Employment Lawyer: Home Working Role

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
07 Jun 2024
05 Jul 2024
Oliver Gibbon
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Your new company

This law firm has a strong reputation for its employment work.

Your new role

This home working employment solicitor role will see you join a successful team that goes from strength to strength. You will work on a mix of advisory and contentious work for respondent clients. The role will see you work closely with clients, managing a number of key relationships as well as supervising and mentoring more junior fee earners.

What you'll need to succeed

You should be an experienced employment lawyer operating at Senior Associate or Legal Director level. You will have good technical skills as well as the ability to forge effective and long-term relationships with clients.

What you'll get in return

This is an excellent home working employment solicitor role where you can enjoy working within a truly progressive law firm. The quality of work is first rate and there are genuine opportunities to progress your career. The role offers a generous remuneration package that is negotiable depending on your experience.

What you need to do now

If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion about your career.

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