Simply Law Jobs, part of Simply Jobs Boards, has been named a finalist in the 2019 National Paralegal Awards.

 

The job site has been shortlisted for ‘Paralegal Recruitment Organisation of the Year.’

 

These awards focus solely on the work and achievements of Paralegals across a range of categories. The categories have been carefully chosen to reflect the diversity of work within the Paralegal sector.

 

Ian Partington, CEO of Simply Jobs Boards said: “I am delighted that Simply Law Jobs has been recognised for this award. We have dedicated a lot of time to develop our website for candidates over the last year or so, and invested in more crucial partnerships – one of them being the National Association of Licensed Paralegals (NALP). I am also delighted to be joining this organisation’s governing body this year to share best practice on legal recruitment.”

 

“Each member of staff on Simply Law Jobs believes in the service we provide, so naturally being recognised for a candidate driven award reaffirms our belief in the strategy we currently have in place.”

 

The nomination follows a number of developments of Simply Law Jobs’ services this year, including improvements to their ‘CV database’, which allows jobseekers to upload their CVs and become more visible to recruiters, ‘Recruiter profiles’, which candidates use to set up job alerts for specific companies, and a new blog section including career advice articles for job seekers in the legal industry.

 

The legal recruitment job site also release its 2018 annual report this year, which includes deeper insights in to the jobseeker journey in the legal sector.

 

The awards will be held on 29th March 2019 at The Mayfair Hotel in  London.

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