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New Job Opportunity: Client Care Executive – 12 Month fixed term contract

29th October 2021

Serjeants’ Inn Chambers is a leading civil law set specialising in high-profile medical, police, professional discipline, regulatory, business & specialist crime and public law cases, often involving important legal, ethical and social issues.

Our barristers and staff adopt a professional, progressive and friendly approach. Since 2016, Serjeants’ Inn has expanded its silk team from 9 to 22 QCs, recruited 28 new tenants and won 30 awards. We were one of the first sets to be awarded the Bar Council’s Certificate for Excellence in
Well-Being. For further information about us, please visit our website  or read Legal Cheek’s review.

We are looking for a bright, highly motivated individual to join our Client Care Team (currently three people) for a fixed term contract of 12 months. Suitable candidates will have strong communication and organisational skills. They may have previous client management, marketing, communications or media experience or they may be a recent graduate and/or current LPC/BPC student looking to gain experience in an award-winning, multi-disciplinary team. Part-time/ flexible working options may be available. Knowledge or experience of law and/ or the legal profession would be helpful but is definitely not a pre-requisite.

The Role:
Assisting the Client Care Team with client service initiatives in addition to a range of marketing activities including:

  • organisation of Chambers’ promotional and knowledge sharing events, webinars, seminars, conferences and social events;
  • production of annual submissions to legal directories;
  • preparation of articles, press releases, advertisements, etc;
  • preparation of promotional material and marketing collateral;
  • regular updating and maintenance of Chambers’ website, blogs, podcasts and social media output, including analytics;
  • regular review and maintenance of Chambers’ client database, CRM packages and intranet; and
  • ad hoc project work.

The Person will be:

  • calm and cheerful under pressure with a clear ability to adapt and prioritise in the context of a busy and changing workload;
  • careful, conscientious and with close attention to detail;
  • creative and with an eye for design;
  • discreet, with an absolute commitment to confidentiality;
  • able to work with minimal supervision, knowing when to seek assistance;
  • ability to work with and successfully influence multiple stakeholders, taking into account their different views and priorities; and
  • skilled in the use of social media, databases and standard IT packages (Outlook, Word, Excel and Adobe Acrobat).

A competitive salary commensurate with experience is offered along with a range of staff benefits including generous holiday entitlement, workplace pension and travel and cycle loans. Applications supported by CVs should be sent to

Chambers undertakes all recruitment in accordance with its equality and diversity policy.

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