Isle of Man • British Virgin Islands • London
If you wish to get in touch with the human resources department please contact:
Jackie Watterson - HR Manager
Ridgeway House, Ridgeway Street
Douglas, Isle of Man,
IM99 1PY
Telephone: +44 (0)1624 690300
Fax: +44 (0)1624 690333
Email:

Careers Overview

With ambitious plans to develop the company over the coming years, now is an exciting time to join the Simcocks team.

We are looking for innovative, ambitious and forward thinking people. In return we will treat you well because we know we cannot provide a first class service to clients without employing and retaining first class staff.

We will invest in your future career and provide continuous training opportunities to allow you to develop in your role.

The reputation of the practice attracts an exceptional client base, both locally and internationally, offering an excellent opportunity for lawyers to develop his/her practice areas.

Researchers from Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 have consistently praised Simcocks and many of the firm's lawyers are recommended in a variety of publications for their expertise in their particular specialist practice areas.

Simcocks offers competitive salaries.

Simcocks is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its workforce. We will not tolerate discrimination on any grounds.

The Top 10 reasons for working at Simcocks are:

  • Simcocks is a vibrant and innovative thinking offshore law practice.
  • It is big enough to offer quality specialised work to people needing to build their careers.
  • Everyone has a realistic chance to develop their career.
  • Our team structure has approachable and supportive managers.
  • There is the chance to live and work in a well-regulated, first class, offshore jurisdiction.
  • Staff at Simcocks are encouraged to have a good work/life balance.
  • There is the attraction of commercial work on a par with the city of London, without the inconvenience of city life.
  • Great quality of life.
  • An unrivalled location to bring up children.
  • The retail and social attractions of the big cities in the UK and Ireland are one hour away by plane.