|Telephone:||(08) 9470 2777|
|Apps close:||Friday 9th July 2021|
This role primarily involves taking employment law enquiries from individuals who are experiencing difficulties at work or who have lost their job.
You will need to provide legal information, build a relationship with the individual, and book an appointment with the legal team member.
On the job training will be provided but the ideal candidate should have some employment law / HR knowledge (or interest in the area).
A secondary part of the role will involve taking family law enquiries. To take the family law enquiries, you do not need family law training or experience. On the job training will be provided.
The other part of the role will involve general administrative secretarial duties.
Please state clearly in your application whether you have employment law (or HR) knowledge or not. Please also answer the questions below to the best of your ability.
We are looking for someone who has the ability to learn quickly, is up for a challenge and attend to a high volume of calls every day (at least 30 follow up calls per day).
This role does not involve exposure to substantial legal work as it is mostly client enquiry based, with some administrative tasks involved.
Therefore, this position will not suit law students, law graduates, lawyer or ex-lawyers.
You will receive on the job training but we will prefer to start with an applicant with some experience or willingness to learn - that's why we have created these compulsory questions.
Salary is from $60,000 per annum, for full-time.
Our preference is for full-time but we will consider part-time for the right candidate.
Legal qualification are not necessary for the role. Some HR or employment experience or training is desirable.
Please answer these questions when applying for the job and include them in your cover letter.
Email your CV and cover letter Nicholas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please answer briefly these questions:
1.What is a genuine redundancy?
2.What is the difference between an unfair dismissal claim and a redundancy?
3.Explain general protections, and who do general protections laws apply to?
4.What is an enterprise bargaining agreement and what are the benefits of having one?