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Legal Counsel - SaaS

  • £70000 - £90000 per annum Negotiable Benefits

This is a new role for a Legal Counsel with a SaaS / IT / Outsourcing background; this is a unique and exciting chance to join a fast-growth business as their on-site representative in London, with other members of the Legal team based in the US and Europe.

If you are hot on internal compliance, and you can see yourself taking charge in helping to shape an innovative IT company with global growth ambitions, this is the role for you!

The Company

They are an innovative business driven by making the internet better for all. Inclusion and growth are their cornerstones.

They are a market-leading SaaS solution that boosts growth by empowering marketers to drive their digital marketing reach and performance to achieve the highest possible ROI.

The company has had remarkable growth, and this journey comes with plenty of opportunities for personal development and being surrounded by highly talented colleagues. This means that there's always someone to learn from.

They are a hybrid workplace and nurture a culture that values achieving results over punching the clock, which ultimately offers a high degree of flexibility for all.

They take the responsibility of being a thought-leader within digital accessibility very seriously.

Through business actions and corporate social responsibility initiatives, they champion inclusion globally.

The Team / Role

Corporate Counsel - London (hybrid working / remote workign available with travel to London where required)


You'll be joining a highly-skilled international team of lawyers who are incredibly passionate about what they do. This is characterised by their commitment to working as a team and focusing on customer focus.

When circumstances allow, the team is sociable and enjoys getting to know each other.

Reporting directly to the General Counsel, a substantial part of your time will be spent reviewing, drafting, and negotiating commercial contracts for their European markets.

This includes both customer and vendor contracts. In addition, you will be responsible for keeping the business, their Partners and their services compliant with applicable laws, handling various requests and training employees globally.

Essential functions within this role furthermore include:

Provide the organisation with proactive legal advice.Identifying business risks and devising practical, business-oriented solutions to mitigate such risks.Be an active stakeholder in cross-departmental compliance projects and coordinate with key stakeholders from across the organisation (e.g., Finance, Customer Support, Marketing, and IT).Support the local implementation of company-wide legal initiatives and standards.

Requirements

3 (no upper limit) years PQE from either a law firm or IDEALLY with experience as in-house counsel in Europe.Previous experience in negotiating SaaS contracts and a strong commercial understanding.Excellent English communication skills, both verbally and in writing.UK qualified lawyer.Strong collaboration skills and easily form relations in a multicultural environment.Ability to operate in a fast-paced, agile working environment with quick turnaround times.

Benefits

A collegiate team comprises a great mix of cultures and backgrounds. Their workforce across the world come from more than 45 different countries!A hybrid workplace. They have the opportunity to work from home, work from the office, or a mix.Health care, generous annual leave, and pension. (They care about employees' well-being).Outstanding Office Location. Located in the heart of London, very near to London Bridge.Lots of social opportunities

This all makes for an incredible and unique opportunity to work as Corporate Counsel for this rapidly growing business in London.

Apply now, or feel free to call Charlie Simpkin at JMC Legal Recruitment on 02038652113 for a confidential conversation!

In House Lawyer - Vice President - Funds

  • £110000 - £120000 per annum Benefits

A unique chance to join an independent global asset management firm focusing on private assets, including private equity (primaries, secondaries co-investments), private credit, and clean energy infrastructure.

The Company

This firm has extensive knowledge/experience in developing solutions tailored to meet the exacting needs of a diverse and global client base of institutional and private wealth investors.

They are overseeing over $15billion in assets under management and advisement and employing across their 13 offices across the globe.

The Role: Funds Legal Counsel (Vice President) in the Legal and Compliance Department

Requirements:

3-4 PQE (UK or US qualification)Experience either in a private funds group or from a leading law firmInternational experience is a plus

Skills and experience required:

* Working knowledge of private equity fund structuring, fund operation and fund closing matters (ideally in respect of both UK and US funds)
* Organisational abilities with a solution-oriented/problem solving approach
* Solid representation and presentation ability

This is a fantastic role for a 3-4 PQE Funds Lawyer (UK or US qualified) and a chance to forge a path to progression as an in-house lawyer.

Apply now! Alternatively, please feel free to get in touch for a confidential conversation.

In House Lawyer - Construction

  • £60000 - £65000 per annum Excellent Benefits

This Internationally recognised Construction firm is seeking a 3-4 PQE Construction Lawyer to join their in-house team.

The Opportunity

The company's legal team provides support for the business worldwide.

The role makes for an excellent opportunity for someone with a breadth of construction expertise, experience in either private practice or in-house environments, and the ability to demonstrate a pragmatic, commercial approach to law.
The ability to deal with a wide range of people across the business and the confidence to operate relatively autonomously in a very commercial environment is essential in this role.

The focus will be predominantly on supporting their consultancy business globally, although there will be the opportunity to support the wider legal team in construction-related matters.

The ideal candidate

You will be a Construction Lawyer with 3-4 years of PQE with experience working in-house or in a reputable private practice.

The ideal candidate will have claims or insurance-related experience, familiarity with JCT and NEC forms and extensive knowledge of the Construction Act.

In addition, you have experience in carrying out risk reviews of bespoke forms of consultancy appointment and all ancillary documentation such as NDAs, collateral warranties, PCG/performance bonds, sub-contract/sub-consultant contracts.

Preferably, you will already have experience dealing with joint venture agreements and processes, a basic understanding of regulatory compliance issues, including anti-bribery, data protection, modern slavery, etc.

You will have the technical legal knowledge and a commercial understanding of the construction industry. In addition, you should be proficient with Microsoft Office tools, building lasting client relationships and providing support to solid and motivated teams.

Your responsibilities will include the following:

Reviewing of appointment contracts received with client tenders to identify risks.Negotiating and drafting of appointment contracts and joint venture agreements, drafting supply chain step-down contracts.Liaising closely with commercial teams to manage the process of contract review through to the signing of contracts and advisory through the life of the project.Contributing to legal department training sessions for commercial colleagues.Assisting with updating precedent documents.Managing actions to be taken in a dispute situation.Giving ad hoc advice on issues that arise.Working with external lawyers and the company's insurance brokers.

Requirements & Benefits

You will have ideally 3-4 years of PQEA wide range of Construction expertiseExperience working in-house and private practice would be advantageousCompetitive Salary & Benefits

Apply Now - If you would like to apply for this outstanding opportunity, please get in touch with a CV today or feel free to give me a call for a confidential conversation.

In-House Lawyer - Employment

  • £120000 - £150000 per annum Flexibility Excellent Benefits

A unique In House opportunity for a senior (10 PQE) Employment Lawyer; this incredibly flexible law firm has just been established, and they are forming an In-House team for a large client.
You will act as in-house counsel for this prominent client and have a very long term opportunity to build a team underneath you.

This is a highly unique opportunity not to be missed. The opportunity has no end and will be a very long term fixture where you can truly make your mark.

The Firm

Recently established, the firm is headed up by a highly experienced industry-leading lawyer with over 30 years of experience and an excellent client base.

The Role

In House, Employment Lawyer 10 PQE required in the City of London (with working from home/real flexibility).

You will join this law firm and support a very large client as their in-house lawyer on all matters surrounding Employment.

The work is of real quality; the role therefore requires someone with a background of working at, as a minimum Top 75 Legal 500 ranked firms.

Summary:

Working from home and office when you like, the role comes with ultimate flexibility.Opportunity for uncapped progression and building a team.Full-time role (without long hours!).Based in central London (when you want to be in the office).There will be a high performing team of lawyers around you in other disciplines.

This is an exceptional opportunity exclusive to the market with JMC Legal Recruitment.
Apply now for confidential consideration, or alternatively, please call JMC Legal Recruitment to discuss.

In-House Solicitor - Construction

  • £60000 - £65000 per annum Benefits

This Internationally renowned Construction Company are seeking an experienced Construction Lawyer to join their in-house team.

The Opportunity

This Companies legal team provides support for the business worldwide. This is a great opportunity for someone with a breadth of construction expertise, ideally with experience in both private practice and in house environments who is able to demonstrate a pragmatic, commercial approach to law. The ability to deal with a wide range of people across the business and the confidence to operate relatively autonomously in a very commercial environment is essential in this role.

The focus will be predominantly on supporting the Companies Consultancy business globally, although there will be the opportunity to support the wider legal team most likely in the area of construction.

The ideal candidate

You will be a Construction Lawyer with 3-4 years PQE with experience working in-house or in a reputable private practice.

The ideal candidate will have claims or insurance-related experience, familiarity with JCT and NEC forms and an extensive knowledge of the Construction Act. You have experience in carrying out risk reviews of bespoke forms of consultancy appointment and all ancillary documentation such as NDAs, collateral warranties, PCG/performance bonds, sub-contract/sub-consultant contracts.

Preferably you will already have experience of dealing with joint venture agreements and processes, a basic understanding of regulatory compliance issues including anti-bribery, data protection, modern slavery and etc.

You have strong technical legal knowledge and a commercial understanding of the construction industry. You should be proficient with Microsoft Office tools, able to build lasting client relationships and provide support to strong, motivated teams.

You should have experience in a similar role in a construction background and are hungry to grow your career and enjoy the opportunities that this company has to offer.

Your responsibilities will include the following:

Reviewing of appointment contracts received with client tenders to identify risks.Negotiating and drafting of appointment contracts and joint venture agreements, drafting supply chain step-down contracts.Liaising closely with commercial teams to manage the process of contract review through to the signing of contracts and advisory through the life of the project.Contributing to legal department training sessions for commercial colleagues.Assisting with updating precedent documents.Managing actions to be taken in a dispute situation.Giving ad hoc advice on issues that arise.Working with external lawyers and the company's insurance brokers.

Requirements & Benefits

You will have ideally 3-4 years of PQEA wide range of Construction expertiseExperience working in-house and private practice would be advantageousCompetitive Salary & Benefits

Apply Now - If you would like to apply for this outstanding opportunity, please get in touch with a CV today or feel free to give me a call for a confidential conversation.

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