Legal Trainee Administrator Jobs 

Legal Trainee Administrator jobs provide office junior administrative support in a legal office environment. Legal Trainee Administrator jobs work on computers to produce neat and accurate text documents. In addition to typing/word processing for reports and letters, Legal Trainee Administrator jobs are responsible for a range of other tasks. Legal Trainee Administrator jobs tasks vary depending on the level of responsibility and the type of employer, but are likely to include the Legal Trainee Administrator being responsibility for stationery stocks and office equipment, welcoming visitors and arranging refreshments, answering the telephone and managing post and email, maintaining filing systems, both manual and electronic.

The role of Legal Trainee Administrator jobs can be challenging and varied.

Most Legal Trainee Administrator jobs work standard office hours, from Monday to Friday.  Flexitime and shift work is also possible with some employers. Temporary contracts are common and often lead to permanent employment.

Legal Trainee Administrator jobs salaries range from around £7,000 to £10,000 a year.

Legal Trainee Administrator jobs need to be good communicators with excellent interpersonal skills, accurate in their work, with a good understanding of grammar and spelling, good at working in a team, able to meet deadlines and work under pressure, discrete when handling sensitive information, interested in business.  

Most legal firms employ Legal Trainee Administrators to support staff, so jobs are widely available across the UK.

There are no formal entry requirements for Legal Trainee Administrator jobs, although some employers may expect GCSEs/S grades (A-C/1-3) in English and Administration. Good keyboard skills are essential and additional computer knowledge, particularly of Word.

Companies generally support personal development of Legal Trainee Administrator jobs by offering a combination of in-house and external courses, and the opportunity to work closely with experienced members of staff. There is a wide range of vocational qualifications available in this area for Legal Trainee Administrator jobs .

There are good opportunities for Legal Trainee Administrator jobs to progress to wider administrative or secretarial roles. Senior Legal positions may also be available after specialised training. In some companies, it might be possible to move into a specialist area, such as Conveyancing or Court Work or Legal Cashiering.  

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  1. Legal Secretary

    Location: Glasgow

    Salary: £9.00 p/h

    Category: Legal Secretary

    Legal Secretary required for temp cover for the following dates and times
    11th & 25th August for a busy solicitor within a small office in Glasgow
    You must have experience and be available to above dates
    Send me your cv now
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  2. Legal Administrator

    Location: Glasgow Area

    Salary: £9.00 p/h

    Category: Legal Secretary

    My Client is seeking an experienced Legal Secretary for a temporary position based in Glasgow. 
    This is an on-going position and may lead to a permanent opportunity for the right candidate.
    You will be working with small but dedicated legal team providing support.

    To be considered for this role you ...

  3. Experienced Legal Secretary avaliable for temp roles

    Location: Paisley/Glasgow

    Salary: TBC

    Category: Legal Secretary

    Stafffinders are currently seeking experienced Legal Secretaries for a variety of short and long term roles for our Paisley & Glasgow based clients.
    Pay rate starting at £9.00-£12.00 p/h
    We currently have various challenging temporary opportunities.
    Candidates must have previous experience in working within the legal sector ...