Employment Solicitor (NQ)
Salary £40,000 - £42,000 per annum
Consultant Katie Plant
Date posted 05 July 201811 Slingsby Place, St Martin's Courtyard London, WC2E 9AB Robert Walters United Kingdom
A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious and driven Employment Solicitor who is looking to secure an NQ position with a top tier law firm in Manchester city centre. The role offers the opportunity to work as part of a team of astute lawyers who have a fantastic reputation in the market. Competitive salary with benefits offered.
About the role
The Employment team carry out a good mix of contentious and non-contentious employment matters for respondent clients. Daily work of the Employment Solicitor will involve advising on a range of issues including employment tribunal and litigation proceedings, mediation, discrimination, whistleblowing, TUPE and the drafting of various employment documentation.
Applications will be considered from Employment Solicitors who are looking to qualify/qualified into Employment law with a minimum of six months experience in an employment seat during their training contract however candidates with more experience will also be strongly considered up to 2 years PQE.
It is paramount that you are able to demonstrate the desired attributes which include excellent interpersonal and communication skills, problem-solving and negotiation skills and commercial acumen. This firm are looking for an independent thinker with an enthusiastic attitude and a strong ambition for career development.
About the firm
This firm are very well regarded in the Northwest with a strong presence the Employment team is highly regarded in the directories for the quality of its work and experts in the team. The firm has a reputation in Manchester for encouraging a friendly and supportive environment and juniors are encouraged to take a key role in files with responsibility being given from day one.
To be considered for this opportunity immediately please forward your CV or contact me for a confidential discussion.