24 / 8 / 2020
Anderson Lloyd succeeds thanks to the quality of our people. It is their expertise and passion that have delivered great results for our clients.
Our values define us and we are looking to align with likeminded people to lead the legal profession into a brighter, more sustainable future.
Recently recognised by NZ Lawyer as one of the most innovative firms in New Zealand, Anderson Lloyd is the first law firm to earn Toitū carbonzero accreditation and are a certified Living Wage Employer.
We are also a regular award winner at the New Zealand Law Awards for the Law Firm of the Year and Employer of Choice.
We are now extending an invitation to come and join this culture as we recruit for an energetic and proactive full-time Client Services Administrator for our busy Dunedin Finance and Client Services Team.
This is an exciting and diverse role within the Client Services team. Playing a key conduit between both our staff and clients you will be involved in all aspects of the transactions we undertake across all facets of the business, including trust account transaction processing, client on-boarding, reporting, firm wide training, stakeholder liaison and workflow co-ordination.
Successful candidates will have a minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in a professional client services focused role, preferably within the professional services or banking industry.
Applicants will need to be adaptable, have excellent communication skills, be able to engage confidently with staff and clients and present as an all-round administration superstar.
In return you’ll be provided with a highly competitive remuneration package, a strong work / life balance and the training and career development of a firm invested in your future success.
If you are looking for an opportunity that offers high quality work, excellent mentoring and a supportive and engaging team environment then we would like to hear from you.
If you would like to apply for this position please select APPLY below and attach a copy of your CV and covering letter.