Job Role: Content Developer (Legal Training)
Location: Aldgate, London
This role is available for local candidates already authorised to work in the role’s country only.
Closing Date: *23rd November 2018
Central Law Training is a leading provider of post-qualification training for the legal profession.
The business is a key part of the Professional Division of Wilmington plc, which provides information, education and networking enabling clients to improve their businesses. Wilmington plc is an ambitious and growing business with an increasingly international footprint.
Why do we want you?
We’re a small team working in a fast-paced environment, so this role will suit someone who:
Central Law Training’s goal is to make learning and development easier for lawyers. They’re busy people with demanding jobs, and while they know that keeping their skills and knowledge up to date is important, it can be a struggle to make time for it. We’re adapting our approach to enable lawyers to undertake training how and when they want to.
What will you be doing?
This role plays a key part in this strategy: you’ll be researching the market and commissioning top-level speakers to deliver face-to-face and online training. You’ll be using your knowledge and commercial acumen to identify opportunities and bring these to fruition, working closely with colleagues in other teams.
On a day to day basis, you’ll be liaising with speakers and other subject matter experts, researching potential training course ideas, writing and reviewing copy, keeping up to date with developments in law and practice, and reviewing delegate feedback, to name just a few of the areas of responsibility.
You’ll have knowledge of the law and legal market, whether through work experience or study. A law degree will be advantageous, as this role requires you to get to grips with complex concepts and be able to communicate confidently about them.
We always support colleagues to develop their skills but to be successful in this job you really do need to already be able to tick most of these boxes...
Before you go...
While previous experience in a professional office environment will be beneficial, it’s not a pre-requisite for the role. More important are the ability to get to grips quickly with new concepts and ideas and the knack of building strong working relationships.
Come join us!
At Wilmington Plc, we know how hard our employees work and the contributions they make to our business. As such we offer attractive salary packages that include some fantastic benefits such as performance related bonus, contributory pension scheme with life assurance, 23 days' annual holiday but also flexible benefits that allows you to tailor your choices i.e. purchase additional holiday days, discount vouchers, heavily subsidised gym membership, cycle to work schemes and dining cards.
We offer variety, development and an opportunity to be part of a committed group of colleagues. We operate an open environment where you’ll be encouraged to make an impact. At Wilmington, our collaborative approach means your great ideas will be welcomed and your great work recognised.
The legal bit
The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this role. Statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.
*Please note that this role may remain advertised until an offer of employment has been made.
We are focused on ensuring that Wilmington remains a great place to work. We value our people and we continue to invest in their career development. We encourage learning, and career opportunities are possible across all Wilmington companies
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