Head of Private Client

Head of Private Client

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  • Sector:

    Legal, Private Client

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  • Salary:

    £50,000 - £60,000

  • Contact:

    Clare Smith

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  • Published:

    11 months ago

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A Senior Private Client Solicitor is required for a fantastic opportunity with a well-established regional firm to join as Head of the already successful Private Client Department.  The salary on offer is negotiable and competitive, dependent on experience and there will be a clear route to Partnership set out for the right candidate.

The firm are well established and have a regional, as well as a Manchester City Centre office.  They offer a wide range of legal services for both individuals and businesses including private client, family, employment, property, employment, dispute resolution, corporate and commercial.  As Head of the Private Client team, you can be based in Manchester albeit, travel to other office will be necessary to meet clients when required.

You will join as the overall Head of Private Client managing a small team as well as working on a mixed caseload of Private Client matters.  It is expected that you will have strong Private Client experience as well as a keen interest in Business Development to further strengthen the department. 

Applications are invited from experienced Private Client Solicitors or Legal Executives who have at least 5 years’ experience of Private Client including knowledge of Wills and Probate, Tax, Trusts and Powers of Attorney.  STEP membership is desirable.

This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious Private Client Solicitor to join a well-established firm as Head of Department and really propel your career to the next level.  The firm are experiencing a period of growth at present and so, in terms of career progression and opportunities they certainly exist here.

Apply now for immediate feedback.  Contact Kingsley today for more Partner, Solicitor, Associate and Paralegal opportunities across the North West.