Areas of work will include Elderly and Private Client, Personal Injury, Employment and Probate.
This is a full time role and working hours are 9:00am - 5:15pm.
Applicants should possess GCSE grade A – C in Mathematics and English. Applicants should also be computer literate, possess keyboard skills, have knowledge of Word and Excel and have an ability to type at 50-70 wpm.
The successful candidate must be accurate and they must pay attention to detail.
The basic skills and knowledge required are an ability to carry out digital transcription, a good telephone manner, good communication skills, a willingness to help and learn, a knowledge of office procedures and an ability to maintain confidentiality.
A sample of the duties and responsibilities are an ability to type documentation from digital dictation, maintaining files to the Lexcel standard, ability to complete basic forms including file summary sheets and cost sheets, identifying and recording key dates, attending upon clients both in person and over the telephone, filing, assisting the person to whom you are responsible and working as part of a team.
The successful Applicant will be expected to type, amongst other things, Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney Forms and will be expected to familiarise themselves with working on Estate matters and gain knowledge of Grants of Probate, Letters of Administration and Intestacy. In addition, there will be Court and Employment Tribunal papers to type.
All appropriate training will be provided to allow you to fulfil the above role.
The Firm is dedicated to training and development. The successful applicant must be committed to continuous development, training and improvement.
We look forward to hearing from you.