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Position available: CPD Programme Developer

18 Oct 2022

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We are seeking an experienced lawyer for this unique position where you will help to shape the continued lifetime learning of the legal profession. It is the perfect role for a creative lawyer who is ready to take their career in a new direction.

You will be closely involved in the planning, execution and on-going development of a range of learning activations and events – from large scale conferences to bespoke webinars and fireside chats. Based in Auckland, you will use your skills and training to create learning events that engage, inspire and educate. You will enjoy working with leading members of the profession and take delight in bringing ideas to fruition.

Other attributes important to the success of this role include:

  • A collaborative approach
  • Well-developed influencing skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Results focused
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Proven organisational and time management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • High end technical skills across the MS Office suite

This is a unique role that does not come along very often. You will bring innovative ideas that inspire change to enhance the profession. If you feel you have the above qualities and are looking to move your career in a slightly different and exciting direction, please send your cover letter and CV to Zona Quinton, HR Manager: Zona.Quinton@adls.org.nz

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