Part-Time In-House Legal Counsel, Energy Plc
Excellent Part-Time opportunity with an Energy and natural resources Plc who are seeking to recruit a commercial or construction lawyer to work as part of a niche area of a larger legal team.
The role sits in a small commercial team, part of a larger legal team. This team supports the business across a broad range of commercial legal advice, some very complex. Work could therefore be scoped to your legal skills and could include any of the following:
- General commercial contracting: T&Cs, consultancy, procurement
- Construction and engineering
- Claims and disputes
- IT and data protection
We are looking for:
- Qualified solicitor or barrister (UK)
- Well regarded law firm or inhouse experience, preferably within a similar sector (infrastructure/construction/energy/utilities/engineering)
- Commercial law experience in some of the above specialist areas
- Strong interpersonal, commercial and team skills
- Confident and able to work with senior management
Homeworking and flexible working will be considered.
If you are interested in this Part-time Legal Counsel position, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to email@example.com. If the role isn’t right for you but you are interested in hearing about similar positions or some advice regarding the market, then please do get in touch on 01539 446666.
*All candidates will be considered on merit
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