Projects Solicitor - PFI/PPP - Edinburgh

Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Scotland, Edinburgh
Salary
£38 - £50000.00 per annum
Posted
30 Jul 2018
Closes
27 Aug 2018
Ref
BBBH19726
Contact
Neil Campbell
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Are you a solicitor, ideally somewhere in the region of one and five years PQE, with projects experience with a ranked Legal 500 firm?

Would you consider making a move to one of the UK's leading, top tier, Finance & Projects and Restructuring teams?

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

QED Legal's client, a top tier, leading national firm has a requirement for a solicitor with a minimum of one year of projects experience due to an increasing influx of exceptional quality work into the department,

This role has come about due to a consistent number of high end business tenders with a client bank consisting of some of UK's most recognisable financial institutions and privately and public funded entities.

The successful candidate will be required to provide first-class advice and support to the firm's clients during the construction and operational phases of Transport Projects, Public Procurement and International Infrastructure Projects.

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. All calls are treated as strictly confidential.

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