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In-house regulatory advocate
Up to £65k
Wembley - London
A nationally recognised and high profile regulatory body, is looking for a Regulatory Advocate to advise on, prepare and present cases. The role is based at Wembley.
In-house regulatory advocate overview
These cases involve all those subject to the jurisdiction of the body and cover the full range of conduct of their members both personally and professionally.
Key responsibilities include:
- Providing legal advice and support to investigations, including the gathering of evidence and formulating charges.
- Preparing and presenting cases dealt with by the Regulatory Commissions and Appeal Boards.
- Providing advice to the body and other stakeholders on regulatory and disciplinary issues.
- Help with developing, refining and adjusting the regulatory rules, regulations, systems and procedures.
- Help with advising on and drafting rule and regulation changes.
You are going to need considerable advocacy skills and diplomacy, gained in an adversarial setting. Significant experience of providing advice on investigations and the strength of evidence, preferably in a professional disciplinary context, is essential.
You will need to have worked in regulatory environments and be adept at interpreting regulations and inputting into future changes of regulation.
You must be flexible and adaptable, willing to handle a wide range of cases and possess the ability to work in an extremely fast paced environment, often under intense media scrutiny, in order to meet strict deadlines when required.
The ability to be confident, articulate and assertive is a must but you must also possess a soft and collaborative approach when needed. Teamwork is key, especially in this role.
Finally, you will need to love The Beautiful Game.
The salary is up to £65k depending on factors such as experience, performance at interview etc. In addition there are some excellent corporate benefits, unique in their nature.
Due to the requirements of this In House Regulatory Advocate role, the successful applicant will be required to undergo a screening process that will include an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure.
If you're interested in this in-house regulatory advocate role, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us.
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