Casual, Caulfield based
About the firm
Ashmor Legal Pty Ltd is a boutique legal firm based in Caulfield, Victoria. Launched in July 2014, the firm has grown into a busy conveyancing, wills, powers of attorney and trade marks practice, servicing a diverse range of clients.
Our firm is highly regarded as a leading “NewLaw” digital firm. Kate Ashmor, the Principal of our firm, is a lawyer of over ten years’ experience, and a past president of both Australian Women Lawyers and Victorian Women Lawyers. Kate is also active in a number of not-for-profit and philanthropic organisations.
About the role
Due to rapid growth, the firm is in need of a Conveyancing Manager on a casual basis. We expect the typical hours of work to be during school hours, three or four days a week.
• Managing all conveyancing matters from engagement to completion, including compiling vendor statements, generating Transfers of Land and Duties Forms, and preparing adjustments
• Liaising with clients, mortgagees and other parties throughout the conveyancing process
• Data entry into the firm’s LEAP practice management software program
• Liaising with the firm’s settlement agents to affect settlements
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and language skills (written and verbal) and organisational skills. They will have exceptional attention to detail, be able to prioritise work, problem solve, undertake tasks with limited supervision once directed and be highly adaptable in responding to urgent matters.
The role is ideally suited to a senior conveyancing clerk, licensed conveyancer or a qualified lawyer with conveyancing experience, seeking to work during school hours. Past experience with LEAP software will be favourably considered.
Salary: Law Clerk, Level 6 (casual), Legal Services Award 2010
How to apply
Applicants should email a CV of no more than three pages in length, along with a one-page cover letter, to: email@example.com Any queries regarding the role should also be directed via email only please. Applications close on Wednesday 30 November 2016.