AGR Technical Estate Coordinator - Genealogy Research in Probate and Estate Administration



Title Research has over fifty-year’s heritage working with thousands of solicitors in the UK. We provide two core services to solicitors, specialist people tracing and asset repatriation services – both worldwide. We are different in our market place, priding ourselves in always maintaining the highest standards of quality and pricing transparency. We always do the right thing for our families and business partners.  


We are looking for a talented, dedicated and pro-active individual, with a passion for providing excellent customer service. You will be a highly skilled forensic and technical researcher, experienced in missing beneficiary and family tree reconstruction research.


This role is integral in our business; responsible for providing expert genealogic advice to clients and specialist support to other members of the team. The role requires a ‘can do’ attitude, great attention to detail, and a willingness to learn. We are busy and you will be busy - time management and organisation are key, whilst maintaining a friendly, helpful and positive approach in the office. 


Whilst professional experience is of high importance to us, of equal importance is finding the right candidates who are aligned with our culture. We uphold four core values and behaviours: Pro-activity, Professionalism, Pride and Politeness. The right candidates will recognise and uphold these values in all aspects of their work - inspiring their colleagues to do the same. 


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Staff Benefits:

  • Holiday entitlement of up to 24.5 days per year, increasing annually to a maximum of up to 29.5 - With the option to buy or sell 3 days per year 
  • Income protection insurance
  • Life assurance policy
  • Company pension (Matched contribution up to 5%)
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • EAP - Employee assistance programme - 24/7 support helpline  
  • Eye tests
  • Office fruit


Kings Court Trust wants to meet the aims and commitments set out in its equal opportunities policy statement. This includes not discriminating under the Equality Act 2010, and building an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity.


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