We are offering opportunities to penultimate and final year students to come and join us for a 2 week’s work experience during July 2020.
During your time with us, you will get the opportunity to work alongside colleagues within our Serious and Catastrophic Injury teams learning about the service we provide to our clients and our unique approach to early assessment and tailored rehabilitation. Also, you will learn about our culture and values, and experience at first-hand what it’s like to work for us.
It’s a great opportunity to ask questions, network with colleagues across the business and potentially take that first step towards commencing a Paralegal role with us.
If you’re interested in a career in Serious Injury and would like to apply, then please submit your CV and covering letter detailing what attracts you to a career in Serious Injury and highlight any skills and qualities you have which you feel make you suitable.
Applications for this position have now closed.
We are committed to ensuring all our colleagues have an individually tailored development plan to support them in achieving their career aspirations.
Through regular performance reviews and an annual appraisal process, individual performance and potential to progress are recognised, and we are committed to promoting from within.
It’s not just about meeting targets, we focus on the quality of work as opposed to high volume to ensure our fee earners are able to provide all our clients with the best service possible.
Minimum 23 days' holidays plus bank holidays
Qualified mental health first aiders
Company wide-bonus scheme
Discount on apple products
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Free weekly yoga classes
Season travel ticket loans
Death in service cover
Fully funded social events throughout the year
Thanks a latte
Company pension scheme
Free eye tests
Free weekly fruit baskets
Free parking (Cheadle office)
We recognise that an injury affects far more than just the individual affected. Their immediate family can then be the next most affected, together with close friends and then that injury impacts on all those other people wanting to help, including healthcare professionals, police family liaison officers, charities, etc.
To be effective we have to work together with everyone involved as a team and including insurers.
This is why our purpose is to help those affected by injury – together.