In-house Solicitor, dynamic organisation, Perthshire

Practice Area: Commercial Contracts, Commercial Litigation, Compliance, Regulatory
Level: Assistant, Associate, Full Time
Section: In-House
Location: Scotland, Dundee, Perth
Ref: FW6234

This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to make their first move In-house!  This role is within a fast-growing innovative company based in a Perthshire town that offers great work/life balance.  The ideal candidate will have between 2 -5 years’ pqe and previous experience in a commercial legal environment, experience of litigation and dispute resolution would be an advantage.  You will have a busy work load and be working in a fast-paced environment.  Some of your duties will include:

  • Providing focused and commercial legal advice on all aspects of the business
  • Negotiation of contractual documentation for customers and suppliers
  • Managing and/or undertaking litigation and other disputes
  • Advising on Data Protection issues
  • Addressing regulatory matters
  • Reporting and working directly with the General Counsel on all legal matters
  • Liaising with and managing external legal service providers
  • Advising management on all legal and risk matters
  • Working continuously to business KPIs and agreed targets
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory obligations

A competitive salary and benefits package are on offer.  If this position interests you please get in touch with Frasia or Teddie for an initial and confidential discussion on 01924 850501.  (Assignment 10547)

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