£35 - £44 per hour
6 months ago
A highly-regarded Public Sector client is seeking an Employment Lawyer to join them on a part-time basis working remotely.
This assignment will be on a 3 month contract and will require the successful candidate to work 8 hours per week.
Our client is looking for someone with hands on legal experience who has a good knowledge of employment law, in particular the legal framework surrounding harassment and discrimination. The successful Employment Lawyer will apply their expertise to improve processes surrounding harassment and discrimination claims by designing new policies and procedures in an end-to-end process.
- Make a difference whilst working on an interesting project
- Flexible, part-time hours - perfect for someone who is looking to pick up extra work or part-time work alongside other commitments
- Highly competitive pay rate
- Gain experience within a public sector organisation
We are looking for the successful Employment Lawyer to start as soon as possible. This role would suit someone who has worked in public sector or higher education institution. As the role is remote working this is suitable for someone living anywhere in the country.
We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to be considered for short listing. Alternatively should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying please contact Rayhaneh Tehrani in our Manchester office for a confidential discussion.
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