General Counsel (1st in-house legal hire) - leisure industry

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Recruiter
JML
Location
Flexible/hybrid working structure
Salary
Highly competitive package including c.20% bonus and car allowance
Posted
30 Sep 2021
Closes
28 Oct 2021
Ref
JML/100958
Job Title
General Counsel
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Do you want to work for a hugely successful name in the UK high-spec leisure, tourism and travel destination industry?

General Counsel (1st in-house legal hire)

Client

You will be joining a market-leading UK organisation which is in the midst of huge expansion plans.

Role

You will become the organisation's first ever in-house legal hire and take control over all of its legal affairs as it continues its expansion plans.  You will report directly into the board and you will interact on a day to day basis with all levels of senior management.

You will be rewarded with a highly competitive remuneration package including bonus and car allowance.

You will be able to put in place a flexible working set-up to suit your own needs and personal situation including remote working, some occasional office presence, etc.

The organisation's HQ is based on the north London/Herts border.

You

You will be a qualified lawyer with prior in-house experience and in excess of 5 years' PQE.  Some previous experience of working on issues in the leisure/tourism/travel industry would be advantageous but is not a pre-requisite.

Please note that we will get back to you should we wish to discuss this role with you further.

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