An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Solicitor/Associate to join our Energy and Infrastructure team. This role presents an excellent opportunity to work in a client-facing role in a supportive team, which is top ranked by
Chambers in energy. Whilst previous experience in energy or infrastructure is desirable our client is also keen to hear from applicants who would like to switch into the energy and infrastructure sector.
The central belt team undertakes the firm’s work in the energy, infrastructure and construction sectors and advises developers, investors, sponsors, lenders and the public sector across of a variety of sectors: power (wind hydro, solar, tidal and biomass), heat, infrastructure (education, health and transport) and construction (real estate development and investment).
You can expect to work on a mix of renewable power, heat and infrastructure projects. Due to the breadth of work that the team undertakes you will work across a number of sectors and we will encourage you to develop your own
areas of expertise. This role presents an excellent opportunity to utilise a wide range of skills and be exposed to a variety of transactions. Delivering projects is a team effort and you will work with a number of partners within the team and colleagues from across the firm in Banking, Corporate, Planning and Real Estate. Our clients offer a fantastic training programme with clearly defined career paths and our ambitious growth plans offer significant future opportunities and also have a range of flexible working options available including excellent infrastructure to support remote working and working from different offices.
Core responsibilities of this role consist of:
- Advising on developing or bidding for new greenfield projects including setting up joint venture arrangements
- Advising on the financing and implementation of new greenfield projects
- Advising of the sale and purchase of greenfield and built and operating assets
To apply for this position or discuss in more detail, please contact us today.