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about 1 month ago
Chadwick Nott
Salary: Plus Bonus & Benefits
Location: Hampshire, Farnborough
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: In House
Experience: PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5, PQE 6-9
Contact: David Cartwright
Sector: Commercial Contracts
Category: Law Costs Draftsperson Jobs, Legal Counsel Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

My client is a successful, growing business based in Farnborough. They are looking to add to their established in-house legal function by recruiting a commercial contracts lawyer on a part-time basis.


The role is 22 ½ hours per week ideally worked over 5 days. The role would suit a parent looking to return to work or who may needed flexibility in terms of dropping off and collecting children from school.


The role has a strong commercial contracts bias and will act as the main commercial point of contact in respect of new supplier contracting/buying activity, statements of work and contract changes. This activity will include reviewing, negotiating and approving supplier terms. From a commercial growth perspective you will prepare and approve client contract documentation for existing customers as well as assisting on bid preparation and negotiation with a particular emphasis on ensuring the quality and consistency of bid documentation.


You will be a qualified solicitor with a minimum of 3 years PQE (we will look at much greater experience) with a demonstrable track record of working within commercial contracts either within private practice or an in-house environment.


Your ability to engage commercially at all levels within the business will be the key to your success so an ability to communicate effectively is essential.


This is a rare in-house, part-time opportunity.


Please contact David Cartwright at Chadwick Nott



davidcartwright@chadwicknott.co.uk

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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