Crown Solicitor's Office

Current vacancies

View all advertised roles at the CSO at I Work for NSW.

Senior Solicitor IV (talent pool)

Applications are open now for you to join our Senior Solicitor talent pool.  As Senior Solicitor, you will have the opportunity to work across a range of challenging, varied, exciting and often high-profile advice and litigation matters representing NSW Government agencies in a broad range of courts and tribunals. 

This talent pool will be used to fill ongoing and temporary full-time and part-time vacancies as they arise over the next 18 months.

Legal Officer Grade IV.

Salary: $134,483 to $137,071 p.a. plus employer’s contribution to superannuation and annualised leave loading.

For more information and to apply: Senior Solicitor IV

Applications close: 5 May 2024

Legal Secretary (talent pool)

Join our Legal Secretary talent pool! You will be responsible for providing legal secretarial support to solicitors and undertaking administrative tasks to ensure that solicitors are fully supported in the delivery of legal services to clients.

This talent pool will be used to fill ongoing and temporary full-time and part-time vacancies as they arise over the next 18 months.

Clerk Grade 1/2.

Salary: $70,694 to 76,857 p.a. plus employer’s contribution to superannuation and annualised leave loading.

For more information and to applyLegal Secretary

Applications close: 5 May 2024

Records Archivist

Join our team to spearhead the implementation of a Records Disposal & Transfer Program for legal and administrative records. You will work collaboratively within an archival team to appraise both paper and digital records, and with other records staff to provide guidance and support on records lifecycle activities.

Clerk Grade 5/6.

Salary: $93,295 to $102,941 p.a. plus employer’s contribution to superannuation and annualised leave loading.

For more information and to applyRecords Archivist.

Applications close: 28 April 2024.

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