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        • city of london, london
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        • randstad financial services
        Act as Company Secretary for designated subsidiaries and high level board and governance committees.Provide advice and support to the officers and directors of designated subsidiaries on governance issues, company law and regulation.Support board activities for designated subsidiaries including planning and preparation of board and committeemeetings, preparation of resolutions, and maintaining corporate minute books.Preparation and submission of corporate filings and annual confirmation statements for designated subsidiaries.Provide advice and guidance to all subsidiaries, responding to enquiries and sourcing solutions to issues on boardprotocols, board and committee meetings, directorships, minute taking, preparation of documentation and othermatters pertaining to board activities and corporate governance.Participate on cross-departmental project working groups requiring corporate governance assistance (e.g. corporate reorganisations, establishment / dissolution of subsidiaries or branches).Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        Act as Company Secretary for designated subsidiaries and high level board and governance committees.Provide advice and support to the officers and directors of designated subsidiaries on governance issues, company law and regulation.Support board activities for designated subsidiaries including planning and preparation of board and committeemeetings, preparation of resolutions, and maintaining corporate minute books.Preparation and submission of corporate filings and annual confirmation statements for designated subsidiaries.Provide advice and guidance to all subsidiaries, responding to enquiries and sourcing solutions to issues on boardprotocols, board and committee meetings, directorships, minute taking, preparation of documentation and othermatters pertaining to board activities and corporate governance.Participate on cross-departmental project working groups requiring corporate governance assistance (e.g. corporate reorganisations, establishment / dissolution of subsidiaries or branches).Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • guildford, south east
        • temporary
        • £40.00 - £60.00, per hour, pension
        • randstad inhouse services
        Are you seeking your next role and have experience with legal counsil & advice? Our client is a world leader in healthcare technology and is seeking a legal counsil to join their team on a temporary basis to provide general or area specific legal advice and necessary conditions to prevent potential future legal risk. (Guildford, GU2 8XH) This is a temporary role for a period of 12 months with a start date of 4th January 2021. Benefits include:Free parking on siteWeekly pay and competitive packageAccess to Randstad benefits including shopping discounts and wellbeing resourcesClean and resourced office facility with canteen and rest space33 days holiday per year (pro-rata)Working for Philips, a global healthcare leaderSome home working consideredFree fresh fruit Hours of work and salary:Monday to Friday 08.45 to 17:00Negotiable up to £60 per hour The job:Reporting to the Head of Legal, we are seeking a legal counsel / senior legal counsel to cover maternity leave from January 2021. The Philips UKI legal team delivers a pro-active and customer-focused legal service to Philips in the UK and Ireland.The role will involce general or area specific legal advice. Advising business management on legal implications of transactions, organizational developments and necessary conditions to prevent potential future legal risks. You will also be required to manages legal projects as an individual contributor. Responsibilities: Key point of contact for our Health Systems businessAdvise on a wide range of legal commercial matters, including reviewing contracts, advertising and promotions, competition law, privacy and disputesFocus on public sector contracting, knowledge of public procurement an advantageEnsure consistency of legal services, including dialogue with and support of Group Legal colleaguesMonitor the organization's approach to risks; deploying policy in the areas of privacy, anti-trust, ABAC and healthcare complianceDeliver training activities on legal topics to ensure employee awareness Requirements :Education to degree level, and an English or Irish qualified solicitor or barristerMinimum 1 year PQE (but preference for more senior candidates)In-house experience essentialStrategic thinker who can focus on providing added value through efficiency and good business senseA collegial and open person who would enjoy working in a small but high-profile teamAble to work autonomously and keen to develop clients within the businesses, but also willing to work with the other lawyers in meeting the demands on the Legal DepartmentFluent in EnglishIf you meet all of the above criteria, we'd love to hear from you so please apply today.
        Are you seeking your next role and have experience with legal counsil & advice? Our client is a world leader in healthcare technology and is seeking a legal counsil to join their team on a temporary basis to provide general or area specific legal advice and necessary conditions to prevent potential future legal risk. (Guildford, GU2 8XH) This is a temporary role for a period of 12 months with a start date of 4th January 2021. Benefits include:Free parking on siteWeekly pay and competitive packageAccess to Randstad benefits including shopping discounts and wellbeing resourcesClean and resourced office facility with canteen and rest space33 days holiday per year (pro-rata)Working for Philips, a global healthcare leaderSome home working consideredFree fresh fruit Hours of work and salary:Monday to Friday 08.45 to 17:00Negotiable up to £60 per hour The job:Reporting to the Head of Legal, we are seeking a legal counsel / senior legal counsel to cover maternity leave from January 2021. The Philips UKI legal team delivers a pro-active and customer-focused legal service to Philips in the UK and Ireland.The role will involce general or area specific legal advice. Advising business management on legal implications of transactions, organizational developments and necessary conditions to prevent potential future legal risks. You will also be required to manages legal projects as an individual contributor. Responsibilities: Key point of contact for our Health Systems businessAdvise on a wide range of legal commercial matters, including reviewing contracts, advertising and promotions, competition law, privacy and disputesFocus on public sector contracting, knowledge of public procurement an advantageEnsure consistency of legal services, including dialogue with and support of Group Legal colleaguesMonitor the organization's approach to risks; deploying policy in the areas of privacy, anti-trust, ABAC and healthcare complianceDeliver training activities on legal topics to ensure employee awareness Requirements :Education to degree level, and an English or Irish qualified solicitor or barristerMinimum 1 year PQE (but preference for more senior candidates)In-house experience essentialStrategic thinker who can focus on providing added value through efficiency and good business senseA collegial and open person who would enjoy working in a small but high-profile teamAble to work autonomously and keen to develop clients within the businesses, but also willing to work with the other lawyers in meeting the demands on the Legal DepartmentFluent in EnglishIf you meet all of the above criteria, we'd love to hear from you so please apply today.

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