Corporate Commercial Solicitor - In-house

2 days left

Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Derbyshire
Salary
Not specified
Posted
22 Mar 2024
Closes
19 Apr 2024
Ref
SC44744A
Contact
Simon Campbell
Job Title
In House Counsel
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our international client is looking for a Corporate Commercial Lawyer to join their highly regarded in-house legal team. This is a varied and interesting role with a focus on corporate transaction and drafting commercial contracts and agreements.

Based in Derbyshire this company has a hybrid working policy preferring employees to be in 2 days in the office per week.

The ideal candidate will:
  • Be a UK qualified solicitor with strong academics who has trained at a reputable law firm
  • Assist with corporate transactions including acquisitions and reorganisations
  • Have experience in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts and agreements
  • Be able to work in a fast-moving environment
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Have a commercial / business outlook to their work
In-house experience would be desirable, but the client would consider a private practice lawyer looking to move in-house who could point to good business and commercial skills.

Our client envisages that candidates with between newly qualified and 8 years PQE will have the relevant skills / knowledge for this position, however this has been given as an approximate guide for applicants and our client is happy to consider the applications of candidates who fall outside of this PQE range but who have the relevant experience.

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