Work from home as little or often as you like!
My client operates a consultancy fee sharing model. They have already attracted individuals who were frustrated with a lack of control or unhappy with the direction/constraints of their former firms. They did not want to, or could not afford to set up on their own.
The team are nimble and commercially minded, they offer a friendly service whilst upholding high standards of client care. They are growing fast and gaining momentum across sectors including commercial, dispute resolution, employment and family law.
They are now looking to increase headcount and add further specialist solicitors to the team. In particular applications are welcomed from solicitors who are experts in company commercial, commercial property and employment law.
In order to be considered, ultimately you should either have a client following and/or very established contacts within your market. You must be self supporting and able to generate your own income. It is likely you will have at least 6-8 years’ PQE as a qualified solicitor.
In this role you will advise your own client base, as well as follow up leads referred across from other consultants.
As a fee sharing consultant you will:
- Take home a minimum 70% of your fees
- Have your professional indemnity fees paid for
- Work when you want
- Work where you want
- Have no targets
- Earn money from work you refer to other consultants within the firm
- Earn money from other consultants you introduce to the firm
- Have access to a telephone answering service to field your calls if required
- Have an online case management system installed and training provided
- Have invoicing and credit control assistance
Ultimately you will have the freedom to work as little or as much as you like. Perhaps you have considered setting up as a sole practitioner but don't want to take on the compliance and insurance obligations? This could be a good fit for you.
Sound interesting? For more information about this freelance opportunity, give Paul Norman a call now on , or click on "apply now" and send your CV through for consideration.
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