Knowledge and Information Officer - Bristol

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    Knowledge and information management

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    please enquire

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    020 7378 5473

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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  • Startdate:

    2018-09-10 00:00:00

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We are recruiting for an award-winning, full service law firm based in Bristol, named by the Financial Times as one of Europe's most innovative firms, along with being recognised as an 'energetic ambitious firm' with an 'open minded entrepreneurial culture'.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the central Knowledge and Information team.

As Knowledge & Information Officer your job role will include:

Providing a current awareness service, including developing and distributing client facing news bulletins, internal legal bulletins as well as tracking cases, legislation and companies etc as required.

Undertaking legal and business research to provide support with client matters and business development activities.

Harvesting know how within specific practice groups, profiling it and promoting use of the know how system.

Developing and maintaining knowledge and information resources, including intranet work, precedents and knowhow.

As the ideal candidate you will possess a degree in Library and Information Studies or a similar Information Science or Knowledge Management qualification. 

Ideally you will have some experience working in a professional services or corporate office environment but we will also consider graduates who have the desire and aspiration to move in to the legal information field and progress.

Candidates with a law degree who are interested genuinely interested in a career in legal knowledge and information management may also be considered.   

To be considered for this and other Knowledge & Information Officer job opportunities please email with your CV and an explanation of your ambitions in this area.