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Career Paths 

 
Have you always wanted to know what it is like to work in our operations team? With a variety of roles, from flexible hours to full-time hours, there may well be something to suit you. See our case studies below for examples of how you could develop your career with Serve Legal. 
 
CASE STUDIES 
Matthew Houliston -Data & Systems Manager 
 
Auditor→Credit Control Assistant→Finance & Data Assistant→Systems Administrator→Data & Systems Manager 
 
I started working as an auditor with Serve Legal back in 2008. By 2009 I was working 1 day a week with Serve Legal in credit control whilst juggling a similar role at a hotel for 5-6 days a week. Soon after, I was offered a full-time role with both jobs and decided to move to London to carry on with Serve Legal. 
 
Initially, I was a Finance & Data assistant, but as the company grew, I became Systems Administrator. In my time with Serve Legal, I have seen it grow massively and have been heavily involved in building and developing 3 systems. 
 
I’m now the Data & Systems Manager and am working towards improving our data offering to clients. 
Hannah Rees -Divisional Manager 
 
Auditor→Media Compliance Co-ordinator→Midlands Assistant Co-ordinator→Area Manager→Regional Manager→Divisional Manager 
 
I started working for Serve Legal back in September 2013 as an auditor in South Wales, visiting shops to see whether I was asked for ID while buying an age-restricted product. When I turned 20 I still put my hand up to help with non-age restricted work; which landed me the opportunity to work as an Assistant Co-ordinator. 
 
I started with small roles such as helping with last-minute media compliance projects and completing holiday cover. This then lead on to an opportunity to become an assistant to the Area Manager in the Midlands in 2016. I carried out this role for some months before being offered the role of Area Manager. 
 
I took this opportunity by both hands and made sure to push myself and show that they had made a good decision offering me the role. Within 18 months I was promoted to Regional Manager of Scotland & Ireland. Soon after this, I was promoted Divisional Manager. 
 
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