Find the next step in your career on the College of Law’s Jobs Board!
With more than 100 roles advertised at any one time, the Jobs Board is your source for legal jobs and career opportunities.
Help employers find your résumé
We provide a free service that allows our students to post their CV/résumé on the Jobs Board so that employers can search for candidates who match their criteria.
How do I find out about new jobs?
If you don’t find a perfect job right away, you can sign up for job alerts.
Sign up to the job alert on the Jobs Board homepage by entering your email address and selecting how frequently you would like to receive alerts. Or filter jobs on the Find a job page and create an alert from there.
When there are new jobs posted, the Jobs Board will send an email alert straight into your inbox.
How do I apply for a role?
You can search for jobs using the search form on our home page. Once the search completes, click on the job that interests you.
Once you are ready to apply, click the ‘Apply Now’ button or follow the instructions in the ad. You can track your job applications anytime under the "My applications" option in your account.
You will need to create a profile and résumé before applying. You can do this from the My Account link. - see below.
How do I upload my CV/résumé?
Adding a résumé to your Jobs Board account is easy!
First you need to log in, then go to My Account > My Resumes > Create New Resume. Fill in the relevant fields and click Save. You can view, edit, hide or delete your résumé at any time.
How do I make my CV searchable, so that employers can find me?
When you post your CV/résumé , tick the Let Employers Find My Resume box. You can hide or delete your resume at any time.
How do I change my password?
Forgot your password or just need to update it? No problem. Simply click here and enter your email address, we will send you a reset link or go to Sign In and Forgot Password.
How do I change my email address?
If you’ve changed your email address, you can update your account by logging in with your original email address and then amending it under My Account > Account Settings. Then change your address under ‘Email’ and click Save.
I think an ad is inappropriate, what should I do?
If you see ad that looks suspicious or misleading, let us know by emailing email@example.com. Send us the job position and the name of the company so we can review the job in question.
Does work experience have to be paid?
Not necessarily. To quote the Fair Work Ombudsman.
“Unpaid work can include work trials, volunteer work, work experience and internships. It also includes a vocational placement as defined under the Fair Work Act 2009. Unpaid work is lawful if it is a genuine work experience, vocational placement or volunteering arrangement.”
Work experience undertaken as part of College PLT is a vocational placement and as such can be unpaid.
The College does not recommend or endorse any positions, nor does it check the position for compliance with the Fair Work Act or any state award legislation or the Work Experience Rules. It is up to the student and the prospective supervisor to satisfy themselves in this regard.
Where can I find more information about the Work Experience component of Practical Legal Training program?
The Work Experience component of the Practical Legal Training program is designed to give you insight into what it’s like to work in a real legal environment.
We have developed a guide for students to help answer:
How can I contact you?
If you have a query that can’t be answered here, please use the form under the Contact Us link in the footer below.