Private Client Solicitor

Location
Hereford & Worcestershire
Salary
£40000 - £50000 Per Annum
Posted
13 Apr 2018
Closes
11 May 2018
Ref
NES/6686550
Contact
Nik Stoate
Practice area
Private client
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Private Client Solicitor
Worcestershire, £40k to £50k, Excellent Prospects for Progression

Well respected firm offering competitive remuneration seeks talented Private Client Solicitor to join their team. This role offers excellent long term prospects for progression including the possibility of equity partnership.

The successful applicant will inherit a busy and varied caseload and deal with the full spectrum of private client work to include acting for HNW clients.

The firm has an excellent reputation in the local area due to their commitment to delivering the highest standards of client care. Their reputation attracts regular instruction from a range of clients and ensures that the post holder will have conduct of a full and stimulating caseload.

In order to be considered for this position your technical knowledge, practical abilities and client facing skills will be developed to a sophisticated level - commensurate with a 4 year + PQE solicitor.

A generous salary of up to £50,000 is earmarked for this position. Salary is negotiable and dependent on experience. Candidates seeking a higher salary will be considered on a case by case basis.

To apply for this vacancy please email your CV to solicitorjobs@venngroup.com or call Nik Stoate for a confidential discussion on 0121 616 0660.

Venn Group is an equal opportunities employment business and employment agency and welcomes applications from all candidates.

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