Personal Injury Litigation Executive/Solicitor

Greater Manchester
£23000 - £30000 per annum
06 Oct 2016
03 Nov 2016
Saaima Patel
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time
REF: SP690

I am currently working with a newly established law firm based in South Manchester who, due to expansion, are now looking for a Personal Injury Litigation Executive or Solicitor to join their Personal Injury team. My client offers a modern working environment based on a business park with great motorway links.

The ideal candidate will be able to handle litigated cases and possess RTA, Credit Hire or any other personal injury experience. If you have the required skills and experience and believe you will be a valuable asset to the firm, then my client encourages you to apply for this amazing opportunity to progress your career within the Personal Injury sector

Required Skills & Experience:
• You will be a qualified or unqualified solicitor
• Ability to deal with litigated cases
• Experience dealing with Personal Injury cases is highly desirable, however, experience dealing with Accidents at work and ELPL matters would be considered
• Desire to progress your career within the Personal Injury sector

Vacancy Information:
• Location: Greater Manchester
• Salary range (DOE): £23,000 - £30,000
• Job type: Permanent
• Working Hours: Monday - Friday (full-time)
• Date: 04-10-2016
• Reference: SP690

To register your interest for this Vacancy, please select the Apply button below. Your C.V. is kept in the strictest of confidence and no details are divulged to any external parties. Should you require a discreet conversation, feel free to call Saaima Patel (Manchester) who is able to provide further information and benefits on this Vacancy.

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