Employment Solicitor

27 Apr 2021
25 May 2021
Paul Norman
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
Opportunity with an award-winning Legal 500 firm looking for an Employment Solicitor to join its high performing team in Exeter. 

You will be a solicitor from 1-5 years' PQE who wants to join a team that works on high value contentious and non-contentious work. You'll be providing expert advice to a range of clients, including employers and senior employees, dealing with high quality and high value work. 

You will be operating at a junior-mid level or equivalent and will have relevant experience in employment matters and an interest in expanding and developing your practice and client base. This role would be suited to a solicitor who is a strong communicator and has the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.

Both Solicitors and Legal Executives with at least 1 years' experience will be considered. 

Your caseload will include advising on both contentious and non-contentious matters, including settlement agreements, employment tribunals, general HR advice to businesses and employment support on corporate matters. Ideally you should have a strong employer focus. 

Progression opportunities, flexible benefits and an excellent salary are on offer at this forward-thinking firm. 

This is a full-time role, although flexibility can be given to work from home. 

Call us at G2 Legal for more information on this Employment Solicitor opening, or click apply to submit your CV. 

**Please note – salary is generated by G2 legal for guidance only**

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