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Personal Injury/ Industrial Disease Solicitor

This job is no longer available

Recruiter
eNL - North
Posted
07 June 2014
Closes
27 June 2014
Ref
MD8539A
Contact
Melanie Daly
Contract
Hours
Practice Areas
Experience Level
Salary
excellent

Further information


Industrial Disease Fee Earner- Greater Manchester


JOB TITLE: Industrial Disease Fee Earner
PQE: 1yr+
LOCATION: Greater Manchester
SALARY: £16-20k


THE ROLE:
This is a fantastic chance to work for a leading 500 firm based in Greater Manchester. The role on offer will require you to handle your own case load of litigated and portal industrial disease files.


THE CANDIDATE:
The successful industrial disease candidate will have at least 12 months industrial disease experience and applications are also sought from those who have NIHL and HAVS knowledge.


THE FIRM:
These opportunities will not be around for long and can offer fantastic career progression opportunities.

Contact Details:
If you would like further information or would be interested to apply for this vacancy please contact Melanie Daly at eNL on 0161 850 0745 or email Melanie. Daly@enllegal.co.uk. As part of our candidate care process we aim to respond to all applications within 7 working days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please go to http://www.enllegal.co.uk/candidate-registration.php to register your interest for similar positions.

eNL follow strict best practice recruitment guidelines monitored by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.

eNL - North

eNL’s Northern team manages the recruitment of legal staff across a variety of sectors. With a strong presence within the private practice market, we also boast specific expertise in relation to public sector and in-house appointments.