|Salary:||$60 - 70K depending on experience|
|Company:||Australian and International Pilots Association|
|Telephone:||02 8307 7777|
|Apps close:||Sunday 5th May 2019|
The Australian and International Pilots Association (AIPA) is a professional association (union) that represents over 2,000 Qantas Group pilots in airline operations within Australia and around the world. AIPA is looking for a graduate lawyer with a keen interest in employment law and industrial relations to join its legal and industrial relations team.
This position will suit a graduate law student (or student close to graduating) and is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in employment law and industrial relations with a professional industrial association within the aviation industry.
This role is flexible depending on the successful candidates’ circumstances and can either be part-time (3 days a week minimum) or full time.
AIPA's friendly and social team comprises around 15 professionals in a variety of roles, and 9 pilot executive.
Successful candidate will have:
An interest in and passion for employment law and industrial relations (ESSENTIAL);
A high level of verbal and written communication skills;
Strong analytical and technical skills;
Bachelor of laws (or nearing completion);
The ability to manage deadlines and prioritise work accordingly;
Good practice of business ethics; and
The ability to work in a team environment and independently.
Type of work:
Enterprise bargaining agreement development and applications;
Legal research, preparation of submissions and reports, briefs to counsel;
Providing advice on enterprise agreements, modern awards, policy documents and manuals; and
Assisting members with queries regarding their employment terms and conditions and representing them in disciplinary matters.
AIPA’s office is modern and well resourced, located close to Mascot train station.
For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact us on 02 8307 7777.
Please forward your CV and a covering letter which details your interest in employment law and industrial relations to email@example.com