About the role
This is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identified position
This position will make a critical difference to housing outcomes for Aboriginal renters in NSW.
Your work will involve giving advice, engaging in litigation, undertaking research, policy development and training to the four front line Aboriginal Tenant Advice and Advocacy Services in NSW.
You will concentrate on contract and land law. The practice also works in consumer, anti-discrimination, administrative, environmental, and credit and debt law.
You will be part of a supportive team of lawyers and a network of Aboriginal advocates.
Our office is located in Surry Hills, Sydney, close to Central train station. You will also be expected to travel within New South Wales from time to time.
Salary range $84,775 to $96,507 per annum pro rata, plus super, salary packaging and generous conditions. We are a flexible, family friendly workplace.
For a job description, selection criteria and background information please visit tenants.org.au/tu/employment. Applications must address the selection criteria and attach a resume. Please email your application to email@example.com
For further information:
Julie Foreman, Executive Officer, Tenants’ Union 8117 3701
Michelle Craig, Aboriginal Resource Unit 4312 6747
Applications close 5pm Friday 23 August 2019.
About the organisation
The Tenants Union works towards a society in which people in NSW can access safe, secure and affordable rental housing. We are a Community Legal Centre specialising in housing law and the peak organisation for tenants in NSW. We use a strategic mix of legal action, education, policy solutions and advocacy to make a difference in the lives of people who rent. In undertaking our work, we help people and communities understand their rights and take action to defend their rights and the rights of others.
How to apply for this role
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Aboriginal Legal Officer: permanent part time (28hrs) via Pro Bono Australia.