Employment Solicitor

7 days left

£40000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
16 Apr 2021
14 May 2021
Stephen Chantry
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time
A leading commercial focused Legal 500 Law Firm in Luton is looking to recruit an Employment Solicitor, circa 2/3 years PQE, to join its fast expanding team.

You will ideally be experienced in a broad range of respondent matters, from general employment advice to large SMEs and PLCs as well as some national and FTSE 350 clients. Aside from this there is also an interest in candidates with director level employee work. This is a long-standing client with a strong reputation for staff retention and promotion.

You will be dealing with matters such as settlement agreements, redundancy scenarios, employment contract drafting, and also some HR and benefits matters for larger commercial clients. You will be expected to promote the firm to existing and new clients and be required to assist in the general marketing of your firm. You will ideally have exposure to a leading AIM Listed FTSE 350 and PLC client base as well as a wealth of exposure to SME and owner managed businesses.

The role presents a great opportunity to be part of a successful and established Legal 500 firm, headed by a highly regarded and dynamic partner. You will be offered an above market rate salary and bonus, plus a raft of benefits that make this a regionally leading package.

If you are looking to continue to develop your employment law work and also further develop your network of clients within the Home Counties market, apply now or call Stephen Chantry for a confidential chat.

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