NQ PROPERTY SOLICITOR | INTERNATIONAL COMPANY | £50K+ | GLASGOW

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Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Scotland
Salary
£50000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Pension; Share-scheme; private medical
Posted
21 May 2024
Closes
18 Jun 2024
Ref
BH-45400
Contact
Dominic Roberts
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

NQ PROPERTY SOLICITOR | INTERNATIONAL COMPANY | £50K+ | GLASGOW

For the NQ Solicitors (and those due to qualify in August/September 2024) in my network, who know they want something different on qualification.

My client – an international energy company – are looking for an NQ to join their inhouse property legal team, based in their Glasgow office.

Ideally you will have completed a seat in any of property (residential, commercial, or agricultural) planning or projects/construction during your Traineeship, but this is not essential. My client are much more interested in candidates who are keen to develop a career inhouse in a dynamic environment.

Why should you apply?

Easy – this is an opportunity to hitch your wagon to a rocketship, and begin your career with an international company at the forefront of the clean energy revolution, handling the most exciting work flowing through Scotland. If you start your career with this company and with this team, in five years’ time you’ll have the most in-demand skillset in the Scottish legal market.

Market leading benefits package including 36 days’ annual leave, incredible pension scheme, share plans, company car scheme and private medical insurance.
 

 

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