Karen has over 25 years experience in word processing, administrative, office management, customer service, secretarial and account management roles in various industries. A majority of that time has been spent in the legal industry ranging from very large organisations to sole practitioners.
All Complete Secretarial’s typists are qualified, experienced and have extensive legal knowledge. All our typists value commitment, loyalty and quality service.
Sue has over 30 years’ experience in secretarial and business studies. Sue commenced work in 1984 for the State Bank of NSW (later Colonial Bank) as a stenographer and later became a senior stenographer within the Bank. During this time Sue has extensive experience in the area of finance and conveyancing.
She remained working in the banking industry until leaving to spend time with her young family.
Whilst primarily involved in legal transcription in all areas of law, Sue also has experience with medical and dental notes and interview transcriptions. Sue has experience using the LEAP legal practice management software and Practice Works used by the dental industry.
Sonia started work when she was 17 (1977 in Sydney) at Waltons Insurance as a Receptionist and then after a year became Secretary to the National Sales Manager – stayed there for 3 years.
Employed at Howarths Accountants for 2 years as a Secretary to the Tax Partner.
Sonia travelled overseas to Europe for about 2 years and while there started temping in law firms doing Dictaphone typing.
Upon returning to Australia did some temping and then in 1987 got the job at Lamrocks Solicitors in Penrith as a word processing operator/Dictaphone typist.
While at Lamrocks I had the following jobs:
In 2007 Sonia was employed by Roche Diagnostics as an IT Help Desk Analyst Level II.
Returning to Lamrocks early 2009 commenced as a secretary to the personal injury partner and IT Manager – biggest achievement - project managing the latest large hardware and software upgrade during this time.
Started with Complete Secretarial in 2011.