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Zest Recruitment and Consultancy LLP
Salary: 20,000-40,000
Company benefits: Flexible working hours, Life insurance, Pension scheme, Daycare/Childcare vouchers
Location: Reading, South West, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Cardiff
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Newly Qualified, PQE 2, PQE 3, Non-qualified
Contact: Recruitment
Sector: Personal Injury, Litigation, Industrial Disease, NIHL
Category: Legal Executive Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

An Investors in People Gold firm are seeking enthusiastic and ambitious Solicitor, Legal Executives and fee earners with experience of managing their own caseload of primarily litigated Noise Induced Hearing Loss ("NIHL") claims; the team, a mixture of Solicitor and fee earners also handle claims with a broader profile of cases to cover asbestos related injuries, Work Related Upper Limb ("WRULD"), Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome ("HAVS") and claims involving the Control of Hazardous Substance Regulations ("COSHH").

Technical capability along with attention to detail are key along with an ability to adopt a commercial (or pragmatic) perspective rather than an ‘academic’ approach to legal issues which is equally as important.

A confident communicator who can communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in written form is essential, along with excellent organisational skills and an ability to effectively prioritise and manage own workload. This role requires the successful applicant to be change and team orientated.

An ability to hit, maintain and apply a consistent approach to targets and requirements of the role enables the successful candidate to qualify for the rewarding bonus structure on offer.

This is a superb career move for an ambitious legal executive or Solicitor who wishes to work for one of the leading firms in Bristol defending occupational illness cases.


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