Are you looking for greater work life balance and escaping the City rat race? This Top 100 firm punch well above their weight, they have offices Nationally. They have the investment of a £1billion fund, this has allowed for significant growth. If you are seeking a forward-thinking, dynamic and well-managed practice that can offer you good support, investment and a growing national platform, then read on.
This firm is known both on the local and National level; they have a heritage spanning over 200 years. You will find a well-managed, highly profitable practice that is multi-service. They have grown significantly in recent years with the hire of over ten heavy hitting Partners. They have the backing of a significant investment which has allowed them to have key strategic growth. You will find that they have the funds to support marketing, and have recently overhauled their IT systems which have allowed fee earners to become more streamlined and increasing billings. The firm is due to propel into the Top 50 in the next 24 months. The firm has a lucrative bonus system that allows for you to increase your salary significantly. You will find a dynamic, forward-thinking and modern practice that has real spirit throughout their network of offices.
This is a great opportunity for an Associate/Partner looking to join a flourishing office in Oxford
The Commercial Property department deals with an excellent quality of work and they focus on delivering great service and adding real value to client's transactions.
The firm, of course, has an expectation of success, however, they are relaxed in their culture.
With this role, you can make your own successes. If you have areas that you would specifically like to work on then you are able to do so, though there will be a caseload upon starting the role. The role gives a high level of autonomy and the usual work offers real variety which is sure to keep your interest.
This is a very exciting opportunity for a Commercial Property Partner to join a leading organisation in a busy department in their Oxford office.