Government Commercial & Procurement Lawyer

4 days left

Location
England, London
Salary
£31.00 - £43.00 per hour
Posted
23 May 2024
Closes
20 Jun 2024
Ref
TR/000461
Contact
Zanub Najmi
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Commercial Contracts
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Government Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer

Locum Contract - Full time 6 months +

Rate - £31 PAYE - £43 Umbrella per hour

Annual equivalent of £61,200 - £66,000k

Central London, Hybrid-Working

A Commercial Contracts and Public Procurement Lawyer is required to join the Central Government team to provide high quality and cost effective Public Procurement services for a reputable Government Department.

My client is looking for an enthusiastic individual who has Public Contracts & Procurement experience ideally within a Health setting or has Health experience (However this is not essential).

As a Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer, you will draft and advise on every part of the commercial process, from the commercial law implications of a policy, through to designing the appropriate commercial contract, ensuring that projects appropriately manage legal risk, that contracts are managed effectively, and that any disputes are resolved as effectively as possible.

Consequently, the team provides a wide range of advice including on public procurement, contract drafting and interpretation, grants, subsidy control, competition, intellectual property and data protection law and disputes and transactions with the private sector

The client is willing to consider candidates with 1 years PQE +

This will allow you to obtain great quality work experience, training and support within a central government body!

Key Responsibilities of the Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer

  • Advising on contractual agreements
  • Dealing with Commercial contracts, procurement, Production and distribution, data and information management, IT, Technology, Construction, Intellectual Property, Public Law, Grants
  • Dealing with public procurement matters and frameworks.

Required Skills and experience of the Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer

  • 2 years PQE +
  • Qualified Solicitor or Barrister (or equivalent)
  • Commercial Contracts and Procurement experience - preferably in one of the areas outlined above
  • Ideally public sector experience but would consider private
  • Would need to be operating within IR35

What is on offer for the Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer?

  • Annual equivalent of £61,200 - 77,000k
  • Hybrid working
  • Access to Unique Government Work
  • Long term contract lengths
  • Great Training and support
  • Client will wait up to 3 months' notice period

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-established Central Government team that prides itself in the first-class service it offers to clients. Our client also offers the potential extension of your 6 month contract as a Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer and could wait notice period of up to 3 months.

If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for the Commercial Contracts and Procurement Lawyer role, please apply now, or contact Zanub Najmi at Sellick Partnership for a confidential conversation.

Sellick Partnership is proud to be an inclusive and accessible recruitment business and we support applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances. Please note, our advertisements use years' experience, hourly rates, and salary levels purely as a guide and we assess applications based on the experience and skills evidenced on the CV. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice on our website.

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