Senior Regulatory Lawyer – Edinburgh/Hybrid

Practice Area: PFI / Projects, Regulatory, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation
Level: Associate, Part-Time, Full Time
Section: In-House
Location: Central Belt, Edinburgh, Remote
Ref: FW8784

Exciting opportunity to develop your in-house career!  This professional body is currently recruiting a Senior Regulatory Lawyer to join its busy Edinburgh office on a full-time basis, with the option to work remotely should that be your preference.

This engaging role will require a qualified lawyer in either Scots or English law, or any comparable jurisdiction. The purpose of the role is to provide professional legal advice in relation to a variety of regulatory matters; tasks may include:

  • Providing senior-level legal and regulatory advice, as required, in relation to complex issues regarding its public interest regulatory role.
  • Line management responsibility for up to 3 other roles.
  • Presenting at and participating in events and conferences to promote regulatory issues.
  • Responsible for leading on the development and delivery of complex regulatory projects.
  • To support the effective delivery of the organisations regulatory functions by acting as interim Secretary to the Regulatory Board.

The organisation is keen to hear from senior level lawyers with at least 8 years PQE and above with strong regulatory experience, gained within either private practice or an in-house environment. Interested applicants should be commercially aware, and previous experience of working within a financial services regulatory environment would also be beneficial.

The position offers a blend of remote and office-based work, providing the successful candidate with the flexibility to choose their preferred level of office attendance. There will be an expectation of office presence at least twice per month in order to attend internal meetings. There are also opportunities for compressed hours and flexible working (although, you cannot do both). If this position interests you, please do not hesitate to get in touch with either Cameron or Frasia for an initial and confidential discussion.  (Assignment 15770)

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