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Credit Hire Litigation Executive (Small Claims Track)


Horwich Farrelly Solicitors
Salary: Competitive
Location: Manchester
Job type: Permanent
Category: Barrister Jobs
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Closing Date: 31/01/2018

Salary:Competitive

Reference:D1733

Basis:Full time

Contract:Permanent

Main Duties of the Role Include (but are not limited to) the following:

* Handling own case load of small claims cases

* Competent at dealing with delegated files and complying with SLAs

* Reviewing quantum, valuing general and special damages and formalising case plans

* Entering into telephone negotiations, liaising with third party solicitors and insurers, own insurer clients and lay clients’; drafting documents, applications, offers, orders, directions etc.

* Attending telephone conferences/applications

* Managing time in an effective manner with organisational skills and use of case management system

* Seeing cases through from commencement to conclusion whilst dealing with cases in a cost effective matter

* Ensure that all cases are dealt with in compliance with Solicitors’ Accounts Rules and Law Society Practice Management Standards

Desired Skills and Experience:

* Credit Hire experience – Preferable

* Proven experience of running a case load of small claims cases in a Litigation Executive/Paralegal capacity – Essential

* Defendant experience – Preferable

* Experience of communicating and working with Insurer clients – Essential

* The ability to run an effective diary system – Essential

* Strong interpersonal and negotiating skills – Essential

* Knowledge of relevant Defendant case law, legal procedure and its application – Essential

* Excellent organisation and communication skills, both written and verbal – Essential

* The ability to work effectively under pressure – Essential

* The ability to adhere to SLAs – Essential

* The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team – Essential

Only candidates who meet the above criteria will be considered for a formal interview
Closing Date: 31/01/2018

Salary:Competitive

Reference:D1733

Basis:Full time

Contract:Permanent

Main Duties of the Role Include (but are not limited to) the following:

* Handling own case load of small claims cases

* Competent at dealing with delegated files and complying with SLAs

* Reviewing quantum, valuing general and special damages and formalising case plans

* Entering into telephone negotiations, liaising with third party solicitors and insurers, own insurer clients and lay clients’; drafting documents, applications, offers, orders, directions etc.

* Attending telephone conferences/applications

* Managing time in an effective manner with organisational skills and use of case management system

* Seeing cases through from commencement to conclusion whilst dealing with cases in a cost effective matter

* Ensure that all cases are dealt with in compliance with Solicitors’ Accounts Rules and Law Society Practice Management Standards

Desired Skills and Experience:

* Credit Hire experience – Preferable

* Proven experience of running a case load of small claims cases in a Litigation Executive/Paralegal capacity – Essential

* Defendant experience – Preferable

* Experience of communicating and working with Insurer clients – Essential

* The ability to run an effective diary system – Essential

* Strong interpersonal and negotiating skills – Essential

* Knowledge of relevant Defendant case law, legal procedure and its application – Essential

* Excellent organisation and communication skills, both written and verbal – Essential

* The ability to work effectively under pressure – Essential

* The ability to adhere to SLAs – Essential

* The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team – Essential

Only candidates who meet the above criteria will be considered for a formal interview
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