This is a fantastic role with a well-regarded specialist personal injury claims firm based in Didsbury, South Manchester.
The firm is widely regarded as a pioneer in personal injury, having reshaped PI law in the UK by setting benchmark cases in the field – so this is a great place to continue your career and work with the best in their field.
This role would really suit someone local to the Didsbury or South Manchester area looking for a shorter commute, but you’ll also be able to work one day from home per week following your training period.
You will not find a high-volume or target-driven environment here – rather, the firm takes an employee and client-centric approach. You’ll be running 90 EL/PL/OL files running from end to end, all top quality, fast-track work.
The firm would welcome a qualified solicitor, ILEX or paralegal, but the right candidate will have at least two years of personal injury litigation experience, which must include some EL/PL experience.
How to apply for this El/PL Fee Earner 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 Joseph Shenton at Realm Recruit.
Joseph is a Principal Consultant at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of personal injury and clinical negligence lawyers. He works with solicitors and fee-earners at all levels matching them with personal injury firms across Manchester, the North West and Yorkshire. If you are looking for a new personal injury job, Joseph is ready to help you find the right role
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