Legal Accounts and LAA Trainer

Roc Search Limited
30000.00 - 35000.00 GBP Annual
16 May 2017
23 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Roc Search's Client is currently recruiting for a Legal Accounts & LAA Trainer based in Fareham or a Wholesale & Ventures Strategic office, UK

Salary: GBP35,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Type: Permanent


  • Responsible for designing, planning and delivering training to the clients on the administration and use of their own software and other integrated third party software.
  • Carrying out training needs assessments taking into consideration the clients business processes and determining how best to deploy services to meet the clients and individual user's needs.
  • Create and maintain documentation, support and training resources, including manuals and reference guides, ensuring that they are current and adhere to the client's brand guidelines.
  • Liaise with other trainers and departments to ensure that training and supporting materials are continually developed as new enhancements are released and new products are integrated into Partner for Windows.
  • To advise the Training Manager of the products and resources needed to meet your own training objectives.
  • To adopt and promote the client's standards and methodologies for delivery of training.
  • To undertake any other reasonable duties as required by the Training Manager.


  • Experience of working within an IT Company/Department and delivering software training.
  • Knowledge of Legal Accounting Procedures and Legal Aid requirements.
  • A working knowledge of building financial reports using Microsoft Excel and/or Crystal Reports
  • Experience of client relationships, confidence and presence to deal with clients at all levels as appropriate.
  • Highly developed interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.

Apply now for immediate consideration Sophie Cadman at Roc Search either (see below)

As a professional company we gladly welcome applications from persons of any age and background and do not intend to discriminate with advert text and terminology.

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