£40 - £50 per hour
about 2 months ago
Exciting opportunity for an IT Contracts and Procurement Lawyer to join the Commercial team within a successful Local Authority organisation, over a good length of contract.
This role would be well suited to an ambitious and committed individual, who has the ability to learn and eager to develop their Contracts and Procurement experience. The successful Contracts and Procurement Lawyer will have IT/software experience, and will be handling a variety of matters, including but not limited to:
- IT/Software Agreements/Contracts and Procurement (essential)
- Drafting a variety of specialist Contracts (such as letting, IT, service, framework, waste disposal)
- Dealing with NEC/JCT Contracts
- Advising on GDPR and FOI matters
- Negotiating with third parties
- Advising and drafting procurement documents
- Providing legal advice to Local Authority Clients
The successful Contracts and Procurement Lawyer will have sound knowledge and experience of:
- Public procurement
- Commercial Contracts
- Construction Contracts
- Local Government policies and procedures
The successful candidate will ideally have experience of working within a Local Authority, and will be able to work remotely with minimal supervision. Alternatively if the candidate has worked in private practice but has acted for public sector clients, then that experience is of interest. The team is friendly and supportive. On offer is a competitive hourly rate, and the opportunity of flexible working including a 9-day fortnight.
If you feel you have the relevant skills and available on short notice, then please send across your most updated CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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