Job Description

Our award-winning client are looking for aspiring solicitors with a passion for Employment Law to join their business on a fantastic opportunity for a Training Contract. Our client are part of a global group, who are experts within their field. During the training contract, you'll have seats within various areas of the business, including one within the Law Firm that forms part of the group.

  • Employment Law Advice
  • Legal Services
  • Credit Control
  • In House Legal
  • Commercial Law Firm

This is an opportunity for any individual who has completed their LPC and is looking to specialise within Employment Law and build their experience within a team of experienced solicitors. During this time you will complete your PQE, which will last 2 years.

On the Training Contract, your key duties/tasks include:

  • To work across 5 seats across the business under professional supervision with a guaranteed position within a thriving legal team upon completion.
  • Exposure of commercial, and civil litigation - In house legal, acquisitions tenders and tribunals
  • Assistance in employment law matters including TUPE, Data Access, and Health and Safety

Person Specification:

  • LPC Qualified.
  • Excellent communication skills, problem solving and an ability to communicate with Key stakeholders throughout the business
  • Commercially Minded.

In return, you'll be rewarded with a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • 25 Holidays + Bank Holidays (increases with service)
  • Day off on your Birthday
  • Annual Profit Share Scheme/ Bonus
  • Christmas Bonus after 3 years
  • Contributory Pension Scheme (% increases with service)
  • Private Health Insurance after 5 years

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