Shire Legal is looking for an Office Administrator (full-time) to join our friendly team.

The role will be a legal traineeship - requiring enrolment in and successful completion of the online Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) through TAFE.

We are looking for someone willing to make a significant long-term contribution to the firm's ongoing success and growth.  Ideally, you will want to build on your existing office experience with a view to moving into a secretarial/paralegal role with more client and matter responsibilities.

You will be the first point of contact with our clients, so the right personality fit (and immaculate presentation) will be essential.

Duties include:

  • managing reception - dealing with incoming calls and greeting clients
  • management of incoming and outgoing mail, banking
  • diary management
  • filing, photocopying, scanning,
  • opening and closing client matters
  • archiving closed matters
  • stocking stationery and other office supplies
  • general office duties

Skills required:

  • friendly approachable telephone manner
  • excellent presentation and communication skills
  • punctuality and dependability
  • strong attention to detail
  • excellent organisational and time management skills
  • proactive and enthusiastic work approach
  • ability to work autonomously and part of a team
  • ability to work under pressure and prioritise work
  • initiative and drive

Previous legal experience desirable, though not essential.

Email your covering letter and CV to

Immediate start available.

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