Current Vacancies

Administration Officer

  • Full Time
  • CBD location
  • 12-month contract, with possibility of ongoing (flexible working arrangements will be considered)

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is the peak legal body representing Victorian Lawyers with far reaching legal, community and political influence.

The Administration Officer for Compliance supports the operational functions of the Compliance team. You will perform a wide variety of administrative tasks as well as manage compliance information/files, administer the compliance email and phone enquiry lines, contribute to the regular review of compliance processes and procedures and prepare operational spreadsheets and timely and accurate reports.

This role will see you utilise your proficient skills in Microsoft Office as well as your strong organisational and time management skills. You will be capable in developing professional relationships which are solution-focused and based on mutual respect and also providing high quality service standards with a client focus.

This is an exciting opportunity to build on your expertise and broaden your experience in an environment committed to social justice in the wider community.

The LIV encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin, people with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability. Due to the nature of our recruitment, we will assess applications as they are received. The vacancy close date may be subject to change. 

To apply: please submit your application through Seek.

For more information, view the position description.

Closing date for applications: Monday, 27 February

Auditor (Investigations)

  • Full Time – Permanent
  • CBD location

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is the peak legal body representing Victorian Lawyers with far reaching legal, community and political influence.

The LIV's Compliance Department is responsible for monitoring and investigating Victorian legal practitioners' compliance with the Legal Profession Uniform Law (Vic) (Uniform Law), pursuant to delegations from the Victorian Legal Services Board + Commissioner (VLSB+C) under a service level agreement. 

The purpose of the Auditor (Investigations) role is to:

  • inspect and audit the trust records of law practices to identify risk, assess compliance with Uniform Law record keeping requirements, and determine the effectiveness of existing controls
  • investigate alleged breaches of the Uniform Law, including misappropriation of client monies and fraud, and prepare a brief of evidence to support the taking of disciplinary action or a criminal prosecution
  • educate legal practitioners about their trust account compliance obligations.

To be successful in this role, you will have forensic accounting, auditing and/or investigative experience, an excellent understanding of the trust accounting requirements under the Uniform Law, and an ability to quickly develop effective professional relationships with key stakeholders, including legal practitioners and the VLSB+C.

The position may also include project work from time to time, at the direction of the Manager Investigations.

This is an exciting opportunity to build on your expertise and broaden your experience in an environment committed to social justice in the wider community.

The LIV encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin, people with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability.

Due to the nature of our recruitment, we will assess applications as they are received. The vacancy close date may be subject to change. 

To apply: please submit your application through Seek.

For further information, view the position description.

Closing date for applications: Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Coordinator – Accredited Specialisation

  • Full Time
  • CBD location
  • Key role in Specialisation

This is an exciting opportunity to work for the peak legal body representing Victorian lawyers. The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is a professional association with far reaching legal, community and political influence.

We are currently seeking a Coordinator for the Accredited Specialisation team who will play a pivotal role in the coordination of operational aspects of the Accredited Specialisation Scheme. A primary focus of the role during the annual assessment period is to assist with planning and logistics to ensure that quality processes and outcomes are maintained for all candidates.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead the coordination and duties required to support Accredited Specialisation Board and Advisory Committees, including scheduling, project plans, committee support including administrative services, timetables of minutes, minute taking and providing all supporting material to committees.
  • Attend Accredited Specialisation Advisory Committee and Board meetings as required and take minutes and prepare these for circulation.
  • Overseeing the annual specialist compliance processes to ensure that processing applications, for assessment and re-accreditation (includes checking against policies for compliance) is completed in an accurate and timely fashion.
  • Effectively implement and execute marketing initiatives designed to attract candidates to the program, including written communications, information pieces, advertising campaigns and event and information evenings.
  • Oversee records management, database maintenance and inquiry, management of iMIS and other spreadsheets, maintain file records and processing for all specialisation fees.

Knowledge & Skills

  • Strong customer service ethos.
  • Good communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Competency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint and IMIS.
  • Ability to work effectively with committees and of volunteers.

The LIV encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin, people with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability

To apply: please submit applications through Seek.

For further information, view the position description.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Marketing Manager

  • Full Time
  • CBD location
  • Key leadership role

This is an exciting opportunity to work for the peak legal body representing Victorian lawyers. The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is a professional association with far reaching legal, community and political influence.

We are currently seeking an experienced and innovative Marketing Manager to join our Commercial Department. Drawing on your marketing qualifications, you will be responsible for managing the marketing of the LIV’s products and service offerings in order to achieve organisational and departmental KPIs.

Key Responsibilities

  • Effectively lead a small team of marketers to manage the execution of the LIV’s marketing plan, meeting defined KPIs and organisational budgets.
  • Provide strategic marketing insight to department heads as to how products and services might evolve and adapt to create greater penetration.
  • Manage and optimise marketing activities to ensure all campaigns are optimised to reach the maximum output.
  • Take a leading role in advocating and supporting the quality and reputation of the LIV brand across all channels.
  • Ensure the production and delivery of all marketing collateral, online and offline, ensuring the output is of high quality and aligned with brand positioning.

Knowledge & Skills

  • A record of achievement at a management level in marketing, preferably gained in a services marketing organisation.
  • Proven experience with analytics, ensuring that campaign ROI is tracked, optimised and reported on, with a focus on achieving KPIs.
  • Highly developed stakeholder management skills, including the ability to positively liaise and negotiate with colleagues and suppliers.
  • Detail oriented and able to manage projects from inception through to execution.

We are seeking an individual with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role, with strong experience with eDM platforms (Marketo). A marketing background in the legal sector or not for profit background is preferred but not essential. 

The LIV encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin, people with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability

To apply: please submit applications through Seek.

For more information, view the position description.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Members First Advisor

  • Full Time – Permanent
  • CBD location
  • First point of contact for members

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is the peak legal body representing Victorian Lawyers with far reaching legal, community and political influence.

Members First are a multi-skilled, multi-disciplinary team whose function is to provide an exceptional experience for all LIV members across a variety of communication channels, both inbound and outbound.

To be successful in this role you will be driven to deliver exceptional member service with the ability to multi task and and the desire to "close the loop" for members. Previous experience in a Membership Association would be highly desirable. 

This is an exciting opportunity to build on your expertise and broaden your experience in an environment committed to social justice in the wider community.

The LIV encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin, people with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability.

Due to the nature of our recruitment, we will assess applications as they are received. The vacancy close date may be subject to change. 

To apply: please submit your application through Seek.

For more information, view the position description.

Closing date for applications: Monday, 27 February 2017