Legal Secretary PA - high level Corporate Law role!

6 days left

England, London
£35000 - £40000 per annum
30 Sep 2016
28 Oct 2016
David Stoddart
Job Title
Legal Secretary
Industry Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Corporate/Finance Legal PA - highly reputed worldwide Law firm!

Salary £35,000-40,000 (dependent on experience)

A prominent worldwide Law firm, headquartered in the UK is looking for a Legal Secretary/PA to work within their bustling Corporate/Finance department.

Largely supporting 1 busy Partner, 3 Associates and a Junior, they're ideally looking for a candidate with developing Legal PA and Secretarial skills.

Based in spacious offices in central London the location should suit just about everyone. Less time walking in the rain too with our 'Autumn' weather!

The firm itself has a hard-working yet 'relaxed' culture that's conducive to getting the most out of their employees. In terms of performance, this firm have an incredible reputation around the globe and are a instantly recognisable brand name on any CV.

In terms of background, any Corporate Law experience will be hugely beneficial, however, if you're already working for a similarly large firm you will be considered too.

There are a range of duties involved, therefore it's imperative that any applicants have excellent IT and Technical skills for those "I don't know if you can help me with this...?" moments! Not to mention some of the documents within Finance can be quite heavy!

So if you have good Corporate/Finance Law experience or work for a similarly large, international Firm (even better if it's a US one...) and are looking for a progressive move, please get in touch!


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