CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SECTOR LAW - LEEDS

Location
Manchester
Salary
£40000 - £65000 per annum
Posted
18 Sep 2019
Closes
16 Oct 2019
Ref
TBJ8477
Contact
Anthony Brooke
Practice area
Public law
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SECTOR LAW - LEEDS

The growing legal team in this global advisory services brand is looking to recruit a number of lawyers at c1-10yrPQE level, specifically to focus on central govenrment and public sector clients from the commercial and procurement perspective, though with scope to follow your own leanings in due course. You'll be part of their current legal team at their state of the art facility in Leeds, whilst working closely with London and regional offices.

This is a great opportunity for an ambitious Commercial/Procurement Solicitor who is looking to grow as a professional and who can play a central role in our clients expansion in Yorkshire. Vital is that you are passionate about this client sector. Ideal candidates will have CCS experience, and be familiar with the bid/tender process relative to that.

Past exposure to central government work or working in a local authority environment would advantageous.

Given the standing of this brand you'll expect top of the market remuneration and benefits, and a genuine commitment to flexible working and a business with a strong culture and committment to is vision and values - this business has a genuinely refreshing outlook.

An exciting opportunity in an organisation which thinks big and acts for the worlds biggest brands.



Brooke Thornham Consulting advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the level of experience required for the role and this does not prohibit applications from candidates who are able to demonstrate the necessary skills and experience. We aim to respond to enquiries as soon as possible but if we have not contacted you within 5 days then unfortunately on this occasion your application has not quite met the requirements of our client closely enough.

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