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Positions vacant

  • Salary range: $98,005 pa - $114,387 pa
  • Position Number: 1215
  • This vacancy is for a period of 12 months with possibility of extension.

Legal Aid ACT is seeking suitably qualified persons to fill lawyer vacancies in the Family Practice.

The successful applicant will be required to work in a team of lawyers and support staff. The role requires you to conduct an effective legal aid service providing high volume and intensive case management to disadvantaged and vulnerable clients.

Further information is available from the position description or by contacting Brendon Morris, Litigation Practice Supervisor on 6243 3499 or email hr@legalaidact.org.au

Eligibility to hold a restricted Practicing Certificate in the ACT is required. Five years post admission experience is highly desirable.

Applications for this position should be forwarded to hr@legalaidact.org.au or the HR Manager, GPO Box 512, Canberra, ACT 2601. Applications are to be received by close of business Thursday 9 July 2020.

  • Salary range: $80,667 pa - $92,160 pa
  • Position Number: various

Legal Aid ACT is seeking suitably qualified persons to fill lawyer vacancies in the Family Practice.

The successful applicants will be required to work in a team of lawyers and support staff. The role requires you to conduct an effective legal aid service providing high volume and intensive case management to disadvantaged and vulnerable clients.

Further information is available from the position description or by contacting Brendon Morris, Litigation Practice Supervisor on 6243 3499 or email hr@legalaidact.org.au

Eligibility to hold a restricted Practicing Certificate in the ACT is required.

Applications for this position should be forwarded to hr@legalaidact.org.au or the HR Manager, GPO Box 512, Canberra, ACT 2601. Applications are to be received by close of business Thursday 9 July 2020.

  • PEL 1
  • $113417 to $127,043
  • Procedure Office

The Principal Research Officer is responsible for major research and writing tasks supporting the work of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights. This includes high-level legislative scrutiny, analysis and research, as well as preparing complex reports and briefs for consideration by the chair and committee.

The occupant of this position also manages preparatory work for meetings of the committee, other committee business and, as needed, assists with inquiries including the organisation of local and interstate public hearings. They are responsible for the supervision of lower level employees and may be required to act as secretary to the committee on occasions.

The Principal Research Officer also supports the work of the Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation and Scrutiny of Bills committee secretariats where necessary. The Principal Research Officer has a well-developed understanding of international human rights law, and of the role played by parliamentary committees.

To apply you are asked to provide a statement of no more than two pages addressing the selection criteria. Applications for this vacancy close on Sunday, 12 July 2020 at 11:30pm.

For additional information regarding this recruitment process please contact the Human Resource Management section on 02 6277 5924.

The North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) delivers high quality and culturally competent legal services to Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory.

View their careers page here.

 

 

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