This is an Apprenticeship Vacancy.

You will be employed by  Mooneerams Solicitors and undertake an Apprenticeship Programme, receiving support and guidance from an experienced Assessor to help you achieve Business Admin level 3

Company Name: Mooneerams Solicitors

Location: Cardiff

Job Title: Legal admin  Apprentice

Apprenticeship Programme: Business Administration

Hours of Work: 35 Hours

Days and Times of Work: Monday to Friday 9-5 with an hour for lunch 

Salary: £4.30 per hour

Company Overview:  

We are a specialist personal injury firm based in Cardiff.  We are a friendly and supportive team.  The job will be a great opportunity for anyone who is willing to learn and develop their skills.

Key Duties:  

  • Assisting solicitors with the day to running of personal injury claims.
  • Calling insurance companies, solicitors and client’s to request information and documents.
  • Drafting and sending emails and letters to solicitors, insurance companies and clients
  • Submitting new claims.
  • Checking and providing updates on the status of claims
  • Collating and organising documents.

Essential  Requirements:  

  • GCSE A-C in maths
  • GCSE A-C in English

Desirable  Requirements: 

  • Previous experience working in an office environment
  • Previous experience working in a law firm and dealing with personal injury claims.

Closing Date for Applications:  30th November 2021

Please note that applications received after the closing date may still be considered, subject to the vacancy being filled.

Interview Date: TBC

Important Information:

  • You will be contacted by telephone and email throughout the recruitment process; therefore, please ensure the contact details you provide are accurate and that you check your messages regularly.


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