Private Client Legal Secretary

Posted 12 September by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
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Private Client Legal Secretary

£20,000 - £25,000

A Private Client Legal Secretary is wanted for a rewarding opportunity with a well-regarded multi service firm in Hertfordshire. This role will suit an experienced legal secretary who has previous experience working in the private client market on secretarial duties.

The successful private client legal secretary will be a positive, extremely organised, and experienced individual as well as being able to provide an elevated level of professional support to their allocated fee earners, as well as other members within the department.

Duties include:
* Diary management
* Building relationships with clients, external suppliers and internal contacts on behalf of the team
* Regular assistance with meeting preparation
* General Admin
* Production and maintenance of Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Visio diagrams and Microsoft Project plans as required
* Development and production of management reports

The successful candidate will have a fast, accurate typing speed. Efficient on MS packages and IT literate, good knowledge in the private client market and strong secretarial experience.

To be considered for this fantastic private client legal secretary role with a top tier department and leading firm, then apply now for immediate consideration.

Please contact Amy Turner, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

Douglas Scott are a legal recruitment expert and the UK's leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. We are a regulated recruitment consultancy and will discuss this role and seek your approval before submitting an application directly to the decision maker.

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