Proclaim Developer

England, Lancashire, Blackburn
£25000 - £30000 per annum
18 Oct 2016
15 Nov 2016
Laura Baron
Job Title
Legal IT
Practice Area
Personal Injury
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client an established Law Firm is looking to recruit an experienced Proclaim Developer/IT Systems Developer to join their office in Blackburn.
The firm offer a great list of benefits and a friendly working environment.
Previous Proclaim Development experience is essential.

The successful candidate will have strong problem solving skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills and have a customer focused approach.
Desired experience: - Proclaim v3.3 tables - Proclaim web services ¿
Reporting to the Head of Department the role will include but not be exclusive to:
Workflow development and maintenance (including linked actions & diaries)
Analysing existing workflows to determine opportunities for streamlining and performance enhancement ¿
Creating and maintaining forms and documents (including maths & conditional logic)
Configuring embedded documents
Creating and maintaining database, maths fields and correspondents
Creating , developing and maintaining user screens and on-screen intelligence
Creating , developing and maintaining new case types and linked cases
Preparing appropriate technical and user documentation
Creating and maintaining
Advanced Reports Scheduling reports to provide regular delivery to users
Investigate and manipulate outputted data
Facilitating meetings in order to progress work
¿ Clarifying stakeholder requirements
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.