Digital and Reprographics Assistant – Prestigious Barristers’ Chambers

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  • Salary : Up To £32,000

A prestigious London Barristers’ Chambers is looking to hire a new Digital and Reprographics Assistant to join their busy London office on a permanent basis to provide a first-class comprehensive service to the business. This role is to work 5 days in the office, with the hours being 9.00am – 5.30pm. The salary on offer is up £32k depending on experience plus benefits and a discretionary yearly bonus.

This is amazing opportunity for an experienced Reprographics Assistant to join a highly prestigious Barristers’ Chambers in the heart of London.

The successful Digital and Reprographics Assistant will assist the Digital and Reprographics Administrator (DRA) to provide a high-level document management and production service to members.

Work with the junior clerks to help them to manage and fulfil basic and first level electronic and print requests and to ensure a common approach and quality standards are maintained.


  • Advanced production of barrister instructions/enclosures, electronic and printed bundles.
  • Ordering and digitising of case papers.
  • Advanced scanning and archive scanning.
  • Liaising with instructing solicitors, offering and executing scanning as an alternative to the return of papers where requested, reconciling all data movement with case management system.
  • Assist the DRA with management, provisioning and routine maintenance of the printer and scanner fleet, first line fixes, machine call outs and stock control of print room stationary.
  • Assist with secure transfer of electronic and physical papers between chambers and clients.
  • Assist barristers to develop their own electronic bundling and print skills where required.
  • Advise and assist clerks with the management of electronic and physical papers as required.
  • Help the junior clerks with secure destruction of papers in chambers.
  • Assist with court runs (to provide additional capacity/cover for junior clerks) as needed. 


The successful candidate will have gained experience in an ancillary services role, either supporting a back-office department in a large Legal or Professional organisation or working for an outsourced services company.


  • Experience of large scale/volume print production, document handling, scanning and indexing.
  • Outlook, Word, Excel and Adobe Reader
  • Well presented, good written and verbal communication


  • Experience of electronic document sorting/e-bundling and good understanding of document lifecycles.
  • Document scanning or PDF software packages e.g., Capture Perfect, Acrobat DC or Kofax Power PDF.
  • At least one widely used document management system e.g., SharePoint, OneDrive or Therefore.
  • Practical skills including PDF conversion, OCR, paginating and tabbing.


  • You will be part of a small team but will enjoy interacting with staff and barristers at all levels of the organisation and understanding the legal services and legal professionals that we support.
  • A strong service ethic – a readiness to help others – is important.
  • Some aspects of the job are routine and will need you to be organised and reliable, able to concentrate on and complete tasks without direct supervision.
  • Other tasks will occur at random and you will need to be adaptable and able to prioritise, communicating effectively with your team and others.
  • The job will involve some manual handling, including lifting and shifting multiple boxes of files and papers, occasionally taking trolley-loads of papers to court.  Training will be given but you should be reasonably physically fit and capable of handling the physical aspects of the role.