In-House Regulatory Committee Co-Ordinator

In-House Regulatory Committee Co-Ordinator.
 
This London based Regulator with National remit is expanding!
 
They have created a new role, tasked with ensuring the effective and timely management of cases to the Investigating Committee and to implement these processes rigorously in managing the flow of cases day to day.
 
You will have experience of work planning, including through the use of data analysis and your interpersonal skills will have enabled you to work effectively in a team environment and will demonstrate your ability to foster positive relationships.

To succeed in your application you must:
 
- Have experience coordinating/planning high volume work for a team
- Be educated to degree level; ideally a law graduate with practical legal experience
- Have experience using data management information to forecast volumes and pan work
 
In return, you will join a growing team (250+), receive extensive benefits and be part of a unique organisation with diverse members.
 
If you meet the above criteria and are open to exploring this In-House Regulatory Committee Co-ordinator opportunity, get in touch today for more information.

More information

For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Jude Cornelli at G2 Legal on 0207 649 9298 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.

Job reference: 421132/1/JC-/10

Company Benefits

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    35 days holiday per annum
  • c
    Company Pension Scheme
  • d
    Life Assurance
  • f
    Dental Medical Insurance
  • h
    Child Care Vouchers
  • s
    Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Benefits
  • t
    Birthday Holiday
  • b
    Back up Family Care Scheme
  • Holiday Exchange Scheme

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Reference: 421132/1/JC-/10 | Location: Central London

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