ASSISTANT PRACTICE MANAGER
Matrix is an established barristers’ chambers in Gray’s Inn, London with over 90 members and nearly 40 staff, aiming to provide a high quality service to both members and clients.
We have an exciting opportunity to become a valued member of a staff team with a modern, innovative and inclusive approach to delivering a professional service.
Assistant Practice Manager – Permanent full-time position
Starting salary of £26,000-£30,000 per annum depending on experience.
Applications are sought for the position of Assistant Practice Manager and they will join one of the three practice teams.
The Assistant Practice Manager:
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate, including through appropriate and relevant experience, that they can meet the requirements of the job description. They will ideally have some experience of practice management within barristers’ chambers and/or have worked in professional client services and be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of how this assistance is provided to practising barristers, based on relevant practical experience. This may also be suitable for a graduate looking for their first role in professional services. The successful candidate will be well-organised and committed to high quality service delivery. They will have strong negotiating, organisational, marketing, business development and teamworking skills.
Interested? What now?
A full job description and person specification and covering form can be found on our website www.matrixlaw.co.uk. Please send a CV and completed covering form (which includes the Equality & Diversity monitoring form) to Lindsay Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for applications is 11am on 20th September 2021.
Please note that CVs/covering forms will be anonymised prior to the shortlisting process.
If you have any questions about the role or about the application process, please contact Lindsay at email@example.com or on 0207 404 3447.
Equal Opportunities Statement
Matrix strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is committed to diversity amongst its staff and members, including supporting flexible working. We therefore encourage and welcome applications from women, Black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals, neurodiverse and disabled people and those who are LGBT+, as well as candidates from other groups which are underrepresented in the legal sector. We will make reasonable adjustments to enable disabled or neurodiverse candidates (including where a mental health issue is classified as a disability) to demonstrate their suitability for the position.