Applications for this job have closed. This page will redirect to Woolworths New Zealand employer page in 10 seconds.

Senior Lawyer - Regulatory and Competition

Woolworths New Zealand

Location: Eden Terrace

Job Type: Full time


Ready to make an impact?

We’re looking for a pragmatic and solutions-focussed senior regulatory and competition lawyer to join Woolworths NZ here in Aotearoa.

About the Role | Mō te Tūranga

As part of our Legal Services Team you will be a trusted advisor to the business and provide timely and efficient legal advice to manage and mitigate risk. The legal work will be focussed on regulatory and competition law, with a particular focus on ensuring Woolworths NZ is meeting its obligations under the Grocery Industry Competition Act.

About You | Mōu

To succeed in this role you will need to be:

  • a qualified lawyer with a current NZ practising certificate (or the eligibility to hold one);

  • senior experience gained in private practice or in-house;

  • broad regulatory and competition law experience experience;

  • sound judgement in assessing and balancing legal risks;

  • the capability to manage competing priorities and make decisions with confidence;

  • the ability to build strong relationships at all levels and operate in a fast paced, dynamic environment; and

  • a balanced, composed and positive approach.

If you’re the sort of individual who strives to always do the right thing for customers, team, our communities, and our business then we ought to connect.

Working with Woolworths NZ | Me mahi tahi tatou ki Woolworths NZ

Our purpose is to make Kiwis' lives a little better every day. We’re friendly, down-to-earth, and energetic - we work hard but we have a great time doing it, and we love what we do. There is plenty of scope for new ideas, lots of room for you to add value, and importantly, you’ll be working with a business that touches the lives of three million New Zealanders a week.

We are proud to be a Work 180 endorsed employer for all women, view the great work we do here.

Come as you are | Nau mai, whakatau mai

We’re an equal opportunity employer and are committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all.

If you’re smart and good at what you do, let’s work together | Me mahi tahi tatou