PDL Tax & Trusts -Home Based and Flexible Working Available

Expiring today

Location
England, London
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
25 Mar 2021
Closes
22 Apr 2021
Ref
JWJ921938473
Contact
Jennifer Wellspeak
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A Tax & Trusts Professional Development Lawyer (PDL) Opportunity - Home Based and Flexible Working Available

Our client, a well regarded national firm, have a fantastic opportunity for a Tax and Trusts lawer to join them as a Professional Development Lawyer.

This role can accomodate flexible working iniatives and will allow you to work from home most days

The ideal candidate for this role will have a minimum of 4-5 years PQE in Tax and Trusts law. Previous PDL experience is a bonus, but is not essential. The role would sit within the firm's wider knowledge management team and is offered a great deal of support within that environment.

In this role you will be involved with horizon scanning, writing precedents and training programs. The firm handles a wide variety of Tax and Trust matters including:
- Inheritance Tax Planning
- International Estate Planning
- Trusts and Wealth Management

You would need to travel to the office for training sessions and away days, so being within commuting distance of London, Manchester or Leeds is advisable, but if you don't mind a longer commute on occassion, you can be based anywhere in the UK.

Salary expectations for this role are £65K-£75K depending on your level of experience.

 

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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