Legal Secretary

£16000.00 - £18000.00 per annum
03 Oct 2017
18 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

A permanent Legal Secretary job paying £16-18k for an organisation in Worcester.

Job Type:
£16,000-18,000 per annum

Your new company
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a leading regional law firm across Worcestershire. My client is looking for an experienced Legal Secretary to join their team in Worcester City Centre on a permanent basis.

Your new role
Working specifically in their Private Client division, you will be required to support a designated Fee Earner with a variety of secretarial tasks. Your duties will include; taking and recording messages over the phone, making appointments and maintaining up-to-date diaries, assisting with file management, attending clients on behalf of your Fee Earner when appropriate, dealing with the filing, storage and retrieval of client's papers and files, opening and closing of files, preparing and serving refreshments for clients and Fee Earners and any other general administrative tasks such as typing, filing, photocopying etc. as and when required.

What you'll need to succeed
Previous experience of working as a Legal Secretary, preferably within a Private Client team, is essential along with excellent communication skills. You will also have strong organisational skills, be a competent touch/audio typist and possess good working knowledge of MS Office. Experience of using SOS case management systems would be highly advantageous.

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