Solicitor - 4 - 7 years' PQE - Employment Law - Auckland, New Zealand
* Work alongside a team of talented and dedicated Lawyers
* Strengthen and advance your legal career
* Innovative and high profile work
Our client is a very future-focussed CBD law firm and they are looking to appoint a high calibre lawyer to join their employment team and wider litigation practice. It is imperative you have a proven track record within a well regarded employment practice which will enable you to integrate quickly and hit the ground running confident in your knowledge and expertise in this area of law. You will not be afraid of hard work, possess a sharp and intelligent mind and be very team focussed. This is an outstanding opportunity to work alongside some of the most talented legal minds in the country and be involved with innovative and often high-profile work for an interesting and varied client list. This team enjoys a strong reputation and advises medium to large corporate employers on their rights and responsibilities under New Zealand employment law and advising on the employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions, outsourcings and other commercial transactions.
This position will suit a polished, confident individual with excellent communication skills who is approachable and readily establishes solid working relationships with clients and colleagues alike. There is the opportunity for very genuine career advancement in this role and a competitive remuneration package is on offer commensurate with your level of experience.
Please visit the IDEX Consulting Ltd website for further opportunities. If your application is successful we will contact you to discuss the opportunity in more detail within 2 working days of receiving your application. If your application is unsuccessful, the information supplied may still be retained for use in connection with future vacancies. Due to the overwhelming application response we receive through various sources, should you not hear from us within one week then please assume your application has been unsuccessful.