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Sellick Partnership are seeking an experienced Education Lawyer to join the team of a large local authority in the North West on a locum basis. The role is expected to last at least 6 months initially, with a possibility of extension.
The Local Authority are looking for an experienced Education Lawyer who can hit the ground running and handle a caseload of education matters, including Special Educational Needs and complaints. This is an excellent opportunity for an Education Lawyer to work within a friendly and well respected team.
Local authority experience is preferable, but should the Education Lawyer have strong experience in education law from a different background, they will be considered.
This position offers remote working with some court attendance needed approximately 2-3 times a month. The successful Employment Lawyer will ideally be able to undertake this role on a full-time basis however part-time will also be considered.
We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to be considered for short listing. Alternatively should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying please contact Jennifer McPhail in our Manchester office for a confidential discussion.
Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances, including minorities and those with disabilities. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website.
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