Wills And Probate Advisor Job In Bristol

Published 2022-05-14
Expires 2022-06-14
ID #996050064
28000 £
Wills And Probate Advisor Job In Bristol
United Kingdom, Bristol, Bristol,
Published May 14, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Wills and probate advisor
Min. Salary: 19553.00

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Wills & Probate Advisor – Bristol

It takes an empathetic nature, emotional intelligence, and a desire to help people who may be going through a very difficult time to be a Wills and Probate advisor.

These are the soft skills that make your clients warm to you and feel comfortable working with you. Your calm telephone manner, dedication and commitment to delivering a high quality of customer service are exactly why we need you.

As a Wills & Probate Advisor you will; 

·         Set up new cases and provide a welcoming point of contact for new customers

·         Provide quotes to potential customers for our Wills and Probate services and talk them through the process;

·         Chase any outstanding paperwork by telephone, letter and email;

·         Provide updates and offer assistance to client’s when required;

·         Help ensure that all of the work carried out within the Probate Team is of the highest standard.

About you;

·         Ideally you will have an understanding of Wills and/or Probate

·         Strong customer service and / or sales experience

·         Legal qualifications are preferable but not required

·         Ability to communicate confidently and clearly over the phone

·         Empathetic nature

·         Strong administration and organisational skills

In return for your commitment and expertise, we offer:

·         Competitive salary between £19,553 - £26,000

·         31 days annual leave, increasing annually to a maximum of 35 days (This includes bank/public holidays)

·         Development opportunities, mentoring and support to progress your career.

·         A 20% discount with EE.

Local shop discounts.

·         Local retailer discounts

·         Cycle to work scheme and travel loans

·         A "Recommend a Friend" bonus scheme

·         A great city centre location, with easy access to all local shops and restaurants

And of course, Pension.

Why would you want to work with NewLaw?

NewLaw is a leading specialist law firm and part of ReddeNorthgate plc. NewLaw is ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners for three areas; Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence and Private Client services. Established in 2004, our fresh approach to managing personal injury claims has made us a major force in the sector. Our teams of specialists provide a service that 95% of our clients would recommend

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    Newlaw Solicitors
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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