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Lawyer / Senior Lawyer (Development)

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Job ID:

14017

Practice Area(s):

Highways, Planning, Procurement/Contracts

Location:

West Yorkshire, Yorkshire 

Role:

Qualified Lawyer
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Employment Type:

Permanent Full-Time

Posted:

21.07.2020

Employer type:

Local Authority
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Job Description:

PO3 - PO6: (From 1st April 2019) spinal column points (SCP) PO3-PO6 32-38 £34,788- £40,760 38-43 (£40,760 - £45-591) (pro-rata for job share) (Pay award pending from 1st April 2020)

(Starting salary dependent on experience) subject to career grade

Based in City Hall Bradford
 
This is a great opportunity to work in a thriving city with award winning parks, nature reserves, historic architecture, museums, galleries and first class leisure facilities Bradford Metropolitan District has it all. You will be based in the Bradford City Centre in the Grade One Listed City Hall and have all the benefits of the cultural, retail and leisure facilities that Bradford has to offer as the 4th largest Metropolitan District.
 
The Councils general conditions of employment apply including – 8 statutory holidays, 27 days annual leave and flexible working (pro-rata).
 
The post-holder will assist the Team Leader (TL) and Deputy Team Leader (DTL) of the Property Commercial and Development (PCD) Law Team in providing a high quality legal service primarily working in the area of Development Law (Planning, Highways and Licensing) in a wide range of matters; receiving guidance and supervision from the TL and DTL and support from colleague lawyers where appropriate.

The successful candidate will be required to provide a professional legal service, exercise professional judgment and make all day-to-day operational decisions on allocated matters and cases in the context of legal advice and assistance given to Council officers and the Councils elected members and is expected to influence and negotiate with contacts both internal and external to the Council.

Contacts will include officers at Chief Executive level and below, portfolio holders, elected members, regulatory bodies, other Council staff, private practice solicitors and barristers and other professionals involved primarily in the area of work of development law matters and to give appropriate advice and assistance to officers and members in the matters allocated to the post holder.

From time to time the post holder may be required to assist in the other areas of work of the PCD legal team in response to the requirements placed on the Councils Legal Service.

The post holder will be a solicitor entitled to practice in England and holding a current practicing certificate, a barrister entitled to practice in England and holding a current practicing certificate or a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.

To achieve PO5-6 the post –holder will require at least 5 years’ experience of development law matters. gained while practicing as a solicitor, barrister; less than 5 years may be acceptable for an outstanding candidate.
 
For further information regarding this post please contact Michael Bowness Assistant City Solicitor Christine Meakins (TL) Tel. 07792 938422 or Richard Winter Tel.07582 103592

Closing Date: 7 September 2020

For further information or to apply, please click on the Enquire/Apply button below.
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City of Bradford
West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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Lawyer / Senior Lawyer (Development)

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

14017

Practice Area(s):

Highways, Planning, Procurement/Contracts

Location:

West Yorkshire, Yorkshire 

Role:

Qualified Lawyer
col-narrow-right   

Employment Type:

Permanent Full-Time

Posted:

21.07.2020

Employer type:

Local Authority
col-wide   

Job Description:

PO3 - PO6: (From 1st April 2019) spinal column points (SCP) PO3-PO6 32-38 £34,788- £40,760 38-43 (£40,760 - £45-591) (pro-rata for job share) (Pay award pending from 1st April 2020)

(Starting salary dependent on experience) subject to career grade

Based in City Hall Bradford
 
This is a great opportunity to work in a thriving city with award winning parks, nature reserves, historic architecture, museums, galleries and first class leisure facilities Bradford Metropolitan District has it all. You will be based in the Bradford City Centre in the Grade One Listed City Hall and have all the benefits of the cultural, retail and leisure facilities that Bradford has to offer as the 4th largest Metropolitan District.
 
The Councils general conditions of employment apply including – 8 statutory holidays, 27 days annual leave and flexible working (pro-rata).
 
The post-holder will assist the Team Leader (TL) and Deputy Team Leader (DTL) of the Property Commercial and Development (PCD) Law Team in providing a high quality legal service primarily working in the area of Development Law (Planning, Highways and Licensing) in a wide range of matters; receiving guidance and supervision from the TL and DTL and support from colleague lawyers where appropriate.

The successful candidate will be required to provide a professional legal service, exercise professional judgment and make all day-to-day operational decisions on allocated matters and cases in the context of legal advice and assistance given to Council officers and the Councils elected members and is expected to influence and negotiate with contacts both internal and external to the Council.

Contacts will include officers at Chief Executive level and below, portfolio holders, elected members, regulatory bodies, other Council staff, private practice solicitors and barristers and other professionals involved primarily in the area of work of development law matters and to give appropriate advice and assistance to officers and members in the matters allocated to the post holder.

From time to time the post holder may be required to assist in the other areas of work of the PCD legal team in response to the requirements placed on the Councils Legal Service.

The post holder will be a solicitor entitled to practice in England and holding a current practicing certificate, a barrister entitled to practice in England and holding a current practicing certificate or a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.

To achieve PO5-6 the post –holder will require at least 5 years’ experience of development law matters. gained while practicing as a solicitor, barrister; less than 5 years may be acceptable for an outstanding candidate.
 
For further information regarding this post please contact Michael Bowness Assistant City Solicitor Christine Meakins (TL) Tel. 07792 938422 or Richard Winter Tel.07582 103592

Closing Date: 7 September 2020

For further information or to apply, please click on the Enquire/Apply button below.