There are a number of well-established and prestigious law firms on the Island that offer modern, progressive and rewarding career opportunities, from trainee through to Partner.
With a buoyant financial services sector, many of the firms focus on corporate, private wealth and funds, and work on leading edge transactions.
There are also opportunities to work as part of in-house legal teams in various sectors, including banking, investments and technology, providing legal advice and guidance to key stakeholders within a business.
With our knowledge and experience we are ideally placed to help you develop your career in Legal. We understand what employers are looking for and will connect you with the right opportunity; guiding you through every step of the application process and sharing our market knowledge and advice.
Permanent Full Time Hours
An independent, specialist litigation and dispute resolution practice is looking for a highly motivated individual who has a can-do approach towards all given tasks and good attention to detail to join their team. As Legal Receptionist, you will provide front of house services to the firm and its clients and visitors, whilst providing administrative and PA support to the firm’s legal and business development teams. Being part of this highly regarded firm, you will be offered a competitive benefits package and flexibility around the working pattern adopted for this role. Experience and skills required:Previous experience in similar roles with customer service, secretarial and administrative responsibilities is essentialRelevant experience working in a law firm or professional services firm Strong communication skillsAbility to work both independently and as part of a teamIf you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please call us on 01534 626777 or email email@example.comWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.View details
Contract Full Time Hours
Operations Manager | Contract
Do you have a genuine desire to help and support people, enjoy solving problems, working with colleagues in other jurisdictions and making process improvements?A leading law firm with a unique team spirit have a new opportunity within their operations team to work on the development and maintenance of a global framework of policies, procedures and processes during the next 6-9 months.In this role you will be expected to demonstrate a focus on client service delivery and training, as they will be relying on you to help keep the business and teams operating in a safe and compliant way.This is the ideal opportunity where you will help others to excel whilst gaining an in-depth understanding of how a global business operates, Responsibilities will include:Updating and developing policies and procedures for the group, involving both independent research and working collaboratively with the management team in each jurisdictionAnalysing new legal and regulatory requirements and working closely with in-house counsel to identify areas where new or improved policies and procedures are requiredSupporting the Senior Manager to help provide or arrange relevant training for the team so that they are familiar with the controls framework and have the opportunity to ask questionsManaging templates, checklists and processes across the business, so that these are as consistent and easy to use as possibleReceiving and reviewing feedback requests from team members in each jurisdiction, recognising that this feedback is vital for the company's policies and procedures to remain user-friendly and effective Experience and skills required:Ideally at least 5 years' experience in a relevant role at a regulated businessEducated to degree level or equivalent, with a suitable accounting, governance or legal qualificationExcellent written and verbal skillsTechnical knowledge of best practice when it comes to drafting policies and procedures Comfortable working as part of a team, as well as independently – taking charge of your own workload and proactively suggesting areas you'd like to get involved withIf you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please call us on 01534 626777 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.View details
Permanent Full Time Hours
Intellectual Property Executive | Arabic Expertise
A new and unique vacancy available for an individual who is highly experienced in intellectual property and also has the ability to communicate in the Arabic language, to be part of a commercial organisation to assist with intellectual property and trademarks related matters.This role will involve assisting senior management with legal matters, including reviewing legal documents, investigation of files and facts, liaison with other employees if and when needed, editing of documents and finalising contracts and other legal documents.Please note that all enquiries for this must be made directly with the company's representative, Janice Callander, at the email address: Janice.Callander@iqeq.com or telephone +44 1534 714322.Responsibilities will include:Assisting the Group General Counsel (Head of Legal Department), who supervises all legal matters of the client and its related entities to ensure overall smooth functioning of business with its day to day activitiesPreparing, reviewing, discussing and finalising contracts and legal documents concerning business projects, financial project management, intellectual property and trademark related mattersPerforming multifaceted and sensitive administrative and corporate secretarial activities for and on behalf of the senior managementProviding documentation support, processing information, reviewing, proofreading and editing documents and handling correspondence independentlyContinuously coordinating, liaising, supporting and following up with legal consultants within Kuwait and outside on the intellectual property and trademark-related mattersPreparing for notarisation of documents, witnessing of the relevant documents as and when required, arranging legalisation as and when required and arranging translation of documentsExperience and skills required:Minimum 10 years’ experience working in the intellectual property legal sectorWorking knowledge of the Arabic language (ability to read, write and speak) to work with documents that are in Arabic and communicate with some members of the management where, at times, the only language of communication is ArabicExperience dealing with senior management and assistance to maintain and ensure a high level of accountability, responsibility, confidentiality and sensitivity in all personnel and official business mattersIf you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please email the company's representative, Janice Callander, at the email address: Janice.Callander@iqeq.comor telephone +44 1534 714322.View details
Permanent Full Time Hours
Paralegal | Property
This is an exciting career opportunity for an ambitious individual, with experience working in a legal environment and is keen to progress to a trainee legal position, or is seeking a long-term career in a legal support role.Joining a top-ranking Jersey property team, you will support more senior Lawyers, Partners and clients by providing a comprehensive and confidential advice service, based your knowledge of the legal, regulatory and commercial environment.You will be supported to reach your full potential and have access to a range of opportunities that will enable you to gain valuable insight into the legal profession.Responsibilities will include:Assisting Lawyers in providing clear, concise and technically sound practical legal advice Drafting legal documentation Preparing cases for Lawyers, including carrying out legal research Developing and maintaining excellent client relationships Organising diaries, scheduling meetings and responding to telephone queriesAccurately setting up and maintaining client filesExperience and skills required:Either hold an undergraduate degree or legal conversion (LLB/GDL/LPC) or be willing to study towards a legal qualification Good understanding of the legal system and have good commercial awareness Ability to research analytically and produce written content Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to prioritise multiple tasks and manage deadlines If you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please call us on 01534 626777 or email email@example.comWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.View details
Permanent Full Time Hours
Trainee Conveyancer | Legal
Reach your potential within a leading law firm, where you will be encouraged to reach your full potential, whilst working within an approachable and experienced team.This is a unique opportunity for an ambitious individual to join a top ranking Jersey property team, providing assistance to Senior Conveyancers, whilst being supported to achieve your career aspirations.Responsibilities will include:Reviewing and researching titles at the Jersey Public Registry Carrying out property searches with government departments Liaising with clients, agents and conveyancers from other firmsDrafting transaction documentation and correspondence Attending court, as required Experience and skills required:Excellent academic background – educated to at least A level standard (or equivalent) Strong written and verbal communication skills High level of accuracy and attention to detail Ability to work to a high degree of confidentiality Flexible and enthusiastic approach to tasks If you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please call us on 01534 626777 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.View details
Permanent Full Time Hours
A fantastic opportunity to join a growing international firm that offers an innovative and collaborative working environment, whilst recognising contribution and rewarding performance.As Junior Secretary, you will provide administrative support to the private client and trust team, assisting with a variety of tasks to ensure an efficient service is delivered to clients.Responsibilities will include:Answering telephone calls and assisting with enquires Preparing letters and correspondence Reviewing and collating client due diligence files Booking appointments, arranging meetings and preparing meeting roomsExperience and skills required:Minimum grade C in GCSE English (or equivalent) Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail Confident, sensitive and professional telephone manner Flexible and adaptive approach to tasks, with the ability to use own initiative If you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please call us on 01534 626777 or email email@example.comWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.View details
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