Are you a lawyer who is passionate about workplace relations? Do you want a broad variety of challenging work in a collaborative team environment, with access to some of the most reputable employment and industrial minds in the country?

At Ai Group Workplace Lawyers, we pride ourselves on the diversity of talent and technical knowledge in our team. If this appeals to you, no matter your background, we’d love to hear from you.

The current opportunities in each of our offices are set out below.

You can also fill out an Expression of Interest here.

Lawyer/Workplace Relations Adviser
Melbourne

Reporting into Ai Group’s Workplace Relations Manager – Victoria and based Melbourne, the Workplace Relations Adviser role works as part of Ai Group’s national workplace relations consulting team.

You will also work on legal matters through Ai Group Workplace Lawyers supervised by experienced Legal Practitioner Directors of the firm.

You will be working at the absolute cutting edge of workplace relations and employment issues, combining strategic, practical and technically astute capability in the work that they do.

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Workplace Relations Adviser/Lawyer
Adelaide

Reporting into the SA Legal Practitioner Director and based in our growing team of workplace relation practitioners in Adelaide, the Workplace Relations Advisor role works with more than 40 workplace relations specialists across a national team on the absolute cutting edge of workplace relations and employment issues, combining strategic, practical and technically astute capability in the work that they do.

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