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Join Imperial Consultants (ICON) and help us make a meaningful difference to organisations worldwide. We are a small and forward thinking company working closely with Imperial’s researchers and our clients. 

Current vacancies

Contracts Manager

Are you a highly motivated, pro-active legal contract professional with experience in higher education? Could you act as the interface between the academic community and external organisations to negotiate commercial and contractual arrangements for consultancy projects? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you.

Our Business Engagement team is seeking a Contracts Manager to negotiate a wide range of contracts with a variety of UK and overseas clients to achieve the best possible contractual terms and conditions in respect of intellectual property, warranties, indemnities and other contract related issues within the context of College and company policies and procedures. You will also support the consultants to ensure they operate within College and company processes and regulations.

Job reference: PRO00345
Date posted: 3 October 2019
Closing date: 31 October 2019
Location: South Kensington Campus
Position type: Full time, permanent
Salary: £47,842 – £57,606 plus benefits

Click here to find out more about the contracts manager role – and how to apply.

Unfortunately we do not accept speculative applications.

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