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  • £650.00 - £750.00

Job Title: Legal Counsel (Equity Derivatives - banking)

iKas International are currently recruiting on behalf a market leading banking client who require a Legal Counsel to join the Equity Derivatives Legal Team. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing legal support to the business, focusing on index structuring, production and review of index documentation, event and incident management, governance support whilst effectively identifying and managing legal risk.

Areas of responsibilities:

  • Drafting index descriptions and reviewing index methodology supplements
  • Drafting and negotiation of license agreements
  • Performing legal risk management and control

Key skills:

  • English law qualified lawyer with relevant practical experience gained at an international law firm or an investment bank in the Derivatives and Structured Products area.
  • Must have a proven background within Equity Derivatives
  • Experience/product knowledge in indices, including the EU Benchmark Regulation and IOSCO Principles for Financial Benchmarks would be useful
  • Dynamic personality with strong communication skills, to manage a challenging and pressurized front-facing legal role encompassing legal/regulatory advice, compliance with internal governance and review/drafting of documentation.

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  • £300.00 - £400.00

Interim Legal Advisor

Sanderson are partnering exclusively with a leading retailer to identify a Legal Advisor for a 6 month interim contract, London based (remote working until the office reopens). The role will deliver flexible and autonomous general commercial legal advice to various business units.

The primary focus of the role is provision of legal support to the Procurement function, including:

  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating international contracts for goods and services and ancillary documents on standard and non-standard terms
  • Management of any agreed outsourcing of contracts to external legal providers

Skills & Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years PQE
  • Experience in Commercial Contracts, Data Protection & Supply Agreements
  • Ideally previous experience working within Retail/FMCG (Not essential)

Please note we require someone to start in role by Monday 14th September.

Thank you for taking the time to consider this job opportunity. If you are interested in discussing the position in more detail please apply online (with your contact details included) and one of our specialist consultants will be in touch.

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  • £35354/annum Inclusive of Outer London Weighting
We have an exciting opportunity for a Junior Commercial Lawyer to join our team based at Gilwell Park, Chingford. You will join us on a full time, 6 months fixed term contract and in return for your hard work we will offer you a competitive salary of £35,354 per annum inclusive of Outer London Weighting plus excellent benefits. Although this job is fixed term, we do offer all our employees great learning and development at Scouts and support fixed term contactors in trying to secure further job opportunities during their time working with us. As Scouts, we believe in empowering young people with skills for life. We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more. We believe in bringing people together. We celebrate diversity and stand against intolerance, always. We’re a worldwide movement, creating stronger communities and inspiring positive futures. About the Junior Commercial Lawyer role: The role is primarily focused on the delivery of a wide range of legal advice to The Scouts Association (“TSA”), its subsidiary companies and the Scouts Association Trust Corporation in the areas of, property, contract and general commercial matters. The role holder will liaise with internal and external stakeholders, at all levels of the business in order to provide accurate and timely advice and to ensure that TSA is compliant with legislation and best practice. What will you be doing as a Junior Commercial Lawyer? - Provide advice to both TSA and the Scout Association Trust Corporation, which acts as Custodian Trustee for TSA and its members in relation to property and conveyancing matters. - Work closely with the Commercial Solicitor to ensure compliance with relevant legislation. - Preparing, negotiating, drafting and advising on a range of commercial property matters for SATC in its role as Custodian Trustee; including the grant, renewal and surrender of leases, commercial sales and purchases. - Provide commercial advice to colleagues on contracts with funders, suppliers, partners - Advising on regulatory and compliance matters including charity, company, and fundraising law and best practice. - Provide guidance and advice to the TSA and the wider movement as appropriate. - Undertake legal research as required. - Carry out any other legal work and tasks as required by the Head of Legal Services. What we can offer you as our Junior Commercial Lawyer: - 25 days holiday per annum + bank holidays - Additional holidays between Christmas & New Year - Life Assurance - Simply Health Scheme - Generous Pension Scheme - Free car parking - Gilwell park minibus service What we are looking for in our Junior Commercial Lawyer: - Ability to conduct legal research, interpret legislation and case law - Ability to draft and negotiate complex legal documents - Demonstrable excellent client care skills - Qualified Solicitor or Barrister with a minimum of 1 year Post Qualification Experience - Demonstrable experience of transactional commercial property law and some understanding of property litigation. - Knowledge of general commercial contract law and regulatory matters affecting the Charity Sector - Demonstrable experience of negotiating and drafting a range of contracts - Knowledge of procurement and data protection legislation is desirable Term: 6 Month Fixed Term Contract Hours: 35 hours per week Location: Gilwell Park, Chingford, London Salary: £35,354 per annum inclusive of Outer London Weighting Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join our fantastic team! Click ‘Apply’ now to become our Junior Commercial Lawyer. The Scouts is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to diversity and actively seeking applicants from a wide range of backgrounds. Strictly no agencies
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  • £30500 - £34797/annum
Senior Legal Officer We have a rare opportunity for a Senior Legal Officer to join our social services team. Senior Legal Officer Responsibilities: The role will be temporary for 12 months and will focus predominantly children’s social care matters; in particular care proceedings and pre-proceedings work. The successful applicant will be expected to provide advice to the Council at meetings, including legal meetings and also provide general advice on child protection matters Senior Legal Officer Requirements: Applicants must be either a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, a newly qualified solicitor or barrister, or a person who can show a demonstrable level of knowledge gained by considerable practical experience. There is an expectation that the successful candidate will be able to work with minimal supervision and be able to prioritise their workload to meet the changing demands within the team. If you have a background in adult care law, we would be delighted to hear from you. About The City of York Council: From our offices in West Offices and Hazel Court, and with partners, City of York Council serves over 200,000 residents in and around York. Local communities depend on the statutory services we deliver, and our people are proud to keep York clean, safe, productive and resilient. A strong council can also be an empowering force - transforming lives, communities and generations. We deliver lots of important but little-known services that are making a big difference to those who need them. Location: York, YO1 6GA Hours: Full Time, Temporary 12 months Salary: £30,500 to £34,797 per annum Closing date: Thursday 23 July 2020 at 12 midnight Interview date: week commencing Monday 3 August 2020 Please ensure you read the job description attached on the employers website to see the full details of the skills and knowledge requirements for the role. You may have experience of the following: Senior Legal Officer, Conveyancing Legal Officer, Solicitor, Legal Practitioner, Legal Officer, Lawyer, Conveyancing, Legal Executive, Social Services, Adult Care etc. Ref: 93542
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  • £30500 - £34797/annum
Senior Legal Officer We have a rare opportunity for a Senior Legal Officer to join our social services team. Senior Legal Officer Responsibilities: The role will be temporary for 12 months and will focus predominantly children’s social care matters; in particular care proceedings and pre-proceedings work. The successful applicant will be expected to provide advice to the Council at meetings, including legal meetings and also provide general advice on child protection matters Senior Legal Officer Requirements: Applicants must be either a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, a newly qualified solicitor or barrister, or a person who can show a demonstrable level of knowledge gained by considerable practical experience. There is an expectation that the successful candidate will be able to work with minimal supervision and be able to prioritise their workload to meet the changing demands within the team. If you have a background in childcare law, we would be delighted to hear from you. About The City of York Council: From our offices in West Offices and Hazel Court, and with partners, City of York Council serves over 200,000 residents in and around York. Local communities depend on the statutory services we deliver, and our people are proud to keep York clean, safe, productive and resilient. A strong council can also be an empowering force - transforming lives, communities and generations. We deliver lots of important but little-known services that are making a big difference to those who need them. Location: York, YO1 6GA Hours: Full Time, Temporary 12 months Salary: £30,500 to £34,797 per annum Closing date: Thursday 23 July 2020 at 12 midnight Interview date: week commencing Monday 3 August 2020 Please ensure you read the job description attached on the employers website to see the full details of the skills and knowledge requirements for the role. You may have experience of the following: Senior Legal Officer, Conveyancing Legal Officer, Solicitor, Legal Practitioner, Legal Officer, Lawyer, Conveyancing, Legal Executive etc. Ref: 93541
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  • £17/hour
Paralegal- Childcare services- London-Enfield-3 month contract -£17ph umbrella We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Paralgal to join a large public sector organisation in Enfield. The role will involve supporting Legal Services Manager, Principal Lawyers, Senior Lawyers, lawyers and legal officers in undertaking general legal cases including; -Proof reading and routine advice to file and serve assessment reports from private law proceedings (occasionally adoption and special guardianship). Producing s.7 and s.37 reports -Administrative support to assist solicitors regularly to prepare for court hearings. -Process disclosure and redaction requests The successful candidate will have either public or private sector experience in childrens law and be; -Conscientious with good written and oral skills and a keen attention to detail. -Willing to work flexibly, accurately and quickly to support safeguarding solicitors on request. For further information and to apply please contact Victoria at STR on (phone number removed) and email a copy of your up to date CV to (url removed) strgroup is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £25000 - £26000/annum
Investigations Officer / Brighton / Finance / Analytics Client Details A leading organisation based in Brighton are seeking an Investigations Officer. Description As Investigations Officer you will be responsible for: Lead the progression of regulatory interventions relating to breaches of law or applications from allocation to resolution. Follow process guidelines in line with legislative framework. Working independently and as part of a team to obtain the information necessary to make decisions. Identify risks based on information received and escalate to the appropriate business area or gain and review legal advice before concluding. Communicate with stakeholders verbally and in writing, to influence behaviours in order to ensure compliance. Use own judgement to deal with external stakeholder enquiries and resolve or route appropriately.Profile Ability to lead the progression of regulatory interventions. Knowledge of working within a legislative framework or within clear processes and procedures Prioritisation and coordination of own workload to meet legislative timescales, published KPI's, internal SLAs and Quality Assurance criteria. Analytical skills to decide when interventions require use of powers to resolve or a deviation from the established framework. Ability to accurately complete legal documentation and send to affected parties and appropriate decision maker. Capability to identify risks based on information received and escalate to the appropriate business area or gain and review legal advice before concluding. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, the application of which will influence stakeholders to alter behaviours and deliver compliance. Proficient in working with Microsoft Word, Excel and OutlookJob Offer £25-26,000 + benefits
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  • £30000 - £40000/annum
Legal Support Officer £19.09 per hour PAYE Full Time, Contract Position Our client, a non-ministerial government department, is on the lookout for a Legal Support Officer to join their team on an initial 3 month contract, based remotely initially and possibly at their offices in London later in the contract. You will review, assess and support the restructuring of the client's key legal and policy documentation, supporting a review of its efficiency and effectiveness. You will be required to understand the nature of a number of documents and make a decision as to what needs to be retained and what should be safely deleted or removed. You will have worked within a similar role within the legal profession or public sector, and will have strong analytical skills and attention to detail, as well as ideally having knowledge of data protection and GDPR laws. This role will suit someone with high levels of self motivation as there will be a lot of information to look through and a large period of lone working. Apply Closing date for applications: 22nd July 2020 Interview date: 3rd - 5th August 2020 Capita ARC is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £17.98 - £23.03/hour
Childcare paralegal needed in East London Ref (phone number removed) Paying £17.98 - 23.03 per hr Duties: To maintain a caseload of routine and some non-routine matters under supervision. To provide clear and accurate legal advice to clients. To undertake basic advocacy in courts and tribunals, where this is part of the work of the team. To draft legal documentation. To research and analyse the law. To attend court with counsel on own cases and those of others in Legal Services. To deliver briefs and other papers to courts and barristers’ chambers and issue/file documents with Courts To comply with the organisations Lexcel practice management standards and manage cases within that framework. To use the case management system and to record 1200 chargeable hours per annum or such other target as may be set. Essential Employment are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Essential Employment are an Equal Opportunities Employer. All our roles may be subject to pre-employment checks including references so please be prepared. Due to high volumes of CVs received we are not able to respond to all unsuccessful applications. You will always however hear from us by phone if we are able to take your CV forward to the next stage
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