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Taylor Rose TTKW is a multi-disciplinary firm of solicitors based in Peterborough, Manchester, Cumbria, Northampton, and London. Taylor Rose is a rapidly expanding practice with an entrepreneurial approach to traditional areas of law, whilst maintaining outstanding levels of customer service.

We are pleased to announce we have a vacancy for a Personal Assistant in our head office in Peterborough.

This role will be working directly with Antony Jaggard, Director of Taylor Rose TTKW, supporting him generally in his business duties. The successful candidate will interact with senior management and key business stakeholders on a daily basis. Having access to confidential information on sensitive matters, the candidate must be responsible and professional when carrying out their duties.   The role is based in Peterborough with some travel may be required.  Part time hours may be considered for this role but it would be a minimum of 3 days a week.

The successful candidate will be required to manage the following tasks on behalf of the Director: 

Training will be provided with ongoing support during probation period.

The successful candidate will have the following attributes: 

Previous experience or qualifications in any of the following areas would be beneficial but are not essential: 

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