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Legal Secretary - New Role, York, Stephenson-jones Legal Recruitment

Published 2022-07-01
Expires 2022-08-01
ID #1067899592
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Legal Secretary - New Role, York, Stephenson-jones Legal Recruitment
United Kingdom, North Yorkshire, York,
Published July 1, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Legal secretary - new role


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Leading dynamic firm, offering out of this world prospects, seeks experienced legal secretary to join their hugely successful team.
You will receive superb training, prospects, bonus, pension, a wonderful social life and much more.
Your duties will include a great deal of diary management, so strong organisational skills are essential. You will organise meetings, appointments, deal with travel and accommodation. You will also handle audio and copy translation of lengthy legal documents, correspondence, file notes, forms etc. You will liaise, meet and greet clients, correspond with professional offices here in the UK and abroad as well as filing documents, dealing with post and work within a super friendly, family knit type team.
We are seeking substantial legal secretarial experience from any area of law as well as superb attention to detail.
Salary is up to £28k with discretionary bonus, pension, health care.
Our Ref 001/22c
Stephenson Jones aim to respond to successful candidates within 7 working days

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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