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Would you would like to join a modern, forward thinking and friendly law firm? We are committed to developing and investing in our people. As well as offering legal training, we encourage people to develop their personal, management, IT and business development skills.
As a firm whose people are our core asset, we continue to invest in on-going training and development to ensure that our technical expertise remains at the forefront of legal developments. Our commitment to staff is reflected in high retention rates and the number of Partners and Associates who trained with the firm.
We are an innovative firm that embraces the use of the latest information communications and management technologies, and invest heavily in new technology to support the effective delivery of our legal services to clients. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people.
Glanvilles is an equal opportunities employer. To find out more about our commitment to Equality & Diversity click here.
In addition to a competitive salary, our modern open-plan working environment and high quality work, we reward our staff with a range of further benefits. The exact benefits you would receive depend on your position, but they might include the following:
What does our C.E.O say about working at Glanvilles?
Jeremy Weeks, Chief Executive
“Our goal is to recruit staff that want to learn and grow with the firm and seek a long term career on the South Coast serving SME's and individuals with a professional, informed, yet friendly, approach.
We have a real passion for developing staff to their maximum potential whether through the professional training regime of the Law Society or CILEX or Licensed Conveyancer and STEP or through the less conventional apprenticeship schemes and college programmes for support staff.
We focus on providing our trainees with high quality training and opportunities to use their business skills. The wide range of expertise we are able to provide our trainees is what makes Glanvilles a really exciting place to learn your craft."
General Data Protection Regulations
How we use your recruitment documentation data
Your privacy is important to us and therefore we treat sensitive and personal data with the upmost respect. Data submitted through our recruitment process, regardless of position, is securely stored within the HR Department.
Our recruitment process is managed by the Chief Executive and the HR Manager, to ensure all our recruitment processes comply with the firm’s Equality and Diversity policy.
We will only share your personal data to those involved with the recruitment process and decision. Your recruitment documentation may be used to, but not exhaustive:
Retention of recruitment documentation
Your personal data may be stored by the website for a period of up to 90 days after which time it is removed, or annonymised, automatically from the website.
When an application has been submitted a copy of the details will be electronically sent from the website to our HR department, where it will be securely stored for no longer than 6 months, or 12 months if permitted by the applicant, following the recruitment process unless there is a specific need.
If you are successful in securing employment with Glanvilles, then your recruitment documentation will be held for the duration of your employment, regardless of position applied for.
Trainee Solicitor Applicants
Where applicants specifically identify proposed start date of a of training contract, in some cases up to three years in the future, these applications are securely held within the HR Department until the recruitment process to which the application relates is complete.
What to do next
If you have submitted any recruitment documentation and you no longer wish for us to hold your details, or if you have any further questions regarding the recruitment process, please contact our HR Director, Mikyla Bell, on 01329 227909 or write to our HR Department at the address below:
FAO HR Director, Glanvilles LLP
West Wing, Cams Hall
Cams Hill, Fareham
Hampshire, PO16 8AB
Equality & Diversity
We are committed to ensuring and promoting equality of opportunity for all. We are interested in the skills and experience you have which will make a difference to our clients. We would like to hear from you regardless of gender, age, race, colour, ethnic or national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief.
We are committed to developing an organisational culture which values people from all sections of society and the contribution which each individual can make. In all our offices we wish to see a workforce which reflects the local population and the communities within which we work.
You can read our Equality & Diversity statement here.