Civil Litigation Solicitor

  • Job Reference: W/26134
  • Date Posted: 16 October 2020
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: Kent
  • Salary: £40,000 to £45,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Career Development
  • Sector: Civil Litigation
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Civil Litigation Solicitor
Kent, Southeast London
£40,000 - £45,000

Civil Litigation Solicitor – This is an excellent opportunity to join a firm with over 100 years of delivering legal advice to the local community.  They are known nationally for their debt recover work and due to continued growth are now seeking litigator to join their expanding team.

About the Role
Reporting to the head of the department you will be dealing with a busy caseload of debt recovery matters for range of clients, including, care homes, utility companies and property management organisations. Experience in disputes relating to breach of contract and insolvency matters would be highly beneficial.

Candidate Requirements
The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years’ experience and be able to exercise a previous record of:
-        Working under pressure
-        Working without any supervision
-        Effectively as part of a team
-        Have good communication skills

On offer
This is a very good opportunity to join a progressive, well managed firm with plenty of good will. They offer a competitive salary and good benefits package. They invest heavily in their staff and therefore you can develop quickly. Benefits include:
-        Profit Share Scheme
-        Your birthday off
-        Bupa Health Cash Plan
-        Pension
-        Death in Service Insurance
-        + extras

Apply now
For further information please contact Gavin Sladden, Andrew Bishop or submit your CV as directed below. All applications are dealt with in the strictest of confidence and firms will not be approached without your consent. We will hold your details on our data base until such time as you ask us to remove them. Please note that our advertisements use PQE levels and salary levels purely as a guide.