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Employment Associate

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Location London , London
Sector Legal
Salary £65,000 - £85,000 Per Annum
Type Permanent
Consultant Naika Quinones
Ref 58908

Our client is a full-service commercial law firm who handles business law within the UK and internationally. They are one of the few practices outside of the ‘magic circle’ that have the covetable status of being the preferred lawyers of major FTSE 250 companies.


The Opportunity:

An exciting opportunity for a highly skilled Employment Solicitor has arisen to work within this excellent practice. Your work will consist of risk management across the spectrum of Employment matters as well as Employment Tribunal Litigation. As a senior Solicitor, you will also have the opportunity to shape your client base by undertaking in a well-supported business development strategy. In addition to a competitive salary, you will receive excellent benefits including 27 days of holidays, a performance-based bonus scheme amongst other things.


What’s needed for me to be considered?

  • Be a UK qualified Solicitor of at least 3 years PQE with your training and experience gained from a comparable regional/City practice.
  • Strong academics with a minimum of 2:1 in your undergraduate degree
  • Comprehensive practical knowledge of Employment Law with experience in risk advisory and Tribunal Litigation.
  • Be a collaborative and hard-working team player.


What next?

Apply today to be considered for this opportunity.  If suitable, one of our specialist consultants will be in contact to discuss the opportunity with you in detail prior to submitting your CV to the client.  In this discussion we will aim to identify your specific skills and motivations, and where appropriate recommend other relevant opportunities to you that match your requirements.


Additionally, refer a friend or colleague to us and receive £200 in vouchers if we assist them in securing a new career.


Job Synonyms: Employment Solicitor, Employment Associate, Whistleblowing, Employee Incentives, Board Disputes, TUPE, Unlawful Discrimination