Career FAQs

All our vacancies are advertised on SEEK. If you find a job you’re interested in, click ‘Apply’.

You will need a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria and a current CV to apply for the role.

People and Culture manages the recruitment process from beginning to end.

For most positions, we begin with a telephone conversation. If there’s interest on both sides, we invite the candidate for a first interview. If you have a successful first interview, you may be invited to a second interview. Not all positions require two interviews and not all interviews are held face to face. Depending on availability, some interviews may be held via Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

Upon completion of the interview stage and the relevant pre-employment screening, a member of the team will be in touch with you.

It’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with your CV and prepare examples of your key achievements. You could also familiarise yourself with our website and our values. Identifying with our values will assist you during the interview process and will give you a clearer understanding of what it’s like to work here.

Most importantly, relax with us. We want you to be yourself and feel comfortable during the interview process. You may meet more than one or two people. Ask questions. Be curious. We are authentic people with a genuine interest in you.

We try to make a decision within a week of the final interview.

At Law Compliance we dress for our day. Please wear what makes you feel professional and comfortable.

Yes. Health Legal enjoys the benefits of a hybrid workforce. Our people have varied priorities outside of work and achieving a true work/life balance means being open to different arrangements.

We trust our teams to make the right decisions for our people and our clients.

Having a workforce that reflects our values is essential to Health Legal. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our business.

Our available positions are listed below – scoll down the page to view.

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Current positions

From time to time, as a result of our expanding business, positions become available at Health Legal.

In keeping with our excellent service and product standards, and to complement our highly professional and knowledgeable team, we are committed to attracting and recruiting the best possible candidates for vacant positions in our organisation.

There are a number of full-time and part-time positions which offer a unique opportunity to work in a family friendly firm with the ability to work between our South Melbourne office and from home (with all necessary IT equipment being provided).

Advertised positions are featured here so watch this space.

Senior Solicitor

  • Full time or Part Time
  • Boutique, award-winning national law firm
  • Flexible environment with genuine hybrid working and career path
  • Opportunity to work with a diverse range of clients and matters

Although Melbourne based, we provide services to clients nationally and internationally.

About the role:

Reporting to one of our most experienced solicitors, the individual appointed to this role will be a senior solicitor and advise on a wide range of matters in the health sector including employment matters, contracting and commercial, corporate, data protection and privacy, dispute resolution, health care start-ups, health-tech, legislative compliance and medico-legal risk management.

It is a unique opportunity to work in a family friendly firm with the ability to work between our South Melbourne office and from home (with all necessary IT equipment being provided).

Ideally, this is a full time role, but individuals seeking a part time role are also encouraged to apply.

You can expect to be involved in:


  • Interpreting and applying the Fair Work Act and industrial instruments
  • Preparing responses to Fair Work claims
  • Advising on employment matters generally, including advising on investigation and show cause processes and
  • preparation of correspondence
  • Researching employment law matters
  • Preparing employment agreements and settlement terms

Contract/ Commercial

  • Reviewing and preparing contracts including independent contractor agreements for health practitioners, IT Agreements, collaboration agreements, leases, licences, transfer of business, funding agreements and various commercial arrangements.


  • Review and preparation of company constitutions.


  • Taxation law as relevant to our health sector clients, including superannuation, payroll tax and fringe benefits tax.


  • Health Practitioner Regulation National Law and Therapeutic Goods regulation.


  • Privacy law (including public sector and health sector-specific).
About you:

To be our successful candidate you will be a solicitor admitted in an Australian jurisdiction with:

  • Minimum 3 years PQE, ideally in a respected commercial law firm environment
  • Employment / IR background or willingness to learn and work in the area
  • Previous experience or exposure to the health sector is preferred (but not essential)
  • Excellent technical skills (drafting and research)
  • The ability to work in South Melbourne at least 2 days a week is preferred
  • Good judgement and common sense
  • Ability to work efficiently and autonomously.

Whilst the role potentially covers a broad range of legal issues applicants are not expected to have experience in each of those areas, since training will be provided and there is scope to tailor the role to fit an applicant’s experience and interest.

What we offer
  • Values driven, flexible, hybrid work environment
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Clear career pathways
  • Generous reward and recognition program
Applying for this position:

Health Legal is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment and will consider all applications that meet the key selection criteria. We warmly encourage people at all stages, backgrounds and experiences in life to apply for roles with us.

If this position sounds like a great match for you, please submit your CV with a covering letter to Briony Black, Head of People and Culture – [email protected] or view this role on Seek.