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Manager, Professional Development
- Rare and Exciting Opportunity
- Prestigious Professional Member Organisation
- CPD Location
- Salary circa $100K plus superannuation
The Law Society of Western Australia is a recognised leader in delivering Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events to the WA legal profession. Specialising in the development of legal conferences, workshops and seminars, the Society is looking for a dynamic manager to lead a highly engaged small professional development team. This creative and dynamic role puts you at the cutting edge of the latest legal and business developments, trends and issues across a broad range of legal industry sectors. Working in a team environment you will use your legal background to develop the relevant content for professional development programs on a variety of legal and business topics tailored to suit the needs of the profession.
If you are legally qualified, experienced in managing a small team and with sound research, analytical, verbal and written skills then we want to hear from you. Applicants with the ability to leverage ideas and promote content targeted to the profession will be looked upon favourably.
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Expressions of interest with CV and cover letter should be emailed to email@example.com no later than Friday 6 July 2018.
Further enquiries regarding the position can be made to Áine Whelan, General Manager Programmes on (08) 9324 8629.