£40 - £45 per hour
about 2 months ago
Housing Disrepair Litigation Lawyer
£40 - £45 per hour
Full-time / Part Time
If you're an experienced Housing Lawyer looking for a change from your general housing litigation workload, Sellick Partnership are working with a highly regarded Local Council to join their team as a Specialist Disrepair Litigation Lawyer.
You will be given the opportunity to work on an entirely remote working basis, on a locum initial 3 month contract with a strong likelihood of extension, and possibility of becoming permanent. This role is paying between £40 - £45 umbrella rate per hour.
Key responsibilities of the Disrepair Litigation Lawyer:
- Handling a caseload of Disrepair matters
- Working closely with internal client department
- Being proactive in the improvement of processes
The client is happy to consider Housing Lawyers from both public sector and private practice background. You do not need to have worked as a Specialist Disrepair Litigation Lawyer previously, but a good knowledge of disrepair is essential.
- Flexible working
- Competitive hourly rate
- On-going contract with opportunity to become permanent
If you believe you have the necessary skills for this opportunity, please apply now as they are looking for somebody to start with them as soon as possible. Please apply through the link, or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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