Excellent Private Client vacancy with lovely firm - Somerset

Recruiter
Location
England, Somerset
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
28 Jul 2017
Closes
25 Aug 2017
Ref
MGJ275690
Contact
Matthew Goodwin
Sector/Practice Area
Private Client
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Permanent

NEW - an excellent new Private Client vacancy with this really lovely firm in Somerset, who are ideally looking for a broadly experienced Private Client lawyer with perhaps at least a year or two of strong, relevant experience to join their already high profile and very successful team.


You will be a qualified solicitor, legal executive, or STEP accredited practitioner and will be able to offer good experience across a range of wills, powers of attorney and estate and deputyship administration. You will be joining an excellent team and further training and support will be on hand to help you develop and to help you assist the team continue to grow and expand on all their core areas of work.


In terms of culture and work environment our client is a smaller to mid-sized practice so everyone gets on and pulls together so personality and a good teamwork ethos is as important as your skills and work ethic. They don't have a long hours culture, far from it. The emphasis is placed firmly on getting to know your clients and giving them the best service possible.


There is a strong salary and benefits package on offer, certainly competitive for the Somerset area.


For more information about this position, in confidence, please contact Matthew Goodwin at Chadwick Nott.


0117 9171872


07775 853338


matthewgoodwin@chadwicknott.co.uk

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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