Friday, 29 April 2016

Keypoint La,Practice Manager Jobs in Australia



Keypoint Law is a dynamic and entrepreneurial NewLaw firm, backed by award-winning United Kingdom firm, Keystone Law.    
The firm is looking to appoint a dynamic and personable Practice Manager or Secretary, with sound law firm experience, to run the Central Office of the firm in Sydney, reporting to the CEO.    
This is a broad-ranging role, which is part leg
al secretary, part marketing, part IT, part office manager, part event organiser, and a central contact point between the firm and its lawyers, clients and service providers.  
It will suit an energetic and highly motivated person, with a 'can do' attitude, and a lovely personality.  Someone with excellent communication skills (written and oral), integrity, and an ability to connect with people.  Strong organisational skills are essential, as is an ability to set and meet priorities, with an eye for detail. Other skill-sets we're looking for include:      
  • Lawyer support - provide a level of PA / administrative support for our senior lawyers, word processing, paralegal type support; 
  • Marketing - prepare marketing materials, capability statements, newsletters and do basic graphic design;
  • Events - organise firm social events, seminars, CLEs, dinners, client functions;
  • IT savvy - able to handle basic IT tasks, computer set-up, trouble shooting, manage website and intranet, test new functionality, oversee new document automation (with an ability to refer more complex IT work to an external consultancy);  
  • Systems - oversee compliance with firm's systems and processes; and
  • Procurement - owning and managing relationships with the firm's suppliers.
The position offers exceptional autonomy, and is an exciting opportunity for someone to step up into a Central role in an organisation set to grow fast.
If the role interests you, please send a short cover letter and CV to the firm's CEO at warren.kalinko@keypointlaw.com.au.  We plan to hold interviews for shortlisted candidates in the week commencing 30 May, with a view to appointing the selected candidate by the end of the following week.  

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