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Graduate Job Graduate Legal Researcher

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Graduate Fasttrack Limited
Reference: ET6006leg
Salary: £18,000 – £20,000, OTE £40,000 first year  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

My client is a leading supplier of permanent legal staff across the UK who is looking for fresh law graduates to join their busy and expanding office in London.

Your role in the company will start as a researcher, building relationships with both clients and candidates. You will be required to visit clients and carry out candidate interviews as well as to build report with both in order to lead your team to success after success.

I AM LOOKING FOR bright graduates who are looking for a successful and rewarding career. Are you competitive, ambitious and money-motivated? Do you thrive on working in a target driven and fast paced environment? If so, Graduate Fasttrack can help you by kick-starting your career into the right direction.

The successful candidate will:

•                    Be educated to degree level or equivalent in law

•                    Have exceptional communication skills both verbal and written

•                    Be able to demonstrate a high level of written and spoken English

•                    Have the ability to liaise with clients at all levels

•                    Have a hunger for success

•                    Show intelligence, determination, commitment and achievement.

In return you will receive a competitive salary, a very competitive commission structure with no threshold or ceiling. You will also have 20 days holiday, your birthday and the Christmas period off too.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK.

To apply click "apply now."

 

Location: London (inner and outer), UK locations

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