In-house Construction Solicitor

Location
England, West Yorkshire, Leeds
Salary
£65000 - £70000 per annum + car, bonus, health
Posted
14 May 2024
Closes
01 Jun 2024
Ref
JN -012024-6298415
Contact
Lucy Martin
Job Title
In House Counsel
Practice Area
Engineering
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

In-house non-contentious construction solicitor needed for contract advice for global consultancy business.

Client Details

Our client is a renowned multi-disciplinary, global engineering business that have been delivering creative, value-led solutions for over 45 years - focusing on Sustainability, Cities and Infrastructure, Engineering Design, Specialist Consulting and Technology.

They specialise in a range of different sectors, with a presence in 37 locations worldwide.

They are looking to boost their in-house legal team with the support of an experienced In-house Construction Solicitor to work on non-contentious construction law.

Description

Key responsibilities include:

  • Reviewing and negotiating wide range of contractual documentation including - collateral warranties, novation agreements, letters of reliance, framework agreements, letters of intent, joint venture agreements and teaming agreements;
  • Advising on corporate governance;
  • Assisting with business with claims and disputes;
  • Assisting with training the wider business on range of commercial and contractual topics;
  • Working collaboratively and liaising with other business service functions where necessary.

Profile

The ideal In-house Construction Solicitor will be around 3-5 years PQE and have demonstrable experience within non-contentious construction work.

Experience having worked as an In-house Construction Solicitor for a business in the building and construction / engineering industry would be beneficial but not essential. The position is available on hybrid basis.

Job Offer

Circa £65-70k per annum plus benefits including pension, private health care, car allowance and life assurance.

They also operate on a hybrid working arrangement.