Private Client Solicitor

2 days left

Location
Telford
Salary
£35k - 45k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
21 May 2024
Closes
18 Jun 2024
Ref
1503993-3-RH-21
Contact
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A fantastic position has arisen for a Private Client Solicitor/Legal Executive to join a reputable Shropshire based firm based in its Telford office.  The firm offers one day a week of home working, flexibility in working hours and plenty of secretarial support. 

The Role:

This multi-site firm is looking ideally for somebody to be based out of its Telford office with the ability to hit the ground running on a full and diverse Private Client caseload. This role offers plenty of client contact, good quality work and a supportive working environment. 

The Person :

Our client is keeping this private client solicitor position open on level. The firm will consider anybody junior who is running a small caseload or will consider somebody at the more senior level and can adjust the caseload accordingly.

  • You will be a qualified Solicitor/Legal Executive
  • Be local to Telford
  • Ability to handle your own cases and see clients without support

On Offer:

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Private Client Solicitor/Legal Executive to join a large, collegiate team within a firm that can offer flexibility, progression prospects and a competitive salary.

Apply :

If you are interested in this Private Client Solicitor role, apply online with your updated CV via the link, or contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal for immediate consideration today!

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