Legal PA Jobs in Australia : 3 job openings

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An exciting opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant looking to join a large governmental department. Client Details Our client is a well-known state government body responsible for providing essential services to the community. With offices located in the Sydney CBD and close to public transport it is a great opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant to take the next step in their career. Description As an integral member of the department you will utilising your skills and be responsible for providing support to the office by: Managing and maintaining executive diaries and scheduling effectively Answering phone calls and directing to the appropriate department Assisting with budget preparation and co-ordination of finances Maintaining records and updating the database as required Opening, organizing and drafting responses to correspondence Preparing papers and presentations for meetings Attending and taking minutes of meetings Maintaining inventory of supplies and maintenance of office equipment Profile As a senior executive assistant the ideal candidate will be an efficient multitasker and will also possess: 2 years experience as a senior executive assistant Ability to work within tight deadlines effectively A high level of written and oral communication skills Extensive experience with minute taking and dictation Ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment Experience within government departments, both state and federal, will be highly regarded Job Offer The selected candidate will receive an attractive hourly rate with the opportunity to gain new skills and progress your career. To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Cassandra Ross on +61 2 8292 2224
Bendigo Goldfields and Macedon Ranges, AU, VIC
Are you an experienced professional looking for a new challenge?Do you have exceptional communication skills and thrive on customer service?Then look no further! We are on a quest to meet the finest professional talent Bendigo has to offer. ESE are searching for motivated individuals to undertake both long and short term roles in some of Bendigo’s leading organisations.The main duties will include but are not limited to the following:Diary managementProvide governance and secretariat support to the CEO, Board and CommitteesMinute action items from meetings and follow-up actionsLiaise with staff and managers to gather information and follow-up action itemsPrepare documentsAdvanced MS Office skills and strong interpersonal skills are a must and a current Working with Childrens Check would be advantageous. If you have a professional “can do” attitude and significant experience in supporting senior management in secretarial/administrative roles then we want to hear from you!
Work hard, have fun and make history with Amazon's legal team. We are looking for a smart and motivated individual to provide administrative assistance to join our retail legal team in Australia. Responsibilities include drafting correspondence, producing standard form legal agreements, coordinating agreement approvals and execution, tracking documents, maintaining and producing status reports, word processing, performing general office tasks for senior stakeholders (such as calendaring, filing and budget tracking), engaging with the team to build re-usable resources and improve processes, and coordinating other legal and administrative matters with stakeholders.The successful candidate will be a self-starter who can:· work efficiently and independently· manage high volumes of tasks and projects with little guidance· react with appropriate urgency to situations and events that require a quick response or turnaround· exercise good judgement· take effective action without having to know the total picture; and· think creatively and be proactive in solving problems that affect people within the group or related groups.The candidate will also be client-service oriented, have great attention to detail while still meeting tight deadlines, have great organization skills and have the ability to switch gears with ease. It is essential that the successful candidate have a high level of professionalism, integrity, and discretion in handling confidential information, as well as the ability to work well with people at all levels inside and outside the company.The role is based in Sydney, Australia and occasional travel for work may be required.
One Legal
Melbourne, Victoria
Are you a Conveyancing Law Clerk looking for an ongoing temporary Conveyancing role close to home near to Berwick with a well-regarded law firm offering flexible hours (part or full time)?The FirmThis Conveyancing Clerk role is with an excellent Boutique suburban law firm within a friendly, down-to-earth team, headed up by a well-regarded Property Lawyer. They are located in lovely modern offices and the hours have some flexibility to help fit around your requirements.The RoleStarting as ...
60000 70000
Michael Page
This position offers an abundant array of legal assistant duties as well as exciting opportunities to work alongside top tier legal practitioners to develop your own personal legal knowledge and practical experience. These entail the below:Represents Attorney by communicating and obtaining informationFollowing-up on delegated assignmentsPersonal Injury experienceKnowing when to act and when to refer matters to attorneyExtensive diary managementProof reading Legal Documents and client correspondenceAdvanced communication skills both verbal and writtenAd hoc administrative duties2+ years' experience working within a legal environmentExperience working within Personal InjuryExceptional oral communication skillsHigh level of Dictation/Transcription skillsHigh standard of personal presentationAttention to detailStrong multi-tasking and organisational skillsProven ability to develop interpersonal relationshipsHighly proficient in all Microsoft applications and software programsPrepare and collate briefs for courtLodge court documents electronically
Astrum Recruitment
CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs > Sydney
Outgoing & Supportive Team environment with a work hard/play hard ethos Located in the heart of the CBD $70K + Super The CompanyOur client is a boutique commercial law firm located in the heart of the Sydney CBD. Established in 2004, they are a team of 20 highly skilled and dedicated lawyers and legal support personnel that advise clients in the areas of corporate and commercial law, litigation and dispute resolution, employment, real estate, intellectual property, restructuring and insolvency. The RoleThe role of Legal Assistant reports to the Practice Manager, and is responsible for providing direct support to 2 Lawyers by completing a range of administrative and personal assistant duties. Duties and Responsibilities Email correspondence (direct access to inbox's) Diary management, replying to meeting requests, booking and arranging meeting rooms Collating and filing of all legal documents Preparation and delivery of court documents The Ideal Candidate Previous experience in a legal administration position (legal assistant, legal secretary) Strong business acumen and ability to interact with various stakeholders and clients Be professionally presented The proven ability to work within a team and complete a wide range of tasks This role has a very manageable workload with clear processes and procedures to follow Opportunity to be a part of an outgoing and supportive team environment with a work hard/play hard ethos Supportive leadership team with great rewards - great birthday perks and recognition for a job well done! If interested in this position apply immediately or call Jessica on 9900 5812 for a confidential discussion.
Anglicare Victoria
Melbourne, Northern Suburbs
Part time, fixed term position until June 2019 located at Broadmeadows Coordinate and deliver a Group work program for mothers and children impacted by family violence. Salary packaging available with the role About Us:At Anglicare Victoria our focus is on transforming the futures of children and young people, families and adults. Our work is based on three guiding pillars, Prevent, Protect, Empower. We offer a comprehensive network of services and seek to ensure the provision of high quality services that will bring about significant improvements in the life experience of the young people, children and families/caregivers with whom we work.The Position: The 'Growing Connections' project will build on Anglicare's service provision by targeting mothers and their children 6-12 years who have experienced family violence. The main outcome of this project is an innovative, experiential, healing experience for children 6-12 years (and their mothers) that have experienced family violence, through a group program called Growing Connections.A further outcome of this project is to explore and develop collaborative relationships with Family violence service providers and the broader community service sector in Hume working with fathers with a view to; develop linkages, pathways and alignment between Men's Behaviour Change programs, Women' Services Family Services and the broader community services who engage with fathers and their children.To Be Successful in this Position You Will Need: A relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Early Childhood Specialist and/or related behavioural sciences at degree level with relevant experience; or associate diploma level with substantial experience in the relevant service stream, or less formal qualifications with specialised skills sufficient to perform at this level Significant, demonstrated experience and training in group-work and group facilitation Thorough understanding of Family Violence, and its impact on children and families and the capacity to be resilient when working therapeutically with clients who have been exposed to trauma The ability to engage children and their families and demonstrated experience working collaboratively with families Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to commencement.How to Apply: Detailed Position Description PD - Group_Project Worker - Growing Connections - May 2018.pdf To apply for this position you will need to complete the online application. You will be requested to attach your resume and your responses to the Key Selection Criteria as separate documents.For further enquiries contact: Margarita Karamitros on 9301 5200.Applications close: Wednesday 13 June 2018We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.Advertised: 28 May 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 13 Jun 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time PD - Group_Project Worker - Growing Connections - May 2018.pdf
Pan Pacific Melbourne
Melbourne, Victoria, AU
Reporting to the Group, Conference and Events Manager, the Group Conference & Event Sales Executive will focus on maximising revenue opportunities in all areas of group reservations, conferences and events. The Group, Conference & Event Sales Executive will drive sales and business leads with the intention of earning repeat and extended business.