Leading recruitment agency people2people are looking to fill a legal secretary job in Melbourne on a temporary basis with hourly pay.
The person to undertake this busy role will have multiple years work experience in producing complex documents across commercial matters. It is important that the successful applicant is resilient and able to work autonomously, taking ownership of managing client files and all legal correspondence for multiple partners. You will have an understanding of commercial litigation matters and able to take responsibility of the day to day running of this busy practice.
You will need to be immediately available as this is a temp role until Christmas.
About The Role
Supporting a busy team you can expect to undertake a wide variety of duties and responsibilities. You will be expected to manage your own time and multitask to ensure conflicting deadlines are met. Your duties will include:
- Drafting correspondence and court documents
- Costing files
- Running files under supervision
- Liaising with clients
- Managing the day to day running of the office
- Ensuring court documents are filed
- Research and report writing
About The Firm
This is a newly established law firm that has a global presence. The lawyers pride themselves on the quality of service they provide with personal attention to individual matters. The partners and fee earners have many years experience in handing legal matters for small businesses and enterprises. They offer a busy and varied working environment and a chance to learn and develop skills in practice management and legal support.
If you’re an experienced legal secretary who is interested in securing a temp role to keep you busy until the end of the year then this may be the role for you.
To Apply For This Job
Interviews are happening now! Don’t delay in sending through your application, click the appropriate link on this page, or for a confidential discussion, callMary Savova on 03 9098 7427 Mention BBMLive when phoning.
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