Private Client Solicitor

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
£55000 - £65000 per annum + additional benefits
07 Jun 2024
05 Jul 2024
Aimee Mann
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client, a full-service national law firm, is seeking a Private Client Solicitor with with 2+ years PQE to join their Private Client team in Manchester who are recongised by Chambers & Partners and Legal 500.

The Private Client department advises on a wide spectrum of private client matters which includes wills, probate, lasting Powers of Attorney, court of Protectio Estate planning, tax planning etc

Job Specific Skills and Competencies/Personal Qualities:

  • 2+ years PQE
  • Experience in dealing with a range of private client matters
  • Someone who is passionate about helping clients
  • Excellent organisational skill
  • Ability to keep calm and work to tight deadlines.

Employee Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Healthcare Cash Plan
  • Death in service benefit
  • Pension
  • Generous holidays

If you would like to hear more about this opportunity, please contact Aimee Mann at Sellick Partnership.

Sellick Partnership is proud to be an inclusive and accessible recruitment business and we support applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances. Please note, our advertisements use years' experience, hourly rates, and salary levels purely as a guide and we assess applications based on the experience and skills evidenced on the CV. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice on our website.

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