Contracts & Procurement Lawyer

England, Bedfordshire
£50512 - £53584 per annum + + £4,000 market supplement per annum
09 Jul 2024
16 Jul 2024
Lewis Dainty
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Contracts
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer

Salary: £50,512 - £53,584 per annum (+ £3,203 annual car allowance + £4,000 market supplement per annum)

Location: Luton (Bedfordshire)

Working: Hybrid (2 days on-site)

Closing Date: Friday 26 July 2024

About the Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer Role:

Sellick Partnership is proud to be working with an exceptional legal services team in the heart of Bedfordshire. We are looking for a Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer to join the commercial legal team at Luton Borough Council to provide advice and representation to the Council in all areas of Contracts & Procurement law.

Luton Borough Council has a wealth of experience gained through many years of advising their clients in local government, the public sector, charities, and schools. The team provide a wide range of legal services, delivered by specialist lawyers who understand the local government context and priorities. Working for the benefit of the public and having a team ethos is at the heart of the culture.

Key Responsibilities of the Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer role:

The role will involve delivering comprehensive professional legal advice to the various council departments on a range of complex commercial matters, procurement matters and bespoke commercial arrangements. You will manage a portfolio of your own cases which will consist of, but not limited to:

  • To act as a legal advisor to the client organisations
  • Act as legal lead on various significant procurements e. libraries, sexual health, supported living, advertising concession, waste disposal
  • Draft a variety of contracts on behalf of clients including general terms and conditions, grant funding agreements, inter-agency agreements, framework agreements, collaboration agreements, NHS funding agreements, etc
  • Act as legal lead on multi-authority procurements for the likes of traffic maintenance

You will have a brilliant opportunity to develop your specialism with the support of like-minded people and an experienced team around you.

Ideal requirements for the Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer role will include:

You will need to be a qualified Solicitor, barrister or FCILEx with 6 years+ PQE to apply but we are open minded to speaking with candidates of all commercial backgrounds.

Benefits of the Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer role:

  • Car allowance package - £3,203 per annum
  • Market Supplement - £4,000 per annum
  • 25 to 32 days' annual leave - linked to length of service and grade
  • Annual leave scheme - buy up to 20 days additional annual leave
  • Local Government Pensions Scheme - considered to be one of the best employer contribution rates
  • Generous relocation package - up to £8,000
  • Staff Offers - includes discounts on your MOT, gym and fitness, restaurants and salons
  • Arriva Travel Club - excellent value savings on local travel
  • A flexible work-life balance: flexible working options including working from home where possible and smarter working arrangements
  • Training and support: unlimited access to development courses, mentoring and support and clear career pathways
  • A diverse and experienced team with a wealth of public law knowledge and talent
  • Employee Assistance Programme: a free, 24/7 confidential counselling and wellbeing support service available to all employees, their partner or spouse and dependent children over 16 still living at home
  • This role provides variety in what you do, challenging and high-impact cases to work on, the opportunity to work for the benefit of the wider public and the chance to progress your career within a progressive legal service, where you will learn from some talented and experienced professionals

How to apply for the Senior Contracts & Procurement Lawyer role:

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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