Job Title: Administrator
Would you like to work for an Employer of Choice? Would you like to work for an Investors in People Gold accredited organisation? If so, read on, as an exciting opportunity has arisen for an Administrator to join our Litigation Department.
The role of the Litigation Administrator is to support the business needs through understanding the legal process, preparing legal documentation, dealing with customer queries, and understanding county court documentation.
We are looking for someone bright and with excellent communication skills who has previous experience in an administrative role in a process driven office environment. You will need to be able to use your own initiative, ensure a high level of accuracy, be a team player and have good knowledge of MS Office applications such as Word and Excel.
Some of the key responsibilities of the Litigation Administrator include:
Process court documentation and transferring information onto internal systems accurately
Prepare enforcement applications to send to court
Deal with general incoming post and respond appropriately
Correspond with the courts, Land Registry and debt management companies via the telephone
Accurately update incoming and outgoing correspondence on Nexum to clients, courts and customers
Read and understand Land Registry official copy entry documents & transfer information accurately to litigation system
Prepare legal documentation for service
Ensure 100% compliance
What can we offer you
We are offering a competitive salary of £17,000 depending on experience, and loads of fantastic benefits, such as 22 days holiday, gym subsidy, pension scheme, healthcare cash back scheme, travel insurance, on site massage and health checks plus much, much more, so if you are interested in this exciting opportunity please apply now.
This role will be employed by Mortimer Clarke Solicitors who are a specialist litigation law firm, providing services which are separate to those provided by other entities in the Cabot Credit Management Group. It is the only entity in the Group which is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.