Commercial & Data Protection Counsel Role - Energy Giant

  • Standort

    London, England

  • Branche:

    Handel & Industrie

  • Vertragsform:

    Festanstellung

  • Gehalt:

    car, pension, bonus

  • Kontakt:

    Nick Wilkins

  • E-Mail:

    nickwilkins@taylorroot.com

  • Referenznummer:

    1036512_1553612472

  • Online:

    seit 7 Monaten

  • Ablaufdatum:

    2019-04-25

  • Berater:

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This would be an excellent opportunity to join a well established and highly regarded in-house legal team. You will ideally be between 4-8 years PQE, having trained and qualified in a city law firm and gained data protection or commercial experience, looking to further develop this in a dynamic in-house legal team.

Nature and Scope:

You provide legal advice in many different areas to Legal Affairs Functions and other areas of the business as required. Articulate and persuasive you will be able to progress strong negotiating positions with internal and external partners and will relish getting involved in new and varied matters.

Principal Accountabilities:

  • To support the provision of legal services to all corporate functions primarily by providing timely and commercially relevant legal advice in relation to a variety of contractual and statutory issues.
  • To review, draft and support or lead (depending on complexity) in the negotiation of contracts and issues arising from their operation and management especially TMT, Research and Development and general Commercial contracts.
  • To support corporate transactions and initiatives led by the Finance and Mergers and Acquisitions team
  • To assist in creating and maintaining awareness of processes and procedures relating to compliance matters such as GDPR and IT Security
  • To instruct, assist and manage external sources of legal advice where necessary.
  • To liaise with and influence managers and other personnel regarding contractual positions, commercial strategy and approach to legal matters.

Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications, Experience:

  • Qualified solicitor admitted in England and Wales or Scotland.
  • Experience of delivering a pro-active forward looking and business focused service
  • Knowledge of one or more of commercial or Data Protection law.
  • Confidence, enthusiasm and willingness to work in different areas of the law
  • Strong, analytical, research and drafting skills
  • Strong communication skills and a flexible team based approach

Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.