An international Award-Winning firm presents a fantastic opportunity for a Non-Contentious Construction Lawyer to join a reputable firm based in the CITY OF LONDON.
- From developers to contractors, sub-contractors, professionals, landlords, tenants, investors and funders, you will be expected to advise across a wide-range of clients and sectors.
- You will have a strong grounding in transactional construction work in the property and/or infrastructure related sectors.
- You will be working with property, financial and corporate lawyers on construction projects. You will be familiar with development project structures and JCT and NEC forms of contract
- Possible work includes acquisitions of theme parks, advising on the construction of a £600m development and advising on relocations.
- You will have excellent academics, achieving a minimum 2:1 at Undergraduate level at either a Redbrick or Oxbridge.
- You will have at least 4 years’ qualified experience in transactional construction acquired at a reputable national, regional or City firm.
- You will be able to demonstrate excellent communication, organisation, and technical skills. Additionally, you will possess a client orientated approach and be able to demonstrate a strong track record.
- You will be enthusiastic about business development and be able to demonstrate strong commercial awareness.
- Our client is an international Award-Winning firm that pride themselves on their client relationships within the private and public sector.
- The firm boasts a collaborative, inclusive and high performing environment in which there is ample room for short and long term growth.
- Our client is offering a competitive salary and remuneration package of up to £120k plus benefits.
How to Apply
- We’d welcome speaking with you directly and confidentially. Please contact me, Amelia Rose on 07791 345 944 or [email protected]
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