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.
An international commercial business within the energy industry, is eager to appoint it's first UK based Legal Executive to support this subsidiary business, based in the City.Reporting to the CEO in the UK, you will sit with the wider business and handle a wide variety of legal issues on behalf of the company.This key role is diverse and challenging and includes drafting and finalising of comm...
A Legal Aid Contract Manager & Compliance Officer is sought by my client, a well-known top 150 law firm who specialise in personal injury, commercial cases and Court of Protection.The right candidate must have previous experience dealing with Legal Aid files; training will be provided on Compliance matters.The main duties will include:- maintaining communication with the LAA,- managing Lega...
This privately owned software company with a turnover approaching £40m are recruiting for a suitably qualified and experienced commercial lawyer.
The role would suit a contracts manager or commercial contracts solicitor who is able to work with a high degree of autonomy. You will be reporting into the Financial Director but the role will likely involve all areas of the business, most not...
Keywords: University, Contracts, Assistant
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Contracts Assistant to join a Higher Education Authority in Yorkshire on a temporary basis.
Day to day duties:
* Reviewing, adapting and negotiating legal contracts under the guidance of the contracts manager
* Specifically dealing with confidentiality, non-disclosure and material transfer agreements
Job Title: Contracts Officer
Type: Permanent Full-Time
Reports to: Administrative Director
Our client is a Healthcare Company that is at the forefront of Infection Prevention and Control Technology. With rapid growth over the last three years they are now looking to bring a Contracts Officer in house to assist with all contracts, such as...