Typical budget: $3,000-$10,000
Located in Batemans Bay, NSW, Australia
CAREER OVERVIEW I have 15 years’ experience in the legal administration field within both the public and private sector. My experience entails a variety of legal secretary and administrations tasks such as Dictaphone typing of Court documents and general correspondence to paralegal tasks consisting of preparing Instruction Sheets for Court, drafting solicitor’s submissions and attending daily Team Meetings at the Parramatta Drug Court. I have strong communication skills including all written tasks, face to face encounters and over the phone. I can vary my communication style between legal jargon and when speaking with clients. I have experience liaising with many different support agencies and have demonstrated to my leaders that I develop strong working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders. Throughout my working life I have constantly demonstrated to my managers that I possess the ability to carry out all tasks to the best of my ability and with the minimum of supervision.
KEY PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS • Computer literate • Punctual, reliable, flexible and dedicated • Ability to show initiative and make sound and informed decisions and judgments • High level interpersonal and communication skills • Experience in Customer Service • Superior organisation and time management skills • Work effectively in a team environment • Highly motivated • Always strive to achieve my best • Ability to work unsupervised • I can easily interpret and adapt to new programs or systems
QUALIFICATIONS • Certificate III in Education Support 2019 (including 100 hours placement at a NSW Public School) • Diploma of Business (Frontline Management) 2009 • Diploma of Business (Legal Services) 2004 • Certificate II in Office Administration 2003 • completion of Year 12 HSC 2003
COMPUTER PROGRAMS SAP, PROSPECT, CASES, ATLAS, JUSTICELINK, MICROSOFT OFFICE, LOTUS NOTES, CAPS, INFLIGHT, OPEN PRACTICE, FILE MAKER PRO, LAWDOCS, HOTDOCS, WORLDOX, LA OFFICE, COURTNET, INTERNET EXPLORER, IDMS.
I have also worked many State and Federal elections over many years. I have worked as an Ordinary Vote Issuing Officer (this involves marking people off the electoral roll, issuing their ballot papers and explaining how to complete the ballot papers) and a Declaration Vote Issuing Officer (this is the point of call for people who are not on the electoral roll i.e. absentee and provisional voters). Both roles include counting and collating of the ballot papers after 6pm.
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