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Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA) has a range of opportunities for employment.

Senior Solicitor

Port Lincoln, Ceduna or Port Augusta

 Full Time– 8.30am to 5.06pm, Monday to Friday

  • Excellent Conditions & Salary Sacrificing opportunities and relocation assistance.
  • Ongoing positions subject to probation
  • Based in Port Lincoln, Ceduna or Port Augusta

The Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA) (FVLSAC) – is a community legal service assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims/survivors of family violence and/or sexual assault. We work with families and communities, providing face to face and/or telephone legal advice to our clients.  We have offices in Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Ceduna and provide services to these areas and surrounding communities.  FVLSAC also provides client support services and community legal education.

We currently have an opportunity for a Senior Solicitor who is accountable to the Principal Legal Officer for the provision of legal advice, education and representation to FVLSAC clients.

The role requires a Solicitor with extensive experience working in the field of Family Law, Child Protection and Victims of Crime. An Unrestricted Practicing Certificate is a requirement, with at least 5 years relevant experience.

This position is designed for an experienced practitioner who enjoys working with a close-knit team and has excellent problem-solving skills.

The role offers a rewarding balance of legal experience, the opportunity to develop client management skills, and developing and maintaining strong community networks.

TO APPLY:  Please contact Atheana Bitmead, Corporate Services Manager by email at  atheana.bitmead@fvlsac.org.au  to obtain a copy of the Job and Person Specifications prior to applying for the role.

All applications must be emailed to:  atheana.bitmead@fvlsac.org.au

Applications close:  Wednesday, 24 April 2024 at 5pm.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Client Support Officer – Ceduna

Full Time – Monday to Friday

  • Excellent Conditions & Salary Sacrifice opportunities
  • Ongoing position, subject to Probation
  • Pay Classification – Level 4                Hourly Rate: $41.52 – $44.68
  • Award – Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award 2010

The Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA) (FVLSAC) is a community legal services assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander – victims/survivors of family violence and/or sexual assault in the state of South Australia.

We have offices in Port Lincoln, Ceduna and Port Augusta and provide services to these areas and surrounding communities. FVLSAC also provides client support services and community legal education.

The Client Support Officer based in Ceduna is responsible for maintaining strong networks with local service providers and agencies to ensure that FVLSAC services are communicated in local areas. The Client Support Officer will take a key role in the delivery of community legal education and early intervention activities. A team approach will be required with other FVLSAC employees to work successfully in this role.

It will be essential that you have a strong awareness of the issues affecting FVLSAC’s clients, confidentiality, integrity and consultation skills and the capacity to represent the Organisation sensitively and effectively.

Critical to this role will be your style, approach and ability to engage with the community.  A professional telephone manner, good computer and organisation skills and neat presentation will be important to your success.

HOW TO APPLY – Please contact Atheana Bitmead, Corporate Services Manager by email at: atheana.bitmead@fvlsac.org.au for further information and to obtain a copy of the Job and Person Specification.

All applications must be emailed to atheana.bitmead@fvlsac.org.au, not the SEEK site.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close:  Monday, 29 April 2024.