Up to £40 per hour
11 months ago
Contracts and Procurement Lawyer
Up to £40 p/hr
Full or Part Time
An opportunity has arisen for a Contracts and Procurement Solicitor to join a large, busy Local Authority in Kent. My client is looking for an experienced Contracts Solicitor to join them for an initial 6 months.
As a Contracts and Procurement Lawyer you will be carrying a varied caseload of Commercial and Corporate Contracts, this will include goods and services, funding agreements, confidentiality agreements, concession, waste and construction contracts. You will also be advising on procurement methodology.
- Carrying out complex drafting and the execution and completion of all types of Commercial Contract
- Providing advice to clients on the implementation and application of the GDPR in respect of their contracts
- Assisting with drafting data sharing and processing agreements
- Advising on the interpretation of Contracts and other legal documentation
Required skills and experience:
- Qualified solicitor with a minimum of 3 years Post Qualified Experience
- Proven experience and knowledge of Commercial Contracts
- Proven experience and knowledge of Procurement Law in relation to Commercial Contracts
- Proven experience within Contracts and Procurement in the Public Sector
- The ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Benefits of the role:
- Full and part time options are available
- Interesting, broad range of Contracts available
Please be aware, this remote will be total remote working for the foreseeable
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for this role, please contact Amy Swain on 0161 834 1642, alternatively email email@example.com
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