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Legal Talent Specialist with #tabasco

Not sure whether purely legal work is your thing?

Does the trajectory within the pyramid structure of the legal profession feels pharaonic? Does Business Insider tickle you more than Larcier?
Want to learn a métier thanks to which you will impact careers and companies in order to #BoostingProfessionalEnergy? If #tabasco is what you want in your professional life, take the red pill* and push the button.

Forget about recruitment

Steve Skills is a 360° skills agency focused on i.e. niche recruitment within the legal sector founded by Bernard & Caroline Van Steenberge, brother & sister with complementary skillset and background. Forget the clichés about recruitment. We practice a métier.

Listen to Ségolène Geeraerts career switch from Lawyer at the Brussels Bar to Legal Talent Specialist in our beautiful company!

Job description

What’s in it for me, Jack(eline)?


  • Master of Laws
  • 3 to 6 years of work experience, preferably within a law firm, in-house or notary
  • Energetic, solution-minded, smiling & hands-on
  • Analytical
  • Curious


  • Learn and/or develop ‘Skills for Life’ going from negotiation to leadership, sales and effective communication
  • Practice your legal knowledge from ‘the other side’
  • Feel the People Business adrenaline pumping through your veins
  • Become an expert
  • Build Business ownership & expertise in a niche market
  • Be part of a growing & enthusiastic team & impact the essence of every company: people
  • Realise your success financially
  • Work in Brussels’ vibrant Dansaert area
In short

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Contact Kikki Vandriessche who’s looking forward yo explaining you the job content, our mission & vision.
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