In-house Employment Lawyer
A leading Children's charity is looking for an Employment Lawyer to work as part of their In-house team on a fixed term basis. The role would suit someone with a respondent background that is comfortable working in an autonomous environment. The role is offered on a 12-month fixed contract and salary is dependent on individual experience.
This well known and long-established Children's charity runs over 200 children's centres in England alone and works with more than 90,000 vulnerable children and their families. They partner with local authorities, provide emergency accommodation, run mother and baby unites, facilitate fostering and adoption programmes, and lobby for change.
The small and collaborative In-house legal team advises the business on a broad range of legal issues, and the Employment Lawyer will work in an autonomous and broad role, reporting into the General Counsel.
Applications are invited from Employment Lawyers, ideally with significant respondent experience, with more than 4 years PQE. Candidates will preferably have some In-house experience although those from Private Practice will also be considered. This is a fixed term contract for 12 months.
This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced Employment Lawyer to join the In-house team of a leading Children's Charity based in London. Please send your CV for immediate consideration.
Please contact Olivia Collicott, Recruitment Consultant - In House, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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