Housing Disrepair Solicitor/Fee Earner (Home based)

Location
England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle upon Tyne
Salary
£3000 - £42000 per annum
Posted
29 Apr 2021
Closes
27 May 2021
Ref
49617
Contact
Helen Watson
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Litigation
PQE Level
2-4
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

My client is an established and highly regarded law firm, and they are expanding into the area of Housing Disrepair, so are now seeking an experienced non qualified Fee Earner or Solicitor to assist with their expansion into this area.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a candidate that has housing disrepair experience, as they will have a pivotal role in the set up and expansion within this area.

Working alongside one of the firm's Partners, they will have a minimum of 1 years experience of dealing with housing disrepair claims, (preferably claimant experience although defendant can be considered), and they will be acting on behalf of the tenants.

This role can be either home or office based, so I welcome application from candidates who do not reside within the North East, or who would prefer not to travel into Newcastle.

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