VANRATH are delighted to be assisting one of NI's leading Law firms with the recruitment of a Legal Receptionist to join their growing team and well respected team in their Carrickfergus office.
This is a leading firm, that rarely recruits, making this a prime opportunity for an experienced Legal receptionist/secretary.
This position is a Permanent.
The role will be performed within Monday - Friday (flexible start and finish times available). Office is based in Carrickfergus.
£21,000 - £22,000 (+ fantastic benefits & much more including salary reviews etc)
- Dealing with telephone calls and assisting clients
- Receptionist duties
- Maintaining a professional manner
- Email taking, and sending to relevant person
- Managing documentation (working on files)
- General Secretary duties
- Welcoming people into the Firm's building
The Ideal Person
- Experience in a Legal/Law environment
- Experience in Legal Support role - e.g. Receptionist/Secretary etc
- Phone call experience
- Professional & Well Presented
For further information on this vacancy, or any other job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves in the strictest confidence.
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