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Bird & Bird is a highly respected international law firm. But that’s only part of the story. We’ve built our reputation not only on exceptional legal expertise, but also on our ability to think beyond the details of law to meet our clients’ needs. We have over 1,200 lawyers worldwide working as a single, cohesive team across 28 offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. In other parts of the world we work with a network of trusted partners, giving us genuine global reach.

The firm offers excellent prospects for progression and our culture provides all our people with world-class support to achieve their ambitions and goals. Bird & Bird is committed to maintaining an inclusive work environment. It is the policy of Bird & Bird to consider all candidates fairly, regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age or disability. We support an agile working environment and are happy to discuss flexible and part time working patterns.

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our IT department for an IT Trainer.

This role sits within the central IT training team. This team is responsible for the education and awareness of firmwide core systems and tools as well as delivering and developing training and related materials for agreed projects across the firm.

Projects may be varied and include rolling out new or upgraded business systems to specific firmwide practice groups and support staff as well as educating and increasing awareness of existing tools. the two key objectives for this role is E-Learning and Training Delivery.

Ideally, you will have previous experience working in a legal firm with proven experience in the development of e-learning materials. You will need solid knowledge of Adobe Captivate and experience of Office 2010/Windows7/FileSite 8.5 integration.

For further details on this role please click on the link below to review the job specification or contact Katherine Bell, Senior HR Officer, for a confidential discussion about the vacancy.

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