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Locum Information Governance Lawyer – Midlands – 3 months – Remote Working – Full time – Up to £40 per hour Umbrella
Venn Group’s specialist public sector legal team are seeking a Locum Information Governance Lawyer to join a Local Authority based in the Midlands region.
This role is for an initial duration of 3 months with the likelihood of extension. The Authority are seeking a candidate with full time availability, however those offering part time hours may also be considered. The assignment is a remote working role, however office attendance is also available if desired.
This assignment has an hourly rate of up to £40 per hour Umbrella, dependent upon the individuals relevant experience.
The ideal candidate for this role will have a background in Local Government handling Information Governance and Data Protection matters, and will be a Qualified Lawyer (either Solicitor, Barrister or CILEX) with a minimum of 2 years’ PQE.
The duties for this role may include:
If this role sounds like it could be of interest, either apply online or contact Felicity Woodbridge or Natalie Corcoran via phone or email for further information.
Job Reference: J69182
Venn Group is an equal opportunities employment business and employment agency and welcomes applications from all candidates. All salaries and PQE ranges stated serve only as a guide and all applicants will be considered on their individual merits.
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