Corporate Solicitor

Location
Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Salary
Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Posted
23 Mar 2018
Closes
23 Apr 2018
Ref
CMLEM465
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

This is a rare opportunity for a newly qualified solicitor to join a highly regarded law firm's successful Corporate team based in Newcastle.

The role involves supporting the Banking team with a wide variety of funding and security work for lenders and borrowers such as: banks, other institutionalised lenders, Funds, private companies, public sector bodies, private companies and individuals.

Full training and support provided and the role will including some work on more complex matters and larger transactions.

Previous experience of some of the following, along with strong analytical and problem solving skills,  would be an advantage:

Corporate/Commercial Law

Banking/Secured Lending

Guarantee and security structures  

Intercreditor agreements

Consumer credit

Financial services work.


Your main responsibilities would be for taking client's instructions and giving relevant advice, assisting colleagues in other departments, reviewing and reporting on documents, drafting documents, negotiation, supervising and delegating work to trainee solicitors as appropriate. You will also be encouraged and supported  in business development activities, helping to develop and grow the firm's client base.

The role provides excellent career development opportunities and will be down to the enthusiasm and efforts of the successful applicant.

This is a full time and permanent position, with an attractive salary (dependent on qualifications and experience).

ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE HANDLED IN COMPLETE CONFIDENCE AND DISCRETION.

Apply to: Eric Moore, Coulton Moore Legal Recruitment, 01900 826417 / 07720 665 835.

Services advertised by CML Recruitment (Coulton Moore Ltd t/as) are those of an Employment Agency as defined under The UK Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.