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IT Training Consultant

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08 April 2014
10 April 2014
Vacancy Type
Practice Areas
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Eversheds is an award winning law firm with strong presence in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Working as part of the local, regional and national IT teams, and reporting into the IT Training Team Leader, you will primarily deliver training courses to the Cardiff, Birmingham and Nottingham offices. As and when required, travel to the other offices in the UK may also be required. Occasional travel to the international offices may be required.

Successful candidate must possess the following skills and experience;

·  Possess a strong training record gained within the legal business sector or similar professional services organisations 

·  A relevant training qualification is desirable, as well as being TAP accredited and COLF accredited 

·  Demonstrate experience of training people at senior levels of an organisation 

·  Flexibility to travel to other UK offices as and when required 

·  Knowledge of IT Training production tools is desirable but not essential (Adobe Captivate, SnagIt, Photoshop Elements and MS Publisher) 

·  Application knowledge to a high level is required on Windows XP or Windows 7, Office 2007 or above, DM5 (or similar document management system), Interaction (CRM), Elite web view (Finance system), Carpe Diem (time recording), BigHand (dictation), Webex Training Centre and Meeting Centre, SharePoint 2007, Laser Forms, E-Filing and mobile devices

As part of your career at Eversheds, you will receive tailored professional development, the opportunity to work alongside an exceptional team and be supported by partners. You will be part of a firm that is recognised for innovation and forward thinking. If this sounds like a firm you want to be part of, apply now.


Eversheds is one of the world’s largest corporate law firms. Committed locally, but connected globally, with over 40 offices based in the world’s major economic centres.