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  • US Law Support

BD Specialist.

£60,000 - £70,000 per Year London

An exciting opportunity for an experienced legal business development professional to join a highly prestigious US law firm in the City.

This Business Development Specialist role will see you working across a number of practice areas focusing on commercial and financial enterprises across the globe. The role will see you working alongside the firms established and proactive business development team initiatives. Duties include;

  • Draft and prepare pitches, RFP’s and marketing materials
  • Track results and prepare summary reports
  • Coordinate virtual and in-person client event logistics
  • Create and update business development collateral
  • Develop strong working relationships with practice attorneys and other members of the BD team

The perfect Business Development Specialist will have a minimum of four years of experience in business development within a legal or professional service environment. You will be an excellent communicator with the ability to work under tight deadlines.

This is a permanent opportunity with a salary up to c£70k plus benefits.

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We are currently recruiting for a brand new Mechanical & Engineering Manager vacancy, on behalf of our client, a leading US law firm. The Mechanical & Engineering Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing services across the multiple floors of the firms’ London office. The ideal candidate will have previous proven experience as an Authorising Engineer in Electrical & Mechanical and implementing safe system of works. Typical responsibilities will include: Overseeing technical mobilisation. Ensuring due diligence of contractors and identifying any risks. Relationship management with building maintenance providers/contractors. Managing specialist contractor maintenance schedules. Ensuring that mandatory inspections are carried out and noted. Contributing to building events. When applicable, evaluating quotes and selecting cost-effective contractors. Ensuring any work carried out is done so in line with safety procedures. Liaising with the US team regarding the management of critical areas. Providing oversight of activities such as moves and changes. Supporting with general facilities tasks such as budget management and continuous improvements. Suitable applicants will preferably possess professional registered accreditations and a degree in Building Engineering (or similar). Prior experience as a Building Engineer is essential, with experience of using a wide range of building service engineering systems, as well as a proven track record of troubleshooting and strong customer service skills. Working knowledge of the following is highly desirable: Heating/Cooling systems, HV/LV systems, lighting systems, power distribution systems, ventilation systems, control systems, water systems, fire systems, air conditioning systems, energy management systems, compliance, codes of conduct and building regulations. A highly competitive salary is on offer, dependent upon experience, plus benefits and a wonderful working culture. Please do not delay in applying; applications are being welcomed now, in order for the interview process to commence ASAP.
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US Law Support
Global AML & Compliance Manager
London
Competitive -
Compliance Manager A highly reputable and prestigious US law firm in the city are keen to recruit a knowledgeable Global AML and Compliance Manager to join their international team on a permanent basis. This global law firm have a long standing history and a wealth of high profile clients, working on some of the biggest matters in the market. The role will see you working collaboratively with the global compliance and AML team, overseeing global AML and Compliance operations including research, due diligence, risk assessments, and screening. You will be an integral part of the team, working across key offices across EMEA. Duties include; Working alongside MLRO’s and Regional Heads on global compliance and AML policies Keeping apprised of updates related to AML and Compliance Provide strategic recommendations on sanctions laws and regulations Management of the firms AML and compliance functions Line management and supervision of an international compliance team Assisting fee-earners with regulatory requests Assist in legal analysis of escalations The firm are keen to speak with a Global AML and Compliance Manager who has a proven track record of AML and Compliance management in a global law firm. German language skills are essential, being able to converse and digest information in German. You will be proactive, highly-driven, and a natural problem solver with a wealth of legal compliance experience. This is a permanent position with a highly competitive salary depending on experience, excellent benefits, international travel, and hybrid working. For more information, please do get in touch.
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Law Support
eDisclosure Project Coordinator
London
£60,000 - £70,000
Are you an experienced eDisclosure Project Co-ordinator looking for a new challenge? We are currently working with an international law firm headquartered in London who are seeking a talented individual to join their team and play a key role in ensuring the efficient and high-quality delivery of eDisclosure, Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), and investigations. As the successful candidate, you will have the opportunity to work with a prestigious law firm and gain valuable experience in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. You will be responsible for project managing eDisclosure processes, ensuring compliance with legal frameworks, rules, and industry standards, and utilising a range of software and tools including Relativity, NUIX, SQL, SharePoint, MS Office, EDRM methodology, and Magnum. To be considered for this role: - You must have previous experience working at a law firm, and ideally with an eDisclosure vendor. - You should also have a proven track record of project managing eDisclosure processes and a strong understanding of the legal framework surrounding eDisclosure. - Excellent knowledge and experience of the software and tools mentioned above are essential for success in this role. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a highly respected law firm, gain exposure to a wide range of eDisclosure projects, and develop your skills and expertise in a supportive and collaborative environment. This is a hybrid role, with the flexibility to work from home for 2 days a week.
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IP Support
IT Helpdesk (1st and 2nd Line)
London
40000 - 43000 per Year
We are seeking an experienced IT Support / Helpdesk to work for a law firm in Central London. For this position we are seeking someone with IT/Computer science degree or related qualification a minimum of 3 years’ industry experience, preferably in a similar support role within a law firm. You must have experience of Windows, Office, Windows Server, Active Directory, Azure AD, Exchange, Networking, SQL, Intune The main duties of the position will be the initial point of contact for all 1st and 2nd line support on IT matters. You must be able to confidently deal with most incidents first-hand, to ensure the highest level of customer service and technical expertise. You will oversee the day-to-day operations of the service desk, including ticket management, prioritisation, and escalation of issues to meet defined SLA's. You will actively manage the full ticket lifecycle and distribution of workload between support staff, monitor and service desk performance, identify areas for improvement, and implement strategies to enhance service delivery. you will also be required to monitor and maintain system health through various dashboards (Monitoring software, Anti-Virus, firewalls, Intuneetc.) and assist the IT Managers by taking on other delegated tasks. As this role develops, there will also be scope for the successful applicant to contribute to future system development. This is a hybrid role minimum 2 days a week in the office.
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