In-house Commercial Contracts Lawyer – Central Belt/Remote

Practice Area: Commercial Contracts
Level: Assistant, Associate, Part-Time, Full Time
Section: In-House
Location: Remote, Scotland, Central Belt, Glasgow
Ref: FW8194

We are currently working exclusively with this telecommunications infrastructure company who is recruiting a Commercial Contracts Lawyer to join its in-house legal team.  The ideal candidate should have between 2-10 years’ PQE and have previous experience of working in a commercial role and experience of property law (would be an advantage, but not essential). The team is also open to commercial contracts lawyers at a more senior level on a fully remote and part-time basis.   The role involves providing support to the commercial and operations teams, and the successful candidate would be expected to develop a broad skill base to encompass commercial contract negotiation specific to the business.

Some of your duties will include:

  • Developing a detailed understanding of key commercial agreements across the business
  • Advising and supporting commercial and contractual negotiations
  • Provide contract and commercial support on acquisitions through to negotiation and execution of acquisition agreements
  • Monitoring compliance with contractual obligations

This organisation offers great prospects and hybrid working, you would be expected in the office 3 days per week, however, a more remote role will be available to candidates at a more senior level. Part-time work will also be offered to more senior candidates.  If this position interests you, please get in touch with Cameron or Frasia for an initial and confidential discussion.  (Assignment 14367)

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