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Intermediate Legal Secretary - Litigation

Job Title: Intermediate Legal Secretary - Litigation
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Sydney C B D, Australia
Industry:
Salary: Call Nicola Sparkes on 02 8270 9711
Start Date: 2018-09-19
Reference: JO-1808-163287
Contact Name: Claire Booth
Contact Email: claire.booth@people2people.com.au
Job Published: September 19, 2018 14:16

Job Description

The Firm
The firm is a highly regarded in the legal industry and has enjoyed continued growth and success. This reputable law firm prides themselves on delivering high quality service and offers great employee benefits. This is an extraordinary opportunity to expand your skills set and industry knowledge in a prominent and stable firm.

The Role
Supporting a Director and team, your main duties will include:
  • Extensive diary and email management
  • Liaising with high profile clients and professionals
  • High volume file and document management
  • Drafting and amending correspondence and documents
  • Dictaphone typing
  • Coordinating meeting with clients and professional at all levels
  • Expenses, timesheet and monthly billing

The Candidate
To be considered for an interview it is imperative that you possess:
  • Proven Commercial Litigation legal experience
  • Proven ability to organise and prioritise tasks at hand
  • Intermediate MS office skills with a fast and accurate typing speed
  • Be highly motivated and withhold the ability to act on your own initiative
  • Demonstrate confident communication skills both written and oral
  • Be proactive in your approach to work
 
This is a great opportunity to work in a corporate environment in which you can get involved and make things happen! Don't miss out on this great opportunity, APPLY NOW!
 
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link on this page. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nicola Sparkes on 8270 9711 or Claire Booth on 02 8270 9775.
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