Pensions Partner

Manchester, Greater Manchester
09 Apr 2018
09 May 2018
Practice area
Pension law
Full time
Contract type

Pensions Partner – Manchester

PQE / Experience: 7+ years PQE

Commutable from: Chester, Altrincham, Warrington, Stockport

Salary: £70,000+

The company

Our client is an immensely ambitious Top 100 practice. They have really taken the initiative in recent years, diversifying into new practice areas, whilst growing already successful teams. As their reputation has grown, so too has the number of top calibre lawyers joining the firm, as well as its overall revenue. Not happy to rest on their laurels, the firm’s dynamic leadership team is set on 2016 being their biggest year of growth thus far.

The opportunity

You will come on board at Partner-level and be given the opportunity to sculpt and grow the firm’s pensions team in line with your vision. From the outset, you will be entrusted with a variety of work, including corporate support and pensions advisory matters. You will be supported as you seek to further develop the firm’s pensions offering, whilst taking advantage of a readily primed client base. 

The particulars

Ideal Candidate Criteria:

  • Pensions Solicitor
  • 7+ years experience
  • Expertise advising on a combination of contentious and non-contentious pensions matters; including corporate support, pensions schemes, auto-enrolment, regulatory matters

The next step

To register your interest in this Partner-level pensions solicitor vacancy, select the ‘APPLY NOW’ option. Alternatively email Duane at Realm Recruit.

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