Business and administrative services play an integral role in assisting the delivery of professional and expert advice to our clients and the overall success of the firm.
Wallmans Lawyers is a great place to work. In fact, we've won the Australasia 'Employer of Choice Silver Award' for legal firms under 500 staff and also won Australasia wide in the categories of employee wellbeing and remuneration. As such, we seek talented and enthusiastic people that possess integrity and the desire to continue their personal and professional development. Equal development opportunities are a given for all employees and our partnership with a registered training organisation allows us to offer a tailored suite of training programs that are delivered during work hours. Our comprehensive induction program ensures you feel confident and supported in your role at Wallmans Lawyers.
Our business and administrative services encompass a variety of roles including accounting, human resources, marketing and business development, information technology and communications, knowledge management, facilities and event coordination and legal administration support from trainee level to senior management level. We look for well rounded applicants who have experience in a legal environment, possess excellent communication skills and have a strong work ethic.
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Current VacanciesFacilities & Rounds Assistant
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I have always been encouraged and given the opportunity to enhance my skills as an Administrative Assistant as well as develop great working relationships with my colleagues, both professional and administrative. To me, Wallmans Lawyers' feels a bit like a family with people looking out for each other within and outside of their delegated sections.