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We’re Recruiting for a Business Administration Apprentice


We’re on the look out for a new apprentice!

As one of Bury St Edmunds’ best-known law firms, we have a proud reputation for putting our clients at the centre of everything we do and for delivering excellent results for them.

Our new offices are right in the town centre and we a friendly and enthusiastic team of over 30 people.

We currently have an opportunity for a Business Administration Apprentice to join our team.

Working with both our accounts and admin teams, you will be involved in all aspects of routine and day to day accounting and administrative processes – providing you with an excellent grounding in the practice of a busy legal firm.

The role will develop as your skills improve and it is anticipated that your role will include processing receipts, taking card payments, drawing cheques, reception cover, file opening and closing.

Desired skills

  • You must be numerate and able to spell.
  • You must be able to take and follow instructions.
  • This is a fast-paced working environment and you will need to have clear and concise communication skills enabling confident communication with peers, clients and relevant third parties.
  • You will in due course be expected to manage your time and workload and be able to work well under pressure to meet deadlines.

Desired qualifications

Reasonable GCSE grades or equivalent in English and Maths are expected, although we will happily consider anyone giving a sufficient explanation for lower grades.

Future career prospects

If you embrace the opportunity of this new role, we may offer you support towards further qualifications and a career with the firm.

Whether you stay with us after your apprenticeship or not, you will in the meantime be working in a well-known and energetic local law firm, which will stand you in good stead in the future.

Salary will be subject to review on successful completion of 6 months’ probation period.

Read more about our open apprenticeship position here: