Unique Incentives & Employee Benefits Associate Job with this premier international firm in Bristol
Your new firm
A unique opportunity has arisen to join our premier international client within their market-leading Incentives team in Bristol.
Your new role
You will be advising on all aspects of employee benefits, including the design, implementation and communication of senior executive and employee incentive plans. You will be exposed to the establishment and operation of employee benefit trusts, executive tax, as well as corporate governance, regulatory and compliance matters.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be a recently qualified lawyer having trained with a highly respected City law firm, or large regional practice or accountancy firm. Ideally you will have specialised in this type of work or had some exposure in a corporate, tax or an employment role.
Any experience of handling HM Revenue & Customs approved schemes and unapproved arrangements, such as growth/freezer shares would be highly desirable.
What you'll get in return
You will be joining a supportive and collegiate firm with an award-winning career development programme. You will thrive within the firm working alongside experts in the field and high-quality clients. With an excellent career development programme in place, you will benefit from continuous training tailored to you and your career.
With both flexible and hybrid working options available, this is a great opportunity that would suit full or part-time lawyers, and those already in the Southwest or those looking to relocate to the Southwest in the future.
What you need to do now
If you are interested in this role or are looking for further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If this job isn't right for you but you are looking for a new job, please feel free to get in touch for a confidential discussion on your career.
We would expect a lawyer with the given PQE to have gained the level of experience required, but this does not preclude applications from those with more or less PQE.