Regulatory Legal Counsel
Household name group seeks to recruit a Regulatory Legal Counsel. This could suit a solicitor, barrister or legal executive. Our client will consider a full or part-time role.
Working as part of a specialist team within the group legal team who advise the business across a broad range of information and regulatory matters, raising commercial awareness within the business, overseeing statutory duties and taking early action. This could be either non-contentious or contentious matters or a mix of both.
These could include:
- Environmental law
- Information law
- Data protection
- Health and safety
- Competition and anti-bribery
- Highways and transport
- Prosecutions – running and defending
We are looking for:
- A Regulatory Lawyer with significant legal experience in some of the areas above
- Qualified solicitor, barrister or legal executive
- Inhouse experience, preferably within a similar sector (energy, utilities, infrastructure, construction, engineering) or with a well-regarded law firm advising similar businesses
- Self-sufficient and able to hit the ground running
- Strong interpersonal, commercial and team skills
- Confident and able to work with senior management
Package on Offer:
- Competitive base salary
- Excellent pension scheme
- Health & dental insurance
- Life insurance
- Enhanced annual leave
- Product discounts
- Free gym and parking
Our client will consider flexible working including home working for candidates who are also prepared to travel to the office a few days a week.
If you are interested in this Regulatory Legal Counsel position, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Jacqui Douglas
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