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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile Summarybp Trading & Shipping (T&S) is bp’s energy trading division, responsible for the physical and financial trading of oil, refined products, biofuels, gas, power, LNG and low carbon fuels. It is a friendly, exciting and dynamic organisation, and is bp’s face to the traded markets.We wish to recruit a lawyer with experience in financing and/or commodity derivatives to join our legal team supporting Refining & Products Trading - Europe & Africa (which focusses on trading oil, refined products and biofuels). This includes the Marketing & Origination (who negotiate long term structured deals) and Structured Products teams (who provide risk management products to clients as part of day-to-day business and larger transactions including physical commodity and financial instruments).Job AdvertAbout the job:The successful candidate will have experience in financing transactions (for example, prepayments, pre-export finance, reserve-based lending, acquisition finance or project finance) and/or commodity derivatives. Be part of a diverse team, with the expectation that over time you'll gain experience advising across a number of the team’s other areas of accountability, including:Day-to-day support for the operational aspects of physical commodity trading, including shipping, quantity and quality claims, demurrage, non-performance and other contractual issues;Lower carbon activities, such as biofuels, circular economy and emission reduction projects;Term deals for supply and purchase contracts of oil and refined products;Disputes;New technologies, such as supporting blockchain ventures;Trade finance, such as receivables discounting;Joint ventures, storage arrangements and new country access;Anti-bribery and corruption, trade sanctions and competition law issues; andFinancial services regulation (although we have specific team members who lead in this area).The individual will primarily support the Marketing & Origination team in BP’s trading business.Further accountability will include providing broad commercial legal advice as necessary, working closely with traders and support functions including Credit, Tax, Treasury, Compliance and the Contracts team.About you:Qualified lawyerExperience advising on financing transactions and/or commodity derivatives in private practice or in-house at a bank, trading house or energy company.Strong interpersonal skills – capable of adopting a variety of styles to interact with clients on the trading floor and senior management to achieve the desired result.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Ability to work both autonomously and as a team player working in a global function.Strong problem-solving skills, with the creativity to propose different options and build consensus.Show integrity, courage and sound ethical judgment.Experience of structured deals combining finance, offtakes and hedging would be an advantage.Understanding of relevant regulatory context, such as MifiD II.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Citation
      HR / Employment Law ConsultantSalary: Up to £42,000 per annum Location: fully remote or hybrid split of home and officeTraining: Optional CIPD level 7!Are you looking for your next move in HR and looking for a role that encompasses your passion for both HR and employment law? Are you bored of the same old HR roles and are keen to unleash your creativity, solving problems in a fast-paced and demanding but highly rewarding and supportive environment? If so, then read on…We are Citation - One of the UK's biggest providers of HR, Employment Law, Health and Safety and other compliance services. We are far from your average service provider as our colleagues bring their great personalities to work, not just their skills!We've just entered our 3rd wave of private equity ownership alongside KKR and Hg Capital and don't plan on slowing down anytime soon. This also means as the company grows over the next 3 to 5 years, you've got the opportunity to do so too! If the prospect of this excites you… good, you're the right type of person for us.If you are a professional with a personality who wants to work in a forward-thinking business surrounded by brilliant people who really care about you and are great to work with, then we are definitely the Company you should come and grow with. So, if our culture sounds like a good fit for you and you want to be part of our success story, then send us your details.The roleThis is a blended consultancy role, providing HR advice as well as hands-on support to our clients and would be perfect for someone who loves to do both!We believe in a good work-life balance. There is no taking work home, no mobile phone ringing out of hours, no time recording, and you will see a case through from start to finish, building up relationships with your clients.Our client base covers a wide range of UK industries and businesses, so no two days are the same.The role consists of:* You will work with our client to provide end to end telephone support for all their employee relation needs meaning you will be a contact for help with a wide range of HR and employment law subjects, including disciplinary and grievance, TUPE and redundancy.* You will provide ad hoc support in the form of proactive and reactive services, which includes HR training, chairing meetings such as disciplinary and grievance hearings or potentially exit negotiations on behalf of your client. AD HOCEssentially, giving the clients the support they need to keep their business compliant in the ever-changing world of HR and employment law!The person:* Experience in providing advice on complex and varied HR and employment law issues * Experience in independently and impartially conducting meetings with employees* Be passionate about helping and supporting clients to achieve the needs of their business* Tact, diplomacy, an eye for detail and excellent oral and written communication skills are essential* Be self-motivated and able to work with autonomy* Actively committed to self-developmentWhat you get from us?Working for Citation you will receive 25 days holiday, corporate gym membership discounts, private healthcare, your birthday off work, the opportunity to purchase extra leave, pension contributions and more!If you are still reading this, it says our culture is for you. Apply now. Come join us.
      • winkfield, hc
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryOur purpose is reimagining energy for people and our planet. We want to help the world reach net zero and improve people’s lives. As part of our strategy, bp will leverage digital innovations and put customers at the heart of what we do whilst managing our data privacy, cybersecurity and other technology-related risks. A full-time senior privacy lawyer is required to join the Digital & Privacy team (D&P), that sits within the Digital, Applied Scliences, Privacy & Brands legal team, to assist bp in delivering its strategy while maintaining a strong culture of data privacy compliance within the organisation.Job AdvertD&P serves as bp’s central data privacy team responsible for maintaining bp’s global privacy compliance framework.In doing so, D&P provides the business with the necessary tools, training, processes and advice for managing personal information in accordance with bp requirements and applicable laws.The successful candidate will be a key senior contributor to bp’s privacy programme helping our business achieve its aims while mitigating its privacy related risks.About the job:Maintaining, shaping and implementing bp’s global privacy programme, including drafting, implementing and advising on applicable policies and procedures and training and awareness materials.Preparing for and responding to cyber security incidents and other issues involving personal data.Analysing relevant and evolving legislation across geographies to understand the impact on bp and assisting in their implementation where applicable.Supporting a network of local privacy managers across the company.Assessing the privacy implications of new technologies, data strategies and business opportunities developed by bp’s global businesses.Supporting the data privacy aspects of contracts and counterparty due diligence such as supply chain arrangements, joint ventures, acquisitions and divestitures in collaboration with others in legal and other support functions.Instructing and managing external counsel as necessary and within budget.About you:In-depth understanding of privacy legislation, including the GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018.Experience in developing, implementing and/or maintaining a privacy compliance programme.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. This role requires engagement with all levels of the businesses and support functions across bp.A proven track record of high-quality contribution to strategy and delivery.English law qualification preferred.International experience.Strong technology and project management skills.Prior experience with the legal aspects of technology or cybersecurity related matters.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • bracknell, hc
      • full-time
      • TD Synnex
      This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting, fast-paced industry in a caring, nurturing and motivational culture that allows for true personal advancement and career progression. We can offer you: A value-based culture - all of our employees live by our shared core values which in turn brings everyone together in a collaborative culture with a real sense of community. We can offer you access to an online learning portal assisting you in progressing and developing your skillset further. Outstanding benefits package including private healthcare, matched pension, holiday purchase scheme, increased holiday entitlement with service, enhanced Maternity leave and additional 'moments that matter' paid time off Hybrid working Benchmarked salary and progression paths. Job Purpose: To advise the senior management team on all aspects of commercial contracts law with particular focus on advising, negotiating and drafting.Accountabilities:Management of complex legal issues and delivery of clear pragmatic legal advice.Responsibility for the review including the drafting, negotiating and concluding of vendor contracts, customer contracts, services contracts, consultancy contracts, confidentiality agreements, service level agreements, flow down agreements and other related legal agreements.Ensure that all agreements comply with Tech Data's policies.Creation of precedent contracts and forms.Identify management information requirements for the measurement of legal risk exposure and performance for internal productivity.Ensure that legal service and support (both internally and externally) provided to the business is of the highest standard and ensure client satisfactionEnsure that all aspects of legal risk are identified covered and controlled in the implementation of all contracts and internal systems and procedures.Supporting any other legal duties as required by your line manager.Maintain knowledge of data protection and competition law also an understanding of environmental law and export compliance. Knowledge Skills and Experience: Suitably qualified solicitor with good academics and a commercial background. Largely working autonomously, with the guidance and support of the local and wider Tech Data Legal Department.Previous In-House experience is essential, in addition to experience in commercial contracts.Ability to build effective working relationships with senior level management and the sales teams and managing all key stakeholders.High level of thinking and problem solving capability and be capable of working under heavy stress and shifting priorities.Organised, methodical and working closely with all parts of the business.Executing against tight deadlines and high expectations in a high pressure environment.Excellent communication skills.Attention to detail, accurate and precise.Organisation, time and task managementA can do attitude to getting the job done.Ability to communicate effectively and concisely verbally and in writing at all levels Ability to research and keep abreast of relevant areas of law.Ability to negotiate with external parties to bring matters to a successful conclusion.Excellent record keeping skills.Location - Bracknell If you are looking for an opportunity in an exciting fast paced industry with training and support to help you achieve career goals, continuous progression and the chance to grow your new career, apply today to find out more about Tech Data and what we have to offer. #LI-RS1 #LI-RS1 Cultural Competency Requirements: Within Tech Data diversity is one of our fundamental shared values. We are a multi-cultural environment and we pride ourselves on being a welcoming place of work where we celebrate inclusion and champion people from a multitude of backgrounds. Join our team to connect the world with the power of technology!
      • wilmslow, nw
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      The Four Seasons Health Care Group are looking for a Clinical Dementia Facilitator to provide support and training for teams working in our care homes across the ; We have recently launched our new Dementia Champions training programme and the continuation of the roll out of this model will be central to this role.This is a Full-time, permanent role, over a 5-day working week. This position is field based, with frequent travel and occasional overnight stays required to support business meetings and multiple services across the national estate. Therefore, a full UK driving licence is required.As the Clinical Dementia Facilitator, you will:Support with the analysis of the current Dementia care across the company and assist with the review and development our wider training programmes and projects.Support the development of high-quality dementia care services to meet and exceed regulatory requirements.Reporting into the National Dementia Lead, you will also be responsible for acting as Clinical Lead for Dementia Care, which will include a specific responsibility to oversee dementia training and development of nurses.To succeed, you will:Hold a nursing qualification RGN/RMN with post-qualifying experience in dementia care or older adult’s mental health and with an active NMC PIN.Be trained as an Admiral Nurse or equivalent, with experience of developing dementia care practice in Nursing and Residential Care Homes.Have previous experience of working in multiple dementia care services, clinical and community at management level.Experience of contributing to a dementia project roll out would be helpful, preferably at national level.We offer you a great range of benefits, which include:A salary range equivalent to the NHS 7 Salary band.28 days holiday plus bank holidaysMileage and overnight stay expenses covered.Access to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleFree onsite parkingNEST work place pension contributionsThis is an exciting time to be joining us with a clear vision and strategy for change and improvement in place. This is a great opportunity If you are passionate about dementia care and would like to make a difference.
      • stratford, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryOur purpose is reimagining energy for people and our planet. We want to help the world reach net zero and improve people’s lives. As part of our strategy, bp will leverage digital innovations and put customers at the heart of what we do whilst managing our data privacy, cybersecurity and other technology-related risks. A full-time senior privacy lawyer is required to join the Digital & Privacy team (D&P), that sits within the Digital, Applied Scliences, Privacy & Brands legal team, to assist bp in delivering its strategy while maintaining a strong culture of data privacy compliance within the organisation.Job AdvertD&P serves as bp’s central data privacy team responsible for maintaining bp’s global privacy compliance framework.In doing so, D&P provides the business with the necessary tools, training, processes and advice for managing personal information in accordance with bp requirements and applicable laws.The successful candidate will be a key senior contributor to bp’s privacy programme helping our business achieve its aims while mitigating its privacy related risks.About the job:Maintaining, shaping and implementing bp’s global privacy programme, including drafting, implementing and advising on applicable policies and procedures and training and awareness materials.Preparing for and responding to cyber security incidents and other issues involving personal data.Analysing relevant and evolving legislation across geographies to understand the impact on bp and assisting in their implementation where applicable.Supporting a network of local privacy managers across the company.Assessing the privacy implications of new technologies, data strategies and business opportunities developed by bp’s global businesses.Supporting the data privacy aspects of contracts and counterparty due diligence such as supply chain arrangements, joint ventures, acquisitions and divestitures in collaboration with others in legal and other support functions.Instructing and managing external counsel as necessary and within budget.About you:In-depth understanding of privacy legislation, including the GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018.Experience in developing, implementing and/or maintaining a privacy compliance programme.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. This role requires engagement with all levels of the businesses and support functions across bp.A proven track record of high-quality contribution to strategy and delivery.English law qualification preferred.International experience.Strong technology and project management skills.Prior experience with the legal aspects of technology or cybersecurity related matters.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • northenden, nw
      • full-time
      • Express Solicitors
      Express Solicitors have an exciting opportunity for a Litigation Assistant - Route to Training Contract to join the team.Location: Northenden, ManchesterSalary: £20,000 per annumHours: 8:30am-5:30pm Monday-Thursday and 8:30am to 5pm FridayAbout Us:At Express, we pride ourselves in the work we do helping injured people. We are a top 200 Law Firm that specialises in personal injury. We cover every area of personal injury including public liability, occupier's liability, road traffic accidents, employer's liability, industrial disease, serious injuries and clinical negligence matters. The first step on this journey is the position of Litigation Assistant in one of our Departments (OL/PL, EL, RTA, and Consumer Claims). We currently have positions available in OL/PL, RTA and EL.Litigation Assistant - The Role:We see the Litigation Assistant role as a stepping stone towards even greater things - to SQE degree apprenticeship or Training Contract. We are looking for people who, with further investment by us, will make excellent litigation lawyers. We have 39 Trainee Solicitors undertaking a combination of the traditional route via LPC as well as a further 8 undertaking the SQE Degree Apprenticeship.Litigation Assistant - Key Responsibilities:- Chasing by telephone , medical records, police reports, engineer assessments, client statements- Detail checking: making sure the initial attendance is accurate, keeping the case management file fully up to date- Client care- Document analysis: research, review of expert reports, review of denials, quantum reviews, drafting of court documentation, attending applications, attending conferences, taking notes- Witness statements- Weekly reviews with supervisors- Four monthly appraisals to discuss you and your career- Task management, you will be supporting a lawyer and their clients- Case progressionLitigation Assistant - What we can offer you:Personal Injury Academy - Within 6 months of starting at Express Solicitors, we offer bespoke training on black letter law and soft skills. This will be a solid foundation to progress in the role. Thereafter you will have further in-depth training on Personal Injury litigation modules throughout your journey to a training contract.Our trainers include 2 Partners with over 62 years combined PQE gained in Personal Injury litigation, as well as an IT Trainer and a Soft Skills Trainer.Litigation Assistant - You:- We are looking for people who have strong legal academic achievement (LLB, LLM, LPC, GDL)- Usually, this will be in tandem with relevant work experience, to show a desire for helping injured people as well as strong commercial acumen- We are looking for people with the right attitude, who want to learn and progress- We are looking for people who show professionalism, maturity and aptitude for client care and ability to deal with pressure; this is an autonomous role where you will be expected to take responsibility for the tasks in your remit- We are looking for our Trainee Solicitors of the future, so we need to see the correct skills, we offer an uncapped number of Trainee Solicitors, and we offer rolling admittance dates throughout the yearLitigation Assistant - Benefits:We always endeavour to recruit and retain the best staff around. To do so we offer competitive remuneration packages, ongoing training and development opportunities and a wide variety of interesting and challenging work. Additionally, we also offer the following:- 23 days holiday, rising 1 day per year to 26 days, plus bank/public hols; 3 of these days are reserved for the Christmas office closure- 3 holiday buybacks per year after 1 year of service- Private medical insurance available after 2 years' service- Life Assurance - 2 x salary based on annual salary only - eligibility commences when you join the company- Salary sacrifice pension scheme, in addition to auto-enrolment option.- Active social committee, Company pays for trips to , Bowling, Quiz Night, Christmas party, Summer Barbecue plus in-team events such as Escape Rooms, Junkyard Golf etc- Employee Assistance Programme- Free fruit delivered twice a week for all employees- Strong track record of training and promotions throughout the Company.Litigation Assistant - Recruitment Process:3 stage Interview process: 1) MS form, (2) Telephone interview with role-play, (3) face to face interview.By applying for this vacancy, you are giving us consent for to process your data in line with our Privacy Policy, full details of which can be found on our company website.To submit your CV and cover letter for this exciting Litigation Assistant opportunity, please press 'Apply' now.
      • redbourn, hc
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile Summarybp Trading & Shipping (T&S) is bp’s energy trading division, responsible for the physical and financial trading of oil, refined products, biofuels, gas, power, LNG and low carbon fuels. It is a friendly, exciting and dynamic organisation, and is bp’s face to the traded markets.We wish to recruit a lawyer with experience in financing and/or commodity derivatives to join our legal team supporting Refining & Products Trading - Europe & Africa (which focusses on trading oil, refined products and biofuels). This includes the Marketing & Origination (who negotiate long term structured deals) and Structured Products teams (who provide risk management products to clients as part of day-to-day business and larger transactions including physical commodity and financial instruments).Job AdvertAbout the job:The successful candidate will have experience in financing transactions (for example, prepayments, pre-export finance, reserve-based lending, acquisition finance or project finance) and/or commodity derivatives. Be part of a diverse team, with the expectation that over time you'll gain experience advising across a number of the team’s other areas of accountability, including:Day-to-day support for the operational aspects of physical commodity trading, including shipping, quantity and quality claims, demurrage, non-performance and other contractual issues;Lower carbon activities, such as biofuels, circular economy and emission reduction projects;Term deals for supply and purchase contracts of oil and refined products;Disputes;New technologies, such as supporting blockchain ventures;Trade finance, such as receivables discounting;Joint ventures, storage arrangements and new country access;Anti-bribery and corruption, trade sanctions and competition law issues; andFinancial services regulation (although we have specific team members who lead in this area).The individual will primarily support the Marketing & Origination team in BP’s trading business.Further accountability will include providing broad commercial legal advice as necessary, working closely with traders and support functions including Credit, Tax, Treasury, Compliance and the Contracts team.About you:Qualified lawyerExperience advising on financing transactions and/or commodity derivatives in private practice or in-house at a bank, trading house or energy company.Strong interpersonal skills – capable of adopting a variety of styles to interact with clients on the trading floor and senior management to achieve the desired result.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Ability to work both autonomously and as a team player working in a global function.Strong problem-solving skills, with the creativity to propose different options and build consensus.Show integrity, courage and sound ethical judgment.Experience of structured deals combining finance, offtakes and hedging would be an advantage.Understanding of relevant regulatory context, such as MifiD II.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • ledbury, mid
      • part-time
      • Walsingham Support
      Job Title: Creative Learning Facilitator Hours: Minimum 6 hours a ; Salary: £ per ; Location: Ledbury Essential: Full UK Driving License Do you want to finish your day knowing you’ve made a genuine difference to someone’s life? Are you passionate about helping others to achieve their goals – not matter how big or small? Then we have the job for you! About us We are currently seeking an enthusiastic facilitator to be integral in delivering a high-quality service, principally providing meaningful day activities with a specific focus on domestic skills, that enable adults with learning disabilities to develop their own unique and individual ; As the facilitator you will be integral part in delivering a high-quality service principally providing meaningful day activities that enable adults with learning disabilities to develop their own unique and individual lifestyle. Walsingham Support are a charity that has been supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and complex needs across England and Wales since 1986. We pride ourselves on putting the individuals we support at the centre of everything that we do. We do this by delivering specifically tailored support for every individual we work with. As part of your role, your duties will include: Providing high quality, meaningful activities with a specific focus on domestic skills to adults who are supported by Walsingham Support and to others in the community on dates and times agreed with the Creative Learning Manager. Consulting with the Creative Learning Manager and Team Leader in order to provide suitable session content and delivery. Adhering to Health and safety legislation to maintain the safety of individuals in session activities, ensuring that clients feel safe, secure and empowered. Monitor and report on the wellbeing of those using the service. Working collaboratively to deliver continuity of service and delivery of sessions. Adjusting information for clients so that it suits individual preferences or needs. Ensuring all clients have the opportunity to be as fully involved as possible in decision making. Being aware of your own professional development and participate in training and relevant potential learning opportunities that enhance your contribution to the service. Maintaining all records as required and participate in meetings as requested by the Creative Learning Manager. Having a keen interest in cooking and sewing is desirable Why work with us? We really care about all of our staff and offer a range of excellent benefits: Favourable working hours, including part-time roles and a minimum guaranteed hours (MGH) scheme for suitable positions 28 days’ annual leave, rising to up to 38 days depending on length of service Double pay if you work on bank holidays Pension scheme contributions Life assurance equal to three times your salary Bereavement helpline Eye care vouchers (dependent on position) Training and continuing professional development opportunities Long service awards Outstanding work bonus payments £250 recommend a friend bonus.
      • birmingham, mid
      • full-time
      • RecruitmentRevolution.com
      Are you frustrated where you work and do you want Law to be less stressful? Do you want to work for a non-traditional law firm? Do you expect the following from your work?+ To be Happy to start work because you look forward to what the day will bring, enjoy what you do, interacting with your colleagues and team and feel you have helped people while achieving your personal goals.+ To be Hungry to learn more, improve your skills, maximise your potential and help your clients achieve their goals.+ To be Honest and open with yourself, your clients and your colleagues and for them to be honest with you because that is the basis of integrity and self-improvement.+ To be Humble and open minded enough to know that you can always learn from others and from your mistakes; that every one of your colleagues and clients are important and deserve respect and to know that true success can only be achieved with the help and support of others.+ To be Helpful because you want to practice law to help others; you want to be part of a team where everyone supports everyone else and the more you give the more you get.All of the above are our core values and the basis of our culture. If you live by the same values we believe that this would be a good place for you to be and we can achieve great things together.Role InfoCommercial Property SolicitorRemote with Adhoc Meetings @ St Albans HQ (or come to the office when you like)£50,000 – £60,000Plus Excellent Benefits Package, Support & DevelopmentWe’re Paperless and fully digital!Who we are:Launched in 1990 by our Founder, who has a penchant for live music and trekking around Tasmania, Nepal and Europe, we are a full-services modern Law firm. We're big enough to offer a full range of legal services, but small enough to care about each and every client. And it's this fanatical dedication to our customers that has kept some of our clients on our roster for over 30 years. We challenge the conventional legal practice in our thinking from the ground up and have an operating system fit for the 21st century. We're paperless and fully digitised allowing our solicitors to work flexibly and efficiently.The Role:The core purpose of this role is to assist the firm in achieving its 10 year targets by:+ Expanding the commercial department,+ Generating income from commercial property legal work+ Promoting the firm and developing relationships with third parties+ Contributing to the firm’s marketing activitiesAbout You:+ Degree from a good University – ideally Russell Group+ Strong academic qualifications+ Highly technically proficient+ 3 years plus PQE minimum+ Trained with good quality firm+ Professional in appearance and presentation+ Good IT skills+ Able to work independently or in a team+ Confident without arrogance+ Strong communicator+ Good character – you want to make a difference to people's lives+ Some residential property experience (desirable)What we offer in return:+ Ability to work from home or office+ Admin taken away to leave you to concentrate on the law and clients+ Mentoring and technical support+ 25 days holiday in addition to Bank Holidays+ Workplace pension+ Free parking+ Employee discount+ Full training+ Access to Thomson Reuters Practical Law+ Up to date technology & systems+ Support from an experienced Paralegal and CRT+ Virtually paperless environmentSounds like a good fit? Apply here for a fast-track path to our Founder & DirectorApplication notice… We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect you maybe contacted by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details.If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
      • perry green, hc
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile Summarybp Trading & Shipping (T&S) is bp’s energy trading division, responsible for the physical and financial trading of oil, refined products, biofuels, gas, power, LNG and low carbon fuels. It is a friendly, exciting and dynamic organisation, and is bp’s face to the traded markets.We wish to recruit a lawyer with experience in financing and/or commodity derivatives to join our legal team supporting Refining & Products Trading - Europe & Africa (which focusses on trading oil, refined products and biofuels). This includes the Marketing & Origination (who negotiate long term structured deals) and Structured Products teams (who provide risk management products to clients as part of day-to-day business and larger transactions including physical commodity and financial instruments).Job AdvertAbout the job:The successful candidate will have experience in financing transactions (for example, prepayments, pre-export finance, reserve-based lending, acquisition finance or project finance) and/or commodity derivatives. Be part of a diverse team, with the expectation that over time you'll gain experience advising across a number of the team’s other areas of accountability, including:Day-to-day support for the operational aspects of physical commodity trading, including shipping, quantity and quality claims, demurrage, non-performance and other contractual issues;Lower carbon activities, such as biofuels, circular economy and emission reduction projects;Term deals for supply and purchase contracts of oil and refined products;Disputes;New technologies, such as supporting blockchain ventures;Trade finance, such as receivables discounting;Joint ventures, storage arrangements and new country access;Anti-bribery and corruption, trade sanctions and competition law issues; andFinancial services regulation (although we have specific team members who lead in this area).The individual will primarily support the Marketing & Origination team in BP’s trading business.Further accountability will include providing broad commercial legal advice as necessary, working closely with traders and support functions including Credit, Tax, Treasury, Compliance and the Contracts team.About you:Qualified lawyerExperience advising on financing transactions and/or commodity derivatives in private practice or in-house at a bank, trading house or energy company.Strong interpersonal skills – capable of adopting a variety of styles to interact with clients on the trading floor and senior management to achieve the desired result.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Ability to work both autonomously and as a team player working in a global function.Strong problem-solving skills, with the creativity to propose different options and build consensus.Show integrity, courage and sound ethical judgment.Experience of structured deals combining finance, offtakes and hedging would be an advantage.Understanding of relevant regulatory context, such as MifiD II.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Jet2.com
      We have an exciting opportunity for a Commercial Paralegal to join our successful and growing leisure travel business, consisting of and Jet2holidays, the UK’s third largest airline and UK’s second-largest holiday operator ; Key responsibilities:You will join our Legal Services team, supporting our qualified solicitors with a broad range of commercial legal work, including legal research, creating and updating legal documents, and providing legal support on contracts, data protection and marketing. This would be an ideal role for someone looking to gain some “hands on” legal experience in a dynamic commercial environment.Person specification:The successful candidate will have strong academics including a law degree or post graduate diploma in law (or equivalent). Professional qualifications (such as the Legal Practice Course or equivalent) or prior legal work experience are not a necessity, but may be an advantage. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be able to work to tight timescales and have a positive ‘can do’ attitude.What can we offer you?We have been recognised as one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in the UK on Glassdoor and offer our valued colleagues a range of benefits including:- Hybrid working - 2 days per week office based34 days holiday entitlement per annum3 x salary life assuranceContributory pension schemeCareer progression opportunitiesEmployee Assistance programme including professional counsellingAnnual pay reviewColleague discounts on Jet2holidays and holidays and flightsThis is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting forward thinking business. We operate scheduled leisure flights to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and to European Leisure Cities from our 10 UK bases.Help us to send our all-important customers on holiday with and Jet2holidays!!
      • guildford, hc
      • full-time
      • RecruitmentRevolution.com
      Are you frustrated where you work and do you want Law to be less stressful? Do you want to work for a non-traditional law firm? Do you expect the following from your work?+ To be Happy to start work because you look forward to what the day will bring, enjoy what you do, interacting with your colleagues and team and feel you have helped people while achieving your personal goals.+ To be Hungry to learn more, improve your skills, maximise your potential and help your clients achieve their goals.+ To be Honest and open with yourself, your clients and your colleagues and for them to be honest with you because that is the basis of integrity and self-improvement.+ To be Humble and open minded enough to know that you can always learn from others and from your mistakes; that every one of your colleagues and clients are important and deserve respect and to know that true success can only be achieved with the help and support of others.+ To be Helpful because you want to practice law to help others; you want to be part of a team where everyone supports everyone else and the more you give the more you get.All of the above are our core values and the basis of our culture. If you live by the same values we believe that this would be a good place for you to be and we can achieve great things together.Role InfoCommercial Property SolicitorRemote with Adhoc Meetings @ St Albans HQ (or come to the office when you like)£50,000 – £60,000Plus Excellent Benefits Package, Support & DevelopmentWe’re Paperless and fully digital!Who we are:Launched in 1990 by our Founder, who has a penchant for live music and trekking around Tasmania, Nepal and Europe, we are a full-services modern Law firm. We're big enough to offer a full range of legal services, but small enough to care about each and every client. And it's this fanatical dedication to our customers that has kept some of our clients on our roster for over 30 years. We challenge the conventional legal practice in our thinking from the ground up and have an operating system fit for the 21st century. We're paperless and fully digitised allowing our solicitors to work flexibly and efficiently.The Role:The core purpose of this role is to assist the firm in achieving its 10 year targets by:+ Expanding the commercial department,+ Generating income from commercial property legal work+ Promoting the firm and developing relationships with third parties+ Contributing to the firm’s marketing activitiesAbout You:+ Degree from a good University – ideally Russell Group+ Strong academic qualifications+ Highly technically proficient+ 3 years plus PQE minimum+ Trained with good quality firm+ Professional in appearance and presentation+ Good IT skills+ Able to work independently or in a team+ Confident without arrogance+ Strong communicator+ Good character – you want to make a difference to people's lives+ Some residential property experience (desirable)What we offer in return:+ Ability to work from home or office+ Admin taken away to leave you to concentrate on the law and clients+ Mentoring and technical support+ 25 days holiday in addition to Bank Holidays+ Workplace pension+ Free parking+ Employee discount+ Full training+ Access to Thomson Reuters Practical Law+ Up to date technology & systems+ Support from an experienced Paralegal and CRT+ Virtually paperless environmentSounds like a good fit? Apply here for a fast-track path to our Founder & DirectorApplication notice… We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect you maybe contacted by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details.If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
      • seaford, southern
      • full-time
      • Sussex HR
      GRADUATE LEGAL ASSISTANTSTARTING SALARY: £20,000 per annum depending on experienceSeaford, East SussexOur client, Quality Solicitors Barwells, part of the leading household name for legal services in the UK offering legal advice and help to both individuals and businesses in East Sussex, are looking to recruit a Graduate Legal Assistant in their Seaford branch to work in commercial property.The Graduate Legal Assistant will provide direct support to the Principal and report directly to them. The role would suit a Law Grad looking to take their first steps into a Legal position. However, the position would also suit someone with experience.•Preparing correspondence and documents including audio-typing and word processing in accordance with Case Management systems as appropriate;•Filing which will include daily filing and the opening, closing, storage and retrieval of client files in accordance with the detailed procedures contained on the Intranet;•Preparing mail and enclosures for despatch;•Arranging for all copying to be done;•Making appointments, arrange meetings and to maintain an up-to-date diary for his/her Principal;•Preparing the Conference Room for meetings as necessary and for the tidying and clearance of the room at the end of the meeting;•Providing support to other assistants as required;•Providing guidance to junior assistants and temporary secretaries when required to do so;•Attending clients both in person and on the telephone and to provide such support in a professional and friendly manner in keeping with the firm’s standards for client care;•Undertaking any specific training when required to do so and overall to have a responsibility towards self-development;•Securing the confidentiality and security of the firm’s client documentation and information•Other duties commensurate with the post as designated from time to time by the Partnership.Skills:•Good interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively with other team members as well as the public both face to face and over the telephone;•Able to use own initiative and take ownership of tasks;•Be highly organised with an ability to see tasks through to completion;•Demonstrate a good level of ICT skills, particularly in the use of Microsoft Office;•A Driving Licence is required for this role.If you would like to be considered for the role, please submit your CV and a covering letter outlining your ; No agencies please.
      • rushden, mid
      • full-time
      • 2M Legal
      Conveyancing Paralegal Rushden, NorthamptonshireAre you a Paralegal looking for an exciting new opportunity where growth is encouraged?If you have knowledge of the sales conveyancing process our client is looking for you!This is a great new opportunity to be part of a new team based in Rushden with an already established firm.The role is offered in a hybrid arrangement or can be flexible to your preferences. If you prefer to be office based that is fine too!The firm is an expert in medium-high value portfolio sales and property sales through auction.The key to this role is your friendly nature, as our client prides themselves on the great customer service and being very customer focused. The ability to maintain client relationships is important.You will be responsible for supporting the fee earners, answering calls, and managing third parties including agents.Although some knowledge of the sales process is needed, our client is able to offer training.A training contract may also be offered after 24 months of being in the role.So if you come from a customer service background with experience working in a similar residential conveyancing role please click 'Apply' to forward your CV
      • manchester, nw
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Do you have previous experience as a legal secretary in conveyancing? Would you prefer a true 9-5 job with no overtime and no late evenings staying behind? Would you like to work outside of the city centre, have free parking and avoid the tiresome commute to work? If so read on…Our client is recruiting for a conveyancing legal secretary to join the team in their friendly offices in Prestwich, North Manchester. If you have prior experience of working in a conveyancing department they offer in-house training to bring you up-to-speed with the case management system and will assist you with all aspects to help you settle in to your new role within our firm. You must of course have audio typing skills, be computer literate and be familiar with the conveyancing processes both pre and post completion. You will be someone who presents well with good communication skills and who has a personable telephone and face to face manner. In return you will be offered: Competitive salary; in-house training; possible part time position on 4 days if desired; the ability to work for one partner and not in a typing pool; friendly working environment, flexibility regarding your holidays and an out-of-town location with free parking in an upmarket, leafy part of Prestwich with café’s, shops and restaurants nearby – a lovely place to work. Our client considers their secretaries to be the “face of the firm” and so they’re looking for an applicant with a good smile, a positive attitude and a great desire to help their clients in their legal journey with them.How to ApplyThese vacancies at our client don’t come up often so why not apply and they’ll be happy to look over your CV.
      • formby, nw
      • full-time
      • eRecruitSmart
      Our Client is a well-established Property Law Firm and they are recruiting Commercial Property Lawyers in Formby, Merseyside. Applicants preferring to work either full or part time are welcome to apply and hybrid working would be considered.About the companyOur client is a well-respected Property Law Firm, known for providing practical, holistic commercial solutions. They specialise in residential conveyancing and commercial property law. They are a very busy company and this would be a varied role.About the roleThis role is an ideal opportunity for a candidate who is looking to take the next step in their career and gain excellent multi-disciplinary experience.As Commercial Property Lawyer, you will be:•Dealing with commercial transactions, both sales and purchases•Drafting and reviewing commercial leases•Dealing with both freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals•Negotiating lease terms (including rent, transfer/renewal options duration exit etc)•Dealing with commercial refinancingAbout the ideal skill setThe ideal candidate for the position of Commercial Property Lawyer will have/be:•Either SRA registered or CLC accredited•Commercial awareness•A team player with a client focussed approach•Able to demonstrate a willingness to be involved in business development activities•A strong academic background•Experience of working across all areas of property law, including both residential and commercial development (desirable)•Knowledge of portfolio management (desirable)About the salary and rewardsAs a Commercial Property Lawyer you will receive a salary of £30,000 to £60,000 per annum depending on experience.After a successful probationary period you will also receive/be eligible for:•Bonus scheme•Free onsite parking•Training•Career progressionHow to ApplyPlease note that eRecruitSmart is advertising the role of Commercial Property Lawyer on behalf of the Hiring Company and your CV plus covering letter will be sent to the Hiring Manager who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied ; Please only apply if you consent to these terms.You must have eligibility to work in the ; Please note, only suitable applicants will be ; If your address and contact details are not on your CV and/or no covering letter is provided, you will not be considered.We look forward to hearing from you!Commercial Property Lawyer, Commercial Property, Lawyer, Property Lawyer, Legal Jobs, Merseyside Jobs
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryOur purpose is reimagining energy for people and our planet. We want to help the world reach net zero and improve people’s lives. As part of our strategy, bp will leverage digital innovations and put customers at the heart of what we do whilst managing our data privacy, cybersecurity and other technology-related risks. A full-time senior privacy lawyer is required to join the Digital & Privacy team (D&P), that sits within the Digital, Applied Scliences, Privacy & Brands legal team, to assist bp in delivering its strategy while maintaining a strong culture of data privacy compliance within the organisation.Job AdvertD&P serves as bp’s central data privacy team responsible for maintaining bp’s global privacy compliance framework.In doing so, D&P provides the business with the necessary tools, training, processes and advice for managing personal information in accordance with bp requirements and applicable laws.The successful candidate will be a key senior contributor to bp’s privacy programme helping our business achieve its aims while mitigating its privacy related risks.About the job:Maintaining, shaping and implementing bp’s global privacy programme, including drafting, implementing and advising on applicable policies and procedures and training and awareness materials.Preparing for and responding to cyber security incidents and other issues involving personal data.Analysing relevant and evolving legislation across geographies to understand the impact on bp and assisting in their implementation where applicable.Supporting a network of local privacy managers across the company.Assessing the privacy implications of new technologies, data strategies and business opportunities developed by bp’s global businesses.Supporting the data privacy aspects of contracts and counterparty due diligence such as supply chain arrangements, joint ventures, acquisitions and divestitures in collaboration with others in legal and other support functions.Instructing and managing external counsel as necessary and within budget.About you:In-depth understanding of privacy legislation, including the GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018.Experience in developing, implementing and/or maintaining a privacy compliance programme.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. This role requires engagement with all levels of the businesses and support functions across bp.A proven track record of high-quality contribution to strategy and delivery.English law qualification preferred.International experience.Strong technology and project management skills.Prior experience with the legal aspects of technology or cybersecurity related matters.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • central scotland, scotland
      • full-time
      • QA LIMITED
      Ashurst are a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for future growth. Their in-depth understanding of their clients and commitment to providing exceptional standards of service have seen them become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. Their clients want them to take responsibility for efficient sourcing of legal services without compromising on quality. Ashurst also want to maximise operational efficiency and remain competitive and innovative. You will provide high quality, highly skilled administrative input to colleagues within the Ashurst global network of offices, covering a wide range of transactions and advice for Ashurst's premier client ; This is a really exciting opportunity for someone with top-notch organisational skills and a strong work ethic to join the business as a Legal Support Apprentice. Ashurst have worked with QA for a number of years now, supporting over 20 talented individuals through their apprenticeship programmes across various departments. The business operates out of 16 countries, with over 3000 staff across 26 offices. Interested? Apply Today!Key Responsibilities:You will provide support to the legal analyst, legal technologies and project management teams as well as, from time to time, other practice areas within the firm. Working as part of a team managing a large-scale ongoing project.Operating NBI (New Business Intake) system, creating file for new cases and putting details into online formTime recording for lawyers using 3E system allowing for accurate billing to clients at the end of the monthSupporting with management and maintenance of Excel spreadsheets.Producing daily internal reports for lawyers, partners and internal stakeholdersUpdating work trackersLiaising with fee earners and internal support functions across the company’s global networkSmall redaction exercisesRunning document comparisonsData verificationProof readingHard and soft copy document management (execution of documents, setting up and managing data rooms)Inbox and diary management Full training will be provided. Required Skills:Educated to Higher Grade or equivalentStrong time management skillsAttention to detail and thoroughness are essentialGood written and oral communicationConfident and professional mannerCommitted, hardworking and responsibleAbility to manage own workloadWell-developed IT skills - being competent in the use of Word and Excel, and familiarity with Outlook would be advantageous.Additional Information:Salary - £14,040 per annumSalary will be discussed should you secure a permanent role at the end of your apprenticeship.Monday - Friday, 09:00 - 17:3033 days holiday allowanceAbility to purchase additional days holidayCycle to work schemeDiscounts at local retailersPension contribution Future Career Progression:There may be an opportunity to move into a permanent role at the end of your apprenticeship should you perform well.Important Information“QA’s apprenticeship programmes may be funded in part by the European Union through the European Social Fund, which supports the development of employment opportunities and a skilled #x201D;For more information about QA Apprenticeships, please visit our website. Note: This advert may close early if a suitable candidate is found before the advertised close date is reached.
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • Asda
      Job AdvertCan you add value in a fast-paced commercial environment? Are you looking for an opportunity to provide legal advice at the cutting edge of an extremely competitive industry? Do you desire the opportunity to broaden your legal expertise across all areas? As a Legal Manager, you will partner with our commercial teams to provide clear, straightforward legal advice to meet strategic goals and support supplier relationships. You will be actively encouraged to think innovatively about the delivery of legal support, engage in horizon-scanning and provide key advisory on changes in the retail and consumer space. Your RoleThis position is a leadership role with full accountability for the day to day support on GNFR contracts, terminations and contract management as well as leading process improvement projects. The c10 would support an SM who is responsible for multiple Business Units. The position would rotate around the Business Units to ensure a holistic view of GNFR contracts required by the business and ensure a strong talent pipeline.Manages external legal team on specific outsourced projects (where relevant)Engages with stakeholders who input to the GNFR contracts Info Sec, Privacy, FinanceAccountable for the legal advice for each matter assigned to the role, with support from the SM responsible for the Business Unit, including:-advice on how to best structure arrangements with external suppliers;the negotiation and drafting of the legal documentation to support those arrangements;continuous improvement and best in class contract adviceIdea generation and implementation of (where appropriate) legal self-service goalsMaintaining MI and one version of the truth contracts repository in respect of those contracts assigned to the role.Supporting corporate governance for all contracts assigned to the role.Attending project meetings (where required)Leading regular project manager level calls to touch in on all contracts and/or the pipelineProviding input to legal processes and standard documentsEnsures legal advice is delivered in a timely, clear and accessible way and gives appropriate weight to the business unit's commercial requirements and aimsPartners with project managers and stakeholders to deliver the business unit's legal requirements About You2-6+ years' experience of providing legal advice on commercial contracts or a complementary area of law corporate, litigation, etc . A track record of delivering contracts to project timelines Ability to work cross-functionally and ensure engagement of stakeholdersAbility to overlay legal issues in an accessible way and taking into account the commercial requirements Work Where it #x202F; Our hybrid way of working gives you the choice to work where it #x202F; This enables you to choose where you'll be the most #x202F; It offers a mix of working from home and in an office environment that works best for you and your team, as well as across our network of stores and #x202F;You will also get an excellent benefits package including;-£5,700 company car or car allowance plus discretionary company bonusCompany pension up to 7% matched10% colleague discount, free parking and many additional rewards. We want all colleagues to be able to bring their best and true selves to work, every day. Simply put, we want our colleagues to be Proud to be Asda and proud to be themselves.
      • kings langley, hc
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile Summarybp Trading & Shipping (T&S) is bp’s energy trading division, responsible for the physical and financial trading of oil, refined products, biofuels, gas, power, LNG and low carbon fuels. It is a friendly, exciting and dynamic organisation, and is bp’s face to the traded markets.We wish to recruit a lawyer with experience in financing and/or commodity derivatives to join our legal team supporting Refining & Products Trading - Europe & Africa (which focusses on trading oil, refined products and biofuels). This includes the Marketing & Origination (who negotiate long term structured deals) and Structured Products teams (who provide risk management products to clients as part of day-to-day business and larger transactions including physical commodity and financial instruments).Job AdvertAbout the job:The successful candidate will have experience in financing transactions (for example, prepayments, pre-export finance, reserve-based lending, acquisition finance or project finance) and/or commodity derivatives. Be part of a diverse team, with the expectation that over time you'll gain experience advising across a number of the team’s other areas of accountability, including:Day-to-day support for the operational aspects of physical commodity trading, including shipping, quantity and quality claims, demurrage, non-performance and other contractual issues;Lower carbon activities, such as biofuels, circular economy and emission reduction projects;Term deals for supply and purchase contracts of oil and refined products;Disputes;New technologies, such as supporting blockchain ventures;Trade finance, such as receivables discounting;Joint ventures, storage arrangements and new country access;Anti-bribery and corruption, trade sanctions and competition law issues; andFinancial services regulation (although we have specific team members who lead in this area).The individual will primarily support the Marketing & Origination team in BP’s trading business.Further accountability will include providing broad commercial legal advice as necessary, working closely with traders and support functions including Credit, Tax, Treasury, Compliance and the Contracts team.About you:Qualified lawyerExperience advising on financing transactions and/or commodity derivatives in private practice or in-house at a bank, trading house or energy company.Strong interpersonal skills – capable of adopting a variety of styles to interact with clients on the trading floor and senior management to achieve the desired result.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Ability to work both autonomously and as a team player working in a global function.Strong problem-solving skills, with the creativity to propose different options and build consensus.Show integrity, courage and sound ethical judgment.Experience of structured deals combining finance, offtakes and hedging would be an advantage.Understanding of relevant regulatory context, such as MifiD II.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • doncaster, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Make a positive change – work for The Alcohol & Drug ServiceWe are looking for a full-time permanent Recovery Worker – Criminal Justice based in Doncaster.Ref: 411The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS) are a registered charity who have been transforming the lives of people affected by drugs and alcohol misuse for over 35 years.Aspire is a partnership between ADS and Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH). It combines the strengths of both NHS provision under the leadership of a consultant with the strengths of the voluntary sector provided by ADS. The partnership has worked together for over 20 years providing Drug and Alcohol Services to our local communities. It is a forward thinking and innovative partnership that works closely with the recovery communities it serves to provide flexible, responsive services which offer the best possible outcomes for its service users and community it serves.With a new National Drug Strategy just published, it is an extremely exciting time to be working in the drug and alcohol field with significant new career opportunities being created.Working with people involved in the judicial system supporting them to lead meaningful lives. This team works very closely with the courts, probation and prisons to support and steer people away from a life of crime and offending often underpinned by addiction issues.If you have relevant experience in the substance misuse field and are educated to GCSE in English and Maths or equivalent, we would like to hear from you.We provide a comprehensive package of accredited courses and for newly qualified Social Workers we support the ASYE programme.In return, ADS are offering:•Salary £20703 - £ 25023•Generous annual leave, 29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2 years’ service and 34 after 5; plus, Public Holidays•Attractive Pension Package (6% employer contribution)•Health Scheme - Simply Health•Training opportunities in line with the personalised learning and development plan•Enhanced sick pay•Along with joining ADS at a time of exciting and fast-growing changeClosing Date: 13 June 2022Interview Date: 01 July 2022Working at ADS is more than a job, it’s an investment of time to make a difference to the lives of people with substance misuse issues and their families.To apply click on the link provided and you will be redirected to the company website.PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT ACCEPT CV’S.This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The ADS is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity. We promote the fair and equal treatment of potential and existing employees and clients.
      • birmingham, mid
      • full-time
      • Citation
      HR / Employment Law ConsultantSalary: Up to £42,000 per annum Location: fully remote or hybrid split of home and officeTraining: Optional CIPD level 7!Are you looking for your next move in HR and looking for a role that encompasses your passion for both HR and employment law? Are you bored of the same old HR roles and are keen to unleash your creativity, solving problems in a fast-paced and demanding but highly rewarding and supportive environment? If so, then read on…We are Citation - One of the UK's biggest providers of HR, Employment Law, Health and Safety and other compliance services. We are far from your average service provider as our colleagues bring their great personalities to work, not just their skills!We've just entered our 3rd wave of private equity ownership alongside KKR and Hg Capital and don't plan on slowing down anytime soon. This also means as the company grows over the next 3 to 5 years, you've got the opportunity to do so too! If the prospect of this excites you… good, you're the right type of person for us.If you are a professional with a personality who wants to work in a forward-thinking business surrounded by brilliant people who really care about you and are great to work with, then we are definitely the Company you should come and grow with. So, if our culture sounds like a good fit for you and you want to be part of our success story, then send us your details.The roleThis is a blended consultancy role, providing HR advice as well as hands-on support to our clients and would be perfect for someone who loves to do both!We believe in a good work-life balance. There is no taking work home, no mobile phone ringing out of hours, no time recording, and you will see a case through from start to finish, building up relationships with your clients.Our client base covers a wide range of UK industries and businesses, so no two days are the same.The role consists of:* You will work with our client to provide end to end telephone support for all their employee relation needs meaning you will be a contact for help with a wide range of HR and employment law subjects, including disciplinary and grievance, TUPE and redundancy.* You will provide ad hoc support in the form of proactive and reactive services, which includes HR training, chairing meetings such as disciplinary and grievance hearings or potentially exit negotiations on behalf of your client. AD HOCEssentially, giving the clients the support they need to keep their business compliant in the ever-changing world of HR and employment law!The person:* Experience in providing advice on complex and varied HR and employment law issues * Experience in independently and impartially conducting meetings with employees* Be passionate about helping and supporting clients to achieve the needs of their business* Tact, diplomacy, an eye for detail and excellent oral and written communication skills are essential* Be self-motivated and able to work with autonomy* Actively committed to self-developmentWhat you get from us?Working for Citation you will receive 25 days holiday, corporate gym membership discounts, private healthcare, your birthday off work, the opportunity to purchase extra leave, pension contributions and more!If you are still reading this, it says our culture is for you. Apply now. Come join us.
      • cambridge, angl
      • full-time
      • Hyper Recruitment Solutions
      Are you a Patent Scientist or PhD qualified scientist with a background in scientific communications looking for your next move?We are currently looking for a Intellectual Property Lead to join an innovative and dynamic biotechnology company based in the Cambridgeshire area. The company has a strong environmental focus and are using their technology for the creation of products which are better for people and our planet. This role is amendable to hybrid or remote working for the right individual.As the Intellectual Property Lead you will be responsible for contributing to the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, perform freedom to operate and patentability searches and manage communications with, and help direct the activities of patent attorneys. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Your duties as the Intellectual Property Lead will be varied however the key duties and responsibilities are as follows:1. Work with the CSO, CEO and external patent attorneys to develop and implement the Company's intellectual property strategy.2. Manage communications with and help direct the activities of outside counsel.3. Assist in the preparation, filing and prosecution of domestic and foreign patent applications, including the preparation of arguments in response to office actions.4. Work with R&D to identify and assess the patentability of new inventions; assist in drafting and reviewing related invention disclosures.5. Review and prepare freedom-to-operate opinions in collaboration with outside counsel in relation to new product ideas and developments coming from the R&D group.6. Provide periodic training to Company employees regarding the protection of intellectual property.7. Maintain, update and set policies & systems for internal management of intellectual property.8. Review and propose IP expenditure as part of the budgeting process. Manage IP budget.8. Combine legal and technical knowledge with business understanding in order to provide high-level guidance. 9. Assist with corporate work and other tasks, including reviewing contract clauses related to IP rights and contribute to preparation of investor materials.ROLE REQUIREMENTS:To be successful in your application to this exciting opportunity as the Intellectual Property Lead we are looking to identify the following on your profile and past history:1. PhD in relevant field, eg, biotechnology, biochemistry, industrial biotechnology, plant biotechnology, bioorganic chemistry etc. 2. Experience in a laboratory setting with a developed understanding of empirical validation of scientific concepts as well as have a strong understanding of the scientific and technological fields3. A desire to communicate scientific concepts and data in writing exemplified by having several 1st author scientific papers in high ranking journals and / or demonstrable experience in patent drafting.Key Words: Intellectual property | Patent Scientist | Scientific communications | patent applicationHyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer who are certified by Investors in People for talent development. We therefore welcome applications for any interested parties who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors, and is made up of a collaboration of recruitment professionals and scientists. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
      • hemel hempstead, hc
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryOur purpose is reimagining energy for people and our planet. We want to help the world reach net zero and improve people’s lives. As part of our strategy, bp will leverage digital innovations and put customers at the heart of what we do whilst managing our data privacy, cybersecurity and other technology-related risks. A full-time senior privacy lawyer is required to join the Digital & Privacy team (D&P), that sits within the Digital, Applied Scliences, Privacy & Brands legal team, to assist bp in delivering its strategy while maintaining a strong culture of data privacy compliance within the organisation.Job AdvertD&P serves as bp’s central data privacy team responsible for maintaining bp’s global privacy compliance framework.In doing so, D&P provides the business with the necessary tools, training, processes and advice for managing personal information in accordance with bp requirements and applicable laws.The successful candidate will be a key senior contributor to bp’s privacy programme helping our business achieve its aims while mitigating its privacy related risks.About the job:Maintaining, shaping and implementing bp’s global privacy programme, including drafting, implementing and advising on applicable policies and procedures and training and awareness materials.Preparing for and responding to cyber security incidents and other issues involving personal data.Analysing relevant and evolving legislation across geographies to understand the impact on bp and assisting in their implementation where applicable.Supporting a network of local privacy managers across the company.Assessing the privacy implications of new technologies, data strategies and business opportunities developed by bp’s global businesses.Supporting the data privacy aspects of contracts and counterparty due diligence such as supply chain arrangements, joint ventures, acquisitions and divestitures in collaboration with others in legal and other support functions.Instructing and managing external counsel as necessary and within budget.About you:In-depth understanding of privacy legislation, including the GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018.Experience in developing, implementing and/or maintaining a privacy compliance programme.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. This role requires engagement with all levels of the businesses and support functions across bp.A proven track record of high-quality contribution to strategy and delivery.English law qualification preferred.International experience.Strong technology and project management skills.Prior experience with the legal aspects of technology or cybersecurity related matters.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • exeter, sw
      • full-time
      • Tozers Solicitors
      Legal SecretaryExeter, DevonAbout UsWith offices in Exeter, Teignmouth and Newton Abbot, Tozers Solicitors LLP is looking for a Legal Secretary to join their team working from their Exeter office on a full-time, permanent basis.With 26 partners and 140 staff across our offices, we offer unrivalled legal services to businesses and individuals, both locally and nationally.The Benefits- Competitive salary- Pension- Travel loan scheme- Charity and social responsibility scheme- 23 days’ holiday- Extra holiday at ChristmasThis is a terrific opportunity for an organised individual, looking to begin or advance their career within the legal industry, to join our forward-thinking firm.We put our people at the heart of what we do as we believe they are an integral part of our success. Therefore, you will be continuously supported in the development of your knowledge and skill set to enable you to reach your full potential.So, if you want to progress your own strengths while working in a collaborative environment, apply today!The RoleAs a Legal Secretary, you will support our Residential Property Team in delivering a bespoke conveyancing service across England and Wales.You will be providing legal support to fee earners with both administrative tasks and pre and/or post completion work on property transactions.Specifically, your key duties will include opening, closing and archiving client files, proofreading and using our IT systems and packages.Additionally, you will professionally handle email and telephone enquiries from clients, document production and proactively support the team to remain organised and work effectively and efficiently.About YouTo be considered as a Legal Secretary, you will need:- A ‘can-do’ attitude and the ability to adapt to many different tasks- Excellent organisational skills- Proficiency in ITPrevious experience in a property role would be beneficial to your application.The ability to demonstrate problem-solving skills and how you have used these in previous roles would be equally advantageous.Other organisations may call this role Property Secretary, Legal Administrator, Legal Assistant, Practice Secretary, or Property Legal Secretary.The closing date for this role is 31st May 2022.As signatories to the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Charter and the MINDFUL EMPLOYER initiative, Tozers LLP is committed to reflecting the society we serve and is positive about mental health in the workplace.So, if you’re looking for an exciting opportunity as a Legal Secretary, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • glasgow, scotland
      • full-time
      • Citation
      HR / Employment Law ConsultantSalary: Up to £42,000 per annum Location: fully remote or hybrid split of home and officeTraining: Optional CIPD level 7!Are you looking for your next move in HR and looking for a role that encompasses your passion for both HR and employment law? Are you bored of the same old HR roles and are keen to unleash your creativity, solving problems in a fast-paced and demanding but highly rewarding and supportive environment? If so, then read on…We are Citation - One of the UK's biggest providers of HR, Employment Law, Health and Safety and other compliance services. We are far from your average service provider as our colleagues bring their great personalities to work, not just their skills!We've just entered our 3rd wave of private equity ownership alongside KKR and Hg Capital and don't plan on slowing down anytime soon. This also means as the company grows over the next 3 to 5 years, you've got the opportunity to do so too! If the prospect of this excites you… good, you're the right type of person for us.If you are a professional with a personality who wants to work in a forward-thinking business surrounded by brilliant people who really care about you and are great to work with, then we are definitely the Company you should come and grow with. So, if our culture sounds like a good fit for you and you want to be part of our success story, then send us your details.The roleThis is a blended consultancy role, providing HR advice as well as hands-on support to our clients and would be perfect for someone who loves to do both!We believe in a good work-life balance. There is no taking work home, no mobile phone ringing out of hours, no time recording, and you will see a case through from start to finish, building up relationships with your clients.Our client base covers a wide range of UK industries and businesses, so no two days are the same.The role consists of:* You will work with our client to provide end to end telephone support for all their employee relation needs meaning you will be a contact for help with a wide range of HR and employment law subjects, including disciplinary and grievance, TUPE and redundancy.* You will provide ad hoc support in the form of proactive and reactive services, which includes HR training, chairing meetings such as disciplinary and grievance hearings or potentially exit negotiations on behalf of your client. AD HOCEssentially, giving the clients the support they need to keep their business compliant in the ever-changing world of HR and employment law!The person:* Experience in providing advice on complex and varied HR and employment law issues * Experience in independently and impartially conducting meetings with employees* Be passionate about helping and supporting clients to achieve the needs of their business* Tact, diplomacy, an eye for detail and excellent oral and written communication skills are essential* Be self-motivated and able to work with autonomy* Actively committed to self-developmentWhat you get from us?Working for Citation you will receive 25 days holiday, corporate gym membership discounts, private healthcare, your birthday off work, the opportunity to purchase extra leave, pension contributions and more!If you are still reading this, it says our culture is for you. Apply now. Come join us.
      • lichfield, mid
      • full-time
      • AX
      AX is an accident assistance and after care service provider who deliver replacement vehicles to customers who have been involved in non-fault accidents. We are looking for a Legal Assistant to join our award-winning team. We pride ourselves on keeping drivers driving and being experts at caring for people and cars. Our values of Inspired to Innovate, Always Respectful, Fully Accountable and Delivering Delight are embedded into our culture which puts people at the heart of everything we ; Do you want to be part of a Company who believe their people are fundamental to its success, and work in an environment where colleagues are encouraged to innovate and collaborate? We have a strong culture that puts colleague wellbeing first and believe that developing and engaging with our colleagues is fundamental to ensure we provide an industry leading service to our partners and our ;Role descriptionAs a Legal Assistant working at AX, you will prepare and progress, legal documentation to help with the successful settlement of motor claims through the litigation process, ensuring effective prompt settlement and recovery of outstanding ;Your key accountabilities will include:Taking ownership of allocated files (claim portfolio) supporting prompt and commercial resolution of debt recoveryResearching information and preparing legal documentation pertaining to the recovery of motor claims. This will include preparing accurate client statements and all supporting information to achieve successful litigationResponding and complying to all court and third parties timescales associated to the recovery of motor claimsLooking to negotiate settlement of motor claims where possible to avoid court action being taken within predefined authorisation levelsProviding legal advice to clients; corresponding with them and explaining complex issues relating to the claims processWhat you need to be a Legal Assistant at AX:Demonstrable experience and an understanding of litigation, court proceedings and CPR rulesExperience within the credit hire / insurance industry would be beneficial Proven judgment and decision-making skills including problem solvingAbility to demonstrate commercial awarenessDemonstrable experience of achieving against targetsIT Literate, demonstrable experience of using in house computer systemsHoursIn this Assistant role you will be working Monday to Friday, to ;Why choose AX?As well as a starting salary of £20,500 per annum we also offer:Blended working – offering a mix of working from home and from our office in LichfieldLife assurance (4 x basic salary)A competitive contributory pension schemePrivate healthcareFree inhouse counselling, coaching and wellbeing servicesAdditional training and development for the roleExcellent recognition and referral schemesAnnual leave increasing with years of serviceHow to applyIf this sounds like the Legal Assistant role for you, click the apply link online and send an updated copy of your CV to AX today!
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • Asda
      Job AdvertCan you add value in a fast-paced commercial environment? Are you looking for an opportunity to provide legal advice at the cutting edge of an extremely competitive industry? Do you desire to continue your development and broaden your legal expertise across all areas of a retail business? As a Legal Manager, you will partner with our commercial teams across the business to provide clear, straightforward legal advice to meet strategic goals and support supplier relationships. You will be actively encouraged to think innovatively about the delivery of legal support, engage in horizon-scanning and provide key advisory on changes in the retail and consumer space. Your RoleAs a member of the legal Asset team, you will partner with our property, ALS, pharmacy and optical and strategic partnership teams and our subsidiaries such as IPL to provide clear, straightforward legal advice to meet strategic goals . You will be actively encouraged to think innovatively about the delivery of legal support, engage in horizon-scanning and provide key advisory on changes in the retail and consumer space.Manages a trainee and external legal team Part of the team that is accountable for the end-to-end property, planning, construction and real estate competition advice for Bellis Finco and Asda companies (including:-Legal advice on how to best structure real estate, real estate finance, partnerships, pharmacy and optical contracts and GNFR contractual arrangements with external landlords, tenants, vendors and suppliers;Negotiations and drafting of legal documentation to support those arrangements;Continuous Improvement and best in class real estate and GNFR contract counsel including where appropriate the delivery of the legal self-service goalsMaintaining MI and one version of the truth property contracts repository Driving transparency whilst focusing on key issues to enable the business to deliver at paceSupporting corporate governance for all property related mattersPartners with VP's, SD's, SM's and managers across property, construction , planning, ALS, pharmacy and optical About You4/5 years PQE experience of drafting real estate and commercial contractsA track record of delivering projects to ambitious timelines Work Where it #x202F; Our hybrid way of working gives you the choice to work where it #x202F; This enables you to choose where you'll be the most #x202F; It offers a mix of working from home and in an office environment that works best for you and your team, as well as across our network of stores and #x202F;You will also get an excellent benefits package including;-£5,700 company car or car allowance plus discretionary company bonusCompany pension up to 7% matched10% colleague discount, free parking and many additional rewards. We want all colleagues to be able to bring their best and true selves to work, every day. Simply put, we want our colleagues to be Proud to be Asda and proud to be themselves.
      • peacehaven, southern
      • full-time
      • Sussex HR
      PRIVATE CLIENT LEGAL ASSISTANTSALARY: £18,000+ per annum depending on experienceFull Time - Must have Driving Licence and Car Peacehaven East SussexOur client, Quality Solicitors Barwells, part of the leading household name for legal services in the UK offering legal advice and help to both individuals and businesses in East Sussex, are looking to recruit a Private Client Legal Assistants in our Peacehaven branch.The Legal Assistant will provide direct support to the Principal and report directly to them. The role may suit someone looking to take their first steps into a Legal position, however, would also suit someone with experience.•Preparing correspondence and documents including audio-typing and word processing in accordance with Case Management systems as appropriate;•Filing which will include daily filing and the opening, closing, storage and retrieval of client files in accordance with the detailed procedures contained on the Intranet;•Preparing mail and enclosures for despatch;•Arranging for all copying to be done;•Making appointments, arrange meetings and to maintain an up-to-date diary for his/her Principal;•Preparing the Conference Room for meetings as necessary and for the tidying and clearance of the room at the end of the meeting;•Providing refreshments when asked to do so;•Providing support to other assistants as required;•Providing guidance to junior assistants and temporary secretaries when required to do so;•Attending clients both in person and on the telephone and to provide such support in a professional and friendly manner in keeping with the firm’s standards for client care;•Undertaking any specific training when required to do so and overall to have a responsibility towards self-development;•Securing the confidentiality and security of the firm’s client documentation and information•Other duties commensurate with the post as designated from time to time by the Partnership;Skills:•Good interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively with other team members as well as the public both face to face and over the telephone;•Able to use own initiative and take ownership of tasks;•Be highly organised with an ability to see tasks through to completion;•Demonstrate a good level of ICT skills, particularly in the use of Microsoft Office;•A Driving Licence is required for this role.If you would like to be considered for the role, please submit your CV and a covering letter outlining your ; No agencies please.
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