28 January 2020

Legal Secretary

This is a fantastic time to be joining Harrison Clark Rickerbys. Having grown exponentially over the last few years, we are now more than 560 strong with 9 offices across the UK.

We are currently looking for a legal secretary to come and join our newly opened office in Cardiff to support with general secretary duties and reception cover when needed.
You will provide a full administrative and support service, therefore you will need significant experience of working in a similar role in a fast paced environment.

As a Legal Secretary you will need to have:

  • Experience within a legal environment / professional environment
  • Must have experience within a variety of sectors within a legal environment
  • Excellent typing speeds and accuracy
  • Experience in case system management
  • Significant experience working as a Legal Secretary

Details:

  • Salary: DOE
  • Working Hours : Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm
  • Location: Cardiff
  • Duration: Permanent

Role of a Legal Secretary:

  • Providing support to 2 Partners, so must be well organised.
  • Be able to multitask and manage changing priorities with a pro-active approach to their work.
  • Solid use of Microsoft systems and preferably experience in case management systems.
  • Digital dictation as well as fast accurate typing speeds with a keen eye for detail.
  • Manage tight deadlines, changing priorities and volume workloads is a prerequisite for this role.

Benefits of working with us as a Legal Secretary:

  • Scottish Widows Pension Scheme
  • Support staff bonus scheme
  • 25 days annual leave (plus public holidays)
  • Happy People / Perks at Work benefits portal
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • 1/3 gym membership contribution
  • Flu vaccinations

If you are interested in the above role please click apply or give Warren Cooper a call on 01905 953 773

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