Commercial Lawyer vacancies in the Government Legal Department and HM Revenue and Customs

Joint recruitment campaign for Commercial Lawyers in the Government Legal Department and HM Revenue and Customs

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Headline Information

Job title Commercial lawyers
Location Leeds and North West (GLD) and Manchester (HMRC)
Salary Lawyer GLD & HMRC: £48,389 - £55,501 (2 years plus PQE)
Salary Legal Officer GLD: £42,000; HMRC: £38,000 (1 to 2 years PQE)
Application deadline Monday 27 February 2017

Vacancy details

There are 6 Commercial Lawyer vacancies available.

For the Government Legal Department:

Number of posts Location Team
2 North West of England Department for Works and Pensions
1 Leeds Ministry of Justice
1 Leeds Department of Health

For HM Revenue and Customs:

Number of posts Location Team
1 Manchester HMRC Commercial Law Team

You will be advising on the implementation of government policies through contracts, dealing with a broad range of commercial work that has a real impact on the delivery of key public services and advising ministers and senior civil servants on matters of national interest.

You may be accountable for the quality and VFM of external legal services.

Successful candidates can expect to be involved in some of the most high profile, complex and far reaching commercial issues available in the UK.

The allocation of the successful applicants to GLD or HMRC and a team will be dependent on business needs, relevant experience and, as far as possible, candidate preference.

Contact for Application Enquiries

For further information about the post and how to apply, please contact either Adele Callaghan or Katie Haggerty at Hays for the Leeds posts.

For all other posts, please contact Navita Rooprai at Hays.

GLD and HMRC Commercial Lawyer Vacancy Notice

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Published 7 February 2017