Join LAPBC: Administrative Executive


The LAPBC Administrative Executive leads all administrative and operational functions and reports directly to the Executive Director. This is a diverse and fulfilling role for a candidate seeking to grow and thrive in their occupation.

LAPBC’s mission is to foster and promote the health and well-being of members of the legal community. We provide confidential outreach, education, support and referrals to BC’s legal community. The Administrative Executive is a key member of our team.

Learn more about LAPBC here.

Areas of Responsibility
  • Acting as a key point of contact, responding promptly and professionally to telephone and email inquiries with relevant information and materials, directing inquiries to the Executive Director, lawyer/counsellors, volunteers, and providing resources, as appropriate
  • Maintain and manage bookkeeping and other financial records; file management and organization
  • Organizing meetings, events, retreats, meeting requests, invitations, agendas and attendee listings
  • Drafting and delivering hard copy and online correspondence, materials, information packages and reports, and preparing seminar/presentation packages
  • Collaborating with LAPBC Communications Manager on websites, newsletters, blogs, vlogs and other social media
  • Developing positive relationships with and providing support to LAPBC volunteers, donors, suppliers, and partners
  • Prior experience in an administrative role including experience with bookkeeping and file management and organization
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong computer skills and knowledge and proficiency with common software programs
  • Ability to prioritize and work under time pressures
  • Confident and positive perspective, willingness to learn and help
  • Post-secondary education in administration and/or management

All interested candidates who meet the necessary qualifications may email their resume and cover letter to

Derek LaCroix
Derek LaCroix, KC, joined LAPBC as our Executive Director in 1996.