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Our client is a Central government body seeking 3 disclosure officers for an initial 6 month contract, to be based from their office in Vauxhall London.

Role: Disclosure Officer x 3

Contract Length: 6 months
Location: Vauxhall, London
IR35: Inside
Salary: PAYE £150.71/UMB £203.37

Security Clearance:

Will undergo SC- An applicant must have resided in the UK for a minimum of 3 years out of the past 5 years in order to provide the footprint required to conduct an SC clearance check. This is a national requirement for any applicant to UK roles that require SC clearance.

CV Deadline: Tuesday 10am

Interview Process: Applicants who meet the required standard may be invited to attend an interview. Applicants will be required to bring ID, proof of address and National Insurance with them to interview.

Our client has a number of lengthy, complex, high profile investigations reaching critical stages, the net effect is a huge demand for resources to manage our legal obligations under the Criminal Procedures Investigations Act (CPIA).

The case teams require Disclosure Officers to ensure that;
Prosecution material is retained, reviewed, assessed for relevance, and revealed in compliance with our unbending legal obligations under CPIA.
A consistent and corporate approach is applied to the disclosure process.
Prosecution material is handled, recorded and stored professionally.
The integrity and continuity of material is maintained.
Support the SIO's in achieving their operational goals.
Provide reassurance to the CPS on all matters of disclosure.
Produce accurate and comprehensive MG schedules.
Give evidence in court in relation to disclosure matters and processes.


PIP 2 accredited or equivalent experiences/historic equivalent accreditation.
An in depth knowledge of relevant legislation including Bribery, POCA, CPIA, PACE, ECHR and its application of this within Criminal Justice proceedings.
Fully conversant with the handling of prosecution material including exhibits in complex criminal cases
Have acted as disclosure officers in complex criminal cases
Demonstrated a strong commitment to delivering a high standard of service with an emphasis on quality at all times.
Demonstrable ability to prioritise and work to tight deadlines.



Specialist Advisor, Strategic Brexit Co-Ordination

• Location: Llandarcy

• Grade & Salary: 6 - £34,427 rising to £37,656 over three years

• Post number: 202079

• Type of contract: Fixed Term Appointment until end of March 2022

• Work pattern: Full-Time (37 hours per week)

Closing date: 23 February 2020

Interviews to take place when/where: Llandarcy offices early March 2020

Benefits: Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care and salary sacrifice schemes.

Role Purpose

To lead on the provision of technical and specialist advice and knowledge to shape and inform Government and NRW decisions in relation to the Strategic Brexit incident Response. You will work with colleagues from other teams in Operations, EPP and Enabling Services, officials from Local Authorities, LRFs and sector representatives.

Qualifications and Skills

Knowledge of:

Welsh, UK and EU legislation related to natural resources and the environment; Welsh, UK Government policy drivers in incident management, natural resources and the environment and the issues and opportunities in Wales;

Experience of:

• Technical analysis and interpreting a range of environmental information and data; analysing large data sets;

• Working with/in LRFs, water companies, local authorities, eNGOs, National Parks;

• Working in a programme and project management environment with project management experience and/or qualifications;

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  • £21.13/hour umbrella/inside IR35
Our client within public sector is looking for a Legal Officer/Paralegal to join their Governance and Community Services team based in Lewes, East Sussex. The role is offered on a contract basis for 3 months, working 37 hours per week, Mon to Friday paying up to £21.13/hour umbrella rate (or £16.50/hour PAYE) The Legal Officer/Paralegal will be responsible to take on caseload independently, dealing with a variety of civil claims (up to 150 outstanding claims approx..) pursued against the Local Authority. The will be working in a team of 5 and working within a wider team of 15. To support and assist fee earners in the preparation and conduct of a full range of routine and complex case work and to provide support in relation to the provision of legal advice. To carry a caseload with the minimum of supervision. To provide a high quality legal service to client departmentsRequired Experience and Skills: Institute of Legal Executive qualification or a substantial part thereof or equivalent or similar qualification e.g. law degree, LPC or BVC; or Substantial proven fee-earning experience in a legal practice Experience of working in the field of civil claims litigation law in a local authority ideally or private practice. Housing claims experience would be a preferred candidate although this is not essential. Working knowledge of civil claims arising under the Highways Act 1980 and the Occupiers Liability Act 1957. Experience of conducting own caseload within defined areas of legal practice and working to Lexcel quality standards Hardworking and enthusiastic person who has an ability to interrogate information and form a decision with a legal frame work. IT literate and can easily navigate new databases and systems. Communicate clearly and effectively with a diverse range of people and organisations both orally and in writing Ability to travel both within and outside the County as required. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
  • £25000 - £26000/annum
Paralegal - Private Client and Tax - Top 100 Law Firm Central London £26,000 A Top 100 law firm are looking for a Paralegal to join their tax and private client department. This is an amazing opportunity to join a fast-growing team with exceptional and interesting clients. The Role Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to; Attending at court and client meetings Undertaking research and preparing bundles Cost schedules Assisting with preparation of bills Dealing with day to day administration of probate files Undertaking admin duties for the managing partners Assisting with client finances Assisting with drafting wills, letters, and trust documentationThe Candidate The ideal Paralegal must possess the following skills and attributes; Strong attention to detail Enthusiastic and organised Must have strong academics Proactive approach to work and able to use initiative Worked within a legal environment for ideally 6 monthsWe are shortlisting potential Paralegals immediately so please apply today to be considered! Huntress Search Ltd acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles. PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK
  • £0 - £11/hour
Graduate Legal Assistant Central London Temporary to Permanent £11 per hour (Depending on experience) A Law firm based in central London who specialize in American Immigration and Visas are seeing a graduate to come and join their team to assist with their busy workloads. The team actively manages the immigration portfolio of qualifying organizations and individuals, including processing visas for professionals, multinational executives & managers, investors, and persons of extraordinary and exceptional ability. THE ROLE: Directly Assist the firm's Legal Team in the processing of United States visa cases Carrying out tasks/ assisting with Directors of the organisation Process Incoming Email Attachments from Clients File Client Documents, both Paper and Electronic Answer Telephones Assist with the Intake of New Clients Enter Client Information in Firm's Database Assemble forms and visa applications under the direction of Senior Paralegal Assist with the drafting of correspondence to Clients and government agencies Additional relevant duties as they arise. YOU: Education: 2.1 or higher University Degree - any related subject Good understanding of Technology: Familiar with Microsoft Office; Familiar with Adobe; Proficient with computers, including Macs. Great Communication Skills: The successful candidate shall possess a high degree of fluency in the English language, and must be able to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing. Legal Status: Must be authorised to take up employment in the United Kingdom
  • £30.28/hour umbrella/inside IR35
Our client within public sector is looking for a Paralegal / Legal Assistant to join their Social Care and Education Legal team based in Ealing. The role is offered on 3 months contract basis initially offering up to £30.28/hour umbrella rate inside IR35, working 35 hours per week. The Paralegal will be primarily focusing on advising within Adult social care and Education matters and supporting lawyers on the same. Key responsibilities include: Provide support to the department's lawyers dealing with matters relating to the Council's social care, education and public health related functions Manage casework on matters relating to the Council's social care, education and public health related functions. Assist with legal research, the drafting of advice, preparation of legal documentation and conduct legal proceedings in relation to the Council's social care, education and public health related functions. Required Qualifications, Experience and Skills: Degree level education, or full or trainee membership of CILEx or NALP or GDL or the Legal Practice Course (LPC), or similar qualification. Paralegal or lawyer's assistant with ability to conduct legal proceedings including preparation of application/claim forms, advising on evidence, handling disclosure and, where appropriate, advocacy. Knowledge and understanding of law and procedure relating to social care, education and/or public health. Ability to manage own caseload effectively and efficiently. Ability to conduct legal research or aptitude to learn. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Good attention to detail. Competent ICT skills including basic keyboard skills, familiarity with word-processing packages, case management systems and simple databases or ability to acquire the same. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
  • £18000 - £31000/annum
1 year maternity contract Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm Duties: To draft Wills and LPA's To input data onto specifically designed software to produce Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney and declaration of severances To take Will drafting telephone or skype appointments To proof read Wills for spelling errors drafted by other members of the legal team. To discuss queries with clients or consultants when required by telephone or e-mail. To administer trusts To prepare renunciations To undertake first registrations and transfers To answer legal queries from clients and consultantsResponsible for: Meeting targets set by the Head of legal. Producing accurate documents Keeping up to date with cases and reportsSkills: Accuracy Computer literate Will drafting experienceIf you feel that this role doesn't match your skills and expertise, please visit our website for a variety of Permanent, Temporary and Contract vacancies. We endeavour to reply to all applications. However if you have not heard from us within 7 days you have been unsuccessful with this particular role. You are very welcome to apply to future advertisements placed by The Sammons Group. The Sammons Group is an Employment Business and Employment Agency as defined by the EAA Regulations 2003, and we abide by the Code of Practice of our industry body (the Recruitment & Employment Confederation - REC). We are committed to supporting and promoting diversity in the workplace, and welcome applications from candidates regardless of age, belief, disability, ethnic origin/nationality, gender/gender reassignment, marital/civil partnership status, pregnancy/maternity, or sexual orientation - we recruit on the basis of talent. If you require reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process, please let us know. We regret that as a recruitment consultancy we are unable to seek visas for applicants not holding current entitlement to work in the UK
Paralegal Paralegal assists with the administration and coordination of the legal and compliance activities of the Company on a world-wide basis. Primary responsibilities consist of assisting with corporate secretary matters, maintaining intellectual property assets as well as managing outside counsel on trademark and patent renewal matters, preparing routine agreements and legal instruments. Paralegal works in close cooperation with other departments, educating them on contract review process, compliance policies and procedures. Duties and Responsibilities * Implements the organization's policies on industry-specific issues, corporate governance and regulatory affairs. * Researches issues related to complicated legal documents, including contracts, and makes suggestions for alterations of those documents. * Drafts contracts. Negotiates with outside parties on contractual issues and legal disputes. * Anticipates and mitigates potential legal problems within the organization and developing strategies to avoid costly litigation and reduce potential areas of risk. Work Experience Typically requires a minimum of 2 years of related experience with a Bachelor’s degree; or 1 year and a Master’s degree; or a PhD without experience; or equivalent work experience. Typical range is 2-5 years. Knowledge * Experience with corporate matters (e.g., entity formation, board meeting preparation, etc.) * IP and software licensing experience a huge plus Skills and Abilities * Foreign language skills a huge plus (e.g., Dutch) * Strong attention to detail, highly process-oriented * Self-motivated, can work autonomously * Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment * Strong computer skills including proficiency with database software, word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations * The successful candidate must exercise sound judgment, have strong project management skills, and be professional, proactive, and enthusiastic
  • £18000 - £20000/annum
Location: Southampton City Centre – parking not included Salary: £18,000 - £20,000 Title: VR/06957 Receptionist - FTC 2 Months Department: Facilities Working Pattern: Monday to Friday Hours: 08:00 – 17:00 Must be available to Start Monday 17th February. An exciting opportunity has become available for a receptionist to work with a prestigious law firm within the facilities department. This is a fixed term contract for 2 months and you must be committed to completing the 8-week assignment. The key responsibilities of the Receptionist include: * Taking all incoming telephone calls, dealing with these in a prompt and professional manner. * Meeting and greeting visitors to the business and signing these in as per security procedures. * Ensuring all postal arrangements are dealt with efficiently and that all ad hoc items are processed. * Organising facilities for meetings. * Booking meeting / conference rooms. * Ad -hoc admin tasks. If you are interested in the Receptionist position, then either call us on (phone number removed) or email your CV to the details provided
  • £30000 - £50000/annum Up to £40,000 + Excellent benefit
Leading US law firm housed in Stunning offices on the heart of the city is looking to hire a new PA to work for a Corporate Technology and Life Sciences Partner and team on an initial 6 Month FTC. Responsibilities will include extensive diary management, coordination of complex business itineraries and travel arrangements, organising and prioritising telephone calls, mail, documents and projects, manage schedules and organise activities such as meetings, conferences and departmental activities, maintain filing and records management systems and transcribes from tapes, handwritten materials and/or dictation. Plus you will be asked to utilises the Firm’s computer systems and software applications, prepares legal documents and opening new files. The successful candidate should be capable of building an understanding of the nature of their Partner’s work, as well as establishing relationships with clients and personnel across the firm. Candidates should be proactive, confident in their abilities and should be able to manage their time efficiently. Previous Corporate legal experience is required, as are excellent written and verbal communication skills. The hours for this role are 9.30am – 5.30pm