(587) Front of House and Pupillage Administrator – Leading Civil Barristers’ Chambers

Role Categories: Professional Support
Role Types: Full Time
Role Locations: London (Greater)
Salary – circa £35k plus benefits

Our client is a long-established civil set of Barristers’ Chambers specialising in Personal Injury, Industrial Disease and Employment work.  Members of Chambers provide advice and advocacy services to a broad range of clients and individuals and have a well deserved and consistent reputation for excellence. Chambers’ clerking and support staff are also recognised for their dedication and commitment to client service.

Chambers is seeking a Front of House and Pupillage Administrator to join their committed and friendly team.  Suitable candidates will be able to work well under pressure and be seeking a rewarding role in a forward-thinking and proactive environment.

Key duties include:

  • Managing Chambers reception services’
  • Effective management of all telephone and email communications into reception
  • Managing the booking and allocation of conference/seminar rooms
  • Assisting with the organising and delivery of conferences and other major events
  • Support in the management and administration of all parts of the pupillage application process – training provided
  • Support in the administration of all mini-pupillages and work experience placements

The successful applicant will:

  • Ideally possess a minimum of 2 years’ experience gained in a similarly busy, professional environment
  • Possess excellent all round communication and interpersonal skills
  • Be focused on delivering excellent client care
  • Possess a professional and service-oriented approach
  • Strong initiative and willingness to learn and develop skills

To apply, please forward your CV outlining your suitability for the role to exclusively retained consultants GRL Legal.

NB: This role requires attendance 5 days a week in Chambers, however some consideration will be given to flexible working, on the pupillage element of the role, following the successful completion of probation.

 The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 13th March 2023, but early applications are encouraged, with initial interviews for suitable candidates taking place immediately


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