Commercial Contracts Solicitor (In House)

7 days left

£34000 - £39560 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
27 Apr 2021
25 May 2021
Carl Ryan
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
A renowned property development company with offices across the UK is looking to expand their Commercial team with the addition of a Commercial Contracts specialist.

You'll be working as an In-House Solicitor as part of a dedicated and specialist Commercial department on behalf of one of the UK's leading and largest property development companies. The Commercial team is made up of a vastly capable team of experienced Solicitors who have full support from secretaries and office assistants to provide the highest level of service. You'll be a qualified Solicitor (NQ-2 years PQE) with a strong background in Commercial Contracts work gained within a reputable company/firm.

Your new in-house role will see you working on your own caseload of commercial contracts matters and assisting the Senior team members and Head of Department on more complex issues. You'll be expected to work as part of a team but also work confidently and independently on your own caseload. You'll have a background in a renowned Commercial team, either post qualification or have completed seats during your training contract if NQ.

You'll be fully supported by the team and be encouraged to reach your full potential and progress your career long term. On offer is a very competitive salary and package including a company car!

You will be based out of the Flintshire office just outside Chester, but may need to travel to other offices nationally as and when necessary.

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