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Area Regulatory
Location All Offices

The Firm

Capsticks is a leading provider of legal services to the health, social care, housing and emergency services sectors, as well as in the field of professional discipline. The firm has a turnover of c£47m and around 550 staff - including 400 fee earners - across 5 offices nationally. We act for a wide range of long standing clients in both the public and private sector, including all forms of NHS organisations, governmental and regulatory bodies, registered providers, insurers, police, fire and rescue services, independent health and social care providers, charities and GP practices.

Further details about the firm and the type of work carried out can be found on our website at www.capsticks.com.

The Regulatory Division

The Regulatory team acts for many regulatory bodies involved in the field of professional discipline, primarily in the health sector but, increasingly, more widely. The work largely involves presenting cases but also requires managing an investigatory caseload where it is alleged that the registrant's fitness to practise is impaired through misconduct, competence or health issues and preparing those cases for hearings before panels and committees of the relevant regulators.

Further details about the firm, the Partners and the type of work carried out can be found on our website at www.capsticks.com

The role

The Regulatory team is looking to recruit an Advocacy Administrator to co-ordinate an exciting new project: managing and co-ordinating advocacy training and the advocacy diary, providing management information on our advocacy services, fostering relationships with internal and external stakeholders with a view to ensuring excellence of advocacy services and business development.

  • Managing the diary, ensuring all fixtures are covered by an advocate with the correct skill set for the role;
  • Managing our relationship with external counsel and their clerks as key stakeholders;
  • Liaising with the client and their hearings' team to ensure smooth service;
  • Creating management information relating to advocacy services;
  • Co-ordinate and manage induction training, on-going training and special training events;
  • Collate and produce information for business development including for tenders.

You will work closely with our friendly in-house advocacy team and will be a key and valued member of the team. This is an opportunity to bring your skill and energy to a new venture w here innovation and ideas will definitely be encouraged

Skills set

Capsticks is committed to recruiting the best people to maintain its status as legal adviser of choice and the successful candidate will likely be able to demonstrate many or all of the following:

  • Previous demonstrated experience in a similar role;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • The ability to take responsibility for their own workload; and
  • Good interpersonal skills, highly organised and reliable.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a driven and dynamic market leading firm. If you are ready for a new and exciting challenge then please apply by sending your CV via the vacancies section on our website at www.capsticks.com.

Capsticks is an equal opportunities employer

Capsticks is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and to encouraging diversity through recruitment. Applications are welcome from all sections of the community and decisions to progress will be made with reference to entirely objective criteria only.

Capsticks is an agile firm and is open to conversations about flexible working.

In 2020 Capsticks achieved a 1 star accreditation from Best Companies, the specialists whose recognition programme is the standard for workplace engagement. The Best Companies accreditation is really important to Capsticks as it focuses on the trust and value we place in our people, their wellbeing and their careers.

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