Proclaim Developer

England, Merseyside, Newton-Le-Willows
£30000 - £35000 per annum
18 Oct 2016
15 Nov 2016
Laura Baron
Job Title
Legal IT
Practice Area
Information Technology
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client an established Law firm is looking to recruit an experienced Proclaim Developer to join their office in Newton Le Willows.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced Proclaim Developer to join a growing and experienced Development Team.
The Role
Reporting to the Head of Department the role will include but not be exclusive to:
Coding, debugging and documenting all aspects of CMS Proclaim
Creating custom standard and advanced reports
General system maintenance
Developing including user profiles
SQL creation
Screen design and database maintenance.

The Candidate
To be considered for the role candidates will:
Be an experienced Proclaim Developer
Have the ability to write up process flows using visio or similar

For more information or to apply for this position please contact Laura Baron at Clayton Legal
Clayton Legal recruits for Law firms large and small across the UK and beyond. We have regional teams and specialists consultants that work across all legal disciplines. We are legal talent specialists. We work with Solicitors, Legal Executives, Fee Earners, Paralegals, Costs Lawyers, Legal Support Staff, Locum & Contract Lawyers, In-house Lawyers, Equity & Salaried Partners, Legal IT, Marketing and Business Development. With over 100 years combined legal recruitment experience, backed by market leading search systems and access to extensive active and passive legal networks, we are the recognised talent partner of choice with an impressive client base across the UK and beyond. 

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