A Contracts Officer will have responsibility for developing, implementing and monitoring contracts and service level agreements for procured services within an organization. In this role you will need to have written and verbal communication skills and ability to negotiate effectively with a range of stakeholders. It will help to have experience of drafting, negotiating and concluding a wide range of contracts required within a law firm. To succeed as a contracts officer you will need a university degree and be able to prioritise and manage a large, complex workload, taking ownership of a variety of tasks, managing and responding to shifting priorities, and progressing numerous projects at any one time.
Newport – just of M4
Up to £58K
Reporting directly into the Head of Legal, working alongside 2 contract managers your primary objective of this position is analysing contracts for any discrepancies which will result in the increase of revenue for the company.
You will require extensive knowledge of negotiating and drafting contracts in order to effectively analyse t...
Legal Commercial Contracts Manager
Newport (just over bridge off m4)
£50k-£60k plus benefits
Excellent opportunity to work for a highly established International FinTech organisation, presently one of the most high growth sectors. Due to continued and forecasted growth my client is recruiting for a Commercial Contracts professional to join this highly professiona...
Paralegal/Commercial Contracts Lawyer
Fluent in mandarin
Farnborough or home based
Market leading international clinical research company are requiring a mandarin speaking paralegal or lawyer to negotiate and draft contracts.
As a member of their In-house Legal team this opportunity offers remote working as they have excellent processes in place to facilitate home working....