Solicitor - Corporate & Property - Tech Company - Hybrid - 53k

Job Description

VANRATH are delighted to be partnering with the UKs most revolutionary Tech focused EV Charging Company that is changing the charging network infrastructure throughout NI. This company is looking to recruit a Legal Counsel who wants to progress their career in the Tech industry (highest paying industry).

This is a Hybrid working role - Office is based in Dargan (North Belfast) - Permanent position

Flexibility on working hours available


£40,000 - £53,000 (Fully Negotiable) & Bonuses & 36 Days Holidays


We are ideally looking for a newly qualified/1-2years PQE solicitor ideally with experience in commercial and property law. The role handles a wide range of corporate, commercial, property and compliance work.

  • Undertake legal research and monitor different channels for any relevant legal changes
  • Review, draft and amend a range of commercial contracts
  • Review, draft and amend NDAs
  • Review, draft and amend internal policies
  • Manage our trademarks
  • Support HR with employment matters
  • Provide feedback to the senior managers and the wider team on legal queries
  • Liaise with external counsel where necessary
  • Compliance work, including handling subject access requests
  • Commercial understanding allowing you to foresee upcoming needs and act proactively

Essential Criteria

· The successful candidate must have a high-quality academic record including a Bachelors/ University degree qualification in the relevant discipline of law or equivalent.

  • A minimum of 12 months experience of working as a Paralegal / Legal Professional.
  • Professional membership with UK Law society or equivalent legal professional body.

Desirable Criteria

  • · Experience of working in a commercial environment highly desirable.
  • · Experience with different legal systems

For further information on this vacancy, or any other job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves in the strictest confidence.

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