Multi Track Lawyer

£30,000 - £39,999
30 Nov 2017
13 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Exciting opportunity for experienced credit hire solicitor to take on senior position in top law firm

Your new company

This defendant firm has gone from strength to strength in recent years and is regarded as a market leader. iT has a national presence and diverse client base.

Your new role

Within this role you will provide support to the complex credit hire unit. You will be required to work directly with the business unit director and technical director. You will be responsible for the supervision, mentoring and coaching of junior individual complex credit hire fee earners and have responsibilities in driving policies and strategies to support the technical progression of fee earners. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to take on multi track work and assist with the progression of other team members.

What you'll need to succeed

You must have experience in credit hire (claimant or defendant) and have worked on multi track matters. You will also ideally have experience in supervising / mentoring junior members of staff. You will have good communication skills and an eye for business development. This opportunity is available for qualified or non qualified solicitors - providing you have sufficient, relevant experience.

What you'll get in return

You will receive an excellent salary and benefits package. Flexible working and agile working is available for this role.

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