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Work Placement: Harrop, White, Vallance & Dawson - A Levels

Job description

Harrop White, Vallance & Dawson is a specialist law firm with a long history.  John Harrop White opened his office in Mansfield on the 29th January 1879.  During the 130 years that have followed the firm has gained a reputation for quality service from experienced professional lawyers.

Services they offer:

  • Conveyancing
  • Landlord & Tenant
  • Criminal Matters
  • Matrimonial
  • Children Matters
  • Domestic Violence
  • Making a Will
  • Lasting Power of Attorney
  • Probate
  • Lawyers for Business

You will gain experience in various departments, assisting with admin duties/joining meetings/observing the day to day running of the firm.

Details

  • Apply by: 30/06/2017
  • Company: Harrop, White, Vallance & Dawson
  • Pay: NA
  • Working times/day: 9AM-5PM
  • Location: 9/11 Albert Street, Mansfield, Notts, NG18 1EA
  • Job type: Work placements
  • Job sector: A-levels
  • Employers reference: WP_HWVD1
  • Listing date: 15/12/2016

How to apply

Please email the Legal Cashier - Nicola Arnold: info@harropwhite.co.uk. Include the following:

  • CV
  • Cover letter

Please note - Placements are open to all students at Vision West Nottinghamshire College, this may result into the placement being allocated; we do advise all students interested in the placement to speak with the employer in the first instance to check that the placement is still available.

Step 1 - Once you have a confirmed offer, in order to proceed with the work placement you will need to complete the work placement application form on Pro Portal, the form can be found under miscellaneous. (An accurate start and approximate end dates MUST be entered)

Step 2 - Your tutor will be asked to authorise your placement once you have fully completed your application form (remember to SAVE).

Step 3 - Once authorised, the work placement team will ensure the health and safety documentation for your placement is in place.

Step 4 - The work placement team will then send you, your tutor and the employer an email to confirm your work placement is ‘ Ready to Go’.

Step 5 – Collect a Progress Passport which you must complete on placement and ask your supervisor to sign off your hours and provide feedback on the last pages.

Step 6 – To check the status of your application, look at the note section at the bottom of your application form.

A parental consent form must also be signed and passed to your tutor before you go on placement.

If you have questions or need any support ringing an employer or completing your application, simply email workplacement@wnc.ac.uk or call into Room 218 at Derby Road.

We encourage you to secure your work placement as soon as possible. The deadline to have a placement agreed is Friday 8 Dec 2017.

Good luck and remember to ask your employer on completing your placement if you can add them as a new reference on your CV!

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