With its Directors having developed their careers with some of the world’s leading legal firms, Resolve Litigation Lawyers offers large-firm expertise and an outstanding record of success to both corporate and private clients seeking an optimal outcome with a boutique level of service and fee structure.

Specialising in commercial & regulatory litigation, competition & consumer law, intellectual property and dispute resolution, Resolve Litigation Lawyers has the proven ability to successfully resolve disputes across a broad range of industries including energy & resources, health & pharmaceuticals, telecommunications & IT, banking & finance, manufacturing & retail and agribusiness.

As a solicitor at Resolve Litigation Lawyers, you will have the opportunity to:

  • work in a close knit team of highly experienced lawyers;
  • undertake real legal work with blue chip clients from a range of industries including mining and resources, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and financial services;
  • gain first-hand experience in the fields of commercial and regulatory litigation, competition and consumer law, intellectual property and dispute resolution;
  • receive sponsorship of your practical legal training;
  • enjoy a healthy work/life balance; and
  • grow with a high performing and expanding legal practice.


Current Opportunities

Accounts Manager / Assistant Office Manager Role – full time, Sydney CBD

Accounts Manager / Assistant Office Manager Role – full time, Sydney CBD

About the role and the business

Resolve Litigation Lawyers is a boutique law firm specialising in commercial and regulatory litigation, competition and consumer law, intellectual property and insolvency. Our clients are from a wide range of industries, including energy and resources, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications and IT, banking and finance, health, agribusiness, manufacturing and retail.

Resolve Litigation Lawyers has a full-time, employment opportunity for an Accounts Manager/Assistant Office Manager.

Job tasks and responsibilities

As the Accounts Manager, you will be working independently reporting directly to the Directors. The main duties and responsibilities in the Accounts Manager role involve the preparation of:

  • monthly payroll; monthly/quarterly IAS/BAS;
  • quarterly Superannuation;
  • monthly bank reconciliations in MYOB and LEAP;
  • entries in MYOB and LEAP;
  • tax invoices;
  • trust accounting, including monthly trust reconciliation;
  • timely payments to suppliers;
  • end of months management reporting;
  • monthly expenses reimbursement and petty cash reconciliation; and
  • ensuring compliance with statutory and the Law Society requirements.

As the Assistant Office Manager, from time to time you may also be required to assist our Practice Manager in providing an efficient and reliable office services function, reviewing processes and procedures to ensure compliance and smooth operation of the business. This will include:

  • providing support for the lawyers, including secretarial support;
  • assisting with human resources tasks;
  • delegating overflow tasks;
  • liaising with suppliers; and
  • any other tasks that support the team.


Skills and experience

The successful applicant will have the following skills/experience:

  • have completed a Diploma in Accounting at TAFE, or have graduated/are well progressed with a Commerce/Accounting degree;
  • have had at least one year hands-on experience with MYOB entering data, issuing invoices, preparing payroll and bank reconciliations;
  • have had experience in preparing and lodging IAS, BAS and Superannuation;
  • previous experience in an administration role in professional services, preferably legal;
  • ideally, have had hands-on experience with LEAP software; and
  • have strong Microsoft skills, including an intermediate knowledge of Excel.

The successful applicant will also have the following skills/experience:

  • be well-organised and able to deal with multiple tasks and competing deadlines;
  • have a can-do attitude and a willingness to learn;
  • have excellent communication and inter-personal skills;
  • possess a positive attitude and strong work ethic;
  • possess the necessary skills to work well in a team, as well as independently when required; and
  • be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident.

Job benefits and perks

The successful applicant will:

  • gain good experience working in a close knit fun team of experienced professionals;
  • work in a new office in a landmark building in the heart of the city;
  • enjoy a healthy work/life balance; and
  • great learning environment

Please forward your expression of interest, along with your CV (and any academic transcripts) to

Applications close COB, Friday 29 November 2019.

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