Employment Solicitor

Location
Bristol
Salary
£62k - 70k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
07 Jun 2024
Closes
05 Jul 2024
Ref
1514381-1-LS-23
Contact
Loraine Silvester
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A very successful law firm with a thriving employment department which is established with national and international reach. This employment solicitor position can be offered at associate or senior associate level, offering flexible and hybrid working options.

What will you do? 

  • Give a full range of good quality respondent employment advice to employers to include: 
  • A mixture of contentious & non contentious work 
  • Employment Tribunal Work, Equality & Discrimination 
  • Unfair/Wrongful Dismissal 
  • Disciplinary & Grievance 
  • TUPE, Maternity & Paternity, and Redundancy 
  • Settlement Agreements 
  • Give employment law training to managers and HR teams 

Benefits include:

  • Very competitive salary & bonuses 
  • Flexible & hybrid working options (Excellent flexibility given including weekly time out)   
  • Private medical insurance & Healthcare 
  • 28 days annual leave + paid sabbaticals    
  • A flexible reward scheme to suit you & your needs   

What will you need? 

  • At least 1 years’ experience as an employment solicitor or legal executive
  • Employment experience 
  • Ideally your experience should be from a respondent background, but this is not essential 

What next?  

  • Click on apply now to send your CV through for consideration 
  • Or call Loraine Silvester at G2 Legal for a confidential conversation about this employment solicitor vacancy and other vacancies in Bristol

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