave Other Above Award Benefits Extensive support and investment in your Professional Development Job Description The FRC Case Worker is responsible for providing information, support, counselling and mediation for separating couples and their children and assisting families to focus on the best interests of the children. Centacare North Queensland will support the position with access to study leave opportunities and assistance with the purchase of course-related resources where required. Upon accreditation by the Commonwealth Department of Attorney-General, the position will provide a pathway to a substantive role in the Family Relationship Centre as an FDRP paid at a SCHADS Level 6 Joining a values-driven, supportive and inclusive team, you will: Undertake case management with couples, families and individuals Conduct intake, risk and needs assessments of clients and make appropriate referrals as necessary Ensure recommendations and related practices comply with the Family Law Act 1975 (the Act) and the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008 (the FDRP Regulations) and other legislative requirements Apply knowledge of relevant theoretical models and frameworks (child development and child-focused mediation) to ensure support appropriate to client needs Maintain appropriate files, records and complete other required documentation within the agency guidelines Complete course of study in Graduate Diploma (FDRP) and undertake professional development requirements towards obtaining FDRP Accreditation Represent and promote Centacare in the wider community by engaging in and developing strong networks and partnerships Actively participate in the process of professional supervision and identifying and undertaking professional development opportunities Contribute to a positive, collaborative and values-driven team environment that embraces a culture of ‘best practice’ and innovation Download the Position Description below for more important details about the position Desired Skills and Experience To be successful in this role you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work, Law, or Mediation that are related to or allow accreditation as an FDRP Willingness and eligibility to undertake a course of study and undertake professional development activities towards obtaining FDRP Accreditation with the Commonwealth Department of Attorney-General Experience in family and child-focused practices and the ability to articulate family dynamics Understanding of the obligations of FDR Practitioners under the Act and the FDRP Regulations Ability to uphold reasonable professional standards in the provision of client services at all times Demonstrated ability to apply highly developed communication skills both written and verbal Current open driver's licence Current, and ability to retain, both a Working with Children Blue Card check and Disability Worker Screening Clearance Centacare North Queensland is a Child Safe and Equal Opportunities Employer. People from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have appropriate work rights in Australia. • Fri, 17 MayCentacare North Queensland
Wills & Estates Lawyer | 3 PAE » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Are you passionate about Wills and Estates law? With excellent mentoring and quality of work on offer, this firm is ready to invest in you. Your New Firm Our client is a boutique law firm operating across property, commercial litigation and wills and estates. Servicing multi-generational client families of high-net-worth individuals for over 4 decades, this firm is well positioned for future success across the high growth area of estates and succession law. Your New Role Joining the Wills & Estates practice, you will work closely with the Special Counsel acting for a diverse range of clients, many of whom have been clients since the firm first opened their doors. Some of the work you will be exposed to will include: Planning and drafting of Wills General and Enduring Powers of Attorney Complex estate planning, including succession of family trusts, corporate entities, Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs), establishing testamentary discretionary trusts, business succession planning, asset and wealth protection strategies and protective and special trusts for vulnerable beneficiaries Deceased estate administration, including Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration, for both testate and intestate matters Representing executors, trustees and beneficiaries (including charitable organisations) in relation to their rights and obligations throughout the deceased estate administration process You will also have the opportunity to work with the litigation team on cross referrals to ensure timely outcomes and continuity of care for your clients. Culture & Benefits Along with a harmonious and collaborative environment, this firm: provides each staff member with private offices; offers an attractive salary which is competitive in the market; provides quality training and mentoring; is proud of their staff retention; and prioritises a healthy work/life balance with 5 billable hours per day; Your Skills Profile 3 years PAE in Wills and Estates Law; Demonstrated drafting skills; Highly organised with strong file management skills; Solution orientated with excellent attention to detail; Outstanding service skills and pragmatic approach to identifying the best outcomes for your clients; and A genuine passion and interest to specialise in Wills and Estates Law. To be considered for this position click “ Apply ” to submit your details or call Alex or Sophie on 07 3210 0992 for a strictly confidential discussion quoting reference number 1202372. To find out more about us, visit www.alexcorreaexecutive.com.au 'developing talent and inspiring success' Private Practice | In-House | Government | Brisbane | Sydney | Melbourne • Wed, 15 MayAlex Correa Executive
Wills & Estates Lawyer - 3 years PQE | Mid-Tier Firm » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - An amazing role to join a modern and progressive law firm. Great work coming out of this Wills & Estates team Continue thriving in your career with a highly reputable mid-tier law firm who will support your career progression up to partner level The Firm Join a premier law firm in Melbourne who operate a multidisciplinary practice. They are a progressive and innovative firm who have been around since the 50s. Over the years they have grown into a reputable mid-tier law firm, and are experts in their areas of service. You will be joining their Wills & Estates team, working alongside impressive and skilled lawyers. The Role In this role, you will gain exposure to a diverse range of matters spanning across estate planning, preparing wills, probate matters, estate administration, deceased estates, preparing Powers of Attorney, and more. You will also be involved with superannuation disputes and inheritance disputes. Daily responsibilities of this role will include drafting legal documents, conducting thorough legal research, providing advice to clients, and fostering strong relationships with stakeholders. The clientele you will be dealing with include national and international brands, family businesses, high-net-worth individuals, and small to medium sized enterprises. You will have a wide range of matters to work on which will vary in complexity, creating a busy and interesting workload. The Benefits Our client is offering fantastic benefits in addition to this amazing opportunity. They include: Referral bonus schemes Mentorship, learning, and development programs Financial support for further education Free car parking Clear progression line; associate, senior associate, and partnership levels Health & wellbeing initiatives; vaccinations, sporting activities, mental health initiatives Exciting social events; Friday night drinks, monthly lunches, industry and networking events Provision of laptops and phones To apply for this role, please send your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively for additional information, please contact Amanda Hickey at Engage Personnel at amandaengagepersonnel.com.au All communication will be strictly confidential • Tue, 14 MayEngage Personnel
Legal, Global Markets Legal, Vice President, Sydney » The Rocks, Sydney - LEGAL We work at the intersection of finance and law, providing counsel and advice that support activities across the firm. We handle litigation and arbitration, perform research and due diligence, aid in financing and legal filings, deal with contracts and intellectual property rights that show our commitment to clients, shareholders, and regulators. Whether you're an experienced attorney or a quick learner with a strong interest in financial law coupled with critical thinking skills, our dynamic group might be right for you. WHO WE ARE The GS Legal Department ("GS Legal") plays an essential role in the formulation and implementation of the strategy of GS. The advice and counsel provided by GS Legal to all areas of the firm is critical to maintaining the firm's commitments to its clients, regulators, and shareholders and to promoting its culture of excellence and integrity. GS Legal's goal is to provide advice that protects the firm's financial well-being and reputation, and assists the various businesses in executing transactions and evaluating the associated risks. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES As a vice president in the Global Banking Markets Legal group, you are expected to be pro-active in guiding the businesses on legal matters and substantial transactional involvement will be a feature of this position. You will work closely with business professionals across the firm, as well as with outside counsel. Your responsibilities will include: Providing legal support to the fixed income business with a particular focus on the mortgages business Providing legal support for the drafting, reviewing and negotiating of financing and security as well as fixed income derivatives arrangements Working with teams on structuring issues taking into account regulatory/reputational concerns Responsibility for relationships with external counsel and ensuring appropriate legal comfort is in place Interacting with the traders to address legal issues as they arise in day-to-day trading activities Reviewing, monitoring and driving implementation of regulatory developments relating to fixed income business including the mortgages business Liaising and coordinating with other relevant groups throughout the firm, including other members of the legal department, credit, treasury, compliance, controllers, operations, tax Involvement in reviews of new markets and new products ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS At Goldman Sachs, we commit our people, capital and ideas to help our clients, shareholders and the communities we serve to grow. Founded in 1869, we are a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm. Headquartered in New York, we maintain offices around the world. We believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We're committed to fostering and advancing diversity and inclusion in our own workplace and beyond by ensuring every individual within our firm has a number of opportunities to grow professionally and personally, from our training and development opportunities and firmwide networks to benefits, wellness and personal finance offerings and mindfulness programs. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and people at GS.com/careers. We're committed to finding reasonable accommodations for candidates with special needs or disabilities during our recruiting process. Learn more: https://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/footer/disability-statement.html The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., 2024. All rights reserved. Goldman Sachs is an equal employment/affirmative action employer Female/Minority/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity • Fri, 10 MayGoldman Sachs
PO4, PO5 and PO6 Legal Officers » Brisbane, QLD - and legal and policy advice for the Attorney-General, senior departmental officers and departmental units within the Department... • Thu, 09 MayRandstad$180000 per year

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