Are you a pensions solicitor currently operating at assistant level or newly qualified and considering a new role?
Are you considering a role in either Edinburgh or Glasgow? If so, then please do read on.
Ideally you will have some experience of working within a pensions setting and have a demonstrable background of working for the private, public and third sectors.
You will take on an varied caseload of pension matters including advising both trustees and employers of private sector pension schemes as well as public sector funds on a wide range of funding and regulatory matters.
This role will require you to slot into an increasingly busy team, but one able to you offer you the mentoring needed to become a specialist in an increasingly competitive area of law.
With pensions incredibly buoyant and a major growth area for my top tier, leading UK client, both Scottish qualified and cross border candidates can be considered for this role.
With pensions roles rare, mainly due to the fact that people have a tendency to remain in these roles long term, I appreciate that you may not have seriously considered leaving your current firm to date. That being said, my client would like the opportunity to explain why they feel a role with them would be a real step up for any ambitious solicitor and what they can offer that cannot be found at a similar corporate/commercial firm.
For additional details on this role please do not hesitate to contact Neil Campbell at QED Legal via the details provided.
I look forward to hearing from you.