Interim Private Client Solicitor or Paralegal (part-time) – Edinburgh

Practice Area: Private Client
Level: paralegal, NQ 2022, NQ 2023, NQ, Assistant, Associate, Part-Time, Interim
Section: In-House, Public Sector
Location: Scotland, Edinburgh
Ref: FW8226

The National Trust for Scotland currently has a need for an experience Paralegal or Solicitor to join its friendly team on a 12 month FTC starting February 2023.  This is a part-time role for 2.5 days per week and will involve advising on all aspects of private client work.  Some of your duties will include:

  • Advising on planning, budgeting, and regularly reporting on the receipt income.
  • Providing advice, recommendations and assistance on the management and administration
  • Managing the administration of all income received by the organisation
  • Maintaining accurate records of income on both the CRM and Finance systems

Candidates should have strong private client experience, as well as good knowledge of legacies and succession planning.  The team is open to the level of candidates and would accept NQ applications, if they had the correct experience.

This role is Edinburgh based with the opportunity to work on a hybrid basis or predominately from home.

If this position interests you, please get in touch with Stephanie or Teddie for an initial and confidential discussion.  (Assignment 14521)

stephanie@frasiawright.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-togneri-alexander-4aa35738/

teddie@frasiawright.com  https://uk.linkedin.com/in/teddie-wright-7b017ab7

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