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eNL - Midlands & South West
17 August 2013
04 September 2013
JOB TITLE:Commercial Contracts Solicitor
SALARY:Dependant on experience
A successful and dynamic organisation with ambitious future growth plans is looking to recruit a Commercial Contracts Solicitor to take on a varied caseload of commercial contract matters under supervision. You will be dealing with a wide range of clients on a variety of matters including but not limited to outsourcing, agency, distribution, competition law, public procurement, freedom of information and data protection.
The firm are considering applications from candidates from NQ level upwards with a proven track record of dealing with commercial agreements. You will have an excellent academic background coupled with excellent technical experience and a real interest in business development. Newly Qualified Solicitors must have completed at least one seat in commercial contracts. Ideally you will have some experience of drafting outsourcing agreements and handling media related work such as marketing and sponsorship and website design.
A rare opportunity to work within one of the strongest commercial teams and deal with a varied and challenging workload.
If you would like further information or would be interested to apply for this vacancy please contact Cassie Bell at eNL on 0121 454 1004 or email email@example.com. As part of our candidate care process we aim to respond to all applications within 7 working days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please go to http://www.enllegal.co.uk/candidate-registration.php to register your interest for similar positions.
eNL follow strict best practice recruitment guidelines monitored by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.