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Team Coordinator - Marketing
Permanent, full time
Salary – Competitive, plus benefits
Role Reference – MA/BS/SB/MAR23
About Leigh Day
We are a top 100 law firm committed to claimant-only cases, ensuring that individuals have the same access to justice as the UK Government and large corporations. We’re not afraid to take on difficult and challenging cases involving medical negligence, serious personal injuries, discrimination in the workplace, defective products and human rights abuses in this country and overseas.
About the team
Leigh Day has a team of specialist claimant lawyers with strong values that permeate across the firm, producing a brand which is distinctive and authentic, and appeals to our clients and intermediaries alike. The Marketing team has been instrumental in creating a market led, client centric approach to growing the practice, throughout the firm.
About the role
The successful candidate will focus primarily on assisting the overall marketing team with administrative work, ad-hoc project tasks and team organisation.
For more information about the role, who we are looking for and how to apply, please click ‘apply’ and you will be redirected to our website.
Please submit your application as early as possible to be considered for the role as interviews will be held on an ongoing basis.
Commitment to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion
Leigh Day is committed to the principles of equality, diversity, and inclusion. We value the diversity of our colleagues, our clients and the third parties with whom we work. We seek to create an environment where everyone feels included and valued for their unique characteristics, skills and abilities and supported in their needs and responsibilities.
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