Interim In-House Solicitor – Edinburgh

Practice Area: Energy, Environmental, Renewable Energy, in-house
Level: NQ 2022, NQ 2023, NQ, Assistant, Associate, Full Time, Interim
Section: In-House, Public Sector
Location: Remote, Scotland, Edinburgh
Ref: FW8326

Exciting In-House opportunity!

We have been instructed, as a sole agency, on a unique in-house role with our client, a public sector organisation. The role sits within the organisations Environmental Protection Branch which is based in central Edinburgh. The branch is currently recruiting for a Solicitor to join its busy team; the post holder will be involved in environmental quality work which includes air quality, regulation of chemicals, and water quality. The successful candidate will work alongside different members within the branch and advise on different policy areas.

This position is an FTC for an initial period of 6 months with a mix of office and home working options available depending on the requirements of the role. To be considered for this role, you should be a qualified solicitor in Scots Law and hold a current practising certificate (early 2023 qualifiers will also be considered). Previous experience of drafting secondary legislation or a willingness to learn this and to develop the skills is required. This is a great opportunity to gain public sector experience on an interim basis. If this position is of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact either Frasia or Cameron for an initial and confidential discussion. (14786)


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