We are looking for an experienced Legal Secretary to join our busy Commercial Property team. Working alongside the current Legal Secretary, this role provides full secretarial support to the fee earners and Partners in the department. Support to the wider Firm may be required at times. Part time hours will be considered.
The successful candidate must be highly organised with the ability to prioritise duties, multi-task and remain calm under pressure.
Good knowledge of Outlook, Excel, Microsoft Word including formatting and track changes is essential. Experience of using and a case management system, Teams, Docu-sign and Legl is an advantage.
- Transcribing and ability to use a digital dictation
- Undertaking administrative tasks
- Making full use of the firm’s case management system
- Dealing with new enquiries
- Maintaining an efficient system of diary management for the relevant fee earners and Partners
- Assisting with billing and account management
- Dealing with clients – telephone, email and in person
- Dealing with Land Registry, SDLT and Companies House
- File opening, closing and deeds scheduling
- Competitive salary
- Holiday entitlement which increases with service.
- Ability to purchase up to 1 weeks extra holiday
- 1 extra day off for your birthday
- 4% Employer pension contribution
- Bupa cash health care plan
- Income protection
- Death in service benefits
- Enhanced maternity and paternity pay
- Payment of professional subscriptions
To apply for this exciting new role please send your CV with a covering letter to Lucy Eaton, HR Manager at the postal address or email email@example.com.
Why choose to work for us?
Our team works hard to put clients first but we also work hard to develop our staff. We are a very friendly and approachable team and believe in giving staff the support they need to flourish.
The Firm is an equal opportunity employer and is fully committed to a policy of treating all of its employees, partners, job applicants and clients equally. The Firm will take all reasonable steps to employ, train and promote employees on the basis of experience, abilities and qualifications without regard to age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.