Thornton Legal have been instructed by one of the North West's most successful PI Firms to assist them in the recruitment of a Costs Negotiator.
The firm is willing to offer a salary of between £25,000 and £35,000 depending upon experience plus an incentivised bonus scheme based on recovery.
This role is that of a costs negotiator. It is not a drafting role. We are looking to speak to candidates who have a good costs knowledge and negotiating experience (need to be fully versed with the MOJ portal, arguments in respect of allocation to track, the fixed costs regime).
To be considered for this role you will have the following experience, knowledge, skills, and attributes;
An experienced costs lawyer/draftsman/negotiator.
At least 2 years' experience in PI based Costs Negotiation (RTA's)
Excellent interpersonal, influencing and communication skills
Experienced and proficient in the use of case management systems
Ability to work to tight deadlines and under own initiative
Joining this thriving firm, you'll be encouraged to develop your career further whilst utilising your expertise within a professional and productive working environment.
Salary: In excess of £30,000 for the right candidate.
Additional Benefits include: pension, generous holiday entitlement and bonus.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply through the advert or contact Joe Rees at Thornton Legal directly. All applications treated in strictest confidence.
Up to £250 paid in vouchers for successful referrals. Terms and conditions apply, please ask for details.
PQE and salary levels are for guidance only. All applications demonstrating the skills necessary to fulfil the role will be considered.
Thornton Legal has strong relationships with law firms of all sizes and specialisms, and helps build the careers of Solicitors and Paralegals across a broad range of experience levels. The team has over 20 years combined legal and recruitment experience with Nick qualifying as a Solicitor in 2003 and Joe working in the recruitment industry since 2005.