Commercial lawyer vacancies in HM Revenue and Customs
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Information for candidates applying for commercial lawyer vacancies in HM Revenue and Customs
|Job title||Commercial lawyer|
|Location||London or Manchester|
|London salary (less than 2 years PQE)||£38,294|
|London salary (over 2 years PQE)||£53,915 to £61,898|
|Manchester salary (less than 2 years PQE)||£35,409|
|Manchester salary (over 2 years PQE)||£47,903 to £55,015|
|Application deadline||Midday on Wednesday 22 June 2016|
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) currently has exciting and challenging opportunities for experienced commercial lawyers to join their commercial teams in Manchester and London.
In recent years, commercial work in HMRC has increased in significance and become even more high profile. Commercial capability is a priority across government and HMRC is going through significant IT and estates transformation. HMRC commercial lawyers advise on some of the most high profile, high value and complex public procurement and contractual commercial legal issues within government, which makes this a really exciting time to join HMRC’s legal team.
The Programmes team provides legal support to HMRC’s largest transformation programmes including ‘Columbus’ (IT) and ‘Ruby’ (Estates); and their Corporate team advises on the department’s day to day IT, estates, banking and general commercial operations, including all aspects of public procurement, commercial contracts, intellectual property rights, state aid, contract and supplier management and disputes resolution. Each team has lawyers based in both Manchester and London.
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Published: 2 June 2016
From: Government Legal Service