SUMMARY: Regulatory Solicitor - 6 month Fixed Term Contract, London, 3+ years’ experience. This is an exceptional opportunity with a leading top 100 firm to work in their regulatory department on a 6 month FTC role. For more information, please contact Zoe Jones on 020 7183 8586 and quote job ref 2864
JOB TITLE: Regulatory Solicitor – 6 month Fixed Term Contract
PQE REQUIRED: 3+ years
SALARY: £45,000 - £55,000
This 6 month fixed term contract opportunity will suit an experienced Regulatory Solicitor or Barrister looking to further their career. Joining to take responsibility for a large existing caseload, as well as taking instruction on new files. The majority of the caseload will include fitness to practice investigations referred by leading healthcare regulators. To progress the cases you will undertake investigations and compile reports of findings. With the assistance of Paralegals you will fully prepare cases for hearing. This role is being offered by a leading top 100 firm and presents an enviable opportunity for the successful candidate.
THE REGULATORY ASSOCIATE:
The appointed Regulatory candidate will be qualified to practice in England, having qualified as either a Solicitor or a Barrister. You will have held a regulatory role for in excess of 3 years, ideally having handled healthcare regulation matters in the past. The firm is keen to appoint a Regulatory Solicitor with exceptional organisation and strong attention to detail.
This Top 100 firm has an exceptional reputation in the UK market, having handled outsourced fitness to practice matters for a number of years.
HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Zoe Jones at eNL on 020 7183 8586 or email email@example.com with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion. eNL will never share your CV with a third party without your express permission. As part of our candidate care process, we aim to respond to all applications in 7 days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide.