Location UK / Down
Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract
Salary Not disclosed
Updated 3 weeks ago
Software Lawyer (5 years PQE)
MCS Group is recruiting for an exciting opportunity for a Software Lawyer in Co. Down with a globally recognised FinTech company. MCS Group is delighted to be working exclusively with one of the largest providers of products and consulting services in the Financial Technology arena, they design, develop, implement and support a broad range of mission critical data and trading systems across front, middle and back-office operations. Due to their continued local and global expansion plans they are recruiting an additional Solicitor to join their in-house legal team.
The Software lawyer will ideally be a minimum of 5 years PQE and have worked with large technology companies and on an international scale in a practice role or as an in-house solicitor in a technology business.
The solicitor will have experience advising on commercial contracts/agreements, intellectual property, data protection, freedom of information and IT procurement.
Supporting the wider business, this lawyer will have solid exposure to operations, technology, commercial and management teams. Daily they will be drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts including service agreements, wholesale agreements, sale and purchase agreements in many global countries.
This Software lawyer will have the opportunity to work internationally, be part of a great in-house legal team and develop themselves as the role and company continues to grow. The company in Co. Down are offering a great salary and benefits package for the right candidate.
To speak in absolute confidence about this opportunity please contact David McCallum, Legal Recruitment Specialist at MCS Group on 028 9023 5456 or send an up to date CV via the link provided.
If this position is not right for you, we may have others that are. Please visit www.mcsgroup.jobs to view a wide selection of our current jobs or call us on 028 9023 5456.
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