27 Aug Legal Team Assistant
Our client is a leading law firm with offices in the medieval city of Salisbury.
They are looking to recruit a Team Assistant to join their busy legal team.
The role will be assisting the Head of the Court of Protection Team.
A minimum of 5 years’ experience working as a PA to a senior professional.
Diary management for the Head of Team including booking travel and hotels
Arranging meetings for the Head of Team
Keeping records of and following up on routine delegation by the Head of Team and
makes sure the work is done
Make calls to clients and contacts on behalf of the Head of Team
Be someone that clients and contacts can speak to when the Head of Team is engaged
or out of the office and sort out the query or get the right person to respond
Manage the Head of Team’s emails
Manage the Head of Team’s incoming post
Arrange for files to be opened prepare draft engagement letters and deal with client
Formatting reports prepared by the Head of Team
Managing the central records of the team’s clients and contacts and making sure it is
kept up to date
Check account balances and ensure action is taken to get money in a timely fashion
Generally responsive to requests without needing to be monitored and be someone
who ensures work is carried out and the Head of Team knows the exact position
● Positive ● Organised
● A good organiser ● Proactive
● A good manager ● Great attention to detail
● Conscientious ● Flexible
● Good communicator ● Excellent IT skills
● Team player ● Confidential
● Professional appearance ● Support the firm’s culture & values
Please note we regret that due to the high volume of CVs received we cannot give individual feedback to candidates. If you are not contacted within 5 working days of submitting your CV please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Honeypot People Ltd, is a UK-based agency providing specialist solutions within the Professional Sector.
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