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  • £36000 - £40000/annum
Want to work for a boutique City Law firm and feel part of an integral team? Our Client is now seeking applications from PAs who would like a fixed term contract of 12 months. The role is a maternity cover, and you will step into various divisions as a Legal Float PA. You will be allocated various Partners and the wider team of Associates where you will support them with the full range of PA duties, but with a focus on document work, diary management and billings, therefore, you will need to be strong in these areas. Previous Legal experience particularly as a Float PA would be a real bonus. This is a friendly firm, but they need a hands-on, proactive and focused PA as soon as possible. As Legal Float PA, you will be responsible for: * Extensive diary management for the Partners and Associates within various practice areas of the firm, setting up complex meetings in the UK and overseas, both internally and externally, conference calls, video conferences * Coordinating client events, dinner engagements, travel and restaurants * Organising domestic and international travel, flights, accommodation, Visa’s, itineraries * Inbox management – actioning emails on behalf of the Partners * Gatekeeping to include filtering calls from internal and external sources / building client relationships * Arranging meetings both internally and externally * Preparing correspondence, legal and marketing documents * Overseeing document management and production and making amendments * Reconciling and processing monthly expenses * Producing PowerPoint presentations as required for pitches * Extensive billings for the Partners and Associates working to strict deadlines Key Personal Competencies: * Previous Legal PA experience as a Float PA or with diverse knowledge in related fields * Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail * Ability to cope with numerous conflicting demands in a calm and unflappable manner * Strong delegation skills and be able to work as part of a team * Demonstrate capabilities of using initiative and a proactive attitude * Advanced MS Office knowledge and minimum typing speeds of 60-65wpm To apply, please send your CV with your contact details to Nicola Zengin. Hartbrooke Associates offer a 'recommend a friend' incentive scheme to all registered candidates who kindly refer colleagues or friends to us
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  • £20247/annum pro rata
A well-established legal practice in Kent is looking for an secretary to join its Canterbury team as soon as possible. This is a full time position, Monday to Friday, 9.00 - 17.15 and a great opportunity for someone to be part of an expanding Kent legal practice with a good reputation. We anticipate the temporary maternity cover will be over the summer period and last for 3 months. Ideally, you will have previously worked within the legal environment. They would also consider candidates that have studied law and have an understanding of the residential and commercial conveyancing process. Whoever joins the team will be excellent at prioritising and organising their daily work, be adaptable to meet the needs of the department and also work within strict timeframes to ensure an outstanding service is delivered to the client. The team use a case management system as part of their daily work so it is vital that everyone has great IT skills. Previous case management experience is desirable but not essential as we provide comprehensive training for everyone who joins the firm. If you have the right skills and experience then please apply today
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  • £20000 - £50000/annum Up to £35,000 + Excellent Benefit
Our Global law firm client are currently looking for a Legal Librarian to join their Library department on an initial 6 month contract. This role is to work on the enquiry desk and provide research services and support for Fee earners and business services teams for all of the UK and Middle East offices, the main responsibilities are selecting and presenting materials for the compilation of the Library’s Daily Bulletin current awareness service, emailing the contents of electronic journals, highlighting press alerts using LexisNexis Publisher, preparing and delivering training as well as conducting new Fee earner inductions, cataloguing library materials. Candidates should have experience of working on a busy enquiry desk, experience of working in a law firm and thus in turn, being able to handle the types of enquiries they receive. The core hours for this role will be 9.30am – 5.30pm and this role is paying up to £35,000 with excellent benefits
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  • £25000 - £35000/annum Up to £24,750 + Excellent Benefit
A Prestigious US Law Firm is looking to hire a new Assistant Secretarial Group Administrator to join the fast-paced Pharmaceutical team on an initial 9 Month FTC with the view of possibly being extended. This role will be working with another Administrator and a team of two Senior Legal PAs, supporting a team of Fee-Earners. Responsibilities will include taking and reporting clearly on telephone calls, entering lawyers’ time on to the system, typing short documents, letters and emails as requested, digital dictation, organising international conference calls, archiving and filing on a daily basis, booking travel - local and international, booking conferences - local and international, various administrative tasks including expenses, and booking meetings rooms. Candidates need to have previous administration/junior secretarial experience within law firms, experience using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and a strong team playing, proactive and professional attitude. Standard hours are 10.00am – 6.00pm, based within stunning offices in the City
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  • £30000 - £35000/annum
THE COMPANY: Brewster Pratap is supporting a legal company based in the centre of Leeds with their FTC requirement. This role is required as soon as possible. THE JOB: Due to the rapid growth of our QCAS unit, the post-holder will manage the end-to-end recruitment process for the expansion of this unit. We are looking for someone who will take ownership of the project, recruiting for entry level positions up to senior management roles. The tasks and duties listed below are intended to describe the general nature and responsibilities of this role. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list and the post holder is expected to undertake any reasonable request from a Partner, Unit Head or other appropriate Manager.  Identify and advise on the most suitable recruitment platforms for each vacancy, ensuring that this reflects a cost-benefit analysis that reflects appropriate financial consideration;  Source, identify, and develop a pipeline of suitable candidates through multiple channels, including mining online resources such as internal/external job boards and associations, social/professional networking sites etc.  Cold call, manage email campaigns, network, and perform other key words and targeted searches for qualified candidates.  Collaborate with hiring managers to write job adverts for current openings;  Advertise job openings on all suitable platforms such as our careers page, job boards and social networks (e.g. LinkedIn);  Assess candidate’s applications, conduct telephone interviews/screening and undertake background checks to assess their capability/suitability on set criteria;  Collate, analyse and distribute recruitment MI (including responding to ad hoc requests for MI) as required. Maintaining accurate and up to date records of all vacancy activity to enable consistent and responsive MI reporting.  Guide managers in use of appropriate selection tools and support selection activity;  Coordinate ‘posts’ and update social media tools such as Facebook, twitter and LinkedIn etc;  Support candidates and stakeholders with query management, issue resolution and appropriate advice/feedback throughout the recruitment process ensuring a great candidate experience;  Provide feedback to candidates in a constructive, professional and timely manner;  Schedule candidate interviews, ensuring a full brief has been given prior to interviews;  Participate in candidate interviews as necessary;  Continuously look for and highlight ways we can improve the processes and services we offer to candidates and stakeholders;  Provide efficient administration at all stages of the recruitment process; and  Prioritise and manage own workloads effectively, ensuring SLA’s are adhered to. THE PERSON: You will be the first point of contact for all potential employees, so it is of paramount importance that you are able to engage and build relationships with all types of people.  Proven experience of working in a recruitment environment is essential and proven in-house experience is desirable;  Excellent communication skills – verbal and written;  Excellent organisational skills – a self-starter, able to prioritise work effectively;  Solid understanding of full-cycle recruiting;  Experience in sourcing candidates through innovative attraction methods including job boards and use of social media;  Proven organisational skills, able to plan and prioritise work effectively;  Proven IT skills in Microsoft Office;  A commitment to delivering excellence and to providing a friendly and helpful service and able to create and build a rapport with Partners and colleagues THE BENEFITS: Brewster Pratap Business & Office Support is a division of the Brewster Pratap Recruitment Group focusing on the recruitment of talent in administration, business support, HR, sales, marketing and purchasing jobs in in South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. If you are interested in discussing this job in more detail or any other aspect of business and office support recruitment we would really like to hear from you. Please visit our website at (url removed) for more information
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  • £12.50 - £15.00/hour
This role for a Access to Records officer has been released on a temporary basis for 3 months initially Main Duties: * To support the day to day processing of Subject Access/Access to records requests in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. This process involves: * Determining which records/information the request relates to and liaising with Children’s Services as appropriate * To assist in the processing of information requests in regard to ‘Next Steps’ * Disclose any personal data as appropriate in liaison with Children’s Services. * To ensure up to date knowledge of current legislation. * Proven relevant experience of working with the ICO and other regulatory bodies. * Knowledge and understanding of the importance of confidentiality and information governance and security principles. * Ability to work on own initiative and exercise own judgement with discretion. * The ability to foster good working relationships with a range of colleagues both internally and externally. Due to the short term nature of the role they would like someone who has worked in a similar capacity previously. Please send your most updated CV to Grant Wilson by clicking apply now --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
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Legal Secretary / PA - Property (6 - 12 month FTC) Good Potential to Be Extended to a Permanent Position! Well established, legal 500 and highly accredited law firm with offices across Surrey and London are seeking a Legal Secretary / PA to work within their Property team. This role will be to assist fee earners and the Head of Department in their day to day work by providing support and an efficient secretarial and administrative service. Providing full secretarial support including using a digital dictation system to produce correspondence and other documentation related to property transactions with PA duties including diary management. Maintenance of comprehensive and accurate client admin files. Undertaking online Land Registry searches and responding to enquiries on behalf of lawyers. Assistance in general team administration including meeting and greeting clients, taking calls and directing accordingly and arranging meeting room bookings. Managing post completions procedures including SDLT returns and title registrations. Desired skills and experience: · Legal Secretary/Assistant experience with at least 2 years of solid property expertise · Strong and efficient secretarial and admin skills · High level of attention to detail · Fast, accurate typing ability, ideally using digital audio systems · Experience of using case management system desirable but not essential · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills · Very well organised · Friendly & professional attitude · IT literate - Microsoft Word / Excel / Outlook / Digital Audio software / Case Management
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  • £20000 - £45000/annum Up to £35,000 + Excellent Benefit
Our Global law firm client are currently looking for a Legal Librarian to join their Library department on an initial 6 month contract. This role is to work on the enquiry desk and provide research services and support for Fee earners and business services teams for all of the UK and Middle East offices, the main responsibilities are selecting and presenting materials for the compilation of the Library’s Daily Bulletin current awareness service, emailing the contents of electronic journals, highlighting press alerts using LexisNexis Publisher, preparing and delivering training as well as conducting new Fee earner inductions, cataloguing library materials. Candidates should have experience of working on a busy enquiry desk, experience of working in a law firm and thus in turn, being able to handle the types of enquiries they receive. The core hours for this role will be 9.30am – 5.30pm and this role is paying up to £35,000 with excellent benefits
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  • £75000 - £80000/annum plus benefits/package
Role: Senior Manager - Legal Resource Team Location: London You are likely: A qualified Lawyer or paralegal with a lot of commercial acumen who had managed large teams of temp and perm staff directing them on quality of service and revenue generation. Capable of working to targets/KPI’s and managing your staffs to meet them. Purpose: This is a people Management roles to direct and utilise resources whilst increasing cross team communication, generate and increase revenues from company services. You will be the first point of contact for all Alternative Resourcing related issues for the London Office. The role is to: * To manage and develop new relationships and communicate effectively with stakeholders * Develop a strong understanding of clients’ objectives, advise and implement plans to meet them * Effectively address client satisfaction issues/resolved them * Encourage an integrated approach across Business Improvement and work closely with the related teams to ensure that shared resources are appropriately allocated * Encourage communication across other Business Team functions and external suppliers, ensure client needs are communicated effectively to all internal and external parties * Market services to the practice and its clients through strong customer service, deliver professional presentations and produce, maintenance effective marketing materials * Work with the heads of function to drive through strategic objectives, with a clear focus * Develop new services and implement change. Oversee the enhancement of your team * Effectively identify and manage your team and related teams to cross-sell opportunities Actions/Responsibilities: * Initiate, develop and implement processes to enhance best practice across the teams * Accountable for functional output and delivery * Manage functional budget, working with your Managers; ensure their team budgets is managed * Management responsibility for circa 100 staff (perm and temps), to include: * Recruitment of paralegals, interim lawyers and project leaders, developing and retaining talent * Place processes to manage utilisation and profitability of all staff * Conduct career development process for your Managers, set KPI’s/objectives, actively encouraged them To manage, develop and oversee the Managers to: • Oversee the project management of simultaneous projects/tasks, from inception to completion • Deliver efficiently and within budget • Effectively manage their own teams, including reporting, process implementation and career development activities Objectives/Marks of Success: • Grow the percentage of the complexity of work the team can deliver in London Office • Meet income, profit and headcount targets for your London team • Ensuring any decision that may impact targets is discussed and agreed with the Head of… • Demonstrate the ability to think laterally to utilise revenues e.g. formulate a plan and implementing this to address services such as VDR & DD • Evolving service capabilities, revenue streams for new service lines • Demonstrating strong people skills which are critical to the success of the team e.g. ensuring there is integrated cooperation, About Brimstone Consulting: We specialise in finding highly qualified staff in the following areas: E-Discovery and Digital Forensics; Payments; Fraud - (AML/CTF, Investigation, CFE’s etc.); Risk - (Credit, Regulatory, Liquidity, Market, Analysts-SAS, SPSS etc.); Compliance/Corporate Governance ; IT - (full SDLC- BA’s PM’s , Architects, Developers etc.); Big Data and Data Analytics - (MI/BI/CI); InfoSec and Cyber Crime; Audit; Accountancy and Finance Brimstone Consulting acts as an employment agency (permanent) and as an employment business (temporary) - a free and confidential service to candidates. Brimstone Consulting is an equal opportunities employer. Due to time constraints we can only reply to applicants that match our clients’ specifications
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  • £22000 - £27000/annum
LAW Absolute is currently working with a Top 50 law firm actively seeking a Recruitment and HR Assistant to join their team on an initial 6 month Fixed Term Contract. This is an exciting opportunity to join a collaborative and forward thinking HR team, within a highly reputable firm. The responsibilities of the role will include but are not limited to: * Screening, logging and uploading CV applications * Liaising with the firms preferred recruitment agencies * Coordinating interviews, including booking rooms and diary management * Assisting with on-boarding processes, including reference requests, Right to Work checks and contracts * Work on ad hoc HR projects and requirements * Supporting new joiners through the induction process and completing any related administration * Maintaining personnel files for the population of the firm The successful candidate will have previous administration experience and experience working in a legal environment is desirable. It is essential that you are able to work autonomously with minimal supervision and hit the ground running from the outset. If this position is of interest and you are able to demonstrate the requisite experience please apply by sending your CV. At LAW Absolute we endeavour to respond to all applications within 48 hours. However due to the volume of applications we receive we may not be able to respond to every candidate individually. If you have not heard from us within a 48 hour timeframe your application has not been successful and your details have not been retained. LAW Absolute acts as an employment business for temporary recruitment and as an employment agency for fixed term contract and permanent recruitment
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