A well-established and down-to-earth law firm are looking to take on an experienced Care Paralegal.
The firm are well known for their legal aid funded work, including care proceedings, and have a dedicated childcare team.
They offer fantastic work-life balance and they’re also big believers in supporting the personal growth and career progression of their employees.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Care Paralegal looking to develop a career in childcare law and be part of a specialist team.
Care Paralegal – Crewe
A well-established regional firm with offices in Cheshire and Staffordshire
The firm are a Member of the Law Society's Childcare and Advanced Family Panels
They have a friendly and tight-knit team and a culture that supports and encourages employee development
Commutable from Crewe, Nantwich, Stoke-on-Trent, Whitchurch and Stafford
Added extras and benefits
A Care Paralegal with a minimum of 1 years’ experience assisting/running their own care files.
You will have strong academics
You will have a genuine passion for family law
You will work well on your own and in a team
You will have a down-to-earth personality
How to apply for this Care Paralegal role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above.
Paula is a Principal Consultant here at Realm and our family recruitment specialist. She works with family solicitors at all levels and has connections with family departments across the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands. As a result of her in-depth knowledge of the family law market, she is perfectly placed to help you take your next step.
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