Fed up of working in a firm where you are underappreciated and undervalued? Perhaps you may just feel like you need a new challenge?
If so, I have the pleasure of working with a refreshing legal practice in Liverpool that looks after its own staff and provides a friendly working environment.
This law firm offers a wide range of services for its clients, including family, PI, professional negligence, and employment law. As such, it can provide the right employment solicitor on Merseyside with a competitive salary and routes for progression, along with a raft of great benefits.
The ideal candidate will be newly qualified (NQ), or soon to be, with up to two years’ PQE. They will also have experience within employment law.
This employment solicitor role in Liverpool will involve handling a caseload of both claimant and respondent files, with contentious and non-contentious matters. The workload will also cover the following areas of employment law:
If you would like to find out more about this role, or other opportunities in the legal sector, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me today for a confidential chat. For more employment solicitor jobs in Liverpool, contact Kingsley.
Please contact Kelly Edwards to discuss this position in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
Kingsley is a specialist recruitment consultancy. The legal division has a diverse client base that includes medium-sized commercial practices, long-established civil practices, and niche boutiques through to larger regional commercial firms and top-ranked nationals. We enjoy what we do and we want others to relish working with us. We believe our clients and candidates need recruitment consultants that they can work with and trust. Kingsley also has dedicated teams that focus on engineering, property, architecture, and business support.
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