Legal vacancies in Thanet and Canterbury
Boys & Maughan is one of East Kent's largest and oldest legal practices, with offices in Margate, Canterbury, Birchington, Broadstairs and Ramsgate.
We employ over 90 people, in a variety of roles, all of whom are integral to us delivering the highest levels of client care and satisfaction across all facets of the firm.
Assistant Legal Cashier, Margate
Part time – 15 hours per week minimum, five days per week (three hours per day), 9 or 9.30am start
Are you interested in working in a legal environment and would you like to be part of an accounts team?
All relevant training will be provided so you will gain a thorough understanding of your job responsibilities. We would prefer candidates to have worked within a legal accounts environment but this is not essential.
Duties will include the processing of client and office accounting transactions including postings, preparation of cheques, processing of bank transfers, daily banking functions including bank and office reconciliations, assisting with the purchase ledger, and other ad hoc accounts and administration duties as required.
An ideal candidate will have experience of Microsoft Outlook and Office and have numeracy skills that will support them in the role.
Who are we? Boys & Maughan is one of East Kent’s leading law firms with offices in five towns across the region. You’ll be joining a very well established firm and working with really nice, friendly people.
Please send a CV and covering letter to: Kay Sheffield, Human Resources Manager, Boys & Maughan, India House, Hawley Street, Margate, CT9 1PZ or email your application to Kay.
You would be welcome to call Kay on 01843 234000 if you would like an opportunity to discuss the post before applying.
We always prefer candidates to contact us directly rather than via an agency and even when we have no vacancies listed we are happy to receive CVs. Contact Helen Jones if you would like to express an interest in working for Boys & Maughan.
Unfortunately, we do not offer work placements.
Kay Sheffield, Human Resources Manager, Boys & Maughan, India House, Hawley Street, Margate, CT9 1PZ or email Kay.
Unsolicited recruitment agency CVs will not be considered.
Solicitors firms regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) are required to collect and publish their workforce diversity data each year using questions provided by the SRA. In July 2017 we surveyed our staff and if you would like like to see the results click here. The SRA uses the information to monitor diversity within the profession and we also monitor diversity internally.