If you're a Solicitor with experience of employment law, this is the perfect role for you. We're recruiting on behalf of a client looking for an Employment Solicitor to expand their Legal team in Manchester. This law firm role is on a full-time basis. It comes with a competitive starting salary and an excellent benefits package.
Your primary day to day will be to provide advice on a wide range of employment matters; delivering legal support across a wide range of employment matters including equality and discrimination. This will also touch disciplinary and grievance issues; reorganisations and redundancies; settlement agreements; restrictive covenants; TUPE and managing Tribunal claims.
Other Employment Law duties and responsibilities will include:
? Drafting, negotiating and interpreting contracts, agreements, policies and procedures
? Giving accurate, prompt, realistic and relevant advice in response to clients' enquiries
? Gaining an understanding of clients' needs and how to achieve them
? Assisting in the preparation of seminars and workshops and being present at such events
? Supporting marketing opportunities, including writing blogs and press releases, and networking
You will also be expected to keep abreast of changes in all relevant areas of legislation and case law and carry out legal research in the capacity of an Employment Solicitor.
What you'll need to progress in this Solicitor/lawyer role:
? A recognised Solicitor qualification with a practising legal certificate
? Previous experience in an employment law-related role
If you are interested in this Employment Solicitor job in Manchester, please contact us today for more information. While the COVID-19 lockdown lasts, interviews will be conducted online or by phone. Due to COVID-19 you'll only be expected and encouraged to return to your new office environment when it's deemed safe to do so. Your health and safety are of primary importance to Search Consultancy and our clients.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.