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Average salary in branch "Legal" in the last 12 months in

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The distribution of vacancies in the category "Legal" of

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As seen in the chart, in the greatest number of vacancies in the category of Legal are opened in . In the second place is Wimmera, and the third - Central Highlands and Goldfields.

Popular professions rating in the category "Legal in " in 2021 year

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Legal Contracts Administrator is the most popular profession in in the category Legal. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 107. The average salary of the profession of Legal Contracts Administrator is 3430 aud

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The most highly paid profession in in the category Legal is Legal Expenses Business Development Manager. According to our website the average salary is 7378 aud. In the second place - Legal Customer Service Manager with a salary 3701 aud, and the third - Legal Contracts Administrator with a salary 3430 aud.

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Insurance Law - FutureYou
FutureYou, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Global brand is seeking a highly experienced Healthcare Special Counsel with a background in defendant medical negligence/malpractice to join a close-knit & collaborative team of 10, working across two specialists in the Melbourne market. Acting for a mix of large insurers, medical practitioners, public & private hospitals & healthcare providers (including allied health professionals), you will have the opportunity to lead a caseload of complex medical malpractice & healthcare work including: Defence of high value & complex medical negligence matters from inception to settlement/trial. Drafting advice – including providing high-level strategic advice on coverage/indemnity. The defence of complex & high-value claims involving instructing medical experts and external Counsel. Running arbitration, settlement conferences & mediations. The candidate will possess the following skills: A minimum of 7-10 years’ PAE gained within a top-tier, mid-tier or specialist defendant insurance law firm specifically in the medical negligence & healthcare space. Ability to autonomously manage & run a busy caseload of complex/high-value files; Regular appearance work & use of senior Counsel. Strategic-thinker with a client focused approach. A keen interest in marketing, business development & client events. Excellent interpersonal, leadership and communication skills; and Ability to manage and supervise juniors within the team. In return you will have an opportunity to manage a: High-profile, varied client base The opportunity to work with a Chambers-rated leading practitioners in this space. Strong career progression prospects within a niche team. Warm, friendly & open-door culture with flexible working practices. To apply for this position, please click the 'Apply Now' button below. For a confidential discussion, please contact Camilla Overall on 0291952981/0421 171 391.
Medic - FutureYou
FutureYou, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Global brand is seeking a highly experienced Healthcare Special Counsel with a background in defendant medical negligence/malpractice to join a close-knit & collaborative team of 10, working across two specialists in the Melbourne market. Acting for a mix of large insurers, medical practitioners, public & private hospitals & healthcare providers (including allied health professionals), you will have the opportunity to lead a caseload of complex medical malpractice & healthcare work including: Defence of high value & complex medical negligence matters from inception to settlement/trial. Drafting advice – including providing high-level strategic advice on coverage/indemnity. The defence of complex & high-value claims involving instructing medical experts and external Counsel. Running arbitration, settlement conferences & mediations. The candidate will possess the following skills: A minimum of 7-10 years’ PAE gained within a top-tier, mid-tier or specialist defendant insurance law firm specifically in the medical negligence & healthcare space. Ability to autonomously manage & run a busy caseload of complex/high-value files; Regular appearance work & use of senior Counsel. Strategic-thinker with a client focused approach. A keen interest in marketing, business development & client events. Excellent interpersonal, leadership and communication skills; and Ability to manage and supervise juniors within the team. In return you will have an opportunity to manage a: High-profile, varied client base The opportunity to work with a Chambers-rated leading practitioners in this space. Strong career progression prospects within a niche team. Warm, friendly & open-door culture with flexible working practices. To apply for this position, please click the 'Apply Now' button below. For a confidential discussion, please contact Camilla Overall on 0291952981/0421 171 391.
Compliance & Trade Practices Law - McArthur
McArthur, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Our Client is looking to recruit a Compliance Manager for a 6 month period to lead a small team and have significant input in several key compliance projects. Key responsibilities include: - Supporting the Organisation to fulfil its regulatory obligations Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the compliance team Responsibility for systems, processes, and outcomes Contributing/responsible for best practice contemporary approach to regulation To be successful in this role you will be a qualified, practising lawyer specialising in administrative law or another stream of law directly relevant to regulatory compliance, with proven experience leading a team tasked with the end-to-end management of compliance matters, including those relating to professional conduct, fitness to practice, and offences under the Act. You'll pride yourself on your strong interpersonal skills, confidence communicating effectively at all levels, and will thrive in a continuous improvement environment. With exceptional attention to detail, you'll be passionate about achieving positive regulatory outcomes and diligent in ensuring your team apply administrative law principles at every step in the regulatory process. The role will be based central Melbourne CBD offices with potential for flexible working arrangements for the successful candidate. Immediate start preferred with applications being reviewed upon submission. The successful applicant will need to satisfy a national police clearance with full eligibility to work in Australia. To apply please visit the McArthur website at www.mcarthur.com.au, referencing job number 143373 in the search bar. For a confidential conversation, please contact Fiona Bain on (03) 9828 6553
Internal Review Case Officer
HAYS, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Victoria
12 months WFH & office APS 6 $53.35 plus super per hour Location Footscray Dandenong Broadmeadows Your new company Visible position within growing division Well-known for their positive mark in the Disability Sector, this organisation is going through a period of growth aimed at developing procedures and pushing best practice. This opportunity is a visible appointment within the organisation that will take your career to the next level This organisation are seeking an experienced professional who has worked in case management, claims, dispute resolution or assessing roles to assist in the development and implementation of their newly created team. Your new role You will be responsible for; Interpreting and applying policy, legislation procedures and practices to the management of claims. Investigating and analysing documentation while gathering additional relevant information from third parties. Apply legislation while adhering to organisation guidelines and policies. Daily/Weekly/Monthly work planning and managing competing priorities to make timely and well-informed decisions on claims related matters Adhering to legislative time frames. Drafting decision letters. Effectively communicate with stakeholders and positively contribute to the outcomes expected under the business goals What you'll need to succeed Applicants will additionally need to demonstrate; Previous experience applying legislation and/or policy coverage essential. Ability to prioritise workload. Excellent time management and communication skills. Experience supporting people in difficult situations. Competency with IT Systems. Being a team player What you'll get in return You will be given exemplary training, ongoing support and a highly competitive pay rate. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or feel free to contact Fay Thomas at Hays on 03 9604 9577 or email fay.thomashays.com.au If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2515356
Recruitment Resourcer - Geelong
HAYS, Geelong Region, Victoria, Geelong
Hays Australia REM An entry level recruitment job, based in Geelong for a leading Recruitment agency. Start your career in Recruitment now Provide recruitment support to our white/ blue collar high volume desks. Your new company A recruiting career with Hays is like no other; we play a unique role in the global world of work. We are the world's leading recruiting experts in qualified, professional and skilled work. Our expertise across a wide range of specialised industries and professions enables us to bring the right person together with the right job. We are currently looking for the addition of a Resourcer to join our business. Your new role Hays has an opportunity for a driven and diligent resourcer to support our teams in sourcing quality candidates. A job in recruitment is fast paced and demanding but is incredibly rewarding in many facets both professionally and financially. Responsibilities will include: Candidate Sourcing and Management Writing advertisements and marketing material Sourcing candidates for a high-volume specialist industry via a multitude of channels Assessing applications and conducting thorough interviews reviewing candidates skills, behaviours and attitude Maintain compliance and candidate profiles Complete due diligence actions including Police Checks, Medical Bookings and Qualification checks Payroll duties & excel reporting when required Provide outstanding service to your candidates while taking a genuine interest in their career and businesses Build and maintain candidate pools for current and future demand Manage candidate aftercare This role will focus predominately on candidate management and administration support, but we are looking for candidates who have the ability to take ownership of recruitment responsibilities in the absence of a consultant or during busy times. This includes email and telephone correspondence with clients. What you'll need to succeed Experience working in a previous position using Microsoft office systems including outlook, word, excel and PowerPoint. Have great attention to detail Exceptional problem-solving skills Great customer service etiquette Sales and/or customer service experience Tenacity, commitment and resilience You'll thrive under pressure and respond proactively and positively to targets. You'll need to be able to prioritise and effectively manage your time and meet deadlines. You'll need to be inquisitive, wanting to understand more about people and businesses. You will have a willingness to learn, a drive to succeed and skills to be able to communicate with candidates and internal/external providers of all levels. You’ll need to be passionate about people and be able to provide a superior level of service. What you'll get in return We grow and develop our talent and will invest heavily in your development. Joining Hays, you will be taught all aspects of this role and full training is provided to the right candidates. This includes mentoring with a senior leader and structured one-on-one coaching with our Training team. You will have access to a renowned database and the best tools and resources available to assist you in becoming a recruiting expert. As well as the comprehensive training, we also offer a range of celebrations, rewards and benefits. What you need to do now Our people tell us that Hays is a great place to work, over 90% of our employees say that they are proud to work for Hays. You could have the opportunity to advance your career with the market leading agency and be proud of who you work for too. Getting curious? Contact Tanya McDonald – People & Culture Coordinator by submitting your application. At Hays, we value diversity and are passionate about placing people in a role where they can flourish and succeed. We actively encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. LHS 297508 2493843 Hays Australia REM
Diversity and Inclusion Lead
HAYS, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Victoria
Hays Australia REM Diversity and Inclusion Lead Your new company This well-known education provider is a long-term client of Hays Human Resources. Your new role This is a newly created position for a Diversity and Inclusion lead to join the organisation on an initial 6 month fixed term period, with potential for permanent conversion. This role will report directly into the Head of HR and work collaboratively with the large HR team. What you'll need to succeed Highly experienced in diversity and inclusion Strong knowledge of Gender Equity Act Excellent communication skills, with an ability to develop trusting relationships across the organisation The ability to influence, engage and drive positive change Education or Government experience highly desirable but not essential What you'll get in return Fantastic newly created position – make it your own Report into an inspiring leader committed to the diversity and inclusion agenda Work with a large HR team Education sector going through transformational change What you need to do now All applications will be considered immediately. Please "Apply Now" or send your CV to Justin Logue at justin.loguehays.com.au LHS 297508 2490677 Hays Australia REM
Talent-Acquisition Coordinator
HAYS, Melbourne Region, Victoria, Eastern Melbourne
Hays Australia REM A Recruitment Coordinator role with real work-life balance 3 month opportunity with possibility of extension Your new company A facilities management organisation located in one of Melbourne’s south-eastern coastal suburbs. Your new role Reporting to the general manager, this role will see you perform a variety of responsibilities to support the business with regards to recruitment in both the blue- and white-collar spaces. This will include Posting advertisements and reviewing response Phone screening, short-listing and arranging interviews Arranging pre-employment and background checks and screening Administrative support of recruitment processes What you'll need to succeed To be successful in this position, you will have: Strong recruitment experience, ideally working on varied blue- and white-collar roles Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills An ability to work with various stakeholders What you'll get in return In return, you’ll get the opportunity to work close to home in the south-eastern suburbs, with the flexibility to work part-time and choose the days that suit you. You’ll be paid $35-$38ph super, experience-dependant, and work in a relaxed, down-to-earth environment with people who are outcome-focused, not time-watchers. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or email clare.russellhays.com.au. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2509977 Hays Australia REM