Data Protection Solicitor
Our client, an internationally-recognised legal practice, are looking for a Data Protection Solicitor to join their market-leading technology team in Manchester City Centre.
The law firm are a highly experienced, international TMT practice and they stand out in particular for their innovative approach to service delivery. The team is really dynamic and there is a great culture in the office, with plenty of social events for the successful Data Protection Solicitor.
You will have the opportunity to provide the delivery of data projects for clients, including advice on data and privacy matters to both new and existing clients. Examples include, but are not limited to; compliance programs and GDPR implementation support as well as other advisory work. It is essential that the successful candidate has a good understanding of the technology sector and desirable that you will have gained experience in data protection matters.
Due to constant expansion and their positive approach towards development, our client are now looking for candidates who have 5 years PQE or more. Ideally, you will have had previous experience as a Data Protection Solicitor, be a good team player and enjoy business development. It is also desirable that you have a good academic record, the ability to think laterally and be approachable.
A competitive salary and benefits package is on offer for the chosen candidate and there are fantastic opportunities for career progression within the firm.
If you are a Data Protection Solicitor and feel you have the suitable skills and would like to apply for this role then please contact James Barker at Sacco Mann. Alternatively, if you would like to hear about the other legal opportunities we have available, then please visit our website or contact a member of our Private Practice Division.
*Please note our advertisements use PQE and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.