About the job

In-House Employment Lawyer- Bath, Somerset.

Are you a qualified Employment Lawyer (eligible to practise in the UK) with at least 3-5 years of post-qualification experience? Are you commercially focused and enthusiastic about small business? Do you have sound drafting skills, and thrive on attention to detail, as well as great verbal communication skills? Are you looking for a part-time role? If so, we could have a great opportunity for you working outside the traditional legal environment in our growing tech business.

citrus HR is a fresh, vibrant HR support company that provides outstanding HR software and support. We’re now looking for another Employment Lawyer to join our legal team. You will have a modern and pragmatic approach and want to help us in our mission to make user-friendly HR advice and practices accessible to all businesses.

The main responsibilities are:

  • Creating, reviewing and updating our HR documents – everything from employment contracts and policies to customer guides and internal advice, ensuring we remain legally compliant in the documentation, information and advice we give, including the way we develop our software.
  • Acting as our subject matter expert on GDPR and Data Privacy, both for us as a software Company, but also in the context of us advising customers.
  • Acting as a technical expert for our HR Team- so whilst you won’t be doing direct client work, you will be helping the team with tricky cases across the whole HR remit.
  • Delivering training and CPD workshops predominantly for our HR Team, but which may also include customer webinars.

Whilst the right candidate is likely to be a specialist employment lawyer, we’d also like someone who has more general experience, perhaps working in-house, so that they can support our more general commercial needs for in-house legal support.

Salary DOE, 2-3 days per week

Whilst the Company offices are in Bath we will consider someone based remotely within the UK, subject to ability to travel into Bath occasionally.

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