We post all of our opportunities on this Careers section of our website. Click on the link called 'Current Vacancies' in the left hand menu. You'll be asked to fill in a standard application form available online.
We usually contact you by email, but if you prefer another method then please let us know.
In some instances, we do have closing dates for applications, whereas other vacancies are open. Please check individual vacancy details for further information.
We’re happy to make any changes or amendments once you’ve submitted your application to us. If your circumstances change, whether it’s your address or phone number, just get in touch.
Of course you can. We’ll compare your skills and experience with our ongoing requirements and if something relevant is available we’ll be in touch.
In a word - very. We take your development seriously and we’ll do everything possible to accommodate individual preferences and strengths alongside the needs of the firm.
We provide full study support for relevant professional qualifications.
Once you’ve applied, we’ll be back in touch within 21 days.
Typically, your first interview will be held with a senior member of our team. This will concentrate on your experience, attributes and professional goals. If you’re then shortlisted, a second interview will take place. This one will give you the opportunity to show your breadth of experience and demonstrate what you can do. More than that, it’s a chance to make sure that you like us as much as we like you.
First of all, a full induction will help you to understand Hall Morrice. Your line manager will also discuss what we’re looking for from you. Prepare yourself for an active social calendar!
We will give full consideration to all requests for flexible working patterns.
Most definitely. We actively encourage our people to participate in a variety of business development activity. What shape that takes will depend on your preferences and abilities.
The vast majority of managers have a general portfolio of clients. Some have specialisms, but this is normally limited to a certain proportion of their overall client portfolio. If you’d like to ultimately move towards management and partnership, this experience can be invaluable.
The training contract is a legally binding contract and it is expected that the training organisation and the student to remain mutually committed to each other for its full duration. For genuine and acceptable reasons, a training contract may be transferred - but only with the consent of both parties.