About The Role
Role Location: Melbourne, VIC
Role Type: Full-time permanent
We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Lawyer - you will report into the Head of Legal, Regulatory and will be responsible for the provision of commercial, practical and strategic legal advice regarding ANZ’s response to regulatory investigations and enforcement activity, and the management and minimisation of related legal risk to business units and the Group. This will involve liaising with a number of areas within ANZ including Compliance, Risk and other existing legal teams.
You will be a lawyer with strong experience in dispute resolution and commercial litigation. Knowledge and capability in regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings will be considered an advantage. You must be a team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work under pressure within tight deadlines.
To grow and be successful in this role, you will ideally bring the following:
At ANZ, everything we do boils down to ‘why’ – our purpose – to shape a world where people and communities thrive. We're just as focused on seeing our people thrive as well as our customers. We'll give you every opportunity to develop your career.
We are responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter the most, energising our people, eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy.
A happy workplace is a thriving one. So in order to attract and keep the best talent, and say thanks for the hard work, we make sure all our employees are rewarded.
At ANZ we aim to create a work environment where employee differences such as gender, age, culture, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and religion are valued.
We work flexibly at ANZ. Talk to us and let us know how this role can be flexible for you.
To find out more about working at ANZ or to view other opportunities visit www.anz.com/careers. You may apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and search for reference number AUS081994.