We have a new and exciting role available within our Legal Team in London, helping to support all S-RM entities and business units globally.

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Who we are

S-RM is a global intelligence and cyber security consultancy.  Since 2005, we’ve helped some of the most demanding clients in the world solve some of their toughest information security challenges.

We’ve been able to do this because of our outstanding people.  We’re committed to developing sharp, curious, driven individuals who want to think critically, solve complex problems, and achieve success.

But we also know that work isn’t everything. It’s about the lives and careers it helps us build.  We’re immensely proud of this culture and we invest in our people’s wellbeing, learning, and ideas every day.

We’re excited you’re thinking about joining us.

Working in Legal at S-RM

We provide intelligence and advice which helps organisations do business across the globe and in some of the world’s most challenging environments. This includes everything from identifying market opportunities, to forecasting political change, monitoring legal environments, assessing security threats and analysing economic trends, and in this role you will report directly to the head of the Legal department.

We’re driven by a deep curiosity in how the world really works. Every day we seek to develop our expertise in how governments, societies, and companies operate and influence the world around them.

But whilst we have our individual areas of expertise, to answer these complex questions we have to work together. We have so much to learn from one another, and our project teams are designed to bring out our best whilst also creating opportunities for everyone to contribute and grow.

To do this, we don’t get too hung up on hierarchy. Everyone’s ideas are considered equally and we’re happy to give significant responsibility to those who deserve it.

If that sounds like your kind of team, we’d like to hear from you.

The role

As a paralegal, you’ll play a vital role in supporting all of S-RM’s business units globally. Your work will underpin key projects for our most important clients, and you’ll be exposed to a wide range of work as you build your expertise and experience in the team.

Your work will include:

  • Assisting the Legal team in providing company secretarial support to all group companies including updating statutory registers, managing appointments and resignations, board minutes and resolutions, maintenance of group structure charts and entity information for KYC purposes; assisting with incorporation of new entities and new office set-ups;
  • Assisting the business units with RFPs by providing company and entity information; coordinating responses from other departments; compiling and maintaining library of standard responses;
  • Supporting the Legal team in rolling out and updating policies and procedures to ensure that company practices are compliant with data protection requirements;
  • Assisting the Legal team in responding to data subject access requests including reviewing a high volume of documents and data;
  • With support, reviewing and negotiating simple agreements such as non-disclosure agreements.
  • Maintaining and updating Legal templates;
  • Conducting legal research on a wide range of legal topics including corporate, commercial, data protection, licensing, sanctions and employment law;
  • Responsibility for Legal team administration and organisation of filing system; maintenance of project plans.

The role will be based in our London office, however we have flexible working arrangements available.

What we're looking for

We think candidates with the following experience and qualifications are likely to succeed as a Paralegal.

That said, if you don’t think you meet all of the criteria below but still are interested in the job, please apply. Nobody checks every box – we’re looking for candidates that are particularly strong in a few areas and have some interest and capabilities in others.

We’re looking for the following experience and qualifications:

  • Honours degree;
  • Legal practice course;
  • Experience as a paralegal either in a law firm or in-house;
  • Experience in using full suite of Microsoft systems (outlook, word, excel).

The jobholder will need to have the following key personal skills and attributes to perform successfully in this role:

  • Excellent written and communication skills;
  • Strong planning and organisational skills, with the ability to manage multiple, simultaneous projects;
  • High attention to detail and good research skills;
  • An ability to work unsupervised and meet strict deadlines.

Candidates must have permission to work in the UK by the start of their employment. 

Our benefits

We offer thoughtful, balanced rewards and support to help our people do their best work and live their lives outside it, this includes but is not exhaustive of:

  • 25 days holiday per year in addition to bank holidays (+1 day for every year of service up to a maximum of 30 days in total);
  • Hybrid working and flexible working hours;
  • Matching pension contribution up to 7% (up to a maximum of 14% combined), and financial education;
  • Life Insurance 4X Annual salary.
Parental Support:
  • Fertility treatment leave – 5 days of leave per cycle of treatment per year;
  • Maternity leave – 26 weeks of full pay followed by 13 weeks of half pay;
  • Paternity leave – 6 weeks of full pay.
Various Health and Medical Benefits including:
  • Private dental and medical insurance (taxable benefit) for you and your family;
  • Virtual GP for you and your family members that live in the same household;
  • Various gym discounts for you and your partner;
  • EAP programme for you and your immediate family;
  • Free access to the world-famous mindfulness app
The role will be based in our London office. However, we have flexible working arrangements available.

The application process

To apply for this role, please email your CV and cover letter to

Applications which do not include a CV and cover letter will not be considered.

The application process will include:

  1. A preliminary call which will be a chance for you to find out more about S-RM and the role.
  2. First-stage interview discussing your previous legal experience.
  3. Second-stage interview looking at you broader competencies.

We nurture a culture of equality, diversity and inclusion and we are dedicated to developing a workforce that displays a variety of talents, experiences and perspectives.