Employment Incentives Lawyer

Recruiter
Thomson LRC
Location
Edinburgh
Salary
Excellent Salary + Benefits
Posted
27 Apr 2021
Closes
25 May 2021
Ref
TLRC542
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Corporate, Employment
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A leading UK law firm has an interesting new opportunity for a specialist Employment Incentives Lawyer to join their team based in Edinburgh for a full-time, permanent role. The Lawyer will be working as part of a wider Employee Incentives Group and the firm are interested in speaking with Employment Lawyers looking to specialise in this area and Corporate Lawyers interested in making a change in direction into a client-facing transactional role.

Role Profile

Key duties of the Employment Incentives Lawyer will include:

  • Advising on all aspects of the design, implementation and operation of reward structures and equity incentive plans.
  • Advising remuneration committees on management incentive issues.

About You

Your background does not need to be in employment/incentives. Candidates with transactional corporate backgrounds are also invited to apply as full training and development will be provided. However, you should be:

  • A commercially minded lawyer with excellent interpersonal and client management skills.
  • Flexible, adaptable, and interested in taking on a challenging role in a growing practice group.

On Offer

On offer for the Employee Incentives Lawyer will be a highly competitive salary and benefits package. 

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If you wish to discuss this Employment Incentives Lawyer role in greater detail, please submit your application today.

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