Hamilton Mullan Law Accountants Ltd

Hamilton Mullan Law Accountants Ltd is a newly established firm of law accountants located at Stirling Business Centre close to the town centre and with good access to public transport links and car parks.

 

As part of our planned expansion we are currently seeking to fill the following new positions within our Judicial Department: -

Law Accountant

Stirling Business Centre, £23,400 to £30,600 plus team incentive bonus

Post 1 - Law Accountant

 

This role involves preparing and negotiating Judicial Accounts of Expenses on behalf of both Pursuers and Defenders from initial instruction through to settlement. Where required the appointed candidate will also be required to attend diets of taxation or assessment. The successful candidate will be supported by the existing Directors in developing their skill-set and the position offers excellent prospects of career advancement.

 

Preferred attributes: -

· A proven track record in one or more branch of law accountancy.

· A good understanding of the Scottish Civil Litigation system.

· Strong negotiation skills.

· An ability to maintain existing and develop new client relationships.

· Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.

· An ability to work as part of a small flexible team.

· Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook and Word).

· A clean driving licence.

 

Initial salary is on a scale from £23,400 to £30,600 plus team incentive bonus for a 35-hour 5-day week. In addition, we offer an attractive contributory pension scheme, generous sick pay provisions and a total of 33 days paid holiday per annum rising to 35 days after 2 years satisfactory service.

 

An appropriately motivated candidate will be given preferred status for the emerging posts that we foresee within our senior management structure offering significant opportunities for further career and earnings expansion.


Published Date: 27-Nov-2017

Post 2 - Trainee Law Accountant

Stirling Business Centre, £17,400 to £23,400 plus team incentive bonus

Post 2 - Trainee Law Accountant

 

The successful candidate will undertake work within our administrative function and will also receive full training from our existing Law Accountants including full training in judicial accounting practices and related tasks. Depending upon their existing level of experience it is envisaged that they will emerge as a fully trained law accountant within an 18 to 36-month timeframe. The role may be particularly suited to an individual with a Claims adjustment profile in the insurance or legal industry.

 

The successful candidate will be supported by the existing Directors in developing their skill-set and the position offers excellent prospects of career advancement.

 

 

Preferred attributes

• A good academic record and/or related work record/experience

• Strong negotiation skills.

• An ability to maintain existing and develop new client relationships.

• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.

• An ability to work as part of a small flexible team.

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook and Word).

• A clean driving licence.

 

Initial salary is on a scale from £17,400 to £23,400 plus team incentive bonus for a 35-hour 5-day week. In addition, we offer an attractive contributory pension scheme, generous sick pay provisions and a total of 33 days paid holiday per annum rising to 35 days after 2 years satisfactory service.

 

The recruited Trainee Law Accountant will have an excellent opportunity of developing their career path within our organisation. An appropriately motivated candidate will be given preferred status for the emerging posts that we foresee within our middle and senior management structure offering significant opportunities for further career and earnings expansion.

 

If you would like to be considered for either of the above roles, please forward your CV and short covering email (clearly stating your preference) before 12 noon on Friday 8th December 2017 to Kirsty McGhie, Head of Administration at Kirsty.mcghie@hamilton-mullan.co.uk


Published Date: 27-Nov-2017