Role: Claimant Employment Solicitor
Location: Cheadle, Manchester
Salary: £30,000 – £40,00 (DOE)

CLAIMANT EMPLOYMENT SOLICITOR WANTED! 

Company:
Esteemed Solicitors Firm in Cheadle, Manchester.

Are you a passionate and diligent solicitor with experience in claimant employment? Are you looking to take a significant step in your career with a dynamic and forward-thinking firm?

The firm?

  • Renowned Reputation: They pride themselves on being a beacon of excellence in the legal sector with years of successful case histories.
  • Supportive Environment: Work in a cohesive team where your growth and professional development are of paramount importance.
  • Progressive Career Path: Unlock unlimited potential with opportunities for further development and progression.
  • Competitive Remuneration: Benefit from a salary that truly reflects your worth and experience.

What We’re Looking For:

  • Proven experience in handling claimant employment matters.
  • A dynamic individual with a flair for innovation and problem-solving.
  • An excellent communicator, both written and verbal.
  • Strong ethics and commitment to client confidentiality.
  • Membership in relevant professional bodies is a plus.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Represent clients in employment-related claims.
  • Stay updated with the ever-evolving employment laws and regulations.
  • Provide sound legal advice and maintain client relationships.
  • Collaborate with a dedicated team to achieve optimal client outcomes.

If you’re a self-motivated professional and believe you’re the right fit for this team, don’t miss this unique opportunity! Please contact Rob addy on 0114 2418030 or click apply today with your latest cv. 

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