Personal Injury Lawyer
Vacancy: Personal Injury Lawyer – Assistant Executive
Salary: £29,368 to £34,255
Closing date for applicants: 5 September 2017
Contract: 12 months Fixed Term Contract
With almost 800 staff and partners across a network of offices nationwide, we are the most experienced trade union, employment rights and claimant personal injury practice in the UK.
We have an enviable reputation for the results we get for our clients and the support, training and career development of our staff. We treat our people as we treat our clients – fairly, with honesty and as individuals.
At Thompsons, we expect interest and commitment to the work we do and a desire to do the very best we can for our clients.
This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious and highly motivated Assistant Executive. The role will involve managing a caseload which will include Fast track non-portal cases or fast track value disease cases (including portal), under supervision. You will also have sound theoretical knowledge of the work and an ability to conduct cases from beginning to end. We are looking for someone with experience of handling fast track PI claims including experience of the litigation process. In addition, you must have excellent communication and prioritisation skills and enjoy working as part of a team.
What We Offer
As well as a competitive salary we offer an extensive benefits package which includes contributory pension scheme, permanent health insurance, life assurance, 27 days annual leave (in addition to bank holidays), an Employee Assistance Programme, enhanced maternity and paternity pay, annual travel and parking loans, cycle to work scheme, financial assistance for professional development and much more. As an employer we are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive working environment where you can develop your career and achieve your personal best.
For a full job description and application form please visit our website.
Thompsons believes in equality and is an Equal Opportunities employer promoting diversity within the workplace.
No agencies please.