Advertiser: Womens Legal Service TasmaniaMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 12 Jan 2021
- Launceston & North East
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Legal, Family Law
Women's Legal Service Tasmania are currently recruiting a Solicitor to be based out of our Launceston office.
We are a community legal centre providing telephone and face to face legal advice, casework, representation and referral, as well as contributing to community legal education and law reform.
Working within our dedicated family violence units, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to travel throughout the north of the state to provide community education, training and client support to those experiencing, and those who have experienced, family violence.
With flexible working arrangements available, we will consider full-time or part-time arrangements for the right candidate.
With offices right around Tasmania, some intrastate travel may also be required from time to time.
SCHADS Level 4+ (negotiable, based on experience)
· From graduate to two years post admission experience.
· Providing high level legal advice and assistance to women experiencing family violence. Demonstrated experience in Family Law and an understanding of family violence is highly favourable, but not essential.
· Assist with the daily operations of the Launceston office, working with a small local team.
· Delivery of outreach services.
· Liaison with stakeholders.
· Unrestricted drivers licence required.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the position description and the selection criteria for the role. For further enquiries relating to the position, please contact Elise on (03) 6349 1943.
Please note that applicants must address the selection criteria to be considered for the position.
Applications are to be submitted by email to email@example.com (preferred) or mailed to PO Box 654 Launceston TAS 7250, by 5:00pm on Friday 29th January 2021.
All positions are advertised in accordance with an exemption granted by the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, exemption number 20/07/064.