At GGP we are committed to delivering the very best service to all of our clients. Our staff are at the heart of what we do and are vital to our successes. We recruit and retain talented and dedicated people who share our aims.
We look to develop individuals at all levels and help each and every member to realise their full potential. All of our staff have regular appraisals and reviews and are offered the opportunity to take part in internal and external training sessions to develop their skills and knowledge. Careers flourish with GGP and we offer excellent opportunities for growth and progress.
We recognise how important it is for staff to be supported and valued and we have clear policies and procedures in place to ensure that their welfare is a top priority.
In return for their hard work, our staff are rewarded with competitive salaries and benefits packages as well as the chance to develop themselves personally and professionally.
We are a socially conscious firm who have a number of charitable and voluntary links in our local area. Staff have provided sponsorship as well as their time to many organisations over the years and we share a belief in giving back to our communities.
We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to diversity in the workplace. We operate a flexible working policy and know how important a work / life balance is.
We advertise all vacancies on our website, Twitter and Facebook pages, as well as through more traditional channels. We also welcome prospective enquiries from experienced or ambitious people who feel they can contribute to our firm and it’s aims.
To discuss vacancies please contact our HR manager Julie Wakely:
phone: 01685 871133
post: GGP Law, 11a Victoria Square, Aberdare, CF44 7LA.
We are currently looking to recruit a Criminal Solicitor to join our team at our busy Merthyr Tydfil office. Preferably a Duty Solicitor with LAA supervisor status.
- The ideal candidate will be at least 2 years PQE with a proven track record in representing and advising clients on a wide range of criminal matters.
- Candidates should also have an ambition to develop the department over the next few years and should possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Duties will include attending police stations to advise clients.
- Preparing and representing clients at Magistrates’ Courts.
- Preparing briefs to Counsel where necessary.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an established firm in South Wales. Salary is dependent upon experience.
All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and will be asked to provide evidence at interview.
Please note that we are not accepting Agency CV’s for this role.