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Head of Commercial - Will Consider Relocators

Posted 5 February by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment Easy Apply Ended

Head of Commercial

A highly ambitious Legal 500 Law in South Lincolnshire are looking to recruit a Head of Commercial due to retirement of the current Head of Commercial. Salary is up to £50K dependant on experience.

The firm have highly impressive growth plans as they as they continue to grow year on year due to their ongoing success and are well regarded for their quality work and work life balance as you would be expected to work Monday 9am till 5.30pm and if you did decide to work weekends you would be given time in lieu.

The firm are keen to hear from a minimum 2 years PQE Solicitors or ILEX with supervisory experience. The role offers a highly varied caseload as you would deal with Contentious and Non Contentious work as well as Commercial Property matters. It is not a requirement to have experience in all 3 areas but it is essential you are highly motivated and keen to grow the department.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast growing law firm who offer an excellent work life balance that will consider applicants willing to relocate to south Lincolnshire. Shortlisting now!!

Please contact Chris Hodgson, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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Required skills

  • Corporate
  • Commercial Property
  • Legal 500
  • Commmercial
  • Contentiouis
  • Non Contenious

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