ARC Justice provides an engaging and supportive work environment that will support you in your future career. We provide generous leave allowances, and support professional development opportunities. Being a not for profit organisation, you can also take advantage of Salary Packaging to increase your effective take home pay. As well as these benefits, you will have the comfort in knowing that you are helping to support the most disadvantaged members of our community with access to justice and housing.
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Senior Lawyer – Supervising (LCCLC)
Full time (ongoing)
Are you seeking a flexible opportunity to apply your legal skills in a diverse and stimulating environment which enables access to justice for some of regional Victoria’s most vulnerable community members? We have the role for you!
This newly created position within the LCCLC is responsible for the day to day supervision of a small team of staff, ensuring a high-quality service that responds to community need through a strong team culture.
The Senior Lawyer – Supervising will lead our family violence work, including our place-based specialist family violence service. All LCCLC staff are rostered to cover different advice services, including night service and family violence duty services using flexible work arrangements.
ARC Justice offers tax-effective salary packaging (up to $30,000 grossed-up per FBT Year), plus access to Accommodation and Meal Entertainment packaging. We also provide an additional three days ex gratia leave between Christmas and New Year’s Day.
In addition to possessing the qualifications necessary to practicing law in Victoria, applicants must have a minimum of 5 years high-level experience in one or more of our key practice areas, demonstrated ability to supervise staff, and a desire to work within the public interest and community law sector.
Enquiries can be directed to Lindy Harland (03) 5445 0909 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information on How to Apply below.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted via email to email@example.com and not through the Seek website.
Applications must include a Curriculum Vitae (CV/Resume), Cover letter and response to the key selection criteria (not exceeding two pages). Please note that applications that do not address the key selection criteria will not be considered for interview.
Please address applications to Naomi Burch, HR & Governance Officer and emailed by 9.00 am Monday 24th February 2020 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal opportunity principals will be applied and people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.