Legal Counsel - Payments and new Technology sector

Location
Remote working/WFH
Salary
Very competitive remuneration package
Posted
11 Feb 2021
Closes
11 Mar 2021
Ref
JML/100822
Job Title
In House Counsel
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Do you want to work for a leading global player in the payments and new tech space?

Legal Counsel

Client

You will be joining a hugely successful organisation in the payments and new tech industry.

The organisation has various international offices, including throughout Europe, in Australasia and the Middle East.

Role

This is a brand newly created position as a result of business growth and success.

You can perform this role mostly from home/remotely should you so wish.  You can also have an office base at the organisation's central London HQ.

You will undertake a hugely varied in-house role, getting involved in a wide range of commercial contracts and wider day to day legal issues.

You will report directly into the Head of Legal and you will have immediate and direct exposure to various internal stakeholders at all levels of the organisation.

You will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package including bonus component.

You

You will be a qualified UK qualified Solicitor with approximately 1-4 years' PQE.  You will have prior experience of varied commercial agreements.  You will have have spent time with a leading law firm, will have some prior in-house experience and some prior experience of payments/tech/fintech/IT related agreements.

We will get back to you should we wish to discuss this role with you further.

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