Job: Employment Solicitor

QED
Published
17th January 2023
Location
Leeds, United Kingdom
Category
Job Type
Type of Lawyer
  • Solicitor
Salary
£67000 - £72000 per annum
Work Hours
Full-time
Reference No:
BH-39877
Start Date
2023-01-17 00:00:00
Area of Law
  • Employment Law
Contact Email
graham@qedlegal.com
Contact
Graham Rawlinson
Contact Phone
0113 310 0013
Region
Yorkshire

Description

Employment Solicitor

Leeds

QED Legal are currently keen to speak with junior respondent Employment Solicitors who are looking for their next career move in Leeds.

A leading international practice in the city centre is looking for a technically strong Employment Lawyer around 2-4 years’ PQE to join their market leading team.

The team in Leeds is made up of 2 Partners, 3 Legal Directors, with a mix of Senior Associates and Associates making up the team plus support staff.

The work is a mix of high quality contentious and non-contentious advisory work, with the firm acting for a number of household national brands across a multitude of sectors.

The firm is well known for having a strong culture and despite being a large organisation it really does value its’ people. There is a low turnover of staff  and we very rarely see CVs from people looking to leave.

There is hybrid working here with 2 days minimum in the office, but a progressive attitude between being able to work remote.

There is pride here in the diversity and inclusion work the firm do. It isn’t just a buzzword for them with over 50% of the global board being either women or those from minority backgrounds, and so it filters from the top down.

Salary is highly competitive in the market up to circa £70k for the right candidate based on experience, + all the great benefits you would expect from working at an international practice.

If you would like to hear more about this opportunity please contact Graham Rawlinson at QED Legal for an informal and confidential chat
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