Permanent Full Time
The Client Services Division of Legal Aid WA is seeking an experienced Coordinator in Standards, Compliance and Assessment to develop, implement and maintain frameworks for effective work flow systems and best practice procedures.
This position works closely with the Assessing Team Leaders, Managing Solicitor and Divisional Director to optimise staff, stakeholders and client management practices and has Divisional responsibility for a wide reporting framework.
This position is responsible for the management of the Civil/Crime Team Leaders including performance management and development, ensuring staff are working towards the delivery of Client Service objectives and fostering effective team work.
The successful candidate will have well-developed leadership and interpersonal skills, an ability to build constructive relationships at all levels and to communicate effectively, assertively and courteously with practitioners, staff and difficult clients.
An understanding of the legal profession in Western Australia and legal practice management will be highly regarded.
In return we offer a strong team working environment and a range of benefits in line with business requirements, which may include professional development opportunities, flexible working and leave arrangements and a range of health and well being initiatives.
Legal Aid is an independent statutory authority funded by the State Government and Commonwealth Governments. It provides services to over 100,000 clients each year in the areas of criminal, family and civil law and through Legal Aid offices in Perth, Bunbury, Albany, Kalgoorlie, Geraldton, South Hedland, Broome, Kununurra, Carnarvon and Christmas Island.
For Further Job Related Information
For further job related information, please download an Application Package (made up of the Job Description Form, Remuneration Information and Application Guidelines), by clicking each of the documents attached.
Enquiries should be directed to Colleen Brown on (08) 9261 6371 or Colleen.Brown@legalaid.wa.gov.au.
The selection panel will use the selection criteria and core competencies outlined in the Job Description Form to assess your suitability for the position. Your cover letter should demonstrate your ability to meet these, focusing mainly on the criteria highlighted in bold in the attached Job Description Form.
Candidates who are selected for interview will be assessed against ALL selection criteria at the interview stage.
Applicants are required to prove their suitability for the role by submitting:
- A fully completed online Application Form (this will automatically generate when you click on “Apply for Job” button);
- A comprehensive CV (max. five pages); and
- Covering letter (max. three pages) outlining your interest in the role and providing examples that demonstrate your ability to meet the role specific requirements, focusing mainly on the criteria highlighted in bold in the JDF.
To apply please click on the "APPLY FOR JOB" button.
ONLY APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED VIA THIS WEBPAGE WILL BE ACCEPTED.
If you are experiencing any difficulties in applying online, or do not have access to the internet, contact 9261 6496 and quote recruitment ID LA19224.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICANT TO ENSURE THAT THEIR APPLICATION IS RECEIVED ON TIME, AT THE CORRECT ADDRESS OR LOCATION. LODGEMENT IS SYSTEM GENERATED. ANY SUBMISSIONS RECEIVED ON OR AFTER THE CLOSING DATE/TIME WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Appointment to a Legal Aid WA position is subject to satisfactory national police certificate and 100 point identification check.
This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, and it might also be used to fill other similar vacancies throughout our organisation. Alternatively, should the successful candidate decline or vacate the advertised position, then the next most suitable candidate may be selected from this process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of six (6) months (unless otherwise stated) from the completion date of the initial selection process. Should no suitable candidate be identified, or an offer declined, the panel may search for further candidates beyond the closing date.
Substantive Equality Statement
Legal Aid is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment and encourages Indigenous Australians, young people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for positions within our agency.
To find out more about us, please visit www.legalaid.wa.gov.au
- guidelines for job applicants.pdf
- jdf - coordinator.pdf
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Permanent - Full Time
2019-09-26 5:00 PM