- Advice on legal questions for Professional Conduct Committees
- Investigate analysis, planning and reporting processes
- Qualified lawyer holding current Practising Certificate
The Social Workers Registration Board, as a Crown-owned entity, protects the safety of members of the public by ensuring social workers are accountable, competent and safe to practise, and acts to enhance the professionalism of social workers. Its vision is to ensure social workers enable the mauri ora of our communities, whānau and individuals.
The Legal Advisor role is a newly created position. It would suit an advisor or more senior-level advisor, someone who is used to providing sound legal advice. The role involves providing advice on legal questions in the critical decision-making processes of the Professional Conduct Committee to support prosecutions. The appointee will also work with investigations involving the analysis, planning and reporting processes, as well as working closely with the Registrar, Chief Executive, and Board.
To be considered for this role, you will be a qualified lawyer and hold a current practising certificate. You will ideally have experience gained from an in-house or regulatory environment. You will have knowledge and experience of the prosecutions process.
This role is an opportunity to step into a new position and to contribute to the expansion and reshaping of the organisation. As such, this will initially be an 18 – 24 month, fixed-term role.
The recruitment of this role is being managed by JacksonStone & Partners. Please contact Simon Boyes on 04 550 8000 for further information.
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Applications close Friday, 19 July 2019