Outer Temple Chambers - Junior Clerk

Closing Date:

Friday 23rd September 2022

Salary:

TBC

Type:

Permanent

Send CV To:

rhonda.murkin@outertemple.com

Apply online:

https://www.outertemple.com/join-our-team/professional-support-vacancies/

Outer Temple Chambers is an established leading set of chambers providing bespoke legal services for solicitors, in-house counsel, professional clients and private individuals. Our success is built on sound legal advice and effective problem solving, focused wholly on the individual needs of our clients.

Fostered by an open and diverse culture that makes us easy to work with, we have barristers spanning all levels of expertise. Many are highly respected leaders in their respective fields.

Our barristers and business support team are our greatest asset – our services can only be as good as the people who deliver them. They are not only technically capable and commercially astute, but professional and friendly, and they get the training and support they need to deliver a high standard of customer service.

We are currently looking for a Junior Clerk to join our busy Practice Management Team.  The appointee will provide administrative and organisational support to the Practice Management Team as well as assisting colleagues to deliver an efficient and professional service to barristers and clients.

For full details of the role (including a job description and person specification) and to apply please visit our webpage for an application pack.  CVs are not accepted.  Please note that this post is eligible for a criminal record check (both at the point of recruitment and during the course of employment).

Chambers offer a range of employee benefits including death in service benefit, private healthcare, season ticket and cycle loans, 26 days’ annual leave and an employee pension scheme.

Outer Temple Chambers is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to diversity amongst its staff and members.  We are also a Disability Confident Employer.  We welcome applications from women, minority ethnic groups, people with disabilities and LGBT+ candidates as well as those from other groups which are underrepresented in the legal sector.