In-House Employment Counsel - fixed term contract - Manchester

Location
Greater Manchester (GB)
Salary
Competitive, salary will depend on experience level
Posted
15 May 2019
Closes
12 Jun 2019
Ref
AZ/TL/1140
Vacancy Type
Solicitors, In-House
Contract
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Practice Areas
Employment, General Employment
Experience Level
Junior Level, Mid Level, Senior Level

In-House Employment Counsel - fixed term contract - Manchester

An employment solicitor is required for a 12 month contract. This could be a good move for a solicitor making the move in-house for the first time, or somebody who has experience of working in an in-house legal team already. 

This role would involve a broad range of employment work for a large organisation, including contentious and non-contentious matters. You would be required to handle a case load of interesting tribunal work for the company, and work in partnership with the company's HR team. 

This company will consider applications on a full or part time basis, and can be flexible when it comes to an element of home working or a non traditional set up to suit the needs of an individual, as long as the work is done and the right experience is there. 

Salary is competitive and dependent on experience.

Please contact Adam Zdravkovic in the in-house division at Think Legal for further details and a confidential chat about your options. 

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