Print, Post & Archive Assistant
City of London
£23,400 - £28,000
A leading set of barristers Chambers in the city of London that operates in the civil law arena with over 100 barrister members and 30 staff members requires an experienced and efficient print room / reprographics facilities and archive assistant to join their team of three.
You will also be responsible for providing facilities assistance to barristers and staff in Chambers whilst working closely with the other team members, reporting via the print and post room manager to the deputy senior clerk for daily barrister related print and copying, court runs, barrister related requests and clerks room/post room liaison; and reporting to office manager for all stock related and maintenance matters, dispatch issues, checks and other support duties.
Previous experience of working in a similar role would be very beneficial but is not a prerequisite as the right person will be able to multi-task and have excellent communication skills that can come from another discipline.
The role includes working in a busy print room environment; this will include the use of copiers and the production of copying including Court bundles. It is imperative that this is done with speed and accuracy due to the nature of the requests that come from staff, barristers and other law firms.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate, including through appropriate and relevant experience, that they can meet the following requirements:
Ability to work in a busy and physically challenging environment
Ability to work efficiently in a team
Ability to prioritise and undertake a number of tasks
Attention to detail and accuracy in handling of data and multiple copying tasks
Full appreciation of issues of confidentiality in handling sensitive data
Commitment to quality service to clients, members of chambers and staff
Smart presentation and appearance and a uniform will be provided.
IT literate; a working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Adobe Acrobat is required. If not already proficient, training will be provided for use of bespoke software
The role requires working a split shift system of early (commencing 7.30am - 5pm), middle (commencing 8.30am - 6pm) and late (commencing 9.30am - 7pm) daily. A weekly rota system is applied.
A competitive salary and package are on offer and first stage interviews will take place w/c 30th March.
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