Fastest growing legal technology provider in the UK is hiring again

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22 September 2014


Redbrick Solutions are hiring

After 12 months of unprecedented growth Redbrick Solutions are again seeking high calibre candidates to join their well respected business. The company provides the latest technology to law firms of all sizes all over the UK on an innovative business model and has been doing so for over 13 years.

To compliment an existing, dedicated and highly motivated team of implementers they are seeking a legal cashier to join them to assist with implementation and training of their legal accounts software.

The ideal candidate must have first-hand experience of working within the finance function of a law firm and be familiar with day to day postings.  The role will involve working at a variety of client sites.  The successful candidate will be skilled at relating to and training a broad spectrum of users to ensure they are able to get the most from the technology.

For further information on the role and requirements please see the website.

 



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