Victoria Legal Aid Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$100m to $500m (AUD)
Salary estimated from 817 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
$102,121 per year
$153,769 per year
Chief Information Officer
$80,298 per year
Conference Booker in Melbourne, VIC
on 22 September 2014
Productive, serious but relaxed workplace
Marvellous supportive team, Manager who is trusting of employees to use initiative to do work allocated. Always asking for improvements to work. Relaxed atmosphere. NFP. Assisting people in family law area an often stressful area with a high workload. A joy to work with such a great team of people. No question was too stupid to ask. Praise and support where needed. Regular social activities, lunch, meetings. Small team but productive in output. Did not want to leave. I learnt the difference between being micromanaged as a former employee and being accepted, trusted to do my work and use sound judgement. Learnt new programs. I related to my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was learning the process. Once learnt attention to detail was vital. Neatness, multi tasking files not rushing. Enjoyable part of the job the people. The freedom to take lunch when wanted to between 12-2 and be trusted.
Legal Aid Intern in Melbourne City Centre VIC
on 10 December 2019
A good place for a Law student to intern and network with past and present law faculty alumni.
I worked there as an unpaid intern (volunteer), with the parenting disputes team. I came into work every moring around 8AM-9AM and prepared case briefs for the staff working on their individual cases.
Administrative Services Officer in Melbourne CBD
on 29 December 2013
Career purpose working towards human rights and social justice
Career working towards assisting disadvantaged persons in the community with their legal needs in offering high quality administrative/secretarial services.
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