Legal Counsel

Location
Chester, Cheshire, England
Salary
£50000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
03 Dec 2018
Closes
31 Dec 2018
Ref
BBBH309
Contact
FINTEC Team
Sectors
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

FINTEC recruit is seeking a Legal Counsel for our Technology client based in Chester. This is a permanent position with salary £50,000 to £60,000 plus benefits. Working in-house offering support and advice.

Responsibilities:

  • Support services across a wide range of commercial and contractual matters
  • Negotiating complex data supply contracts and client agreements.
  • Advising on data protection and compliance matters.
  • Drafting and updating standard contract terms and variations to standard contracts and agreements.
  • Organising legal training for sales teams

Experience and skills required for Legal Counsel role:

  • A qualified lawyer (circa 3-5 Years PQE or equivalent)
  • Commercial contracts experience.
  • Familiar with English Law and have practised in the UK,
  • In-house experience is desirable, this role could also be suitable for a lawyer with a private practice background moving in-house.

Full information on the Legal Counsel role is available on application. To apply please submit your current CV.

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