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Applying for Legal Administrator

Location: Europe, the Middle East, and Africa / UK / Cambridge

Founded by mathematicians and cyber defense experts in 2013, Darktrace is a global leader in cyber security AI, delivering complete AI-powered solutions in its mission to free the world of cyber disruption. We protect more than 7,700 customers from the world’s most complex threats, including ransomware, cloud, and SaaS attacks.

Our roots lie deep in innovation. The Darktrace AI Research Centre based in Cambridge, UK, has conducted research establishing new thresholds in cyber security, with technology innovations backed by over 115 patents and pending applications. The company’s European R&D center is located in The Hague, Netherlands.

Headquartered in Cambridge, UK, Darktrace has more than 2,000 employees located across more than 100 countries. Customers include public sector agencies, education institutions, media, organizations supplying critical infrastructure, and businesses of all sizes worldwide.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast-growing company, named one of TIME magazine’s “Most Influential Companies” for 2021 and one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative AI Companies” in 2022. For more information on our cutting-edge technology, visit darktrace.com.

Legal Administrator

Darktrace, recently named one of Fast Company’s 50 ‘World’s Most Innovative Companies’, is currently expanding its legal organisation to accommodate a rapidly growing sales team, customer base and accelerating revenue.

Darktrace has an immediate opening in our Cambridge office for a Legal Administrator. This position offers significant potential, fast-paced career development, and numerous opportunities for personal achievement.

In this role as a Legal Administrator your responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting a global legal team based in the UK, US, Asia and Australia,
  • Working across customer contracts, processing marketing event agreements and quotes for vendors,
  • Liaising with finance, sales, IT and marketing teams as necessary, 
  • Maintaining an organised contracts archive, 
  • A variety of ad hoc duties as and when required to support the whole team
  • Availability out of office hours when required during busy periods

Requirements:

This role would suit a candidate who has previous administration experience and is looking to work in a fast-paced team. You will likely be:

  • Able to work independently on a variety of projects; ability to manage and prioritise multiple deadlines and work well under pressure
  • Decisive, hands-on and a keen problem solver, proactively looking for solutions to real world problems and scalable alternatives to current processes
  • Be reactive and able to drop what they are doing to carry out time sensitive tasks
  • Meticulous attention to detail, and ability to remain organised at all times
  • Excellent communication skills, including both oral and written
  • Must be comfortable interacting across all levels, including management, building relationships across teams and across our offices.