Credit Hire Paralegal

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Bolton, Greater Manchester
£18,000 - £21,000 per annum + Benefits Package
22 Apr 2021
20 May 2021
Izzie Gilbert
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you a Paralegal or Fee Earner in Greater Manchester looking to take the next step in your legal career?

A leading defendant insurance practice is looking for a Credit Hire to join its growing team in Bolton for a full-time, permanent role.

Your New Role

Your new role will see you working with perhaps one of the region's most well-regarded defendant insurance practices. As the new Credit Hire Paralegal, you will be joining a modern and truly supportive Credit Hire department and deal with your own caseload of litigated defendant credit hire claims, from instruction through to completion.

About You

The incoming Paralegal must demonstrate:

  • Previous Credit Hire experience (either from a claimant or defendant background).
  • Experience dealing with litigated matters as part of your caseload.
  • Confidence handling your own caseload and the ability to deal with claims throughout their full cycle.
  • The ability to work with little to no supervision, use your own initiative and manage your own time.

Salary & Benefits

On offer is a competitive market leading salary of £18,000 - £21,000 per annum, dependent on your previous experience, along with full company benefits.

You'll be supported by the senior team members and Team Leaders to further progress your career and reach your full potential.

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If you would like to find out more about this excellent Credit Hire Paralegal role, please apply now.

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