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Job description:

Core Asset Consulting's Client, a professional and reputable Scottish Firm of Solicitors, has an opportunity for a Contentious Employment Solicitor to join their Glasgow team on a permanent basis.

You will be involved in a significant amount of tribunal appearance work, and will advise on and deal with a wide variety of employment claims.

This role offers you the opportunity to work for a highly respected firm, in a friendly environment with the breadth and quality of work available that ensures a challenging and interesting role.


  • A minimum of six months' experience in employment law

  • Scottish qualified Solicitor NQ-4 years PQE

  • Ideally experience appearing at Employment Tribunal

  • Sound technical legal knowledge and sound knowledge of the Legal industry and competitors

  • Willingness to learn and develop in line with business and industry needs

  • Demonstrable conscientious and commercial focus - delivering a service that is of value and meets clients' needs

  • Competent user of IT systems

Core responsibilities:

  • Ability and confidence to handle own files

  • Regular appearance work at Employment Tribunals

  • Deal with a wide variety of employment claims

  • Capability to manage your time and workload effectively

  • Managing a diverse range of clients - (claimants and respondents)

  • Analyse problems and information, evaluate options and risks in order to identify the most appropriate and commercial solution

  • Communicates clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing


  • Continuous training and development programme

  • Competitive salary and benefits

Job reference: 8762

To apply for this vacancy applicants must be eligible to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.

Core-Asset Consulting offers specialist recruitment services to asset management, accounting & finance, asset servicing, legal and the wider financial services sector in Scotland.