SOS launches recruitment drive as the company continues to expand

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4 August 2011


Legal Futures Associate , one of the UK’s leading legal software companies, has launched a recruitment drive to fill five newly-created positions.

The diverse spectrum of roles all focus on continuously enhancing the products and services delivered to its expanding client base of progressive law firms.

The company is continuing to grow as the legal profession increasingly turns to technology to strengthen organisations for the advent of alternative business structures.

The vacancies are: application support analyst, VB developer, software tester, legal cashier and SOS Connect scripting support analyst.

David McNamara, managing director of SOS, said: “As a result of another year of strategic growth at SOS, we are expanding the team to ensure we continue to offer high levels of service and quality software to law firms. As the legal landscape changes around us, SOS is committed to innovatively supporting law firms into the future; it’s an exciting time to join the company.”

Michelle Perkins, HR officer at SOS, adds: “The company has held the Investor In People status since 1999, with many of the team being with us for over eight years.”

For more details about any of these roles, visit www.soslegal.co.uk/about-recruitment.asp, e-mail m.perkins@soslegal.co.uk or call 01225 787700.



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