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u&u Recruitment Partners
Sydney NSW
  • Recognised as one of the nation’s most innovative law firms.
  • You will have strong drafting skills, a passion for this area of the law as well as excellent…
AFL Recruitment
Sydney NSW
$70,000 - $85,000 a year
  • Our client is a premier plaintiff law firm with one of the highest WIN rates of any plaintiff firm [far exceeding other firms] spanning over 25 years.
Sydney Central Business District NSW
  • Project managing the clerkship & graduate recruitment process including branding, selection, assessment, and development programs.
AFL Recruitment
Sydney NSW
  • Are a graduate/junior lawyer with minimum 2+ years (OR MORE) broad experience in commercial law and/or commercial litigation;
  • SYDNEY. $65,000-$85,000.
  • Relevant tertiary and post graduate qualifications in tax, accounting or legal specialisations.
  • Update the business on domestic and international changes in tax…
Sydney Central Business District NSW
$34 an hour
  • We do not discriminate on the basis of categories protected under local law.
  • To be successful in this role, you will be a HR Officer with graduate recruitment…
Sydney NSW
$100,000 a year
  • Graduate degree in finance, commerce, law, STEM or similar, with post-graduate qualifications or additional study viewed favourably.
  • Ideally, you’ll also have.
Empire Careers
Sydney NSW
$80,000 - $120,000 a year
  • Our client is a leading national law firm.
  • There is also assistance with post graduate study, the opportunity to purchase extra annual leave, social and…
Empire Careers
Sydney NSW
$130,000 - $175,000 a year
  • At least 4 years plus pae in the area of insurance law.
  • Our client is a leading national law firm with an excellent reputation in the insurance space.
Sydney NSW
  • Vmware will provide reasonable accommodation to employees who have protected disabilities consistent with local law.
  • Fluent in spoken and written English.
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