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EL 2 - Senior Legal Officer
Michael Page, Canberra
The EL 2 Senior Legal Officer in the Professional Services and Relationships Group provides high level advice on legal and legislative issues confronting the Agency. Under the broad supervision and guidance of the Executive Director, the duties include:* Acting as the primary in-house legal advisor on the Auditor-General Act 1997 and related legislative instruments;* Leading, co-ordinating, and delivering complex, technical or sensitive law interpretation work that has strategic and/or operational significance to the Agency;* Researching, analysing and providing high-level legal advice to the Agency Executive and a range of key internal stakeholders on issues that are regarded as significant to business and to the achievement of Agency outcomes;* Resolving significant, precedential and priority legal issues through collaborative processes with internal and external stakeholders;* Managing legislative review processes, including liaising with Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and drafting instructions to the Office of Parliamentary Counsel;* Preparing written legal advice on a range of matters, including matters referred from audit teams;* Delivering and supporting a full range of in-house legal services and assistance on a range of matters, including but not limited to:o contracts and procurement processes;o employment and industrial relations matters;o general administrative law;o statutory interpretation.* Centrally managing the use of legal services and providers.The successful candidate will have the following:* Experience in applying relevant legal knowledge and skills to operate effectively in both the legal and non-legal environment to use understanding of the Australian law adaptively to think beyond traditional responses and processes to produce effective strategies and solutions.* Demonstrated high level analytic, conceptual, and problem-solving skills, with the ability to research complex matters and reach sound conclusions.* Managing multiple technical projects simultaneously through strong cross-functional collaboration.* Experience in building and sustaining relationships with internal and external stakeholders to influence outcomes, exchange information, resolve and deliver required solutions to legal issues.* The ability work with a significant degree of independence while working closely with the Executive level staff to ensure legislative review and legalprocesses and activities are best practice.* Proven experience in balancing a dynamic workload, planning time effectively to deliver workplace goals, including the delivery of a quality, professional and accurate service within set timeframes/deadlines.EligibilityQualification - To be eligible for this position you are required to hold a degree in law and must hold a restricted government practising certificate in the ACT or admission as a practitioner, however described, of the High Court or the Supreme Court of an Australian State or Territory.Citizenship - To be eligible for employment with the ANAO, applicants must be an Australian citizen.Security Clearance - The Australian community requires the highest level of integrity from Agency employees. The preferred applicant will be required to obtain and maintain an AGSVA security clearance. For more information about this process, please refer to the AGSVA website.