- Location: Aberdeen
- £35,594 to £40,712 per annum, G14
- Hours: Full Time
- Contact: Please see description
- Reference: ABC05230
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Location: Woodhill House
Duration: Permanent, Full Time (2 posts)
Two exciting opportunities have arisen for Solicitors to join Aberdeen City Council’s Commercial Legal Team, part of the Commercial and Procurement Service, based at Woodhill House. These varied roles will involve assisting and advising on commercial matters across all disciplines of the Council as well as on a number of major capital projects being delivered in the City.
The post holder needs to hold as a minimum:
Admitted as a solicitor in Scotland and a current unrestricted Practising Certificate from the Law Society of Scotland
An up to date knowledge of the legislation and practice in the Commercial and Procurement Services portfolio areasResponsibilities
The post holder is expected to demonstrate:
Provide succinct and commercially focussed advice and support to the Council and other bodies on a wide range of commercial legal issues
Actively represent the Council’s interests in legal matters to a high professional standard and in a manner which is flexible, accessible, approachable and solutions focused
Demonstrate a creative approach to problem solving and the resolution of a wide range of legal and/or contentious issues of varying complexity
Actively use effective communication skills to influence and resolve a wide range of legal issues of varying complexity
Critically evaluate information, data, and situations to assist in problem solving
Work as an effective part of a team and on own initiative
Foster and maintain successful co-operative working relationships across all levels
Evidence proficiency in analytical, research, investigative and drafting skills
Work to tight deadlines, and proficiently adapt to the changing priorities and working practices of the Service and the Council as a wholeThe Individual
Please see the Job Profile for further information.
Applications must be made online at myjobscotland.gov.uk
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