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Solicitor – 5+ years PQE – Tauranga

Great firm – relaxed and diligent work culture, low staff turnover
Excellent work/life balance
Salary commensurate with experience – market rates and benefits
Potential future career progression opportunities 
Ongoing professional development
5+ years PQE

Our firm:

Keam Standen is a small to medium sized firm in the Tauranga City Centre with a well-established and long-standing loyal client base.   We are currently seeking an experienced property, trust and commercial lawyer to join our team.

We pride ourselves on our relaxed and diligent working culture, family focus and our uncompromising service standards.  We operate using faith-based principles and value our strong relationships with our loyal clients.  We enjoy a wide variety of work primarily in the property, commercial and trusts sectors.

The Role and the person we are looking for:

The role will be focussed on providing high quality service and advice to our established client base.  The scope of the role will be dependent on your level of experience and there will be potential opportunities for the right candidate in the future.

Your role will be varied and you will have responsibility to service your own client base, consult with clients on a day to day business and meet your agreed budget.  No day will be the same.

Ideally, we are looking for someone who cares deeply for her/his clients, has excellent time management skills, works well in a team and is ambitious to advance her/his legal career.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years PQE, an affection for the law and a love for people.

You will be a significant member of a firm which offers great culture, flexibility and a generous remuneration package commensurate with experience and performance.

Please send your covering letter and CV to Andrea Macfarlane (andrea@keam.co.nz) or for a confidential discussion, phone Caleb Standen on 021 514 961 or email caleb@keam.co.nz.

Applicants for this position should be admitted to the New Zealand High Court as a Barrister and Solicitor and have a NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.