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Current Vacancies

Are you passionate about social justice?

Want to make a difference in your community?

Community legal centres are independent non-government organisations

that provide free legal services to communities across South Australia.

We advocate for progressive policy and law reform,

with the aim of building a fairer future for all. 


Community Legal Centre Opportunities (interstate - various) Jobs Board

This jobs board is a free service provided by CLCs Australia. Any organisation within the Australian community legal sector is able to list job ads here for free.

Lawyer - Outreach and Case Work
Working Women's Centre SA Inc.
Job description
Lawyer (2PAE –4PAE)
Admitted lawyer / eligability for an un-restricted practicing certificate required or to be obtained upon employment
Full time - Ongoing – Permanent,10&page=1


Solicitors - Port Lincoln / Ceduna / Port Augusta

Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA)

Job description

  • Multiple Solicitor positions

  • Full Time– 8.30am to 5.06pm, Monday to Friday or Part Time,9&page=1


WestSide Lawyers

Hindmarsh, Adelaide SA

Receptionists (Administration & Office Support) Full time

Overview of the job

We are seeking a personable receptionist to greet clients both face to face and on the telephone, in a warm and friendly manner. As many of our clients are experiencing a traumatic situation when they come to us, you will also need to have empathy, compassion, and a mature, professional approach.

You will perform the day to day running of the reception desk duties including some administration tasks. For this you will need to have a high level of efficiency, initiative, attention to detail and computer skills.


Volunteer Coordinator

Women's Legal Service (SA) Adelaide SA (Part Time) 

About the role

The role will be located within a multidisciplinary team.  The team consists of Solicitors, Financial Counsellor, Mental Health Practitioner, Community Worker and Family Advocate. 

The Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible for:

Coordinating the volunteer programs in accordance with the business plan, funding guidelines and organisational policies and procedures;
Directing recruiting, training, supporting and recognising volunteers in order to maximise volunteer effectiveness and engagement;
Promoting the volunteer and legal placement programs by networking across a broad range of agencies; and Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, best practice and insurance is also a key component of the role. 
The successful applicant will need to have relevant tertiary qualification(s) and a minimum of 3 years experience.

The position is part-time (0.8 FTE).



Reporting to the CEO and as a member of the Management Team the appointee will be responsible for end-to-end operations of the organisation across HR, finance, IT, governance and community engagement.  Overseeing specialist officers across these operations, key areas of responsibility will include:

  • contributing to strategic planning and continuous improvement of service delivery;

  • financial management of CJSSA including annual budgets, acquittal of funding, and payments in conjunction with external finance consultants;

  • company secretarial matters and administrative support to the CJSSA Board;

  • compliance and risk management including accreditation as a Community Legal Centre, insurance and reporting obligations;

  • ensuring contemporary and effective people and culture practices including the CJSSA volunteer program.

This multi-dimensional role will suit an appropriately qualified and experienced professional keen to contribute at both strategic and operational levels in a vital community-facing, values based organisation. Applications are encouraged from candidates demonstrating sound experience in financial and corporate services management. Inclusive leadership style, effective communications and interpersonal skills, a focus on innovation and change and stakeholder engagement capability will be important to success.  Experience in a not-for-profit or community focussed organisation will be well regarded.  A genuine affinity with the purpose, vision and values of this worthy and respected organisation will be important.

Wellbeing Support Officer

WestSide Lawyers

Hindmarsh, Adelaide SA

Psychology, Counselling & Social Work (Healthcare & Medical)

Overview of the job

The Wellbeing Support Officer will respond to the wellbeing needs of individuals who have contacted WestSide seeking legal advice or assistance.

Some of our clients are experiencing trauma or mental health difficulties, which may be related to or exacerbated by their legal problem.

The Wellbeing Support Officer will provide a trauma-informed triage service, identifying the most pressing issues, and making appropriate referrals to specialist services.

The Wellbeing Support Officer will also provide support to clients who need that extra help to access our services.

Hours are 30.4 per week with flexible work arrangements.

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