Construction Lawyer

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70,000.00 / Annual



Our client, a Large Manufacturing Group, is seeking to appoint a Non-Contentious Construction Lawyer to join their In-House Legal Department in London.

The role has arisen due to an increase in workflow and expansion of the legal division.

Reporting to the General Counsel, you will be responsible for predominately dealing within non-contentious issues, such as:

  • Suite of JCT & NEC3 Contracts and other standard form of construction contracts with Employers and Sub-Contractors
  • Development & Acquisition Agreements
  • Energy contracts
  • Framework agreements
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Supporting tendering and procurement process, from new bids, tenders to finalisation of contracts
  • Advising on risk allocation
  • Finalising contract negotiations
  • Dealing with warranty documents, performance bonds and guarantees
  • Advice/due diligence provided for various project work
  • Providing procurement strategy and advice on general of legal, commercial, financial risks
  • Manage external counsel/conveyancers/other resources as necessary

The ideal candidate will be calm, patient and self-sufficient, with the ability to work under pressure.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established UK brand, and to play an integral part of the business future growth & development. Competitive remuneration.

Construction Lawyer
  • 1
  • £70,000.00 / Annual
  • None
  • None
  • Jo-636765
  • Permanent
  • 2

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