More recent data collected by our team showed that May 2019 saw another leap in the number of jobs in the Employment practice area listed onsite. While month-on-month growth was modest at 6%, Employment law vacancies on TotallyLegal experienced significant annual uplift of 32%.
This is good news for the members of our audience specialising in Employment law – especially those currently in the market for a new job.
We have curated a few of the most interesting Employment law vacancies currently onsite to help kickstart your job hunt.
Legal Counsel | University of the Arts London
The University of the Arts London is looking for an Employment Lawyer to join their prestigious in-house team as Legal Counsel. Predominantly assisting the Human Resources department, your role will be varied with duties including contract drafting, advising on policies, training junior team members and much more.
In exchange for 4+ years of PQE and substantial Employment law experience, the Legal Counsel will benefit from a great work/life balance, generous pension scheme and competitive salary.
Paralegal | International law firm, London
Joining the London office of a reputable international firm, the successful Paralegal will assist with the preparation of legal arguments, applications, declarations and motions in a largely non-contentious role.
As the first Paralegal hired for this department, the team is ideally looking for someone with Employment Paralegal experience. However, inexperienced applicants with strong academics and demonstrable interest in Employment law are also invited to apply.
Employment Solicitor | City centre law firm, Sheffield
A growing firm located in the heart of Sheffield is looking for an Employment Solicitor to join them and take on a caseload of claimant and respondent Employment law matters in return for up to £40,000 per year.
The PQE level for this role is flexible, with applications invited from NQ Solicitors and those with up to 4 years of experience. However, to be considered, you must demonstrate excellent knowledge of Employment law and proven experience of advising both employees and employers.