Legal Director Real Estate - Swiss Law 50% to 100%

Geneva Permanent

added 06/11/2023

  • Exciting opportunity to join an international project team, based in Geneva
  • Start-up phase of an ambitious real-estate / hospitality project in Switzerland

About Our Client

Our client is a privately-owned investment firm, dedicated to develop and promote an ambitious real-estate project in Switzerland.

Job Description

In collaboration with external lawyers, the Legal Director will:

  • Interpret laws, rulings and regulations for real estate transactions, construction and government relationships
  • Draft and negotiate contracts and documentation
  • Ensure that appropriate approvals are in place for the construction activity of the Company
  • Manage regulatory and compliance related services
  • Defend & Manage litigation.
  • Handle all company related legal issues, including contracts, corporate structure and documentation, financing agreements, planning and zoning issues
  • Do the follow up of court cases and coordinate solicitors/advocates
  • Draft the agreements and politics for the support of the Company's activity
  • Draft all Real Estate related Documents.

The Successful Applicant

We look for an entrepreneurial profile, able to effectively deliver concrete results in a fast-paced environment

  • Bachelor and Master degree in Law (Lawyer qualification is a plus)
  • 5+ years' experience in real estate sector in Switzerland
  • Good knowledge of Swiss law and special directives
  • Good knowledge of local construction norms and standards
  • Fluent in French and in English. German, Russian, Eastern European languages would be a plus
  • Experience in the Hospitality Sector is a plus

What's on Offer

Opportunity to work part-time (50% to 100%).

Additional advantages to discuss.

Astrid Requet-Barville
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Astrid Requet-Barville
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