Construction Solicitor

England, South Yorkshire, Sheffield
£38000 - £55000 per annum + Good Package
05 Oct 2016
02 Nov 2016
Lee Traylor
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time

Construction Solicitor - International Firm!!

My client seeks to appoint an experienced Construction Solicitor to work from their Sheffield office. The role will involve a caseload of non-contentious construction and project matters.

Working alongside teams within Property and Banking, you will assist in providing the full range of services to a client base including Developers, Funders, Contractors and various central and local Government agencies.

You will be working for one of the countries leading Construction Teams; dealing with local, national and international projects. Reporting to the Construction Group Partner, you will have the opportunity to assist with a quality caseload and develop a long term career.

It is anticipated that they successful candidate will be between 2 and 5 years PQE (as a guide) and will have a proven track record in the non-contentious elements of Construction, including Development, PPP and PFI Projects. A background in providing legal services to Contractors, Developers and Funders along with public sector bodies is essential.

On a personal note, the appointed person will be a natural team player who is able to deliver projects on time and working to the highest standards.

In return, the package on offer is depending on experience but £40,000 +

Please contact Lee Traylor, legal recruitment consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration. If you have not been contacted within five working days you should assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

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