Projects Solicitor - 1 - 5 years PQE - Edinburgh

Scotland, Edinburgh
£45000.00 - £58000 per annum
17 May 2018
14 Jun 2018
Neil Campbell
Full time
Contract type

Are you a solicitor with between one and five years PQE, with projects experience and a desire to join one of the country's leading construction teams?

If so, then please do give this role due consideration.

QED Legal's client, a top tier, leading Scottish firm has a requirement for a solicitor with a minimum of one year of projects experience, but preferably upwards of three, to join their team.

This role has come about due to a consistent number of high end business tenders with a client bank consisting of some of nations most recognisable contractors, developers and publicly funded entities.

You will be required to work on some incredibly high profile real estate developments as well as, but not limited to, infrastructure and energy projects.

Whilst applications are encouraged from assistant solicitors, this role is envisaged as being for an associate ideally, so candidates looking to either move at this level, or to make a move into an associate role in the not too distant future would be well placed to apply.

For additional information on this seldom-seen role, please contact Neil Campbell at QED Legal via the details provided.

I look forward to hearing from you, even for just an exploratory chat with no obligation to apply.

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