Administrative Assistant - Private Client - Birmingham

Location: United Kingdom
Office: Birmingham
Discipline: Private client
Contact name: Roop Dhatt

Contact email: [email protected]
Contact phone: 0121 456 8052
Vacancy reference: 018830
Duration: Permanent
Closing date: 23 December 2022

Birmingham, Permanent, Full time

The role

Administrative Assistants are based within the Executive Support Services (ESS) team which is responsible for supporting all areas of the business.  The role reports to the relevant office’s Executive Support Manager or Executive Support Team Leader and is responsible for providing assistance to the Executive Assistants, utilising available resources as appropriate.

The role will be based within the firm’s Private Client NSL.

The person

This is a busy and challenging role and to be successful, your background will probably include:


o              At least 6 months recent office administration experience, or a relevant secretarial/administration qualification

o              At least 5 GCSEs at Grade 4 (formally Grade C) or above to include mathematics and English (or equivalent)

o              An understanding of legal processes and experience of working in a law firm would be beneficial

o              A good understanding of Microsoft Office systems; Word and Outlook

o              Comfortable with technology and data inputting


In addition, the role requires someone who:


o              Has the ability to work as part of a team and establish good working relationships

o              Has good planning and organisational skills

o              Remains calm under pressure

o              Has good communication skills

o              Provides outstanding support and client service at all times

o              Has excellent attention to detail


Pre-employment screening

Please note that, in the event that we make an offer of employment, we will conduct pre-employment screening that includes checks relating to your professional and academic qualifications, references from previous employers, your eligibility to work in the UK and any disciplinary history recorded with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). You will also be required to complete a self-declaration to assess your character and suitability.

And finally

Mills & Reeve is committed to building a diverse workforce and fostering an inclusive environment in which all our people can thrive. We hire people from a wide variety of backgrounds because it makes our firm stronger, and we have a collaborative culture that celebrates different perspectives and values respect for one another, working together, and openness and integrity. Our approach to flexible working means that we work in a way that achieves the right balance for our people, our clients and for our business.