Legal Contracts Manager

Legal Contracts Manager

  • Location

    Canary Wharf

  • Sector:

    Facilities Management

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £55k - 65k per year

  • Contact:

    Charlotte Stagg

  • Contact email:


  • Contact phone:

    020 3176 4790

  • Job ref:


  • Published:

    10 months ago

  • Expiry date:


My client is exclusively recruiting a talented and pragmatic Legal Contracts manager with experience in managing and negotiating a wide array of contracts, as well as complying with various obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (EU).


• Responsible for drafting and reviewing different legal documents, including Software Licence Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreements, Partnership/Referral Agreements, Reseller Agreements Referral (Introduction) Agreements and Master Services Agreements

• Negotiating with clients and liaising with internal sales team to ensure contracts accurately reflect the needs of the business

• Managing and keeping up to date storage of contracts, key terms contracts summaries

• Ongoing general consultancy role within the company regarding data protection and ensuring that appropriate mechanisms are in place to uphold fair processing requirements

The Successful Legal Contracts Manager;

This Legal Contracts Administrator role is based in London and requires:

• Comfortable drafting legal documents in plain English

• Ability to clearly explain legal jargon and concepts to non-legal colleagues

• Understanding of data protection responsibilities

• Ability to successfully implement company-wide policies and procedures

• Comfortable working across different jurisdictions (predominantly UK, US, Europe and Australia) and ability to recognise particular requirements based on jurisdiction

• Excellent planning, organisational and research skills

• Proven track record of managing and reporting on multiple, fast paced projects

• Experience in managing people useful but not essential

• Flexible, self-motivated and happy to take own initiative in learning new concepts

• Keen eye for detail

• Willingness to learn and grow within the company

• Law degree, with LPC completed

• In-house experience required (+5 years* *guidance only, candidates with more or less experience that meet with the role's technical requirements will be considered)

• Knowledge of GDPR is useful but not essential

Please apply for the role if you are interested and I look forward to speaking with you.]

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