Debt Recovery Lawyer

11 Jun 2024
09 Jul 2024
Laura Smith
Job Title
Practice Area
Debt Recovery
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Debt Recovery Lawyer

Remote working

Part-time or full-time

Our client, a Local Authority, is seeking a Civil Litigation Lawyer to join their Legal Services team on a part-time or full-time basis to manage a caseload of adult social care debt recovery matters.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a small, friendly and supportive team. Whilst occasional office attendance would be preferred, the successful candidate would be able to undertake this role on a fully remote working basis.

This opportunity for a Lawyer with experience in adult social care debt recovery is anticipated to be ongoing for at least 6 months. Part-time or full-time working hours will be considered.

Previous experience in managing a caseload of adult social care debt recovery matters is required.

How to apply for the Debt Recovery Lawyer role:

For more information or to apply for the Debt Recovery Lawyer, contact Laura Smith in the Sellick Partnership Manchester office.

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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