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  • £32236/annum
Adecco Dundee are delighted to once again be working alongside our highly valued and respected client in the heart of the City. We are currently looking for someone who has a degree or equivalent experience within either; law, procurement or business management - in order to join the current successful team providing support and guidance with respect to contract negotiation, drafting, review and governance within the research / legal framework. Working within the legal/contracts team - the role will assist the Legal Services Manager with the contracts required for a major clinical trial, together with undertaking contract drafting and review work where required for other clinical research studies. If you have previous experience within a technical contract draft, review and negotiation environment - we are extremely keen to hear from you. This is a fixed term role - from now until the end of August 2020, working part time. Hours are flexible and can be arranged directly with the successful candidate. The grading for this position is paying a pro-rata wage of £32,236 per annum. For a fast response, please apply today! 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 https://(url removed)/candidate-privacy
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The role will involve the configuration and implementation of a cloud based VM running data virtualisation software that access's data from various cloud and on prem data sources and then transmit via API / to a cloud based service provider for onward processing. 3+ Years Development experience; * Working in an Agile (Scrum / Kanban / XP) or Waterfall SDLC Environment for a Professional / Commercial Firm * Azure & or AWS or Similar Cloud Technologies * Version control / Unit testing * Documenting / Commenting their work for posterity Specific Experience / Knowledge of; * REST API * Azure API Management & or APIGEE (Google API Management Tech) * Experience / Knowledge of Azure Logic Apps or BizTalk Apps * SQL / T-SQL Desirable * MS SSIS Development Desirable * Webi / Business Objects Desirable * Development / Production Environment Configuration Desirable * Data virtualization a Bonus * Practice Management systems / Legal or Professional Service Firms a Bonus
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  • £23000 - £25000/annum Salary DOE + Excellent benefits
We have two exciting opportunities for candidates with Legal PA/EA/Secretarial experience who wish to broaden their knowledge and skills within this highly regarded national law firm. Based in their Cambridge office, one position is within the firms Corporate department and the other in their Real Estate department. You will work as part of a team providing a high quality support service to lawyers, utilising available resources as appropriate. The role is busy and challenging and will require the candidate to have: · Experience of providing support to multiple people i.e. diary management, arranging travel/events · Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office systems; Outlook and Word · The ability to work as part of a team, establishing good working relationships at all levels · Excellent planning and organisational skills · The ability to communicate clearly and effectively at all levels · Excellent presentation and attention to detail For further information and a confidential discussion please contact Hollie Preston at Errington Legal Recruitment. Errington Legal is a legal specialist recruiter covering Solicitor and Legal Support vacancies. As specialists we are able to offer candidates access to the finest legal firms in the area, excellent market knowledge, and support throughout every stage of the process (all applications are confidential)
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  • £24.64 - £33.25/hour
Commercial Procurement Lawyer Pay rate: £24.64 per hour PAYE or £33.25 per hour UMBRELLA Contract Leeds Description: ‘Experience in contract law, procurement, and IT law. Main duties and responsibilities include Non-Contentious - working in procurement law, for example, framework agreements and contracts. Successful management of complex high-value cases. Ability to deal with complex public law cases. Ability to work to deadlines. Provide legal and policy advice to clients. Responsibility for contractual litigation and disputes. Responsibility of procurement law cases. Takes responsibility for own work with a substantial degree of autonomy but knowing when to consult and to delegate. Displays an understanding of the resourcing requirements of own cases. Displays an understanding of the context the client operates in. Displays the professional attitude that client and company expect from a member of an organisation with a high reputation. Responds to reasonable client requests including agreeing achievable and realistic actions, timescales etc. Keeps abreast of legal developments and current thinking on related policy issues.’ Strong procurement law and strong contract law technical legal skills and someone with commercial and procurement experience. Essential criteria Your application will be assessed on the following criteria: Technical Legal Skills: • Sound understanding of public law. • Sound understanding of procurement law. • Sound understanding of contract law. • Reliable legal judgement and appreciation of legal risk. • The ability to think strategically and creatively, see legal issues in their wider context and advise accordingly. • Sound analysis, using secure legal research to produce timely and fit for purpose advice
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  • £25.37 - £34.23/hour
Commercial Procurement Lawyer Pay rate: £25.37 per hour PAYE or £34.23 per hour UMBRELLA Contract London Description: ‘Experience in contract law, procurement, and IT law. Main duties and responsibilities include Non-Contentious - working in procurement law, for example, framework agreements and contracts. Successful management of complex high-value cases. Ability to deal with complex public law cases. Ability to work to deadlines. Provide legal and policy advice to clients. Responsibility for contractual litigation and disputes. Responsibility of procurement law cases. Takes responsibility for own work with a substantial degree of autonomy but knowing when to consult and to delegate. Displays an understanding of the resourcing requirements of own cases. Displays an understanding of the context the client operates in. Displays the professional attitude that client and company expect from a member of an organisation with a high reputation. Responds to reasonable client requests including agreeing achievable and realistic actions, timescales etc. Keeps abreast of legal developments and current thinking on related policy issues.’ Strong procurement law and strong contract law technical legal skills and someone with commercial and procurement experience. Essential criteria Your application will be assessed on the following criteria: Technical Legal Skills: • Sound understanding of public law. • Sound understanding of procurement law. • Sound understanding of contract law. • Reliable legal judgement and appreciation of legal risk. • The ability to think strategically and creatively, see legal issues in their wider context and advise accordingly. • Sound analysis, using secure legal research to produce timely and fit for purpose advice
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Recruitment | Training | Business Advice & Consultancy Vacancy profile Job Title: Legal Cashier, Fixed Term Contract – 12 months Location: Birmingham Salary: Negotiable The Role We are looking for a Legal Cashier to join our client’s Birmingham-based Finance team. Your key duties will be: * arranging bank reconciliations * allocating funds received to client’s ledgers * processing electronic payments * processing transfers between client and office accounts * sorting incoming cheques and preparing daily banking * issuing cheques * checking and posting bills, credit notes and write offs * recording all other accounts transactions including checking requests * liaising with fee earners and resolving accounting queries raised by clients and staff * providing ad hoc assistance and support, as required by the Finance team Skills and experience you will have: * a minimum of 12 months’ previous legal cashiering experience, ideally gained from working within a legal or professional services background * to be able to cope with a high volume workload and work well under pressure and to tight deadlines * to enjoy working with figures * to be highly enthusiastic, willing to go the extra mile and be happy to go beyond the job description * to be respectful towards others and have a positive, willing and ‘can do’ attitude The Candidate The ideal candidate will have the following: * Strong market knowledge and understand strengths and weaknesses of competitors in the Insurance Sector * Strong Technical Insurance Knowledge * Qualified to ACII ideally or DIPCII * Able to demonstrate experience as an Account Director/Executive where you have developed you own Book of Business * Understand thoroughly all classes of business offered in Insurance * Keen to develop knowledge and continually learn * Excellent communication and Negotiation skills * Strong IT Skills
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Our client, a well-established leading law firm based in Cambridge, are currently seeking an Executive Assistant to join their team. * Do you have previous experience, working as a Personal Assistant? * Are you approachable, with excellent interpersonal and client-facing skills? * Do you have a methodical and organised approach to work? If so, this could be the role for you! As the Executive Assistant you will be responsible for supporting all areas of the business. The role reports to the Executive Support Manager and is responsible for providing a high quality support service to the lawyers, utilising available resources as appropriate. The role is based within the firm’s Real Estate National Service Line (NSL) and will work alongside the Document Production Specialists and Administration Assistants. You will be providing support to five fee earners. This role is based in our Cambridge office on a full-time 12-month fixed term contract. Main Duties: * Work closely with the lawyers you are responsible for, supporting colleagues with all aspects of the firm’s core value of strong client relationships, anticipate and consider client needs and ensure comprehensive notes are available for any ongoing items * Deal with all calls and queries in a professional manner, take clear and concise messages and ensure these are dealt with in a timely fashion * Prepare and distribute agendas, itineraries and meeting papers including chasing any pending items to ensure lawyers have adequate time for planning * Think ahead of lawyer needs to free them up from administration tasks and actively assist with business development and marketing initiatives * Be focussed and fully involved in the role delivering work with high level of experience and act in a mentoring, coaching or training role to others * The firm is committed to innovation in all areas. Within your role, consider and put forward better and new ways of working * Ensure lawyers’ diaries are managed and maintained, including but not limited to organising/arranging events/travel, ensuring all arrangements made, work and activities are scheduled, any potential challenges resolved to make the lawyers’ day to day working easier to manage * Manage and monitor lawyers’ inboxes including for planned and unplanned absence where possible reducing email volume by responding to emails and filing on worksite * Use plain English in all communication and ensure information is presented in a clear, logical and structured way * Understand and support end to end billing process to assist lawyers The ideal candidate will ideally have previous PA experience, along with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel. You will have strong literacy skills and will be comfortable with touch typing. The successful candidate will have the ability to work under limited supervision and will be able to prioritise and work effectively when faced with numerous deadlines. For further details of this exciting opportunity please forward a copy of your CV today! Todd Hayes Ltd is an equal opportunities employer. Due to the large number of applications we receive I’m afraid we are unable to respond to everyone individually however your details will remain on file should another suitable opportunity become available moving forward. If we can take your application further we will of course be in touch. Todd Hayes is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Todd Hayes Ltd
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Our client, a well-established leading law firm based in Cambridge, are currently seeking an Executive Assistant to join their team. * Do you have previous experience, working as a Personal Assistant? * Are you approachable, with excellent interpersonal and client-facing skills? * Do you have a methodical and organised approach to work? If so, this could be the role for you! As the Executive Assistant you will be responsible for supporting all areas of the business. The role reports to the Executive Support Manager and is responsible for providing a high quality support service to the lawyers, utilising available resources as appropriate. The role is based within the firm’s Corporate & Commercial National Service Line (NSL) and will work alongside the Document Production Specialists and Administration Assistants. You will be providing support to five fee earners. This role is based in our Cambridge office on a full-time 12-month fixed term contract. Main Duties: * Work closely with the lawyers you are responsible for, supporting colleagues with all aspects of the firm’s core value of strong client relationships, anticipate and consider client needs and ensure comprehensive notes are available for any ongoing items * Deal with all calls and queries in a professional manner, take clear and concise messages and ensure these are dealt with in a timely fashion * Prepare and distribute agendas, itineraries and meeting papers including chasing any pending items to ensure lawyers have adequate time for planning * Think ahead of lawyer needs to free them up from administration tasks and actively assist with business development and marketing initiatives * Be focussed and fully involved in the role delivering work with high level of experience and act in a mentoring, coaching or training role to others * The firm is committed to innovation in all areas. Within your role, consider and put forward better and new ways of working * Ensure lawyers’ diaries are managed and maintained, including but not limited to organising/arranging events/travel, ensuring all arrangements made, work and activities are scheduled, any potential challenges resolved to make the lawyers’ day to day working easier to manage * Manage and monitor lawyers’ inboxes including for planned and unplanned absence where possible reducing email volume by responding to emails and filing on worksite * Use plain English in all communication and ensure information is presented in a clear, logical and structured way * Understand and support end to end billing process to assist lawyers The ideal candidate will ideally have previous PA experience, along with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel. You will have strong literacy skills and will be comfortable with touch typing. The successful candidate will have the ability to work under limited supervision and will be able to prioritise and work effectively when faced with numerous deadlines. For further details of this exciting opportunity please forward a copy of your CV today! Todd Hayes Ltd is an equal opportunities employer. Due to the large number of applications we receive I’m afraid we are unable to respond to everyone individually however your details will remain on file should another suitable opportunity become available moving forward. If we can take your application further we will of course be in touch. Todd Hayes is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Todd Hayes Ltd
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The Role: A contracts role, supporting an in-house legal team for a fixed term contract of 6 months. Reporting to the Senior Legal Manager, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate detailed knowledge and technical experience to deal with a broad range of commercial contracts, from general business contracts to more complex contracts. Main responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate a broad range of commercial agreements Providing support developing the contracting process Attending negotiations with key stakeholders Understand and articulate key IP, commercial and other contractual requirements to the business Providing legal advice to key stakeholders within the business Creating templates General support to the legal function; advising on any other areas of law as required. The Person: 3 + PQE In house experience desirable however not essential Holding a professional legal qualification (Solicitor or FCllex) Confident, approachable disposition Must enjoy a high degree of autonomy Ability to manage and prioritise own workload Good time management and ability to adhere to strict deadlines Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Commercial awareness Excellent keyboard skills (acts as own secretary and administrator) The Company: Holland & Barrett is one of the nation's most loved and trusted brands, known for offering quality health food, vitamins and supplements all sold by highly trained and qualified advisors. Bucking the current trend of high street retailers, we forecast significant growth and expansion plans in the coming years, with considerable investment going into all areas of the business. We certainly embrace change and drive speed in everything we do. Every day presents a different challenge, but every day is also filled with fun, teamwork and passion to succeed and surpass every expectation. Join us and see how far you can go
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  • £22000 - £42000/annum Up to £32,000 + Excellent Benefit
Leading US law firm is looking to recruit a new paralegal to join their growing Financial Services Group where you will get exposure to a number of areas of law and transactions. This is a fantastic position where the firm really utilise and respect their paralegals. Duties will include be asked to prepare letters in response to auditors’ requests for information, assist attorneys in all aspects of private fund offerings, including federal and state securities filings, organise, index, file and maintain documents and other materials in various media formats, proofread prospectuses, board minutes, forms and other documents, assist with miscellaneous projects assigned by FSG attorneys and/or practice group manager, perform any and all other duties as necessary for efficient functioning of the Department, Office and Firm and practice and foster an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation. Applicants need to have a law degree, LPC preferable with at least 12 months paralegal experience ideally from a City/US law firm however if you are bright with fantastic education/grades then please apply as this firm like to hire Trainee quality paralegals. Candidates having general legal corporate skills including experience with corporate formation, dissolution, board resolutions and board minutes with a familiarity of mutual funds is an added bonus. Skills required are having the ability to work independently and perform research, the ability to work productively and cooperatively with other employees and have excellent written and verbal communication skills including proofreading. Standard hours are 9:30 to 5:30 with lots of available paid overtime
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