Will Writer – Full or Part-Time – Salisbury, Andover, Amesbury or Fordingbridge offices
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated will writer to join our 7 strong wills and probate team in one of our four offices.
Qualifications are not absolutely essential for this role provided you have the experience to draft routine wills and lasting powers of attorney.
So, if you are a confident, well-presented, well-organised, friendly and approachable person with excellent communication skills, we want to hear from you.
However, we are also happy to receive applications for more experienced paralegals or legal executives who are also able to run routine probate cases
The successful candidate
The right candidate will be a specialist will writer who has at least 2 years’ solid experience drafting wills and powers of attorney. They will have;
- good numeracy, good organisational and excellent IT skills
- a keen eye for detail
- excellent standards of client care and great communication skills
- the ability to work unsupervised, as part of a 7 strong private client team
- the ability to be an excellent biller
- a desire and the ability to help in the continuing growth of the private client department
Although we are happy to base the successful candidate at any 1 of our 4 offices, please note that if the candidate is not based in Salisbury or Fordingbridge, they will need to be able to attend the Salisbury and Fordingbridge offices on a regular basis for will appointments with clients.
Full or part-time
The job is available on a full-time or part-time basis.
Dependent on the successful candidate’s experience, we are happy to offer flexible working if required. For many years before the current coronavirus crisis, many of our lawyers have been routinely working from home. So, it’s nothing new for us.
And we are more concerned with output than input – what we are really looking for is quality work, highly satisfied clients and great billing.
Market rate – dependent on the successful candidate’s qualification and experience
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