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6 months ago
Zest Recruitment and Consultancy LLP
Salary: £35,000 - £DOE
Location: Bath
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Rhiannon Cambrook-Woods
Category: Fee Earner Jobs, Lawyer Jobs, Legal Counsel Jobs, Legal Executive Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

An IN-HOUSE CONTRACT MANAGER opportunity has arisen at a leading firm of Architects in BATH. This is a new role, being created by the expansion of the practice and extensive client portfolio.  Dealing with a range of high profile projects, you will be the conduit between the Architects and professionals within the practice and their clients. You will be integral to ensuring that the contract terms comply with the practice PI cover.

Note: this role is currently offered as part time – being 3 days per week.

Key criteria:

  • Ideally you will be a Solicitor or Legal Executive with expeirence of Commercial Contracts.
  • Ideally you will have worked with professional services contracts.
  • You will have an excellent undestanding of the architectural/building services/construtcion industry to enable you to project manage the appointment process.
  • You will have demonstrative project managment experience.
  • You will be diplomatic and able to manage varied stakeholders to reach agreement.
  • You will be a strong negotiator.
  • Excellent client and customer service skills.
  • Solid ability to work with IT packages.

The above is not an exhaustive list. If you are interested in a new challenge then this role could be for you!  A competitive salary is offered with progression prospects as the practice grows.

Tagged as: commercial, Construction, contracts, In house, Legal Executive, professional services, Solicitor

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