Construction Solicitor

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£64000 - £70000 per annum Negotiable, flexible working

Managing this role

Rebecca Smith

Senior Consultant 020 7759 7959

Construction Solicitor (1-3 years PQE)

London - Salary £64k - £70k DOE

Our client, a leading law firm based in a beautiful part of London are looking to recruit a Construction Solicitor to expand their already established Construction offering due to client demand and growth.

The position will suit a Solicitor with circa 1-3 years PQE who can deal with busy caseloads of non-contentious construction matters from inception to completion. You will deal with a wide range of clients including, funds, developers and other institutional investors, occupiers and high net worth individuals.

The successful candidate will be working alongside a dedicated and hardworking team consisting of three Partners and six Fee Earners, therefore benefiting from fantastic support. The team have extensive knowledge in their specialism and deliver consistently high-quality commercial advice.

The firm has an excellent reputation in London and pride themselves on providing the highest quality service to their loyal client base whilst being enthusiast and forward thinking in everything they do. Additionally, the firm have a positive outlook and provide flexibility for their staff, making it a lovely place to work.

Due to the nature of the role and the firm, it is essential you have previous experience working at a top 50 city law firm.

A generous salary of £64k - £70k dependent on experience is on offer, alongside flexible working for the right candidate.

The firm are based in a large, charming building, walking distance to the nearest station.

To be considered for this opportunity please contact Birchrose Associates for a confidential discussion.

Birchrose Associates, trading name of Huntress Search Ltd, acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.

PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.