Senior Interim Commercial In-house Lawyer,

Organisation
Frasia Wright Associates
Reference
FW6930
Contract Type
Full-Time|Locum/Contract
Practice Area
Banking, Commercial, Commercial Contract, Energy
Location
Edinburgh
Salary
Negotiable
PQE
5+ yrs
Our client, an innovative and successful energy company, is looking to recruit a Senior commercial lawyer on an interim basis of 3-6 months.

Job Description

Our client, an innovative and successful energy company, is looking to recruit a senior commercial lawyer on an interim basis of 3-6 months.  This position is Edinburgh based but remote working will be considered.  The role will involve a range of legal work including banking, energy finance and commercial contracts as well as ad hoc legal queries and projects.

 

Responsibilities include:

Providing teams with day-to-day legal and regulatory advice
Drafting and negotiation of documents (with external specialist support as appropriate)
Ensuring the General Counsel is kept aware of material issues

 

In order to be considered, candidates will required to have at least 5 years’ PQE and be comfortable working in an autonomous and high profile in-house legal role.  The ideal candidate will have gained experience working in the banking, finance or energy sectors but consideration will also be given to candidates who have worked within other industry sectors.

 

This is a unique opportunity to gain experience within this well-regarded organisation.

 

If this position interests you please do not hesitate to contact either Frasia (frasia@frasiawright.com) or Cameron (cameron@frasiawright.com) for an initial and confidential discussion.  (Assignment 12207)

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