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Working with us

Come and join us!

We are delighted that you might be considering joining nplaw. We offer a huge range of opportunities for you to develop your career and work on some exciting projects which benefit the community of Norfolk.

Any current job vacancies are listed below. If there are no advertised vacancies which would suit your skills, we would still be interested in receiving a speculative application from you. You can do this by submitting your CV and a covering letter to Nicky McDowell at nicky.mcdowell@norfolk.gov.uk. All applications will be kept in the strictest of confidence.

CURRENT VACANCIES:

Lawyers: up to £40,875 (per annum, pro rata for part time)
Senior Lawyers: up to £46,635. Lawyers: up to £40,875 (per annum, pro rata for part time)

Specialisms: Child Protection; Planning and Environment; Contracts & Procurement Planning

Excellent relocation package
Norwich (currently working remotely) – option to work virtually outside of Norfolk
Permanent contracts
Full details: 64838 SGSE Information Pack 05-2021
Apply here (Quote reference 64838 SGSE): https://norfolkcc.engageats.co.uk/

Legal Officers (2 posts) Child Protection Team 65337 SGSE
£24,982 to £27,041 per annum (Scale G)
37 hours per week
Permanent contracts (Anticipated start date: 2 August 2021)
Full details: 65337 SGSE Information Pack 05-2021
Apply here (Quote reference 65337 SGSE) https://norfolkcc.engageats.co.uk/

There are so many good things about working for nplaw that we can’t list them all here! We offer flexible working (including part-time, flexi-time and working from home), staff benefits and amazing colleagues from a wide range of backgrounds. Some of our employees’ stories can be read here >

For more information about living and working in Norwich please visit the Norfolk County Council website https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobs-training-and-volunteering/living-and-working-in-norfolk

What’s it like to work at nplaw?

We asked some of our lawyers and trainee solicitors what it’s like to work at nplaw and this is what they told us…