byrne·dean – Solicitor/ Facilitator

Posted on 18th March 2021
Type Contract
Specialism Employment
Deadline 19th April 2021

Job Description

About byrne·dean

byrne·dean is a leading provider of workplace training and facilitation, wellbeing, resolution and strategic support services. Hundreds of organisations around the world trust us to help with their culture, their capability, their people risk management and – when things go wrong – their incident management. We work alongside preeminent brands and organisations to deliver on our purpose; to help create kinder, fairer, more productive workplaces.

Our team, who are primarily employment lawyers by background, are a collective of emotionally intelligent experts who have a deep understanding of workplace behaviour and wellbeing issues from careers working in and alongside leading organisations and institutions. We are thought leaders in our areas of expertise, passionate about our work and committed to helping clients remove barriers to success and create environments where their people can thrive.

Are you an employment lawyer who has had enough of doing damage limitation? Do you want your career to make a real difference by helping create workplaces where people belong? Would you like to be part of a team that value you for who you are and what you bring?

byrne·dean exists to create kinder, fairer, more productive workplaces all over the world. We’re growing and we want to strengthen our training & facilitation team with passionate, ambitious and self-driven individuals.

  • We offer you complete flexibility, there are no set hours or location
  • We’re an established and highly collaborative virtual team (and were so before covid), but we also have a fully serviced London office if and when you want to use it
  • Our employees receive generous holiday throughout the year, usually at least seven weeks’

If you’re up for a challenge (and learning our approach is challenging), please answer these questions concisely and with supporting evidence and send your answers to with a CV if you’ve got one.

  1. How much do you love being in front of people, getting them to think about the impact they have on others? (Don’t worry if it makes you nervous, that’s normal and as long as you love it, we can work with that)
  2. How credible and commercial is your background? We work with banks, law firms and big corporates. Why would people there listen to you?
  3. How much do you want to grow and develop?

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Byrne Dean Training Limited


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