Innes Johnston Solicitors are looking to recruit a new administrative assistant to join our firm. The role will involve receptionist duties such as answering phones, greeting clients and making client appointments as well as some administrative tasks such as typing and filing. The ideal candidate would have some administrative or customer service experience and be comfortable using a computer. We will consider applications from people seeking both full time and part time hours. For applicants seeking part time employment the role will be based in either our Leven or our Glenrothes office. For applicants seeking full time employment the role will be based between our Leven and Glenrothes office.
To apply please forward a copy of your CV and covering letter to Jemma Forbes email@example.com before 31st January 2020.
Family Law/ Civil Court Solicitor
Innes Johnston Solicitors are looking to recruit a new Solicitor to join our firm’s court department. The role will be based in either our Glenrothes or Kirkcaldy office. We will consider both full and part time employment and hours of work can be negotiated. We will consider applications from candidates with varying levels of experience and would be prepared to offer the position to a second year trainee solicitor looking to assign their traineeship to another firm. The ideal candidate would have some experience of working within the field of litigation or family law but this is not a prerequisite to applying. Salary will be commensurate with experience. If you have any questions then please feel free to contact Jemma Forbes.
To apply please forward a copy of your CV and covering letter to Jemma Forbes - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Innes Johnston always welcomes notes of interest from people interested in working with us. Please email your CV with a short covering letter to email@example.com. We treat all approaches as confidential.
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