Administration Executive – Marketing Team (Leading Barristers' Chambers – London)

Closing Date:

Tuesday 5th March 2024


London Living Wage: £27,400 (from May 2024) plus benefits



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About this Job

The precise nature of the responsibilities allocated to this role will be determined once the successful candidate has been selected. They are likely to include assisting with client service initiatives in addition to a range of event management, reporting and data processing, marketing and administration activities.

About this Employer

Our client, Serjeants’ Inn Chambers, is a leading civil law Barristers’ Chambers specialising in high-profile medical, police, professional discipline, regulatory, business & specialist crime and public law cases, often involving important legal, ethical and social issues.

Barristers and staff adopt a professional, progressive and friendly approach and the wellbeing of all staff is something Chambers takes seriously.

Person Specification

  • A can-do attitude with a strong attention to detail
  • Strong communication and organisational skills along with a willingness to learn
  • The ability to adapt and prioritise competing demands in the context of a busy and changing workload
  • A professional manner with colleagues, clients, and contacts
  • The ability to show initiative and creatively problem solve where appropriate
  • A calm and cheerful approach, even under pressure
  • Experience of the Microsoft Office suite of programmes

Key Responsibilities

  • Facilitating of internal and external events: webinars, seminars and conferences;
  • Production of mailshots and social media posts;
  • Maintenance and updating of Chambers' website and blogs;
  • Collation of annual submissions to the legal directories;
  • Social media and website analytics;
  • Market research projects;
  • CRM and data management;
  • Assisting the clerking or administration teams when needed: taking switchboard calls, meeting arrangements, diary management, printing, court runs, etc;
  • • ad hoc project work; and
  • • ad hoc admin as required

Professional Qualifications

Successful applicants are likely to have been educated at degree-level, but Chambers will also consider candidates who can demonstrate at interview that they have the necessary skills and approach to make a success of the role. Knowledge or experience of the legal profession would be helpful but is not a pre-requisite.