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3 months ago
RKRS Legal
Salary: £21000 per annum
Location: Preston
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Yaleena Jogee
Sector: RTA
Category: Fee Earner Jobs
REF: YJ961

I am currently working with a family run law firm based in Preston. Due to continued growth, the firm are now looking for an RTA Fee Earner to join their team on a permanent, full time basis.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum 12 months’ experience within Personal Injury in particular RTA matters and some light EL/PL experience. The successful candidate will also be able to manage their own caseload handling Litigation and Pre Litigation files. This is an excellent opportunity to join a friendly firm who will also offer a training contract to the right candidate.

Required Skills & Experience:
• Minimum 12 months’ experience within Personal Injury
• Experience with RTA and some light EL/PL
• Ability to manage your own caseload
• Pre Litigation and Litigation experience
• Strong communication and IT skills

Vacancy Information:
• Location: Preston
• Salary range (DOE): £21,000 + bonuses
• Job type: Permanent
• Working Hours: Monday – Friday (full-time)
• Reference: YJ961

To register your interest for this vacancy, please select the Apply button below. Your C.V. is kept in the strictest of confidence and no details are divulged to any external parties. Should you require a discreet conversation, feel free to call Yaleena Jogee (North West) who is able to provide further information and benefits on this vacancy.

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