NQ Employment Solicitor

Location
Tadley
Salary
£36k - 45k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
30 May 2024
Closes
27 Jun 2024
Ref
1508403-3-CRO-22
Contact
Chris Rodriguez
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you an NQ-2 years’ PQE Employment Solicitor looking for a new challenge when you qualify?

This established law firm in North Hampshire has a proven track record for success and is looking for an NQ-2 Employment Solicitor to join a busy Employment team handing both contentious and non-contentious matters for claimants and respondents.

You will be given the support to handling your own caseload that includes termination of Employment, disputes & employment tribunal claims, discrimination, bullying & harassment at work; employment contracts, redundancy and restructuring and reorganisation. The firm has an ambitious strategy and a strong management team to give you the right support required to climb the career ladder. 

Hybrid working will be offered to all staff.

 
Your role as an NQ-2 Employment Solicitor will involve: 

  • Handing your own caseload of contentious and non- contentious matters as well as supporting Partners in the team on complex cases
  • Technical excellence, handling both claimant and respondent employment matters
  • Being able to business develop and network, to gain new clients
  • A clear career path from the outset

My client is very eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible, so please contact Chris Rodriguez at G2 Legal discretely or send your CV confidentially by applying for this role online.

(Please note salary is just a guideline)

 

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