Employment Solicitor

£32,000 - £37,000
04 Oct 2017
10 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

We have the pleasure of working with this Legal 500 Law Firm who are looking to appoint an ambitious Employment Solicitor into their successful and growing Employment Team.

This firm have an excellent reputation within Employment matters, supporting claimants and individuals with both contentious and non-contentious Employment matters. You will be providing advice to executives and employees at all levels. This team have supported clients with many notable cases and come highly recommended.

Ideally you will be a Fully Qualified Solicitor with 1 year+ PQE (candidates with more experience that this please do still apply as there are more Senior opportunities available). It is essential that you have supported employers with a range of matters where you have managed your own caseload. This team are high performing and highly skilled so they are looking for ambitious and hard-working candidate to join their team. This Firm offer an excellent salary and benefits package including strong progression within the team.

To discuss this opportunity in more detail please contact me today for a confidential conversation.

Key Contact

Please contact Lauren Harrison to discuss this position in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

Kingsley is a specialist recruitment consultancy. The legal division has a diverse client base that includes medium sized commercial practices, long established civil practices and niche boutiques through to larger regional commercial firms and top ranked nationals. We enjoy what we do and we want others to enjoy working with us. We believe our clients and candidates need recruitment consultants they can work with and trust. Kingsley also has dedicated teams that focus on engineering, property and business support.

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