Care Solicitor

England, London
£35000 - £45000 per annum + Depending on experience
29 Sep 2016
20 Oct 2016
Amy Bullock
Job Title
Practice Area
Family / Matrimonial
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client, a well-respected firm based in South-East London is proud to offer a high quality legal service to a diverse range of clients. Due to their recent and continued success this firm is looking to recruit a Care Solicitor to join their busy and thriving team on a full time permanent basis. The role would suit a Care Solicitor who is or is working towards Children's Panel membership and is looking to further their career within a supportive dedicated team.

This opportunity will allow the Care Solicitor to showcase their skills and talents buy running a caseload of 70% parent matters, 30% guardian matters and some injunction work. Due to the nature of this role the Care Solicitor must have a passion for advocacy and is up to date within the changes in law. Applications for this Care Solicitor position will be considered from qualified solicitors with at least 3 years' PQE who has a strong background of dealing with both privately and publically funded care matters. Ideally the Care Solicitor will be proactive, willing to develop their own skills set and can be empathetic.

In return this firm is offering the successful Care Solicitor: a competitive salary, a large supportive team and a busy, friendly working environment. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and ambitious Care Solicitor to join this firm based in Catford on a full time permanent basis.

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