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Legal Assistant/Paralegal - Commercial Litigation » Brisbane, QLD - Brisbane CBD law firm has an exciting opportunity for a Legal Assistant to work in the Commercial Litigation department. Dynamic law firm with corporate offices... Intermediate or senior level role Min of 4 years Legal Assistant experie... • Mon, 03 JunEmpire Group$75000 - 90000 per year
Paralegal » Newcastle Area, Newcastle Region - Paralegal Location: Newcastle and/or Central Coast Full-time Ongoing opportunity Grade 3/4 - $79,032 - $86,539 p.a. superannuation and annual leave loading Flexible work practices including flexible working hours, 35-hour week and flex leave Your role Hunter Central Coast Child and family District Unit (HCC CFDU) provides support to Non-Government Funded Service Providers who case manage children and young people in the care of the Minister. The primary purpose of the role is to provide paralegal services and support to the HCC CFDU Court team. Tasks such as assisting our court team and Funded Service Providers in preparing guardianship and restoration applications, affidavits, care plans, subpoenas and subpoena schedules, Assessment Applications and s82 and s76 reports in the Children’s Court of NSW for children and young persons in out-of-home care. The role will require liaising with Non-Government Funded Service Provider teams and reviewing large volumes of casework material in order to assist with drafting court documents and correspondence in accordance with the legislative requirements under the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998. You will also be required to assist with reviewing and processing Victims of Crime applications, coordination of audits and follow up regarding Notices of Decision. This will involve liaising with DCJ legal officers and providing advice and assistance regarding claims against the state, wills and estates, organising trust accounts with the Trustee and Guardian and will also include performing various administrative responsibilities. Hunter Central Coast Child and Family District Unit is split over two locations – Gosford and Newcastle. This role can be primarily based in either office. The successful candidate will be required to work from the other office on occasion, depending on demand, team meetings etc. As a Paralegal you will: • Provide paralegal services and administrative support to Legal Officers, including research, analysis and provision of written information for consideration by Legal Officers for inclusion in briefs and other legal documents. • Manage databases and systems in accordance with standards and guidelines, by creating, storing, retrieving and tracking files to ensure accuracy and security of information. • Perform data entry and data reviews ensuring accuracy and relevance of legal data and documentation recorded, to assist in the monitoring and analysis of processes and performance indicators. • Utilise relevant legal databases and systems to generate reports that enable accurate, relevant analysis and reporting of the team’s services. • Contribute to project work as directed by the Director and/or senior staff. Appointments are subject to reference checks and the following pre-employment checks: • National Criminal History Record Check in accordance with the Disability Inclusion Act 2014 • Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 Download the role description We focus on hiring people who share our commitment and goals of inclusion, collaboration, adaptability, courage and integrity. If you meet the essential requirements and the role resonates with you, please apply – you do not need to meet every desired requirement for us to want to talk to you. 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 an up-to-date résumé (maximum 5 pages) and a cover letter (maximum 3 pages) addressing the 2 targeted questions below with a brief outline on how you meet the requirements of the role: • In the course of your work, you will work with confidential documents and sensitive client information. How would you ensure you adhere to requirements to protect client confidentiality in this role? • Please provide an example of your ability to work independently on a task that required you to work to tight deadlines with a strong attention to detail. Describe the situation, task, actions you took and the outcome. Applications close - 11:59pm, Thursday 20 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 Kelly Dehn – 0488 268 138 / Kelly.Dehndcj.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 contact Peter Luong on Peter.Luong1dcj.nsw.gov.au Visit Recruitment adjustments on the DCJ website to learn more. 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 Inclusion and diversity on the DCJ website. 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. For more information visit Your recruitment journey on the DCJ website. Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application. To keep up with recruitment opportunities at DCJ, follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CareersatDCJ/ receiving your application. Department of Communities and Justice • Sat, 08 JunDepartment of Communities and Justice
Conveyancing Paralegal » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Enjoy a work/life balance within this progressive firm Seeking a motivated Conveyancing Paralegal (Brisbane, QLD) Benefits: $75-$85k in accordance with experience Great work/life balance; including a Health and Wellness Program Great career support and training; Working within an experienced and well-respected team (consisting of a number of Accredited Specialists) Our client is an ambitious and innovative law practice providing its clients with real-world solutions, to meet the full range of their client’s needs across Property & Conveyancing, Commercial Law, Family Law & Wills & Estates. Our client provides a positive, open door, working environment that values staff and strives for excellence in all areas of client care and representation. The successful applicant will support our Conveyancing Solicitor, providing administration and secretarial support in the day-to-day running of the files. The Role To be successful in this role you will require: A minimum of 2 years experience as a property/conveyancing paralegal/assistant Experience with LEAP Legal Software and PEXA will be HIGHLY REGARDED Experience in running conveyancing files from A-Z with little supervision Strong attention to detail while having a sense of urgency and ability to meet deadlines Exceptional client focus, ensuring everyone is provided with a professional service The ability to work proactively on files, including maintaining electronic and paper based files The ability to draft and amend correspondence and documents Diary Management skills A professional manner and appearance Excellent people skills as you will have direct client contact The ability to work as part of a team but also the ability to work unsupervised Fast accurate typing skills and dictation experience Relief reception, assisting with answering phones, meeting and greeting clients If you want to join a successful and supportive team APPLY NOW • Sat, 08 JunStaffing Group
Legal Assistant » Queensland - . We are looking for someone who: Has previous experience as a Legal Assistant/Secretary/Paralegal Works effectively with others and fosters... • Fri, 07 JunMaurice Blackburn
APS5 Legal Practice and Capability Officer » Canberra, ACT - management skills Methodical and process driven Paralegal or similar (law student / legal admin) background is highly desirable... • Fri, 07 JunDFP Recruitment$55.24 per hour

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Senior Paralegal - Insurance » Brisbane, QLD - Senior Paralegal - Insurance Insurance | Brisbane Metropolitan Closing date: 28/06/2024 An excellent opportunity... exists for an experienced paralegal to join our highly respected insurance team. This role is offered on a full-time basis... • Fri, 07 JunCooper Grace Ward
Conveyancer/Paralegal » Singleton Heights, Singleton Area - $75k-$80k super Genuine opportunity for career development Our client is a well-known and respected firm servicing the Newcastle and Hunter Region specialising in both residential and commercial property. Their dedication to their clients, unique approach to all aspects of their business, together with their vibrant, fresh and friendly culture has seen them achieve exceptional results and consistent growth. Due to their ongoing success, we’re searching for a highly motivated Conveyancer or Paralegal to join their dynamic team in the Hunter Valley. The ideal candidate is a team player, passionate about delivering a high-quality service and thrives on exceling in their career. The role: Manage enquiries and client relationships to ensure opportunities are converted and client needs are met Advise clients on the contractual requirements for the sale and purchase of real estate Conduct title and other government searches and enquiries for matters that may affect the property such as encumbrances or caveats Make necessary enquiries about zoning, titles and rates (council and water) Prepare contracts and transfer documents Prepare and advise on lease documentation Complete and lodge all relevant documents with the government agencies Liaising with mortgage lenders, real estate agents, conveyancers and solicitors regarding settlement Ensure that all special conditions in the contract are fulfilled before settlement takes place Liaise with financial institutions regarding funds required to proceed to settlement Prepare the settlement statement Attend settlement on clients behalf Check that contracts are signed and exchanged Ensure records of payments and contracts are filed appropriately in line with policy and legal requirements Management of team and provide support and guidance as required. What we’re looking for: Tertiary qualified and hold a current Conveyancing licence (favourable) Minimum 5 years experience in a similar role An eye for details and high level of accuracy Integrity and sound judgement Ability to research and problem solve Strong computer skills Strong verbal and written communication skills Strong willingness to provide high quality customer service and positive results for clients Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines Ability to work on your own initiative and make decisions Ability to work as part of a team Responsible for self-development and comply with relevant training requirements by the Law Society and in-house training when required. Benefits: $75k-$80k super (negotiable based on skills and experience) Option of full-time or part-time Opportunity to work autonomously and take ownership of your desk Further develop your career through training opportunities A positive, supportive and friendly work environment If you’re ready for the next step in your career, APPY TODAY • Fri, 07 JunAIR Recruitment
EL1 Assistant Director - Evidence Synthesis » Australian Capital Territory - abilities Methodical and process driven. Critical thinking and problem-solving approach. Paralegal or similar (law student... • Thu, 06 Jun
Legal Support - Property Services » Perth, WA - /Paralegal Experience: Background in legal or paralegal work, particularly in real estate or commercial property management... • Thu, 06 JunDFP Recruitment
APS5 Paralegal » Melbourne, VIC - Our customer is a state government department who are seeking an experience Reporting Specialist to play a pivotal role in report automation within a large-scale ICT program. Working in the National Park Booking System Replacement Project... • Thu, 06 Jun
Junior Paralegal/ Legal Assistant » Perth, WA - Sydney, NSW - Introduction We are seeking a Junior Paralegal / Legal Assistant our legal team across Australia and Asia. This is a part-time... hours, to accommodate academic pursuits or during high-pressure periods (i.e. exam season). As Junior Paralegal/ Legal... • Thu, 06 JunMetso
Conveyancing Paralegal/Assistant- Bayside » Brisbane, QLD - Residential Conveyancing role | Would suit a Conveyancing Assistant wanting to be trained to be a Paralegal... or an experienced Conveyancing Paralegal | 4 or 5 days a week | Free Parking on site The role As a Conveyancing Paralegal... • Thu, 06 JunEmpire Group$74000 - 94000 per year
APS5 Legal Practice & Capability Officer » Adelaide, SA - , and time management skills Methodical and process driven Paralegal or similar (law student / legal admin) background... • Thu, 06 JunDFP Recruitment
Legal Executive Assistant | Paralegal » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - MJD Recruitment are exclusively working on a highly confidential role in the Brisbane market Its unique, fabulous and refreshing legal support role The Firm MJD Recruitment are exclusively working on a highly confidential role in the Brisbane market and to say we are excited for the successful candidate already is an understatement Youll be not supporting, but take the role of a sidekick business partner to a charismatic, fun and utterly brilliant lawyer. The firm is an innovative, unique and in a league of its own with very exciting things in the pipeline. Their culture encourages reward and recognition, as well as offering eager and determined employees’ endless opportunities to shine and progress offering you the opportunity to gain hands on experience and make this role your own. (Sorry, this role wont be right for a law student wanting to practice) The Role Supporting the Managing Partner directly, this role is an incredible opportunity to develop and grow, with exposure to clients who are truely cared for and valued by the MP. Fostering a great environment, built on fun and support, as well as the chance to be mentored and guided towards your career and progression pathways, setting you up for success. Being a key individual within this busy and high earning individual, you will undertake duties such as: preparing electronic briefs and court books, file management, liaising with clients and building rapport, diary and calendar management for Partner, electronic filing, billing and taking on any communications with third parties. The Candidate To be noticed for this opportunity, a background within law is a non-negotiable, you'll be working with a passionate individual who would love for someone to join them in growing their firm and practice. The ideal legal EA | career paralegal will have solid experience and a positive, happy energy who enjoys coming to work and being rewarded financially and through additional employment benefits. You will need to have professional presentation and manner, keen eye for detail, enjoy creating and building strong interpersonal relationships, be eager and driven to learn in a dynamic space and have the confidence to lead from the front. What next? Does this sound like the perfect role for you? Are you reading this and feeling like you’re up for the challenge, eagar for a change out of a traditional law firm and supporting a new-age, work smarter not harder style of approach from management? To apply please use the platform apply links and for any further questions please give me a call - Genevieve Keane 0450800274 • Thu, 06 JunMJD Recruitment
Paralegal / Administration Manager » Australia - We are seeking a Paralegal / Administration Manager to be a member of the Legal Services team. This position is individually and jointly responsible for overseeing and managing the day-to-day operations of the Legal Services Section (Section) and contributing to the section's long term objectives. In addition, the Paralegal / Administration Manager supports the section's lawyers in their provision of a broad range of in-house legal services to the Reef Authority. The matters to which those legal services relate can include: property and commercial transactions; native title advice / implementation; procurement advice and contract drafting; freedom of information and privacy advice / processing; administrative law advice; statutory interpretation; dispute resolution advice / representation; delegations advice / management; legislative amendments advice / implementation; and legal awareness training (Matter Types) . The section also manages the engagement, briefing and supervision of all external legal services providers, including counsel. The Paralegal / Administration Manager is responsible for a range of reporting requirements, monitoring of the progress of the work undertaken by the section, providing advice and information to Reef Authority colleagues concerning their legal services needs, assisting with the formulation and implementation of the section's budget, and instigating and leading innovations to improve systems, processes and reporting to enable the section to deliver a high level of service to its clients and stakeholders. The Paralegal / Administration Manager is expected to operate independently with minimal direction and supervision and to be a team player who works closely and collaboratively with all section staff. The key duties of the position include Lead and manage the efficient running of the section administration including managing priorities and deadlines across the team, managing and monitoring the allocation of work to legal officers, developing and updating procedure documents, co-ordinate and contribute to section meetings and provide guidance and training to team members on administrative matters. Oversee, monitor and review the section budget, including real time monitoring of budget status and undertake routine, tailored and complex budget reporting. Prepare and coordinate section input into routine and non-routine reporting requirements with minimal direction and in an organised, efficient and timely manner. Implement (and develop and implement innovations for) electronic document management systems, procedures, templates, financial systems (including general legal payment processes), accountability reporting, and other workflow systems including allocation of legal advice requests and contract approvals. Apply technical knowledge and interpersonal skills to manage complex client enquiries via telephone, email and written correspondence, and provide guidance to Reef Authority staff on routine legal matters, particularly procedural matters ensuring that client service standards are met. Prepare, and assist in preparation and quality assurance of correspondence including letters, briefings and board papers for both routine and more complex matters and undertake legal research and information retrieval, sorting and analysis on behalf of Legal Officers in preparation for the development of formal legal advice. Assist, at an appropriate level, the section's lawyers to deliver high quality legal services in relevant Matter Types . Apply a sound understanding of relevant statutory, regulatory and policy frameworks in order to draw conclusions, interpret and apply guidance material and resolve recurring problems. • Thu, 06 JunAPS
Paralegal » Sydney CBD, Sydney - The Law Society of New South Wales works with and for the legal profession. We hold responsibility as a co-regulator and are Australia’s largest membership body for Solicitors. Our Legal Regulation department has an opportunity to join the team as a Paralegal 2 days per week. Please note this is not a short-term paralegal position and will require commitment for a minimum of 2 years. About the role You will provide legal support to the Legal Officers of the Investigations, Litigation and External Intervention teams within the Legal Regulation Department in a timely, efficient, and professional manner. What you'll be doing Providing legal assistance and support to the Legal Officers in areas such as investigation, litigation, external intervention, and cost recovery. Carrying out legal research and document or evidentiary review as requested by the Legal Officers Classification, organisation and management of files, records, documents and evidence for litigation or external interventions Drafting precedent based legal documents under the supervision of Legal Officers of Professional Standards. Provide support in managing reporting systems for key functions, such as external Investigations, intervention, cost recovery and litigation. Providing support to the Director, and Deputy Directors as required. About you Previous experience as a paralegal. Currently studying a law degree. Exemplary communication skills, both written and verbal. Ability to work to tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Strong attention to detail and accuracy. Good legal research skills, including online research. Ability to work with minimal supervision and to demonstrate initiative. Exemplary levels of integrity and commitment to confidentiality requirements. Ability to adapt to a changing and flexible work environment and manage competing priorities. Apply Now Please include a cover letter and your most recent academic transcript in your application. The Law Society of New South Wales is committed to building and maintaining a respectful and inclusive workplace, appointing the best person for the role and supporting diversity. • Thu, 06 JunThe Law Society of NSW
Senior Infrastructure Architect - Financial » Sydney, NSW - available for a Legal Practice and Capability Paralegal to join the team. 12-month initial contract with opportunity for extension. APS5...-solving approach. Paralegal or similar (law student / legal admin) background is highly desirable. Australian citizenship... • Thu, 06 Jun
Legal Assistant » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Seeking an experienced Legal Assistant who wants to advance their career at a leading firm in Melbourne Our client is a highly regarded law firm that has established a reputation of excellence in Melbourne. With over 120 years of experience, this firm occupies a strong position in the large boutique firm space. The Role: An exciting opportunity is available for a Legal Assistant or Paralegal with 2 years of experience in Litigation. This role involves supporting a Senior Solicitor and a team of six Solicitors in the Litigation department, alongside another Senior Legal Assistant. Responsibilities: Assist in the preparation and management of litigation cases Conducting legal research Drafting and reviewing legal documents Managing case files and client correspondence Coordinating with clients, courts, and other legal professionals Requirements: 2 years of experience in Litigation Strong organisational and communication skills Ability to work effectively in a team Proficiency in legal research and document management What the Firm Offers: As a member of this amazing firm you will have access to wellness support programs, team building activities, a healthy work/life balance and a collaborative and supportive work environment that provides opportunities for career progression. Experienced Litigation Legal Assistants or Paralegals looking to advance their careers in a reputable firm are encouraged to apply. Note: This role requires in-office work If you are passionate about this area of law, eager to expand your expertise, and ready to take on challenging legal battles , we invite you to apply via the link on this page or email Kim Chalmers at kim.chalmersamicuslegal.com.au. Visit www.amicuslegal.com.au to explore all of our current legal opportunities • Thu, 06 JunAmicus Legal Recruitment
APS5 Legal Practice & Capability Officer » Parramatta, NSW - . Critical thinking and problem-solving approach. Paralegal or similar (law student / legal admin) background is highly... • Wed, 05 JunDFP Recruitment$55.24 per hour
Legal Assistant - Expression of Interest - Multiple Roles » Australia - Secretary - Commercial Litigation - CBD Personal Assistant - Property - CBD Paralegal - Property - CBD The Perks You can.... About You Ideally you will have the following: A proven track record working as a legal assistant, paralegal or similar for at least 2... • Wed, 05 JunEmpire Group$70000 - 95000 per year
Paralegal - Banking & Finance » Brisbane, QLD - Excellent salary on offer - up to $90k | Banking and Finance Paralegal or Conveyancing Paralegal experience essential... The role You will be working as a Banking and Finance Paralegal running advance files. Your duties will include checking... • Wed, 05 JunEmpire Group$80000 - 90000 per year
Paralegal » Sydney, NSW - Previous experience as Paralegal, Corporate Paralegal, Contracts Manager, Contracts Administrator, Legal Operations... • Wed, 05 JunTHE ICONIC
Paralegal, APAC & Latin America » Sydney, NSW - position of Paralegal. The responsibilities of the role will vary day to day but will include supporting Cochlear’s APAC...) Some experience working as a Paralegal or in a legal environment Exceptional proofreading skills; accurate with meticulous attention... • Wed, 05 JunCochlear
APS5 Legal Practice & Capability » Brisbane, QLD - and Offboarding tasks Understanding of procurement and contracts will be advantageous. Previous experince as a Paralegal or similar... • Wed, 05 JunDFP Recruitment
Risk & Compliance Paralegal » Melbourne, VIC - About this role Risk & Compliance Paralegal Award winning Australian private practice A firm... • Wed, 05 JunLander & Rogers
Legal Project Manager / Senior Legal Project Manager » Sydney, NSW - assist with leading the paralegal pool Relationship building and networking: demonstrates commitment to the team... • Wed, 05 JunClifford Chance
Credit Controller // Live materials » Sydney, NSW - Methodical and process driven. Critical thinking and problem-solving approach. Paralegal or similar (law student / legal admin... • Wed, 05 Jun
Paralegal » Sydney, Sydney Region - Since 2011, THE ICONIC has redefined the future of retail in Australia and New Zealand. As the 1 fashion e-commerce destination in the region, our e-commerce platforms (Retail, Marketplace and Services) provide an inspiring and seamless end-to-end customer experience. We DREAM BIG through collaboration and innovation, and are supported to bring incredible ideas to life. We believe in making a positive difference by bringing on the future of shopping to our customers through the power of fashion, sports, home and beauty. Join our small but amazing Legal team is a multi talented bunch who have the skills and the drive to tackle bespoke and wide ranging tasks, which allows us to support THE ICONIC in achieving our purpose of bringing on the future of shopping. The Legal team is dedicated in partnering with areas across THE ICONIC to assist in translating complex contracts data into actionable insights, identifying and mitigating legal risks through implementing leading-edge LegalTech and delivering operational efficiencies. About the role Reporting to the General Counsel, this role will undertake a variety of tasks surrounding Legal, Governance, Risk and Compliance initiatives, and be a part of other transformational projects. Regularly file contracts, legal documents and general records management maintenance within the Legal team drive, and other record retention initiatives in parallel with the needs of the Legal team; Assist with the close-out of contract negotiations including issuing contracts for signature, follow-up for countersignature, filing of duly executed contracts and logging of contracts in team drive and/or contract management system as required; Work collaboratively to continuously improve contract management policies, procedures and best practice to ensure compliance with internal and parent company corporate governance requirements, and develop training materials, updates and communications that support good contract management governance. Assist in scope, design, test, implementation and maintenance of contract templates in the contract management system, and liaise with vendor and business stakeholders on training as required; Liaise with vendor and business stakeholders in the event of trouble shooting on the contract management system. Maintain various legal team trackers including trade marks, intellectual property, litigation and training trackers with key information as provided by the Legal team, What Success Looks like… Tertiary education in arts, commerce, law, business administration or related field Previous experience as Paralegal, Corporate Paralegal, Contracts Manager, Contracts Administrator, Legal Operations Professional, Legal Project Office Manager or related position Solid knowledge and understanding of contracts process, policies, systems and governance, with an interest in emerging issues in the legal and regulatory landscape Experience in designing and implementing new policies and processes, and effecting change across multiple stakeholder groups; Experience in using, maintaining or implementing a contracts management system, identifying opportunities to embrace new or existing systems and tools and/or managing legal transformation systems from inception to completion; Strong stakeholder management Ability to work autonomously and thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment Continuous improvement mindset and strong attention to detail Life at THE ICONIC From our ways of working to our growth mindset and sustainable approach, we each add unique value and have an incredible amount of fun doing it People are our greatest asset and our ICONITE experience is designed to empower you to do your best work. Here’s what to expect when you join THE ICONIC: The learning collective. Get your knowledge fixed with our learning days, hackathons and access to online learning tools. Curate your style. No matter what your style is, we have got you covered with our Amazing staff discount and our famous sample sales. Wellbeing. Access to our discounted gym memberships and wellbeing programs. People first. Access to our Employee Assistance Program for you and your family. Volunteer days. Work as a Charity Partner with Thread Together for society and environmental change. Furry friend. We are a dog friendly office for anyone who wants to bring their fur baby to work. We are committed to providing reasonable arrangements to all individuals participating in our application and interview process, and while performing job functions. If you require any accommodations or adjustments prior to the submission of your application or throughout your interview process, please contact our Talent Acquisition team directly: talent.attractiontheiconic.com.au • Wed, 05 JunTHE ICONIC
Commercial Property Paralegal » Harristown, Toowoomba - Excellent opportunity with leading Toowoomba firm for experienced Property Paralegal/Conveyancer. Rewarding, close-knit and supportive workplace Our client, one of Toowoomba’s premier legal firms with offices across south-western Queensland, is seeking an experienced Commercial Property Paralegal for a full-time, permanent opportunity. Working as part of a team across a broad range of commercial and property matters with a focus on property files, the Commercial Property Paralegal will confidently lead all commercial property files including residential and rural conveyancing files. Key responsibilities will include: Receiving and screening telephone calls and responding to enquiries on a variety of matters Scheduling and arranging meetings, conferences, court dates and notifying interested parties Inputting, retrieving and updating information using Open Practice, LawDocs and iManage Reading, researching, reviewing, verifying and routing correspondence, reports and legal documents Generating monthly bills and accounts File management Applicants for this role should possess the following skills and experience: Experience as a Property Paralegal/Conveyancing Assistant and/or in a range of property transactions Proficiency in practice management software required A thorough understanding of all aspects of commercial and/or residential conveyancing transactions Competence in drafting correspondence and documents Ability to develop and maintain successful client relationships Time management and communication skills Ability to work independently as well as part of a team High level attention to detail For further information, please contact Anne from HB Recruitment on Tel: 46394410 • Tue, 04 JunHB Recruitment
Legal Assistant/Paralegal - Commercial Litigation » Brisbane, QLD - Brisbane CBD law firm has an exciting opportunity for a Legal Assistant to work in the Commercial Litigation department. Dynamic law firm with corporate offices... Intermediate or senior level role Min of 4 years Legal Assistant experie... • Mon, 03 JunEmpire Group$75000 - 90000 per year
Paralegal » Toowoomba, QLD - Exciting Opportunity to Develop Your Paralegal Career Established Toowoomba Law Firm with Multiple Departments Full... Time Permanent Role Our client, a prominent Toowoomba Legal firm is searching for a Paralegal/Legal Administrator... • Mon, 03 JunJP Smith Recruitment + Human Resources
Paralegal » Australia - your skill set. You will have: Experience in legal support roles as a Legal Assistant, Law Clerk or Paralegal Excellent... • Mon, 03 JunMaurice Blackburn
Paralegal » Harristown, Toowoomba - A local, leading Toowoomba Legal firm is searching for an experienced Paralegal/ Legal Administrator to join their established team. Exciting Opportunity to Develop Your Paralegal Career Established Toowoomba Law Firm with Multiple Departments Full Time Permanent Role Our client, a prominent Toowoomba Legal firm is searching for a Paralegal/Legal Administrator to join their team. This role will see the successful candidate providing a high level of administrative support across a variety of legal matters. You will ensure timely, accurate and professional delivery of appropriate legal services to clientele. With an aspect of Personal Assistant requirements your responsibilities in your new role will include: Providing efficient and precise administrative support, including transcription, dictation, diary management, travel arrangements and general assistance to the team; Acting as a client liaison, providing accurate and detailed information according to Solicitor's directions; Preparing and amending documents and briefs for the legal team using Microsoft Office and Open Practice software; and Managing funds, raising cheque requisitions, ensuring the accurate receipting of incoming funds and preparing financial schedules. To be successful in this role, experience in Legal Administration and a proficiency in dictation is required. In addition, you will have a high level of attention to detail and excellent time management skills. To apply, please submit your application to JP Smith Recruitment & HR by clicking “Apply”. For all enquiries, please contact Jamie Smith on 07 4659 7400 quoting reference number 2920159. • Mon, 03 JunJP Smith
Office Coordinator (Legal) » Perth, Perth Region - Play a pivotal role in ensuring a structured and coordinated approach to legal services and information governance within the University. Full-time appointment on a permanent/ongoing basis. Base salary range (Level 7): $95,737- $106,223 p.a. plus 17% superannuation. About the area The Governance Directorate is responsible for providing the University with legal and governance advice and services. The Governance Directorate currently comprises nineteen people working in four teams, being the Legal Team, the Information Governance Team, the Secretariat and the Administration Team. The Administration Team comprises this position and a paralegal. The paralegal reports to this position. This position reports to the Director of Governance, who is also the University's General Counsel. About the opportunity You will work closely with the Director of Governance to provide senior level administrative and operational support for the Governance Directorate. You will also line manage the paralegal. About you Substantial and extensive relevant senior administrative experience Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Excellent planning and organisational skills with a proven ability to set priorities and meet strict deadlines within a busy practice. Proficiency in a range of computing skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet and email. Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: Position description - Office Coordinator (Legal) (517478).pdf To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Viktora on (08) 6488 2414 or at sarah.viktorauwa.edu.au , or contact Paul Shanahan at paul.shanahanuwa.edu.au How to apply Please apply online via the Apply Now button and address the selection criteria in your submission in the content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may submit a statement describing any personal circumstances relevant to your application. This can include academic/professional interruptions or achievements relative to opportunity. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Monday, 10 June 2024 This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. Benefits Work from home, part-time, and job-sharing options considered. 4 weeks annual leave with the option to purchase more. 12.5 days paid personal/carer's leave with eligible staff receiving 13 weeks long service leave after seven years. 26 weeks paid parental leave after one year and 36 weeks after five years continuous service, regardless of gender. Salary packaging options and 17% superannuation, with the option to reduce to the minimum super guarantee. 25% off UWA full fee courses, discounted health insurance, and convenient on-campus childcare options. Incremental progression based on 12 months continuous service. About The University The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia's top university. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. • Mon, 03 JunUniversity of Western Australia
Office Coordinator (Legal) » Perth, Perth Region - Play a pivotal role in ensuring a structured and coordinated approach to legal services and information governance within the University. Full-time appointment on a permanent/ongoing basis. Base salary range (Level 7): $95,737– $106,223 p.a. plus 17% superannuation. About the area The Governance Directorate is responsible for providing the University with legal and governance advice and services. The Governance Directorate currently comprises nineteen people working in four teams, being the Legal Team, the Information Governance Team, the Secretariat and the Administration Team. The Administration Team comprises this position and a paralegal. The paralegal reports to this position. This position reports to the Director of Governance, who is also the University’s General Counsel. About the opportunity You will work closely with the Director of Governance to provide senior level administrative and operational support for the Governance Directorate. You will also line manage the paralegal. About you Substantial and extensive relevant senior administrative experience Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Excellent planning and organisational skills with a proven ability to set priorities and meet strict deadlines within a busy practice. Proficiency in a range of computing skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet and email. Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: Position description - Office Coordinator (Legal) (517478).pdf To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Viktora on (08) 6488 2414 or at sarah.viktorauwa.edu.au , or contact Paul Shanahan at paul.shanahanuwa.edu.au How to apply Please apply online via the Apply Now button and address the selection criteria in your submission in the content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may submit a statement describing any personal circumstances relevant to your application. This can include academic/professional interruptions or achievements relative to opportunity. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Monday, 10 June 2024 This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia . Benefits Work from home, part-time, and job-sharing options considered. 4 weeks annual leave with the option to purchase more. 12.5 days paid personal/carer’s leave with eligible staff receiving 13 weeks long service leave after seven years. 26 weeks paid parental leave after one year and 36 weeks after five years continuous service, regardless of gender. Salary packaging options and 17% superannuation, with the option to reduce to the minimum super guarantee. 25% off UWA full fee courses, discounted health insurance, and convenient on-campus childcare options. Incremental progression based on 12 months continuous service. About The University The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Advertised: 31 May 2024 W. Australia Standard Time Applications close: 10 Jun 2024 11:55 PM W. Australia Standard Time • Sat, 01 JunThe University of Western Australia
Team Administrator - Real Estate & Property » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Rewarding workplace with progression into a Paralegal role | Efficient systems & training | Excellent salary & benefits | Brisbane CBD office Rewarding workplace with progression into a Paralegal role | Efficient systems & training | Excellent salary & benefits | Brisbane CBD office Urban development, mixed-use and off-the-plan, focusing on contract administration for premier clients across Queensland. Be part of collaborative team, in a highly regarded Brisbane firm. Very attractive salary package for the right candidate. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one The company: This national law firm's property practice is known as one of Queensland's (and Australia's) best and is also one of the largest. Due to continued workflows this team has a new opportunity for another team administrator to join the firm working on mostly urban development and mixed-use developments. About the opportunity: You will work closely with authors and Partners within the team, as well as having the support of the administrative team. Day to day you will be: conducting and reviewing property searches; file openings and archiving; assisting paralegals and authors within the team; preparation of monthly billing and trust account receipting; drafting and preparing legal correspondence; and general administration, liaising with clients and diary management. Skills/Experience: To be considered for this role you will have: experience with monthly billing in a similar role (administration, PA or EA); excellent attention to detail, strong organisational and time-management skills and administration experience; ability to work as a team and autonomously to manage your own workload; and a passion for customer service and strong client relationship skills as this role will see you as a key client contact. Benefits: Awaiting you is: opportunity for growth and to be trained as a paralegal within the team; the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; a firm that truly values its staff - an outstanding track record of rewarding and promoting talent; and rewarding workplace with excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3759223 . 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, 01 JunPeppercorn Recruitment
Office Coordinator (Legal) » Nedlands, Nedlands Area - Play a pivotal role in ensuring a structured and coordinated approach to legal services and information governance within the University. Full-time appointment on a permanent/ongoing basis. Base salary range (Level 7): $95,737– $106,223 p.a. plus 17% superannuation. About the area The Governance Directorate is responsible for providing the University with legal and governance advice and services. The Governance Directorate currently comprises nineteen people working in four teams, being the Legal Team, the Information Governance Team, the Secretariat and the Administration Team. The Administration Team comprises this position and a paralegal. The paralegal reports to this position. This position reports to the Director of Governance, who is also the University’s General Counsel. About the opportunity You will work closely with the Director of Governance to provide senior level administrative and operational support for the Governance Directorate. You will also line manage the paralegal. About you Substantial and extensive relevant senior administrative experience Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Excellent planning and organisational skills with a proven ability to set priorities and meet strict deadlines within a busy practice. Proficiency in a range of computing skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet and email. Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: Position description - Office Coordinator (Legal) (517478).pdf To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Viktora on (08) 6488 2414 or at sarah.viktorauwa.edu.au , or contact Paul Shanahan at paul.shanahanuwa.edu.au How to apply Please apply online via the Apply Now button and address the selection criteria in your submission in the content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may submit a statement describing any personal circumstances relevant to your application. This can include academic/professional interruptions or achievements relative to opportunity. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Monday, 10 June 2024 This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia . Benefits Work from home, part-time, and job-sharing options considered. 4 weeks annual leave with the option to purchase more. 12.5 days paid personal/carer’s leave with eligible staff receiving 13 weeks long service leave after seven years. 26 weeks paid parental leave after one year and 36 weeks after five years continuous service, regardless of gender. Salary packaging options and 17% superannuation, with the option to reduce to the minimum super guarantee. 25% off UWA full fee courses, discounted health insurance, and convenient on-campus childcare options. Incremental progression based on 12 months continuous service. About The University The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. • Sat, 01 JunThe University of Western Australia
Paralegal » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - As part of a team provide high quality administrative and paralegal advice and support to Summary Prosecutors within the Director of Public Prosecution. • Fri, 31 MayNorthern Territory Government
Legal Assistant / Paralegal » Sydney, Sydney Region - We are looking for a Legal Assistant who will assist our team with the day-to-day operation of files, administration, accounting and client management ABOUT THE ROLE We are looking for a Legal Assistant who will assist our team with the day-to-day operation of files, administration, accounting and client management. You will work together with a team of approximately 20 staff and will focus on providing support on a range of legal, operational, accounting and administrative tasks to our Partners and our solicitors. Your role is crucial and under the mentorship of the team, you will gain experience, ongoing coaching, career development opportunities and knowledge on many areas of law, focusing on property law and commercial law at first. Job Responsibilities and Duties: Assist our team with the day-to-day operation of files, administration, accounting and client management; Conveyancing Experience is highly regarded; You will be required to open our office and attend our office on a daily basis to undertake and fulfill your duties; Be the first point of contact for client management, especially in more administrative matters; Work on a diverse range of legal matters with our lawyers especially in transactional legal matters that requires high accuracy and attention to detail and process-oriented mindset; Draft legal documents and correspondence; Filing, mailing, service of court documents and delivery and retrieval of briefs; Work autonomously and be part of our team; Attend to file management including opening and closing files and filing emails and documents onto our legal database and physical files; Coordinate appointments and meetings; Attend to administrative matters as required to support our lawyer which may include photocopying, scanning, binding and filing; Be the local port of call if we have an international legal matter; Maintain contact lists; Monitor deadlines and manage calendar; and Will be required to maintain our office on a daily basis and ensure that the office is organised and tidy. Job Qualifications and Skills: You shall have the following qualifications and skills: Career Experience: We are open to the right candidate with the right cultural fit. You shall have knowledge of day-to-day operations of a law firm. You must have excellent secretarial and organisational skills. Legal / Conveyancing Experience: You should have at least 1 year experience working in an Australian law firm and proven working experience as a Legal Assistant or Paralegal. Conveyancing Experience is highly regarded Educational Experience: Tertiary education is preferred. You must have proficiency in writing and speaking the English language. It would be ideal if you can speak another language such as Mandarin, however this is an optional requirement. Computer Skills: You must be proficient, precise and fast in using technology including Microsoft office apps, PDF apps, CRM etc. Your typing speed should be at least 60 words per minute. Your application will be highly regarded if you have experience in using legal database software particularly LEAP. High Attention to Detail: We pride ourselves on having a very high standard of attention to detail. You must be experienced in being accurate, precise, detailed and producing error-free work. Diligence: We work hard and play hard. We are a tightly knit team that is passionate on creating an amazing future in the legal industry. You must want the same and be diligent towards doing your role to make this happen. Initiative: Our team instinctively knows what to do next, take initiative and coordinate with each other. You must enjoy taking initiative, have a can-do attitude and always think of how you can help other members of the team do what’s needed next. You also must be willing to take on a variety of tasks and have an appetite to learn. Positive: We always aim to have a positive culture. You must have a positive mindset and a growth mindset. Communication: You must be pleasant and friendly to interact with and you must be good at communicating precisely. You must also have excellent telephone manners. Organisation: You must have excellent organisation skills and be able to diarise matters for our Partners and our solicitors. Resourceful: You must enjoy taking the initiative to learn on the job and do your work independently and also as a team as and when required. Committed: We are highly dedicated to our client’s matters. That is why client satisfaction is so high at our firm. You must be committed to your work and the results of your work. Service-minded: You must be focused on providing good service to clients and within the team and maintaining a long-lasting relationships. Handling Matters: You must have the ability to handle multiple activities, work under pressure and be able to maintain at least 20 active files and be able to manage competing demands. High Standards: You must have exceptionally high standards for yourself and your work. If you think this is you then click on APPLY NOW • Fri, 31 MayPurple Patch Consulting
Graduate Lawyer - Real Estate » Brisbane, QLD - pursuing a legal career with a focus on Real Estate/Property law Outstanding academic transcripts. Previous Paralegal... • Fri, 31 MayNorton Rose Fulbright
Property Paralegal » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Rewarding workplace | Amazing team and firm culture admin support | Excellent Salary $110k & benefits | Stunning Brisbane CBD office Rewarding workplace | Amazing team and firm culture admin support | Excellent Salary $110k & benefits | Stunning Brisbane CBD office Off-the-plan and residential conveyancing, focusing on contract administration for premier clients across Queensland. Be part of collaborative team, in a highly regarded Brisbane firm. Very attractive salary package for the right candidate. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one Benefits: Awaiting you is: the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; a firm that truly values its staff - an outstanding track record of rewarding and promoting talent; and rewarding workplace with excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. The company: This national law firm has an amazing culture and great reputation within Queensland but also nationally. This team has a new opportunity for another paralegal to join the firm working on mostly off-the-plan developments, leasing, and some residential conveyancing. About the opportunity: You will work closely with authors and the one Partners within the team, as well as having the support of the administrative team. Day to day you will be: conducting and reviewing property searches; drafting and preparing legal correspondence and contracts; drafting relevant clauses and amendments to the standard contract terms; negotiating contract variations, administering property contracts, and reviewing contract executions; liaising with clients, banks and other solicitors on a daily basis as well as across the life of each transaction; preparing matter workspaces on PEXA for settlement; managing own file load across the life of the conveyancing transactions; providing exceptional client service skills and responsiveness; contributing to process improvement and systems with your strong IT literacy skills; support your team members, with your proactive approach and positive attitude; and assisting in the handover and providing any after settlement support. Skills/Experience: To be considered for this role you will have: experience either as a conveyancer, property or leasing paralegal; experience in off-the-plan sales contracts for residential and mixed-use developments will be highly regarded; excellent attention to detail, strong organisational and time-management skills and administration experience; experience preparing workspaces and settling transactions by PEXA; the initiative and drive to take ownership of matters and client portfolios; ability to work as a team and autonomously to manage your own workload; and a passion for customer service and strong client relationship skills as this role will see you as a key client contact. Benefits: Awaiting you is: the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; a firm that truly values its staff - an outstanding track record of rewarding and promoting talent; and rewarding workplace with excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3788866 . 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 • Fri, 31 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Conveyancing/Property Paralegal - Geelong or Melbourne CBD » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Exceptional career opportunity for Conveyancing/Property Paralegal to elevate their career in well-established law firm. Geelong or Melbourne CBD. Excellent opportunity for an experienced Conveyancing/Property Paralegal to consolidate their career in a well established and highly respected regional Law Firm with offices in Geelong and Melbourne. This firm values its clients, people and community, and strongly focuses on innovating their legal processes and practices. About the role In this role you will enjoy working autonomously, but also as a part of the broader Conveyancing team, on large and varied residential conveyancing and property files . You will be required to manage the conveyancing process and run your own files. As such, some of your responsibilities will include:- residential sale and purchase files review Contracts of Sale prepare and manage sub-division files prepare settlements (PEXA) draft letters and correspondence (inc. reviewing special conditions) prepare invoices and statement of accounts conduct searches Skills and experience we'd love minimum 3 years' experience as a Conveyancing / Property Paralegal sound knowledge of PEXA strong stakeholder engagement skills excellent time management skills ability to manage high volumes of work strong attention to detail proficient MS Office skills a positive and pro-active team attitude If you're keen to work with a friendly and high-performing team and enjoy the flexibility that comes with working close to home, apply now To apply, simply click on the Apply button. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact: Laine McKenzie on 0416 127 656 or Rosie Mamic on 0418 146 582 c/- Legal People Quoting Ref. No: 3759782R • Thu, 30 MayLegal People
Paralegal » Sydney, Sydney Region - Flexible Schedule: Full-time role with the enticing option of a 4-day work week. Dynamic Role: Collaborate with the Partner and team on impactful personal injury cases. Career Elevation: Experience genuine career growth and exceptional mentorship. About the Company Join an industry-leading personal injury law firm renowned for delivering exceptional results. Our clients dynamic team of talented legal professionals is dedicated to guiding clients through their most challenging cases, ensuring the best possible outcomes. Be part of a firm where your skills and dedication are highly valued About the Role As a Paralegal, you will play a crucial role in supporting the Partner and the Personal Injury Practice. Your key responsibilities include: Client Interaction: Liaise with clients via phone and email, building strong relationships. Document Preparation: Draft various forms and legal documents with precision. Appointment Coordination: Organise and book essential appointments. Legal File Management: Prepare files meticulously for court and other legal proceedings. About You We are seeking a dedicated and professional Paralegal who possesses: 2 years plaintiff Personal Injury experience , preferably in Motor Vehicle Accidents and Workers Compensation, Outstanding client relationship and service skills, Excellent attention to detail & communication skills; and The ability to work independently, as well as cohesively within a team environment. Benefits Competitive Salary: Earn a salary that reflects your qualifications and experience. Collaborative Environment: Thrive in a supportive, team-oriented setting where your contributions are celebrated. Career Growth: Benefit from genuine career progression and mentorship, working alongside experienced Partners and Lawyers who are committed to your professional development. How to Apply For a confidential discussion, please contact T ianna on 0480 042 590 and quote reference number TW/43364 . Alternatively, click apply and email your resume. Any salary information used in our advertisements are to be used as a guide only. To view all our current roles, you can go to: - https://naimanclarke.vincere.io/careers/ SCR-tianna-ward • Thu, 30 MayNaiman Clarke
Paralegal - Litigation » New South Wales - Paralegal Full-time | National Law Firm | Sydney CBD Brilliant opportunity for experienced Litigation Paralegal... As a Paralegal you will provide support to a Corporate and Commercial Partner and the wider legal team and will play a crucial role... • Wed, 29 MayEmpire Group
Plaintiff Paralegal » Sydney, NSW - ! About the Role As a Paralegal, you will play a crucial role in supporting the Partner and the Personal Injury Practice.... About You We are seeking a dedicated and professional Paralegal who possesses: 2 years plaintiff Personal Injury experience, preferably in... • Wed, 29 MayNaiman Clarke
Paralegal » Perth, WA - services to their clients across various corporate sectors and are seeking a Paralegal to join their restructuring team. The... Role: Joining the restructuring & recoveries team you will work alongside one other paralegal supporting 1 partner... • Wed, 29 Maypeople2people$85000 per year
Paralegal - Insurance » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - A standout Paralegal opportunity at an award winning and leading firm in Melbourne. Moss & Co Consulting have partnered with a leading, independent Australian law firm on the recruitment of Paralegal in their Insurance team. You may be an experienced Legal Assistant looking for the opportunity to step up into a Paralegal role, and to grow within the Insurance space. This firm offer a premium office space, a friendly, down-to-earth, and supportive team environment and flexible working arrangements. This team is a fun, growing and fast-paced team. You will have the support of the wider team, and work alongside other Legal Assistants and Paralegals. Your responsibilities will include Legal research Preparing and lodging documents Problem solving Working closely with other Paralegals and Lawyers in the team Liaising with clients As a firm they offer Genuine career development to build within the firm Competitive market salary Social committee and networking events Health and wellbeing program Please send your resume through to Moss & Co by clicking the APPLY button. Alternatively, to find out more information please contact Naomi via email on naomimossandco.consulting We do not send your details to our client without prior consent and conversation with you. All communication is strictly confidential Moss & Co is a specialised Business Support Recruitment Consultancy, with strong networks in Australia. We partner with organisations of all sizes, including firms with an international presence. To ensure you are the first to hear of new roles, updated with relation to the market, salaries and more – register your details with us. Moss & Co and their clients encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates. In the spirit of reconciliation Moss & Co acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. • Wed, 29 MayMoss & Co Consulting
Paralegal - Restructuring, Recoveries & Disputes » Perth, WA - We are currently looking for an intelligent and enthusiastic full-time Paralegal to join our Restructuring, Recoveries & Disputes team... • Tue, 28 MayThomson Geer
Conveyancing Assistant/ Paralegal » Queensland - Running Retirement Village files | Conveyancing Assistant or Paralegal background | Training provided | Flexible hours... paralegal or a conveyancing assistant wanting a step up The role As a Conveyancing Paralegal, you will run retirement... • Tue, 28 MayEmpire Group$70000 - 90000 per year
Paralegal Case Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Getting to know PSR Opportunities exist to join the Professional Services Review (PSR), a regulatory agency within the Health portfolio whose work protects the integrity of Medicare, Dental Benefits, and the Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme (PBS). We seek people with an eye for detail, good judgement and adaptability to work as part of a small and busy agency. PSR includes a number of entities with their own statutory functions. The Agency Head is the Director of PSR who receives matters for investigation from the Chief Executive Medicare. The Director may resolve matters or refer matters to a PSR Committee which is constituted by medical or allied health practitioner members. Matters from both the Director and Committees are referred to a body constituted by medical members and a community representative, the Determining Authority. The PSR staff support each of the PSR entities. Job overview Paralegal Case Officers perform a case management role as part of the Case Management Unit in PSR. The Case Management Unit is a small team that supports the Director PSR, Committees and the Determining Authority to manage and progress cases referred to PSR efficiently and effectively. Paralegal Case Officers are responsible for working with PSR's high-performing in-house legal team to manage the Director's caseload including providing guidance on procedural, legislative and regulatory matters, providing high level secretariat support and ensuring excellent document and record management. This also involves working collaboratively in a small team. The key duties of the position include Role responsibilities Paralegal Case Officers' duties include; assisting with PSR's caseload at the Director's review stage including ensuring timeframes are met, and using negotiation, problem-solving and strategic decision making skills to progress Directors stage matters drafting statutory decisions on behalf of PSR's decision-makers, which involves interpreting medical information in order to make legally-sound decisions within PSR's statutory framework and according to principles of administrative law drafting correspondence to the Chief Executive Medicare, PSR panel members, practitioners under review and their legal representatives management of electronic records and keeping case flow reports updated communicating with practitioners under review and their lawyers, medical consultants and PSR panel members legal research assisting with management of an external PSR consultant process including drafting, reviewing and monitoring contracts and required spending approvals and liaising with medical specialists assisting with FOI requests and drafting materials required for privacy and governance matters and providing advice on the PGPA Act, as required providing support in relation to outsourcing of legal services in relation to litigation including drafting spending approvals, file management, attending hearings and assisting with instructions under the supervision of a senior lawyer. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Multiple - Legal Assistant / Secretary / PA / EA & Conveyancing Clerk roles » Victoria, Australia - Multiple - Legal Assistant / Legal Secretary / PA / EA & Conveyancing Clerk roles across Melbourne. Top-tier / mid-tier and boutique firms Multiple – Legal Assistant / Legal Secretary / PA / EA & Conveyancing Clerk roles across Melbourne. Top-tier / mid-tier and boutique firms in many areas of law. Top-tier / mid-tier and boutique firms in Melbourne are hiring Exciting opportunities in many areas of law Full-time / Part-time / Temporary roles available Multiple – Legal Assistant / Legal Secretary / PA / EA & Conveyancing Clerk roles across Melbourne. Top-tier / mid-tier and boutique firms in many areas of law. They are on the hunt for Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants, Legal Assistants, Legal Secretaries, Paralegals, Conveyancing Clerk and Legal Administrators. Some of the roles include: Top-tier Opportunities CBD - Salaries up to $98,000 Executive Assistant | Government Executive Assistant | Disputes & Investigations Executive Assistant | Real Estate Executive Assistant | Construction & Infrastructure Legal Assistant | Workplace Relations Legal Assistant | Disputes & Investigations Legal Assistant | Government & Planning Legal Assistant | Retail Leasing Legal Assistant | Corporate Law Legal Secretary | Property Law Mid-tier Opportunities CBD – Salaries up to $98,000 Legal Assistant | Employment Law Legal Assistant | Government & Planning Legal Assistant | Insolvency Legal Assistant | Construction & Infrastructure Legal Assistant | Workplace Relations Legal Assistant | Disputes & Investigations Legal Assistant | Commercial Litigation Legal Assistant | Retail Leasing Personal Assistant | Workplace Relations Personal Assistant | Construction & Infrastructure Personal Assistant | Family Law Personal Assistant | Litigation Legal Secretary | Real Estate Legal Secretary | Property Law Legal Secretary | Corporate law Paralegal | Property Law Boutique firm Opportunities CBD & Surrounding suburbs – Salaries up to $100,000 Legal Assistant | Personal Injury Senior Legal Assistant | Personal Injury Legal Assistant | Insurance Legal Assistant | Family Law Legal Secretary | Wills & Estates Legal Secretary | Property Law Personal Assistant | Property Law Personal Assistant | Wills & Estates | Melbourne East Personal Assistant | Litigation Personal Assistant | Wills & Estates and Probate Personal Assistant | Family law Paralegal | Corporate / Commercial x 2 Paralegal | Commercial Paralegal | Property Law Reception | Administration Conveyancing Clerk Conveyancing Clerk | Inner East Conveyancing Clerk | Probate Clerk | Melbourne East So many great firms offering so many great benefits Flexible working Amazing culture Career progression opportunities Close to public transport Competitive salary Offices close to public transport Social events Ongoing learning and professional development Hybrid working model Health & wellbeing initiatives Monthly team lunches Work close to home Work-life balance On top of the amazing roles listed here, we have new opportunities coming in every day If you are open to considering what is out there for you, please get in touch for a confidential chat. 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 • Mon, 27 MayEngage Personnel
Paralegal - Tax » Melbourne, VIC - for an experience Paralegal to join their Tax team on a permanent basis. The Role: We are currently looking for an enthusiastic full... • Sat, 25 MayPerigon Group$100000 - 110000 per year
Paralegal - Property Leasing » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Great quality clients & matters | A mix of retail, commercial & residential leasing transactions | Excellent Salary dependent on exp. Great quality clients & matters | A mix of retail, commercial & residential leasing transactions | Excellent Salary dependent on exp. Bullet Points Working with premier clients across Australia. Get ongoing training within this collaborative team, in a highly regarded Brisbane fringe firm. Very attractive salary package for the right candidate. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one Benefits: Awaiting you is: a great team environment; a team that focuses on training and mentoring; the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; and a rewarding workplace with excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. About the opportunity: Day to day you will be: drafting, preparing and negotiating legal correspondence and contracts; liaising with clients and solicitors across the life of each transaction; managing own file load across the life of each transactions; providing exceptional client service skills and responsiveness; Skills/Experience: Do you have: experience in preparing PEXA workspaces and registering titles documents; conducting and reviewing property searches; support your team members, with your proactive approach and positive attitude; excellent attention to detail, strong organisational and time-management skills and administration experience; the initiative and drive to take ownership of matters and client portfolios; ability to work as a team and autonomously to manage your own workload; and a passion for customer service and strong client relationship skills as this role will see you as a key client contact. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3768876 . 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, 25 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Legal Secretary / Paralegal » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Are you looking for something different | This quasi legal secretary role is the next role for you | Stunning Brisbane CBD offices Are you looking for something different | This quasi legal secretary role is the next role for you | Stunning Brisbane CBD offices Are you a strong legal secretary or legal executive assistant who wants to expand your experience. This role is working alongside an upcoming and young partner. Receive an attractive salary package with flexibility. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one Benefits: Awaiting you is: the opportunity to be expand your experience and work on paralegal work; a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; and a flexible and trusting workplace, excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. About the opportunity: You will work closely with Partner within the team. Day to day you will be: assisting and preparing of cost agreements and proposals; organising conflicting scheduling and clients enquires; document productions; assisting with the managing the team and workflow; preparing and amending legal correspondence; managing confidential firm and client information; liaising with clients and assisting with various queries; diary management, organising travel & accommodation; file openings, closing and archiving; and other administrative ad-hoc as required. Skills/Experience: Our client’s ideal candidate will have: strong legal secretarial or legal executive experience; confidence and understand the importance of client confidentiality; ability to work as a team and autonomously; and attention to details, strong organisation skills and proactive. This role will suit high-level legal executive assistant or secretary who has previously managed authors in top partner positions for several years. Unfortunately, this role is not accepting law students. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3783972 . 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, 25 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Legal Executive Assistant » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Amazing team & firm culture | Excellent Salary, $75-$90K dependent on experience | Stunning Brisbane CBD offices Amazing team & firm culture | Excellent Salary, $75-$90K dependent on experience | Stunning Brisbane CBD offices Put your strong organisational skill to work on varied & rewarding matters. Be part of a highly regarded Brisbane firm. Receive an attractive salary package with flexibility. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one Benefits: Awaiting you is: the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; a flexible and trusting workplace, excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary; and opportunity to expand your current skillset with some paralegal opportunities. About the opportunity: You will work closely with Partner within the team. Day to day you will be: organising conflicting scheduling and clients enquires; preparing powerpoint presentations; preparing and amending legal correspondence, some paralegal work; managing confidential firm and client information; liaising with clients and assisting with various queries; diary management, organising travel & accommodation; file openings, closing and archiving; and other administrative ad-hoc as required Skills/Experience: Our client’s ideal candidate will have: strong legal secretarial or legal executive experience; confidence and understand the importance of client confidentiality; ability to work as a team and autonomously; and attention to details, strong organisation skills and proactive. This role will suit career high-level legal executive assistant or legal secretaries who has previously managed authors in top partner positions. Unfortunately, this role is not is accepting law students. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3783971 . 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, 25 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Legal Secretary / Personal Assistant - Property Law » Victoria, Australia - An amazing opportunity for a Legal Secretary / Personal Assistant with 2 years of experience. Will also consider students that are a few years off c An amazing opportunity for a Legal Secretary / Personal Assistant with 2 years of experience. Will also consider students that are a few years off completing law degree. Incredible opportunity to support 2 Paralegals in a busy and fun property team Be part of a team that love what they do Receive some of the best industry training available This impressive well-known mid-tier law firm are now hiring They have a new opportunity for a Legal Secretary to join their busy and fun property team. Due to continued growth, they are looking for a Legal Secretary / Personal Assistant to provide top-notch administration support to 2 Paralegals in property law. You will work alongside other PA’s and be part of a successful property team that are kicking goals. This mid-tier firm is excellent to work for with amazing benefits including a competitive salary, career progression opportunities and monthly staff lunches and many more Typical duties include: Preparation of legal documents Use of PEXA online settlements platform to complete settlements Liaise with third parties including solicitors, conveyancers. Attend to all administration tasks associated with conveyancing files including scanning, filing and invoicing File management including opening and closing files Managing diary appointments Billing Drafting general correspondence of documents and letters Other general administrative duties as required About you The successful applicant will have the ability to 'hit the ground running', and will be experienced with billing and Pexa. Benefits Below is a small snapshot of the benefits on offer with this role. Competitive salary package Career progression opportunities Social events Learning and development programs Close-knit team environment Close to public transport Lovely team environment New, modern offices Health & wellbeing initiatives Monthly team lunches 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 • Sat, 25 MayEngage Personnel
Paralegal - Tax » Australia - Exciting Paralegal opportunity with a well-regarded global Law firm. The organisation: Our client is a well-regarded global Law firm with offices in Melbourne and Sydney. They currently seeking for an experience Paralegal to join their Tax team on a permanent basis. The Role: We are currently looking for an enthusiastic full-time legal secretary to join our Melbourne office within our Tax Team. We are looking for someone who is proactive, capable and motivated to work autonomously and within a successful team. Key Responsibilities: Conducting legal research. Administrative support including proof reading, checking for consistency within and across agreements and cross-reference checks. Assisting with court documents for litigation processes. Maintaining databases of client contacts. Diary Management Assistance with collating billing financial information. Conduct research on legal developments or new areas of law relevant to the Group Assist in the maintenance of practice notes and standard forms. We are looking for an ambitious professional with 5 years experience in an EA/PA role with excellent communication skills, advanced computer skills, strong time management and organisational skills. Ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced team will be essential. Proficiency using Expert or similar accounting package and FileSite or similar document management system would be advantageous. In return, the business offers employees a collegiate and supportive team environment, with accountability and modern working practices. Working from home flexibility and health and wellbeing initiatives. To be considered, please hit ''Apply'', or reach out to Carol Bittencourt (carol.bittencourtperigongroup.com.au) for a confidential conversation. • Sat, 25 MayPerigon Group
Investigation Support Officer and Paralegal Support » Australia - Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has multiple exciting opportunities within the Vaping Advertising and Product Investigation Section (VAPIS). We are seeking enthusiastic, committed and driven people with keen interest in supporting investigation and compliance operations conducted into non-compliant or unlawful vaping. Vapes, or e-cigarettes, have the potential to jeopardise Australia's already hard-fought successes on tobacco control. Vaping has been taken from its original purpose for helping smokers to quit, to increased general use, particularly amongst young people. The promotional strategies of vaping companies are particularly directed towards young people, with colourful packaging, cartoon characters and attractive flavours such as Bubble Gum, Blueberry/Raspberry, Cola Ice to name a few. Current medical research demonstrates vaping is increasingly being recognised as contributing to a risk of health harms, leading to potential increasing burdens on the Australian health system and on the Australian community as a whole. The VAPIS team is a key part of the government's priority to respond to the health risks posed by the use of vaping. The work is rewarding and involves multifaceted enforcement and compliance responses spanning across Commonwealth, State and Enforcement agencies. You will play a key support role within the VAPIS team (and in the protection of Australians) through compliance and enforcement activity, to deter and disrupt import, export, manufacture, supply and advertising of non-compliant or unlawful vaping products. With a team of very experienced Investigators and Team Leaders, this is an excellent starting position for someone who wants the opportunity to learn and grow in a specialist regulatory role. The key duties of the position include Under supervision, the duties of the Investigation Support Officer will include, but are not limited to: - Undertake duties relating to the collection, management and accountability of exhibits including evidence seized, surrendered or otherwise obtained by the TGA through proper exhibit management, records maintenance, storage and audit processes. - Undertake general evidence and intelligence gathering tasks as required e.g. web captures, proactive advertisement compliance work, requests for information or notices to produce information. - Support the VAPIS team on administrative tasks, evidence management and investigation/enforcement activities. - Prepared to travel interstate (sometimes at short notice) to undertake operations or activities with State / Territory stakeholders or interstate VAPIS teams. - Assist in the maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) documents, legal advice registry, maintenance and upkeep of equipment such as evidence kits, assist with travel and operation planning, reporting, and other administrative tasks as required. - Under supervision lead low level investigative cases to completion and provide support to other investigators on medium to high level complex investigations. - Assist with drafting and issuing compliance correspondence or responses e.g. preparing education pieces, emails, warning letters, infringement notices and other documentation. - Remain flexible, enthusiastic, and open to other duties as required to support the Section and Branch. Any suitable applicants, not selected for an advertised position with VAPIS, will be given the option to be place into a merit pool. This may be used by other Sections to fill future vacancies or other equally exciting positions within our branch. If you have read this far and you feel this opportunity fits your career goals, we want to hear from you • Sat, 25 MayAPS
Paralegal | Class Actions - Litigation Technology » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Paralegal | Litigation Technology Slater Gordon Lawyers are a leading personal injury and class actions law firm where every member of our team has a shared passion for our clients: we are people caring for people. Slater Gordon is a leading Australian Personal Injury law firm. Our people are passionate advocates for clients, providing a personal and caring service. For their part, our clients value an expert, tailored service from people they can depend on. We pride ourselves on offering accessible, world class legal services to people from all backgrounds and socio-economic circumstances. We work hard to simplify the legal process for them and provide support and guidance along the way. At Slater Gordon you're exposed to varied and interesting work and the constant opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of everyday people. Slater Gordon employees enjoy a genuine opportunity for professional development in an environment that values and recognises high performance. As a firm committed to promoting social justice, our staff value being part of an inclusive and diverse team. Candidates from all cultural backgrounds and social groups are encouraged to apply for this position. If you are motivated, hardworking and enjoy a fast-paced workplace, then consider a career with us. We are also pleased to let you know that Slater Gordon were ranked in the Top 25 Attraction Firms in the annual Lawyers Weekly Legal Firm of Choice Survey for 2023-24. Acknowledgement of Country SG acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present present and extend that respect to all First Nations peoples today. Diversity Inclusion SG is committed to creating an inclusive workplace that values diversity and ensures equal opportunities for all. SG is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or other legally protected attributes. We understand that everyone has different needs. If you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process please let us know in your application. What are we looking for? At Slater Gordon, we have run some of the biggest class actions in Australia. We are seeking law students with a passion to work as a member of the class actions team, you will have the opportunity to work across commercial and common law matters including financial services, superannuation, securities, product liability, and major torts. Running large-scale, complex litigation requires a lot of data. Our legal technology team provides expert data management, analysis, and review supporting our lawyers in their work to make it easier for all Australians to have access to justice. Responsibilities will include: Analysing, processing and cleansing group member data eDiscovery preparation and management, including the opportunity to gain industry certification Consulting with internal and external stakeholders creating customised technology solutions working closely with our Client Engagement Team to deliver a data driven, personalised client experience. This position will be on a casual basis and will require a minimum commitment of three days a week. What will you bring? This is a unique opportunity to utilise your technology skills in the legal industry to help large groups of people who have suffered injuries or losses, who ordinarily wouldn't be able to pursue claims on their own. The right candidate will have the chance to make an important contribution to a growing team while gaining invaluable experience to begin their career in legal technology. Please ensure your application includes a cover letter. We are looking for: Current university student pursuing a LLB or JD OR a bachelor degree or postgraduate qualification in data science/analytics or business or finance analytics. Strong technology skills: you will be working primarily with MS Excel, SQL, and Python Broad familiarity with statistical and data analysis techniques Someone who thrives on tackling tricky problems and thinking on their feet The ability to work independently and collaboratively in a large, dynamic team Organisational skills, the ability to multitask, and excellent attention to detail What next? If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply directly to Slater Gordon. We prefer to talk with you personally and are not accepting applications from recruitment agencies. • Fri, 24 MaySlater and Gordon
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
Legal Assistant/Paralegal » Perth, WA - We are currently recruiting for an experienced Legal Assistant/Paralegal to join this boutique law firm based north.... They offer a great opportunity for hands on paralegal work. As well as career development. Based north of the river, with parking... • Fri, 24 Maypeople2people
Paralegal » Kununurra, East Kimberley Area - We are looking for experienced Paralegals to join our multidisciplinary team in Kununurra or Broome WA, working closely to deliver legal advice, information, advocacy, representation and education services to clients throughout the East Kimberly. We are offering full-time, permanent roles with the following attractive benefits: A welcoming community based organisation where your achievements are celebrated Competitive salary plus 11% super Relocation assistance Generous leave entitlements, above award, at 5 weeks annual leave per year plus paid Christmas closure leave One day off in lieu per month Professional training and growth opportunities Cultural competence development opportunities Salary packaging (salary sacrificing) – you may be eligible for up to $15,900 gross salary use which can decrease your taxable income and increase take-home pay, with possible FBT exemptions (please see here for more information: https://www.cbb.com.au/discover-salary-packaging/). Flexible working options considered, including school hours and part-time. You would be a key part of the legal team dedicated to serving clients from vulnerable groups, having a direct meaningful impact on individuals and the local community. The primary purpose of the role is to provide support to our solicitors and their clients, engaging in advocacy and community education to those experiencing difficulty. No two days will look the same, but a typical day might entail: Acting as client liaison and support between solicitors and clients, as part of a holistic and client-focused service. Assisting in the drafting and preparation of legal documents and correspondence including conflict checks and referrals. Effectively managing client files, databases and intake sheets. Coordinating diaries, appointments and meetings for solicitors. Assisting in the organisation of events and programs across legal services, attending outreach to remote locations as required. Contributing to and delivering community education programs alongside solicitors. Engaging in professional development activities to maintain and enhance the knowledge and skills required to fulfil the responsibilities of the position. We are searching for someone who can meet most of the following: Demonstrated computer and secretarial/administration experience in frontline client services, maintaining records in a confidential and sensitive manner. Experience in a community legal practice setting and/or community-based organisation in remote and rural Australia. Highly developed written and interpersonal communication skills, engaging effectively with a diverse range of people, groups, and organisations including Aboriginal communities. Sound organisational skills with the ability to manage workload, competing demands, and meeting deadlines. Ability to work effectively independently and collaborate as part of a team. Understanding and commitment to principles of social justice and to working effectively with Aboriginal people. Personal resilience, adaptability and ability to meet the challenges of remote service delivery and difficult clients. Current driver’s license valid for use in WA. Successful applicants will need to provide references, a recent WA Police Clearance, current Working with Children’s Check, and their working rights in Australia. • Fri, 24 MayKIMBERLEY COMMUNITY LEGAL SERV INC
Senior Paralegal Officer » Victoria, Australia - THE ROLE The Senior Paralegal Officer will provide high-level operational and leadership support to the State-wide Child Protection Litigation Office's paralegal team, with particular focus to supporting complex litigation and appellant work. The position will have a role in supervising a small team of paralegals and have an operational focus while working alongside the Child Protection Litigation Coordinator. The role provides a wide range of administrative and operational support functions with a focus on child protection litigation. The role will be a point of contact for key stakeholders involved in the day-to-day management of court lists across court venues of the Children's Court of Victoria. The role may at times require intrastate travel across areas to support paralegal litigation functions. Paralegals perform a critical role in supporting child protection solicitors who provide legal advice, case management and representation for the Child Protection Program across regional and metropolitan offices. Paralegal duties include performing file and record management tasks, coordinating court listings, case allocations and barrister briefings, and assisting with legal correspondence and legal research. The Senior Paralegal has a critical role in supporting high-quality legal services including mentoring and training staff on paralegal procedures and systems. Effective people management and mentoring, together with attention to detail and motivating a high performing team underpin success in this role as well as a demonstrated ability to communicate sensitively and effectively. COVID-19 VACCINATIONThe department strongly recommends (but does not mandate) that employees maintain their COVID-19 vaccination status in accordance with current ATAGI (Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation) advice, given their individual circumstances. As of June 2023, DFFH does not require evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status. HOW TO APPLY All VPS employees (and ex-VPS employees with extended access to the Jobs and Skills Exchange website) MUST apply via the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) portal. Applicants are encouraged to apply online. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.Applicants are required to submit a CV and Cover Letter (max 2 pages) outlining their suitability to the role in line with the Key Selection Criteria. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process. Preferred candidates will be required to complete pre-employment screening, including a national police check and misconduct screening. For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs) Please apply to submit your interest in this position. • Fri, 24 MayVictorian Government
Paralegal » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Are you an experienced Paralegal interested in working for a small yet well-known firm with an inclusive culture located in the Brisbane CBD? Where will you be working… In this position located in the Brisbane CBD, you’ll be working as part of a close-knit and professional team that celebrates their successes together. This is a fast-paced environment that requires a team player with an agile mind, great communication skills, and is able to show initiative. What you will be doing… Leaning on your past experience with transactional file management, you will be assisting the team with property transactions, record keeping, reporting and analysis, and providing general support to the lawyers in the team. You will be preparing and reviewing contracts, negotiating contract variations and administering property contracts. You will keep up regular communication with various stakeholders and prepare correspondence, forms and documents with the use of precedents. To be Successful… Prior knowledge and understanding of conveyancing transactions is essential Real estate transactions and PEXA experience required Excellent attention to detail as well as solid time management skills. Able to work to tight deadlines Able to provide accurate, concise, and relevant legal advise Problem-solving and analytical skills. Apply Now Please contact Kimberley on 0400 941 251 for a confidential conversation or email a word copy of your resume to kimberleymajerrecruitment.com.au • Thu, 23 MayMajer Recruitment
APS4/5 Paralegal » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Currently, several organisations and agencies are actively seeking candidates to fill various Paralegal positions. Whether you aspire to join a larger organisation providing diverse internal growth opportunities or prefer a smaller department with a close-knit working environment for personal development, we have a role that aligns with your career goals. The Opportunity Exciting opportunity for a Paralegal at the APS4/5 level within several dynamic organisations, overseeing a range of legal responsibilities. These roles will offer you support for various legal matters, flexible work arrangements, and the chance to contribute to your professional development. Join a team in a key position that provides opportunities for skill enhancement and collaboration. Diverse legal responsibilities Flexible work options Professional growth opportunities The Role As an APS4/5 Paralegal your duties may include, but not be limited to: Support senior legal officers in diverse legal matters Provide operational and administrative assistance for legal tasks Respond to internal and external stakeholder inquiries Prepare legal documents, responses, and briefs Mentor junior law clerks Contribute as a team member to ensure effective section operation The Ideal Person Ideal candidates possess legal exposure, initiative, and sound judgment. They thrive in a team environment, demonstrate well-developed communication skills, and bring previous legal industry experience. Successful candidates can adapt to urgent requests and are committed to contributing to the department’s legal operations. Salary / Rate $73k - $87k 15.4% Super Hybrid working arrangements How to Apply To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Hannah Hawkins on 02 6108 4878 quoting ref no. 19140. HorizonOne is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce and we encourage applications from people of all cultures, capabilities and backgrounds. • Wed, 22 MayHorizonOne
Paralegal » Perth, WA - Index. Are you an experienced legal administrative professional or Paralegal who is looking for a new challenge? Dentons... • Tue, 21 MayDentons
Paralegal - Wills & Estates » Queensland - Well established law firm based seeks an experienced Wills & Estates Paralegal. 4 or 5 days a week | WFH options... on offer The Role As a Wills & Estates Paralegal, you will support a Partner and Solicitors on Estate Administration and Estate... • Tue, 21 MayEmpire Group$75000 - 85000 per year
Paralegal » Melbourne, VIC - Index. Are you an experienced legal administrative professional or Paralegal who is looking for a new challenge? Dentons... • Tue, 21 MayDentons
Paralegal Coordinator » Sydney, NSW - is for a highly motivated Career Paralegal or Legal Secretary looking to take the next step in their legal support career... Paralegal Pool and ensure provision of high quality paralegal and administrative support to the Principals and wider team... • Mon, 20 MayMeridian Lawyers
Paralegal Pool » Adelaide, SA - - term vacancies (of up to 12 months) as they arise within the Office. The Paralegal Officer works within the Office of the... Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) providing a legal support service to the Solicitor teams of the Office. A Paralegal... • Sun, 19 MayGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
Paralegal » The Rocks, Sydney - Paralegal / Legal Admin Assistant Be part of a highly motivated and collaborative legal team at Yancoal by providing administrative support Build on your existing experience by supporting our legal team 12 months fixed term mat leave cover, based in Sydney CBD Hybrid work model and a generous well-being program Who are we? Welcome to Yancoal. For nearly 20 years, we have been supporting the prosperity of Australia. With over 4,500 people working across our operations, our team is made up of experts in their field. From engineers to operators, to environmentalists, surveyors, tradespeople, accountants, marketers and beyond - we are proud of our people and everything we achieve together as One Yancoal. Yancoal Australia now owns, operates or participates in nine producing coal mines across NSW, Queensland and Western Australia. At Yancoal we are looking for those individuals that show dedication to their role, are courageous and focused on driving success for the company and themselves through their career pathway. What does your daily life look like at Yancoal? As a Paralegal/Legal Admin Assistant, you will be responsible to provide paralegal and administrative support to the Legal team within the Legal & CoSec team at Yancoal Australia. Your responsibilities include Undertaking legal research as required; Assist and develop skills in simple legal tasks, including contract review/proof reading Assist with document and data management Assist with management of workers compensation/injury matters eg diarying subpoena and court dates Develop and maintain common legal precedents Monthly invoice cost briefing Supporting Board/Committee meetings, including translation of board documents, helping to collate and combine meeting papers Supporting Legal Compliance and IR functions on translation of emails to internal stakeholders, ASX releases, CEO message and other documents as required Corporate and ASIC records filing and group companies registers maintenance. What do you need to be successful in the role? To be successful in the role you will require the following skills & experience: Qualifications: Undertaken legal studies Preferably Australian Law Degree and admitted to practice in an Australian jurisdiction Experience: Administrative support Practical legal experience at junior level Skills: Legal research and analysis Bilingual (Mandarin) required Benefits We offer competitive remuneration packages for our roles. A vast range of retail discounts including major department stores, cinemas, restaurants. Subsidised corporate health insurance for you and your family. Financial assistance and study leave for relevant qualifications. 18 weeks paid parental leave with no waiting period. Multiple types of flexible work arrangements Salary Continuance and Life Insurance Cover Salary sacrifices options, Service recognition rewards, Employee Assistance Programs Yancoal values diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds including First Nations people, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and people that identify as LGBTQIA. If this is sounding like what you might be looking for in your next role apply today to start an exciting new journey with us. Be careful of scams Yancoal will never ask you to make any payment or to provide credit card details when applying for any of our positions. If you have any concerns regarding the authenticity of communications received representing Yancoal, please email recruitmentyancoal.com.au with the subject "Fraud Query", outlining your concern. • Sun, 19 MayYancoal
Paralegal - Banking and Finance » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - National Law Firm | Efficient systems, training admin support | Excellent Salary $85k & benefits | Stunning Brisbane CBD offices National Law Firm | Efficient systems, training admin support | Excellent Salary $90k & benefits | Brisbane CBD office Banking and Finance team that works with premier institutional and private lenders across Australia. Get ongoing training within this collaborative team, in a highly regarded Brisbane firm. Very attractive salary package for the right candidate. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one Benefits: Awaiting you is: stunning Brisbane CBD offices; a team that focuses on training and mentoring; the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; and rewarding workplace with excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. About the opportunity: You will work closely with authors and Partners within the team, as well as having the support of the administrative team. Day to day you will be: drafting and preparing legal correspondence and contracts; reviewing instructions and attending to preparation of mortgage documents; drafting and reviewing contract executions; liaising with clients, banks and other solicitors on a daily basis as well as across the life of each transaction; attending to settlement preparation by PEXA or by paper; managing own file load across the life of the transactions; providing exceptional client service skills and responsiveness; contributing to process improvement and systems with your strong IT literacy skills; conducting and reviewing property searches; support your team members, with your proactive approach and positive attitude; and assisting in the handover and providing any after settlement support. Skills/Experience: To be considered for this role you will have: experience in banking and finance; experience in arranging and attending to settlements by paper and PEXA; excellent attention to detail, strong organisational and time-management skills and administration experience; the initiative and drive to take ownership of matters and client portfolios; ability to work as a team and autonomously to manage your own workload; and a passion for customer service and strong client relationship skills as this role will see you as a key client contact. The company: This national law firm’s banking and finance practice is known as one of Queensland’s and Australia’s best. Due to continued workflows, this team has a new opportunity for another paralegal to join the team, to work with a variety of national lenders. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3763295 . 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 • Fri, 17 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Paralegal - Insurance Litigation » Brisbane, QLD - Senior level role | Min 5 years Personal Injuries or Insurance Litigation Paralegal experience | Large leading... independent law firm | WFH 1,2 days a week The Role As a Senior Insurance Litigation Paralegal you will be working in a large... • Thu, 16 MayEmpire Group$85000 - 95000 per year
Paralegal » Sydney, NSW - Paralegal / Legal Admin Assistant Be part of a highly motivated and collaborative legal team at Yancoal by providing... and themselves through their career pathway. What does your daily life look like at Yancoal? As a Paralegal/Legal Admin Assistant... • Thu, 16 MayYancoal
Family Lawyer Opportunity » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join a reputable law firm and work alongside an experienced Partner and Accredited Specialists They are forward thinking and have an amazing culture. Work alongside an experienced Partner and highly skilled Accredited Specialists to move forward in your career and thrive as a Family Lawyer The Firm Our client is an amazing boutique law firm in the CBD who specialise solely on Family Law. They have a lovely office which creates a modern and positive space for you to work in. They are a small team; however, they are high performing – they have a group of Accredited Family Law specialists who are brilliant and knowledgeable people to collaborate with. You will also be supported by a dedicated and talented support team of paralegals. The Opportunity In this role, you will work on a broad range of family law issues that include, parenting, property, family violence, divorce, BFAs, disputes and more. The files you will be working on will vary in complexity, and you will gain experience servicing a diverse client base. You will be running your own files from start to finish, and supported by their amazing paralegals throughout the process. You will be bouncing ideas off Accredited Specialists and peers; however, you will also have a high level of autonomy. You will have amazing support from a highly regarded Partner who has specialised in Family Law for over 25 years and has amazing knowledge and experience to share with you. The Benefits Our client offers amazing benefits to whoever joins their team, including: Attractive salary package Annual salary and performance reviews WFH flexibility Supportive and positive team culture Flexible working environment Opportunity for career progression Work alongside Accredited Specialists 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 • Thu, 16 MayEngage Personnel
Paralegal » Perth, WA - Paralegal, CITIC Project About Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping... as a Paralegal to work specifically with our practice group, working closely with Partner and his team supporting key client, CITIC... • Thu, 16 MayAllens
Legal Secretary/Assistant - Litigation & Disputes » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join a boutique law firm with an excellent culture and be as involved in file work as you'd like - Paralegal duties involved in this role Feeling like you want more than your traditional Legal Support role? Looking to work closely with a team and take on Paralegal type tasks? This might be the role for you We've partnered with a mid-sized boutique law firm on the recruitment of a Legal Assistant/Legal Secretary position in their Commercial Litigation team. As a Legal Support superstar, your role will provide support to a Partner and small team of 2. They're a high performing team, who value culture and success - so if you're someone who is looking to take on more, and get more involved in the day to day work that the Lawyers do - this role might be the one for you Your responsibilities may include; Diary & email management Drafting correspondence & legal documents - court documents, briefs to counsel, court books; compiling briefs, discovery (physical and/or electronic) and other court documents Searches – titles, company, PPSR, (as required) Research – court rules, cases, Acts and Regulations Billing Database maintenance Ad hoc administrative duties Depending on how you like to work and operate, there is so much more to this role. There is an opportunity to make this role your own and grow your career in Legal Support. We are ideally looking for someone with experience in Litigation, regardless of what area of law this lies within. If this piques your interest, we'd love to chat to you further. Please send your resume through the APPLY button. We do not send your details to our client without prior consent and conversation with you. All communication is strictly confidential Moss & Co is a specialised Business Support Recruitment Consultancy, with strong networks in Australia. We partner with organisations of all sizes, including firms with an international presence. To ensure you are the first to hear of new roles, updated with relation to the market, salaries and more – register your details with us. Moss & Co and their clients encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates. In the spirit of reconciliation Moss & Co acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. • Wed, 15 MayMoss & Co Consulting
Paralegal » Sydney CBD, Sydney - A place for you. It means more here. We bring true purpose, authentic people and a proven path. You bring you. Want to work in a place that supports you to achieve and grow? Love to be helping clients and supporting teams? Join us and be the professional and the person you want to be. The Opportunity At Shine, we champion better justice for our clients. And as a full-time permanent Paralegal in our Personal Injury team based in our Sydney Office , that starts with you. You’ll work closely with our legal team to make a meaningful, long-lasting impact for our clients. This is an excellent opportunity for a career Legal Support Professional to apply and continue their amazing work within the legal industry. Want a job that provides real career progression to kick start or further advance your legal career? You'll be part of a truly connected team of authentic people who are as passionate as you are. And you’ll be visible and valued for who you are and what you bring. This is a great opportunity for someone in a Legal Assistant position looking to step into Paralegal work. With empathy, adaptability and initiative, you will be a true champion of our clients by: Working with our solicitors to successfully support them with day-to-day operations of files/client management. Preparing matters for conference and hearing, including preparation of court and legal documents and general correspondence. Using your high attention to detail to draft briefs and documents, such as claim forms and schedule of damages. Efficiently coordinating medico-legal appointments, compulsory conferences and mediations. Cultivating strong relationships with our clients, Shine employees, Counsel and other external stakeholders. Supporting our Legal team with optimising the use of internal systems to process information. What you’ll bring Some experience in a similar role at a law firm is preferred, but not required. Accurate typing skills with intermediate Word & Excel skills. Keen eye for detail in your document management and collation skills. You’ll be a great communicator both verbally and in writing. You’ll recognise and value the importance of your role in being the gateway to support our clients. The ability to work 38 hours per week, between the hours of 8:15am – 5pm Monday to Friday. Shine Lawyers: A place for you. It means more here. At Shine, purpose really matters. It’s our clients, who summon the courage to stand up to injustice. It’s the communities we are part of and support every day. It’s our team, who champion what’s right and make this place what it is. We’re an ASX-listed organisation, and we've been standing up for the rights of everyday Australians for more than 45 years. We’ve achieved a lot but you’ll find no airs and graces here. We’re humble yet relentless. We don’t pretend to be anything other than ourselves. And together, we’ve created a place for you to thrive. Here are some of the things we hope you’ll love about working with us: Connect and be you: Get the benefits you need, and work with truly authentic people. And you can enjoy the security of a large, well-established firm that treats you as a person, not a number. Challenge and be challenged: We’re not here for “easy”. We want you to take your place at Shine and make a real impact. Question and challenge - that’s how we grow. Achieve and grow: Start your Shine journey with our in-house learning programs, where you’ll find immediate connection and be set up for success. You will be provided real opportunities to step up and grow - within your role and beyond. Visit https://www.shine.com.au/careers/life-shine to find out more and read the stories of our incredible people. Excited to join us and stand up to injustice? Join us and build a career that means so much more. Apply now and make Shine Justice a place for you. As part of The Circle Back Initiative, we want you to feel supported through our recruitment process, which means that you will hear back from our friendly team – no matter the outcome. We are committed to making Shine Lawyers a place for you by encouraging and supporting our people to bring their authentic selves to the workplace, and as a result, we know you’ll put your best self forward while righting wrong for our clients. We’re passionate about maintaining a diverse and inclusive environment here at Shine that celebrates all of our differences with age, disability, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation, to name a few, and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates. You bring you. • Wed, 15 MayShine Lawyers
Paralegal | Litigation » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - An opportunity for an experienced Recoveries Paralegal to join the Collections team at a renowned firm with benefits to die for Read on Are you ready to embark on an exciting legal journey in a dynamic and supportive environment? Our client is your gateway to a welcoming and inclusive workplace culture, nestled in the bustling heart of Melbourne. We're on the hunt for a proactive and collaborative Paralegal to become a valued member of this Restructuring, Recoveries Collections and Disputes team. At this firm, they prioritise your work-life balance and well-being, making your professional growth a top priority. About the Role: In this role, you'll be working closely with a team of talented Lawyers, infusing your can-do attitude and boundless energy into every project. In return for your enthusiasm, you'll find yourself immersed in a world of intriguing and intellectually stimulating recovery matters. Your responsibilities will be diverse, including: Drafting legal documents File management and running of files Stakeholder management Preparing discharge of mortgages, arranging settlements and files for eviction Identifying complex, sensitive and high risk matters and escalating where appropriate Administrative duties as required What We're Looking For: To secure this exciting position, you'll need previous experience in a similar role, with exposure to debt recovery being a significant advantage. We highly value candidates who can build and nurture key stakeholder relationships while actively contributing to a dynamic team. Exceptional communication and unwavering attention to detail are critical qualities that will ensure your success in this role. If you're ready to be part of a supportive and vibrant work environment in the heart of Melbourne, apply now and take your legal career to new heights" Apply Now To register your interest for this amazing opportunity, please apply via the link or submit your Cover letter and CV to Kim.Chalmersamicuslegal.com.au To view all of Amicus Legal Recruitment's current legal support opportunities, visit our website at: www.amicuslegal.com.au • Wed, 15 MayAmicus Legal Recruitment
Paralegal » Cairns Region, Queensland - A place for you. It means more here. We bring true purpose, authentic people and a proven path. You bring you. Want to work in a place that supports you to achieve and grow? Love to be helping clients and supporting teams? Join us and be the professional and the person you want to be. The Opportunity At Shine, we champion better justice for our clients. And as a full-time permanent Paralegal in our Personal Injury team based in our Cairns office , that starts with you. You’ll work closely with our legal team to make a meaningful, long-lasting impact for our clients. This is an excellent opportunity for a career Legal Support Professional to apply and continue their amazing work within the legal industry. Want a job that provides real career progression to kick start or further advance your legal career? You'll be part of a truly connected team of authentic people who are as passionate as you are. And you’ll be visible and valued for who you are and what you bring. This is a great opportunity for someone in a Legal Assistant position looking to step into Paralegal work. With empathy, adaptability and initiative, you will be a true champion of our clients by: Working with our solicitors to successfully support them with day-to-day operations of files/client management. Preparing matters for conference and hearing, including preparation of court and legal documents and general correspondence. Using your high attention to detail to draft briefs and documents, such as claim forms and schedule of damages. Efficiently coordinating medico-legal appointments, compulsory conferences and mediations. Cultivating strong relationships with our clients, Shine employees, Counsel and other external stakeholders. Supporting our Legal team with optimising the use of internal systems to process information. What you’ll bring Prior experience in personal injury with a law firm is highly desirable, but not mandatory. Accurate typing skills with intermediate Word & Excel skills. Keen eye for detail in your document management and collation skills. You’ll be a great communicator both verbally and in writing. You’ll recognise and value the importance of your role in being the gateway to support our clients. The ability to work the hours of 8:15am – 5pm, Monday to Friday. Shine Lawyers: A place for you. It means more here. At Shine, purpose really matters. It’s our clients, who summon the courage to stand up to injustice. It’s the communities we are part of and support every day. It’s our team, who champion what’s right and make this place what it is. We’re an ASX-listed organisation, and we've been standing up for the rights of everyday Australians for more than 45 years. We’ve achieved a lot but you’ll find no airs and graces here. We’re humble yet relentless. We don’t pretend to be anything other than ourselves. And together, we’ve created a place for you to thrive. Here are some of the things we hope you’ll love about working with us: Connect and be you: Get the benefits you need, and work with truly authentic people. And you can enjoy the security of a large, well-established firm that treats you as a person, not a number. Challenge and be challenged: We’re not here for “easy”. We want you to take your place at Shine and make a real impact. Question and challenge - that’s how we grow. Achieve and grow: Start your Shine journey with our in-house learning programs, where you’ll find immediate connection and be set up for success. You will be provided real opportunities to step up and grow - within your role and beyond. Visit https://www.shine.com.au/careers/life-shine to find out more and read the stories of our incredible people. Excited to join us and stand up to injustice? Join us and build a career that means so much more. Apply now and make Shine Justice a place for you. As part of The Circle Back Initiative, we want you to feel supported through our recruitment process, which means that you will hear back from our friendly team – no matter the outcome. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. • Tue, 14 MayShine Lawyers
Paralegal Opportunities - 5 NEW Roles » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Multiple Paralegal roles across Melbourne. Mid-tier and boutique firms. Exciting and interesting work Multiple Paralegal roles across Melbourne. Mid-tier and boutique firms. Exciting and interesting work Melbourne CBD locations Permanent fulltime roles Fantastic career opportunities The firms: The job market is bursting with new opportunities. We have partnered with industry-leading law firms across Melbourne CBD. The opportunities: Paralegal / Personal Assistant | Family Law / Wills & Estates – CBD Small boutique firm with a focus on client relationships. Benefits: Flexible working options Learning & development opportunities Fantastic firm culture Paralegal | Corporate /Commercial Law – CBD National firm with generous benefits. Benefits: Close to public transport An attractive remuneration package Beautiful modern offices Paralegal | Property Law - CBD Highly successful mid-tier firm. Benefits: Work from home arrangements Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Supportive and nurturing environment Paralegal | Family Law | Commercial Litigation | Probate Modern and progressive boutique firm. Benefits: Friendly and supportive team Close to public transport An attractive remuneration package Paralegal | Corporate | Commercial Law - CBD A dynamic position with plenty of variety. Benefits: Health & wellbeing initiatives A friendly, down-to-earth, and supportive team environment Social events – social club and sporting teams How to Apply To apply for these roles, 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. If these roles aren’t 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. • Tue, 14 MayEngage Personnel
Paralegal/Personal Assistant - Family Law » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - A standout opportunity for a Paralegal/Personal Assistant to work along side a highly successful principle in family law. A standout opportunity for a Paralegal/Personal Assistant to work along side a highly successful principle in family law. Lovely boutique firm with a supportive culture Attractive remuneration up to $98,000 Ongoing professional development opportunities This is a fantastic opportunity to join a boutique family law and be part of their inspirational team. Our client is a lovely boutique family law firm located in CBD of Melbourne. They are looking for a Paralegal / Personal Assistant to step into an exciting and busy role, and to work one on one with a fantastic principle known for their friendly, personable and passionate nature. In this role you will have the opportunity to be heavily involved in files and complex family law work. This role offers significant growth opportunities and a supportive environment. Some of your duties will include; Diary Management Drafting and preparing court documents, lodging court documents Drafting letters Client management Drafting emails and correspondence File management Ad hoc administration tasks About You To be successful in this role, you will have previous experience in family law as a paralegal / legal assistant / personal assistant. It is an ideal opportunity for an experienced Paralegal / Personal Assistant who is wanting to stretch themselves. The benefits An attractive remuneration package (dependent on experience) is on offer Monthly team lunches Easy access to public transport, restaurants, cafes and exercise facilities Newly open plan office Friendly, dynamic and down to earth environment 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 • Tue, 14 MayEngage Personnel
Leasing Paralegal » Brisbane, QLD - + WFH 1 day a week ... The role As a Leasing Paralegal, you will support a Partner and duties will include preparation... You will have a minimum of 2 years Leasing Paralegal experience. They will train in Franchising. The Law Firm/ Salary Salary negotiable... • Mon, 13 MayEmpire Group
Paralegal - Leasing » Adelaide, SA - We are currently looking for a Leasing Paralegal to join our team in Adelaide on a casual, flexible basis, with the opportunity to work... • Mon, 13 MayThomson Geer
IP Paralegal - Permanent Part Time » Mulgrave, Monash Area - Brighter Futures Start Here We are an inclusive team who power two of the most iconic and loved brands, Kmart and Target. We have more than 50,000 passionate individuals across our stores, distribution centres, and offices around the globe. With our brands touching the lives of almost two million customers every week, you'll feel the impact of the work you'll do every day. Join our team in our unwavering promise to make everyday living brighter by providing great value products at the best prices for Australian and New Zealand families. As a leader in the retail market, we're optimistic about our future and yours. We're changing at a rapid rate, giving you challenging work that you'll be proud of. Join the team Kmart and Target are seeking an experienced IP Paralegal to join our Risk and Compliance team based in Mulgrave. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of two iconic brands and play a crucial role in managing our extensive trademark portfolio. As our brands continue to grow both locally and globally, your contribution will be invaluable in ensuring the protection of our intellectual property rights. If you're passionate about trademarks, compliance, and supporting a dynamic retail environment, we want to hear from you This is a permanent part time position working 4 days a week. In this role you will: Work closely with Marketing, Merchandise, and Design teams to identify trademark risks associated with products. Your proactive approach will help mitigate infringement risks and safeguard our brand integrity. Collaborate with our Legal and Compliance team to develop and deliver training material, ensuring relevant teams are up to date with the latest IP regulations and compliance practices. Dive into legislative updates and assist in drafting legal updates and advice. Your keen eye for detail and legal expertise will help us stay ahead of regulatory changes and ensure our business practices remain compliant. Manage our trademark portfolio, including monthly trademark watches, renewals, and new registrations. Be the primary point of contact for our trademark attorneys, providing instructions for lodging oppositions to third-party trademarks and coordinating international trademark management efforts with Anko Global. To be successful in this role you will have: A minimum of 5 years' experience as a paralegal, preferably within a corporate retail office or law firm. A Diploma in Paralegal Services or equivalent qualification coupled with a passion for intellectual property law. Previous experience in managing trademark portfolios is highly preferred. Your understanding of trademark administration, renewal processes, and application procedures will be critical to success. The ability to work autonomously, prioritize tasks efficiently, and learn quickly in a fast-paced environment. Your adaptability and initiative will enable you to thrive in this dynamic role. Strong collaboration and stakeholder engagement skills with the ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organisation. Benefits we'll offer you: Flexible hybrid working options through our Flex Where, Flex When, Flex Well policy, spending 60% of your week in our National Office A team member discount card that gives you a discount at Kmart, Target, Bunnings, and Officeworks A free OnePass membership offering free delivery across Kmart, Target & Catch on eligible products Access to the Kmart for You benefits program which entitles you to exclusive discounts and benefits in the areas of entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and health - with over 60 suppliers We want you to feel rewarded for your commitment and hard work that's why everyone gets the opportunity to participate in a bonus program Free onsite parking when you're required to come into the office We offer inclusive parental leave, a family room and ongoing support offered though our partnership with Circle In for team members of all backgrounds and family circumstances A dynamic learning and support program Opportunity to fast track your career through our Mentor Program as a Mentee or Mentor In-house café that serves breakfast, lunch and includes a collaborative space to work in A reflection room that can be used for prayer, meditation, or time for you A Kudos recognition program, where you are nominated by your peers to spin a wheel, to win a stack of cool prizes Regular product sample sales with loads of discounted items to purchase Wesfarmers is Kmart's parent company and each year eligible employees can elect to purchase shares through a salary sacrifice arrangement Great career opportunities across the broader Wesfarmers Group We're here to make everyday living brighter From humble beginnings in Burwood East, Victoria, in 1969, we're now an essential part of 300 communities, and proud of it From bedding to apparel to kitchenware and beyond. We're designing and creating the products people reach for every day. In-store, online, or Click & Collect - getting the products we love into the hands of happy customers is what we aim to do best. From the remote outback to coastal towns and big cities, and everywhere in-between. We're progressive in our pursuit to create seamless customer journeys for satisfied shoppers. A place you can belong At Kmart, we celebrate the rich diversity of the communities in which we operate and are committed to creating inclusive and safe environments where all our team members can contribute and succeed. We believe that all team members should feel valued, respected and safe irrespective of your gender, ethnicity, indigeneity, religious beliefs, education, age, disability, family responsibilities, sexual orientation and gender identity and we encourage applications from all candidates. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to be their best, when applying for a role or working at Kmart. We encourage you to tell us about any workplace adjustments that you would like, by emailing diversitykmart.com.au If you would like to explore a career with Kmart and this sounds like the perfect role for you - apply now We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. LI-Hybrid • Sun, 12 MayKmart
Contract Paralegal » The Rocks, Sydney - Become a pivotal member of a growing & highly regarded legal team at a global market leader Aon will provide you a meaningful, stimulating and exciting career Aon offers flexible working arrangements The Opportunity: Contract Paralegal We are seeking a talented individual to join Aon's legal team - based in Sydney - as a Contract Paralegal. The Contract Paralegal (Commercial) will be a member of the Aon Law Division reporting to the Senior Corporate Counsel. They will provide professional support to the Senior Corporate Counsel and team involving primarily commercial and transactional legal services. Aon is in the business of better decisions At Aon, we shape decisions for the better to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. As an organization, we are united through trust as one inclusive, diverse team, and we are passionate about helping our colleagues and clients succeed. What your day will look like Reviewing drafting and negotiating a range of commercial agreements ensuring that agreed terms are consistent with Aon Group's risk profile. Assisting brokers, clients, and markets in resolving issues related to contract wordings. Reviewing commercial documentation and related correspondence for completeness, accuracy and consistency. Contributing to and maintaining a library of contract clauses. Ongoing administration and variation of contracts. Building collaborative and productive working relationships with colleagues and other stakeholders within and outside Aon. Communicating legal requirements, processes and procedures effectively to the Business. Good time management and interpersonal skills. Positively and robustly promoting Aon's values and leadership model. How this opportunity is different We're a team of authentic and smart individuals focused on providing exceptional value to our clients and our local communities. Meaningful and genuine relationships are at the heart of our business success, and we're proud of our positive impact. Here at Aon, you're always more than just a job title. We encourage and support you to expand your knowledge and grow alongside some of the best people in the business - in Australia and throughout our connected global networks. Skills and experience that will lead to success Career paralegal with significant experience as a paralegal in-house or at a major law firm. Previous commercial contracting experience. Experience working in a fast-paced team. Ability to work efficiently and accurately and manage multiple engagements, processes and competing priorities simultaneously. Strong people skills with ability to work with others under pressure and to resolve conflict in a constructive manner. Be culturally sensitive and empathetic across all levels of the Aon. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively communicate ideas to sophisticated internal clients together with ability to persuade and negotiate effectively. Ability to process delicate and highly confidential information with discretion. A proactive and self-disciplined approach. Highly motivated, results oriented and client focussed. Able to uphold values of openness, integrity, honesty and teamwork. How we support our colleagues In addition to our comprehensive benefits package, we offer a variety of working style solutions including flexible work arrangements. We also recognise that flexibility goes beyond just the place of work and we are all for it. We call this Smart Working Furthermore, all colleagues enjoy two "Global Wellbeing Days" each year, encouraging you to take time to focus on yourself. Our continuous learning culture inspires and equips you to learn, share and grow, helping you achieve your fullest potential. As a result, at Aon, you are more connected, more relevant, and more valued. We encourage a diverse workforce. Aon values an innovative, diverse workplace where all colleagues feel empowered to be their authentic selves. Aon is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We provide individuals with disabilities reasonable accommodations to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment in accordance with applicable law. Please contact us to request an accommodation on ReasonableAdjustmentsAon.com Aon Paralegal LI-AB6 2540738 • Sun, 12 MayAon Corporation
Paralegal - Restructuring, Recoveries & Disputes » Adelaide, SA - We are currently looking for an intelligent and enthusiastic full-time Paralegal to join our Restructuring, Recoveries & Disputes team... • Sat, 11 MayThomson Geer
Paralegal - Restructuring, Recoveries & Disputes » Melbourne, VIC - We are currently looking for an intelligent and enthusiastic full-time Paralegal to join our Restructuring, Recoveries & Disputes team... • Sat, 11 MayThomson Geer
Paralegal » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Rewarding workplace, efficient systems admin support | Excellent Salary $100k & benefits | Brisbane CBD office Rewarding workplace, efficient systems admin support | Excellent Salary $100k & benefits | Brisbane CBD office Urban development, mixed-use and off-the-plan, focusing on contract administration for premier client across Queensland. Be part of collaborative team, in a highly regarded Brisbane firm. Very attractive salary package for the right candidate. If this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for, please reach out so we can help you find the one The company: This national law firm's property practice is known as one of Queensland's (and Australia's) best and is also one of the largest. Due to continued workflows this team has a new opportunity for another paralegal to join the firm working on mostly urban development and mixed-use developments. About the opportunity: You will work closely with authors and Partners within the team, as well as having the support of the administrative team. Day to day you will be: conducting and reviewing property searches; drafting and preparing legal correspondence and contracts; drafting relevant clauses and amendments to the standard contract terms; negotiating contract variations, administering property contracts, and reviewing contract executions; liaising with clients, banks and other solicitors on a daily basis as well as across the life of each transaction; preparing matter workspaces on PEXA for settlement; managing own file load across the life of the conveyancing transactions; providing exceptional client service skills and responsiveness; contributing to process improvement and systems with your strong IT literacy skills; support your team members, with your proactive approach and positive attitude; and assisting in the handover and providing any after settlement support. Skills/Experience: To be considered for this role you will have: at least 2 years' experience either as a conveyancer, property, leasing or banking & finance paralegal; experience in off-the-plan sales contracts for residential and mixed-use developments will be highly regarded; excellent attention to detail, strong organisational and time-management skills and administration experience; experience preparing workspaces and settling transactions by PEXA; the initiative and drive to take ownership of matters and client portfolios; ability to work as a team and autonomously to manage your own workload; and a passion for customer service and strong client relationship skills as this role will see you as a key client contact. Benefits: Awaiting you is: the opportunity to join a firm which has shown consistent year on year growth; a firm that truly values its staff - an outstanding track record of rewarding and promoting talent; and rewarding workplace with excellent staff benefits beyond a great salary. Apply now: Click APPLY or contact Bianca Faulke-Tanner at Peppercorn Recruitment on 0413 780 554 or email biancapeppercornrecruitment.com.au, quoting reference number 3756357 . 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, 11 MayPeppercorn Recruitment
Paralegal » New South Wales - your skill set. You will have: Experience in legal support roles as a Legal Assistant, Law Clerk or Paralegal Excellent... • Fri, 10 MayMaurice Blackburn
Paralegal » Shute Harbour, Whitsundays Area - PARALEGAL Are you an experienced paralegal or legal assistant looking for your next opportunity? Join our team of professionals in the Legal & Corporate office to provide legal services to Hamilton Island Enterprises Limited and its related entities. Your Role Conduct legal research and analysis on relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards affecting the company's operations Assist in the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts, agreements, and legal documents, including supplier contracts, NDAs, and licensing agreements Collaborate with internal departments to address legal issues and provide guidance on compliance matters Assist in ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, including industry-specific regulations and corporate governance requirements Assist in managing property sale files, including monitoring, and responding to correspondence and preparing documentation. Provide administrative support to the legal team, including scheduling meetings, managing calendars, and payment of invoices Stay informed about changes in laws, regulations, and industry trends relevant to the company's business activities Handle confidential information with discretion and maintain the highest standards of professionalism and ethics. Foster a workplace culture that reflects the core values of Hamilton Island - Service, Excellence, Team, Safety and Environment. About You Previous experience working as a paralegal or legal assistant, such as a law firm, in-house legal department or corporate setting (3 years minimum) Studying Bachelor's Degree in Law (Preferred) Strong understanding of corporate and commercial law, contracts, and regulatory compliance (Essential) High level of proficiency in legal research tools, such as Lexis Nexis, and Microsoft Office Suite, including SharePoint (Essential) About Us Part of the Whitsundays and in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island is one of Australia's most spectacular and sought-after holiday destinations. Surrounded by pristine white beaches, and a kaleidoscope of coral and marine life, the island boasts 4 resort options, over 20 different culinary options, a championship golf course, a luxury Yacht Club and of course the award winning qualia resort. Click 'Apply' to be taken to our Hamilton Island Careers page www.hamiltonisland.com.au/careers Hamilton Island is much more than a great place to work - it's an amazing career opportunity. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HIERecruitment Follow us on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/hamilton-island • Fri, 10 MayHamilton Island
IP Paralegal - Permanent Part Time » Mulgrave, VIC - an experienced IP Paralegal to join our Risk and Compliance team based in Mulgrave. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of two... as a paralegal, preferably within a corporate retail office or law firm. A Diploma in Paralegal Services or equivalent qualification... • Thu, 09 MayKmart

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