We are currently recruiting for 2 full time crown court clerk to join the team at the Crown Court with our client, The Ministry of Justice based in Central London. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation that offers training and a great working environment. The key purpose of the role is to manage the courtrooms to ensure that cases are dealt with promptly in liaison with the judiciary, legal professionals and staff.
If you have strong legal background skills and have confidence in dealing with various stakeholders then this may be the role for you. Law Graduates will also be considered for this role.
Ensure that a comprehensive log is kept of representation order and that a judges report is available at all sentence hearings
Accurately prepare case summaries for resident judge
Ensure that applications for representation orders are checked and approved upon authorisation of the judge
Undertake any allocated tasks as part of the role I.e. PA role to Judiciary when required; arranging marshalling and swearing in of Justices
Ensure efficient through put of listed work in the allocated court room on a daily basis; giving appropriate support to judiciary and keeping the list office and other agencies fully appraised of developments
Someone with the ability to work within a team
Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
Competent user of Microsoft packages
Excellent customer service
Ability to work with people on all levels
Team leading experience desirable but not essential
Our client is currently in the market for an Audit Senior Manager to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will assume responsibility for conducting the examinations, working directly with the customer as well as aid the manager to oversee the examination group and oversee the examination procedure to guarantee our examinations are of exceptional quality.
Collaborate with the examination partner and be liable for the everyday administration of the examination division.
Collaborate intimately with the examination overseer on technical concerns.
Will possess personal examination collection of customers to administer (review planning, field work, and completion).
Hold all Partners responsible for the examinations they approve.
Make sure examinations are scheduled efficiently and reserved beforehand.
Make sure examinations are accomplished and concluded before Partner approval.
Take on the duty to elevate the quality of the client’s work and fulfil regulatory standards.
Steer various firm undertakings, e.g., examination templates, personnel training schemes, training principles, etc.
Developing, administering, and inspiring a team of technical personnel.
Qualified either ACCA or ACA
High degree of technical knowledge, ISA and UK GAAP
Educated up to degree level or CTS
At least 4/6 years post qualification experience working in audit
Experience in managing a team
Working knowledge of firm services, issues regarding advice, and regulation and compliance, including anti-money laundering
Our client is currently in the market for a Deputy Manager to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will support and manage the staff to enable them to meet the needs of the children and young people, managing child protection concerns and complaints and participating in reviews to provide the best outcome for everyone.
To meet the requirements of children through
Ensuring that each young person has an assigned primary worker and team member are aware of each child’s relevant plans and their responsibilities for its implementation.
Performing the role of "on-call manager" to provide out-of-hours support for the home, on a rotating basis
Attending childcare reviews and planning meetings to provide information and achieve optimal outcomes for young people
Maintaining accurate written records to record information and enable regular monitoring and evaluation to occur
Working in partnership with parents, caregivers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people
To manage a team of staff through
Assisting with the recruitment and retention of staff, including induction training for new staff into the home
Providing consultation and informal advice and support to staff in relation to day-to-day matters
Conducting annual appraisals of staff, addressing issues concerning conduct and competence of staff where necessary
To develop systems that ensure the effective allocation of resources through:
Ensuring that budgets and resources are allocated appropriately and managed effectively, and the use of finances is properly monitored, including petty cash returns and staff attendance records
To promote the efficient and effective operation of the Home through:
Developing, in consultation with young people and staff, routines concerning all aspects of child care, creating schedules that fit best
Ensuring that there are appropriate and adequate reporting and recording systems in place to comply with Quality Standards
Knowledge of the Children Act and other relevant legislation