Employment Associate

5 days left

Location
Inverness
Salary
Competitive + Benefits
Posted
14 Apr 2021
Closes
12 May 2021
Ref
1038624-2-BH-15
Contact
Briony Hannah
Job Title
Associate
Practice Area
Employment
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This is an exciting opportunity for an employment law solicitor who is seeking a new and challenging role in Inverness to work closely with an experienced partner.

The successful Employment Solicitor will be advising and representing businesses and individual clients on a whole range of employment law matters, including employment contracts, performance and absence management, disciplinary and grievance procedures and all aspects of discrimination. Protecting businesses and their key personnel against potential claims, whether financial, reputational or personal, will also be a key part of the role.

You should be passionate about employment law, highly organised and have a keen eye for detail. Alongside proven HR and employment law experience, you will also demonstrate a proactive approach as well as the ability to work autonomously and meet tight deadlines. You must be two or more years post qualification to be considered for this role.

The firm is offering a competitive remuneration and benefits package. It is important for them to secure a solicitor who will be committed to on-going career development within the firm. Ideally you will reside in Inverness.

If you're an employment solicitor looking for a new role with an established Inverness firm, this is a chance not to be missed. Apply now or call Briony Hannah at G2 Legal for an initial discussion.

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