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Property Legal PA

  • Job Type :

    Permanent

    Full-Time

  • Salary : Up to £37,000 + Benefits

Our excellent UK law firm client is currently looking for a Practice Assistant/Legal Secretary to join their Rural Property team. The Rural Property team have an unrivalled reputation in the Legal 500 market and they are looking for an extremely organised and proactive Practice Assistant to provide a high level of professional support to their allocated Fee Earners as well as other members of the Department. The main responsibilities will include effective and proactive diary management, and awareness of Fee Earners’ workloads to plan ahead, with minimal supervision, processing relevant applications, forms or searches, with minimal supervision, have a good knowledge of all systems/processes used within the Department, providing excellent service to clients, both internal and external, in a timely and professional manner, presenting a positive image of the Firm at all times, acting as a first point of contact for Fee Earners, providing assistance in the delivery of marketing communications, and records all business development meetings in InterAction, recognising, respecting and honouring client confidentiality at all times, creating typed work of a high quality, formatting in accordance with house style, at high speed, with accuracy and following internal guidelines, making effective use of the Document Management System, creating new documents from the Firm’s templates, using contact data from InterAction where appropriate, proof-reading all documents for spelling, grammar and sense, querying wording where appropriate. Candidates Should have prior experience working as a Legal Secretary/Team Assistant within a law firm environment. The core hours for this role are 9.30am – 5.30pm and this role is paying between £32,000 – £37,000.

 

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