One of the leading specialist practices outside London is looking for a Court of Protection Costs Draftsman to join their specialist team
This role can be largely home working, just attending the office as and when required rather than a set day a week. Or you can be in the office more if you prefer, making this the perfect opportunity for a Court of Protection Costs Draftsman looking to add more flexibility to their work life.
Court of Protection Costs Draftsman - Yorkshire
The company & role
A down-to-earth, friendly firm with a family feel and a deep-rooted history
The firm is committed to continually training and developing its staff and strongly encourages career progression
Commutable from Sheffield, Leeds, Bradford, Rotherham, Manchester
Added extras and benefits
The ideal candidate
A Court of Protection Costs Draftsman
Will have an empathetic, personable, calm and caring nature
Excellent client care and communication skills
How to apply for this Court of Protection Costs Draftsman role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above. Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Kelly on 03300 245 606 or email email@example.com.
Kelly is a principal consultant here at Realm and works exclusively within private client and court of protection recruitment. She works with law firms of all sizes from private client boutiques to multi-service national firms. Kelly’s in-depth market knowledge and contacts enable her to match private client solicitors with the right firms and roles for them.
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