Early Resolution Officer

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Department: Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Regulatory, Governance and Compliance
Classification: VPSG3.1
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/1805200
Closing Date: 16-Jul-2024
Salary Range: $74,580 - $82,571
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: POSITION DESCRIPTION - Early Resolution Officer.pdf (PDF, 233KB)


Contact: Daniel Grinstein
0488 232 619

Position Details

Can you tell me more about what you do at VLSB+C?

Great question! We're really proud of the work we do. We are the regulator of the Victorian legal profession. We license lawyers and oversee service standards and conduct. This includes handling complaints about lawyers, investigating poor conduct and overseeing management of trust accounts. We are also the stewards of the public purpose and fidelity funds and administer these to support legal regulation and access to justice in Victoria.

We are a modern best practice regulator, using data and insights to help identify where our actions can have the greatest impact on ensuring ethical and professional legal practice by Victorian lawyers. We are passionate about maintaining and protecting the rule of law by ensuring the integrity of the legal profession.

Okay, and what role are you recruiting for?

We're looking for an Early Resolution Officer to join our Licensing & Complaints team. The position is responsible for assessing issues raised about the service or conduct of Victorian lawyers and identifying the appropriate course or action.

This is getting interesting, what type of person are you looking for?

We're looking for passionate and driven people to work with us as we continue to enhance our services to the Victorian public.

We are looking for candidates with the following:

  • An understanding of the operation and regulation of legal practice and how to interpret and apply legislation.
  • High level of communication and negotiation skills with a demonstrated ability to use those skills to build relationships with diverse stakeholders.
  • Computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Office and ability to use information technology resources conscious of confidentiality and privacy.

That sounds like me! How are you different from other organisations?

We're really excited by our organisation, we offer:

  • Flexibility: We have work leading edge flexible working options including part-time, compressed hours, flexible start time, up to 2 days working from home.
  • Culture: Our staff are prouder to work for the VLSB+C than the wider VPS by an average of 10%.
  • Well-being: We have an active Social Club and Health and Wellbeing Committee that promote fun and engaging activities throughout the year
  • Partnership: our horizontal structure allows for more partnership with your colleagues and other teams
  • Purpose: We play a key role in regulating the legal practice in Victoria

I want to know more!

Dan Grinstein would love to hear from you on 0488 232 619 if you have questions about the role.

I'm now really interested!

Great! Our recruitment is all about red carpet not red tape so simply click on ‘Apply Now' before July 16th We can't wait to hear from you!

Other relevant information:

Appointment will be subject to abiding by our Flexible Working Procedure which defines the number of required in-office days at our office (including the ‘team day' of your team) and completion of the VPS Pre-Employment Statutory Declaration, Misconduct Declaration and Consent Form and the Pre-Employment Health Declaration.

Your appointment may be subject to a satisfactory National Police Record Check, provision of evidence of qualifications required for your position and/or a probation period.


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