Private Practice

Incentives Lawyer

Incentives Lawyer

  • About the team: We advise on all the tax planning and corporate issues which relate to the establishment and running of incentive schemes, both for private and public companies.
  • About the role: Your work will involve all aspects of design, drafting and implementing incentive plans and share plans, as well as the various aspects of employment taxes.
  • Looking for: A desire to build on our excellent corporate client base and existing incentives practice will be important and, a proven ability to win new business will be an asset.
  • Opportunities: We're committed to finding the right person for this role, so we will consider applications from candidates who are looking for a part-time opportunity and are open to discussing flexible working patterns.
  • And more: Clients range from fast growing entrepreneurial businesses to multinationals, FTSE100 and household names.

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