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Senior Regulatory Lawyer and Deputy Registrar to the Board of Trustees at Bournemouth University

Senior Regulatory Counsel and Deputy Council Clerk

(Ref: LCG05)

Starting salary of £51,799 to £58,279 per annum with further progression opportunities up to £63,668

Bournemouth University’s vision is global recognition as a leading university to inspire learning, advance knowledge and enrich society through the fusion of education, research and practice . Our highly skilled and creative workforce is made up of people from a wide cross-section of the world, who reflect a variety of backgrounds, talents, perspectives and experiences that help build our global learning community .

Are you a qualified and experienced lawyer with a strong interest in governance?

Would you like to work for a charity and transform lives through higher education?

Join our friendly, supportive and experienced corporate governance and legal services team working in a diverse and interesting internal environment.

You will advise the University on a range of legal issues with a focus on regulatory compliance.

Along with a competitive salary, defined benefit pension plan and generous annual leave, this role offers an exceptional development opportunity to grow internally and take on the role of Deputy Registrar of the Board.

For more information or an informal chat, please contact Deborah Wakely, Head of Legal Services and Corporate Governance and Clerk of the Board. To arrange a call please email [email protected]

The team works flexibly and supports hybrid working. Further details will be provided during the recruitment process.

A detailed job description and person specification is available on our website along with an online application form. You can also email the HR Services team at [email protected] quoting the appropriate reference (LCG05).

BU values ​​and is committed to an inclusive work environment. We seek a diverse community by attracting, developing and retaining staff from diverse backgrounds to contribute to inspiring learning, advancing knowledge and enriching society. To support and enable our people to achieve work-life balance, we will also consider proposals for flexible working arrangements or job sharing.

Closing date: (Midnight) Tuesday, May 17, 2022.

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