Senior Lawyer Career in Australia
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) was established by the Fair Work Act 2009. The role of FWO is to support compliant, productive and inclusive Australian workplaces and to build a culture of compliance with workplace laws and work with stakeholders to find solutions to workplace issues.
FWO Legal Branch is one of the largest workplace relations legal practices in Australia. They are responsible for the provision of high level legal advice relating to Commonwealth workplace relations laws.
Various office locations across Australia:
|Australian Capital Territory
|New South Wales
21 – 29 William Street
Ground floor 25-27 Tompson Street
38 Sturt Street
Ground floor Transit Centre
Corner Myers Street and
6-8 Grey Street
Check out the latest job vacancies at Fair Work Ombudsman by visiting: http://www.fairwork.gov.au/About-us/careers
Some things/skills that employers in Australia look before hiring a Senior Lawyer
- A degree in Law from an Australian university (or overseas equivalent qualification) and admission, or eligibility for admission, to the Supreme court in your State and the High Court of Australia.
- Experience providing practical legal advice on a range of complex issues in the area of workplace relations.
- Capacity to manage and conduct litigation processes
Tip: When applying for a related position try to include the above mentioned skills in the Cover Letter
Following is a link to a related CV sample [pdf format] courtesy Monash University Employment and Career Development which you could review to create your custom legal Resume
Note: The links mentioned on this page might change over period of time if the related organisation changes the website/webpage. Do email if you come across any broken link on this site.