CAIA's Career Center is an easy-to-use, comprehensive resource connecting job seekers with employers in the growing AI field. Use your knowledge and credibility to advance your career or build a talented team for your organization. Opportunities targeted to CAIA Charterholders are prioritized.
In order to search for jobs specifically for CAIA Charterholders or those pursuing the CAIA Charter please enter “CAIA” in the search panel.
This will enable you to search for CAIA specific roles globally.
About Standard Chartered We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It's about showing how you embody our valued behaviours - do the right thing, better together and never settle - as well as our brand promise, Here for good.
We're committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture - one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.
Provide legal support and advice to the General Data Protection Regulation programme ("GDPR programme") in relation to the measures the Bank is taking to ensure compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR").
Delivering legal support and advice to GDPR programme key stakeholders and Supply Chain Management on legal matters pertaining to GDPR and third-party supplier contract remediation.
Provide legal support and advi ce to review, draft and negotiate Group commercial contracts with suppliers and other third parties.
Provide legal support, advice and training on new commercial contracts, orders and statements of work and renewals with minimum supervision to Supply Chain Management and other stakeholders across the Group Functions and Business.
Provide legal support and advice to other stakeholders in relation to other third-party supplier contract remediation programmes required to address Bank policies and procedures.
Promote a culture and practice of good conduct of business and adherence to legal standards.
The Role Responsibilities
Manage and implement the delivery of legal support for the GDPR programme, including the remediation of existing contracts to address GDPR requirements and supporting Supply Chain Management, Business, Functions and other Legal teams to incorporate GDPR requirements into new or renewed commercial contracts.
Act as the primary point of contact for escalations on GDPR legal matters.
Build and maintain close relationships with GDPR programme key stakeholders and leadership teams and relevant Supply Chain Management stakeholders.
Staying abreast of legal and regulatory developments pertaining to GDPR requirements, particularly how such requirements impact contractual arrangements, and providing advisory support.
Anticipating, identifying, mitigating, monitoring and reporting legal risks in relation to GDPR and other initiatives as required by the Bank's risk management framework.
Reviewing, advising, drafting and negotiating multi-country commercial contracts to ensure they meet Group Third Party Contract Standards and applicable law, including general goods and services agreements, business process outsourcing agreements, consultancy agreements and intragroup arrangements.
Support development of guidance and templates on contracts and provide training on contract legal issues.
Ensure close coordination with other Legal function teams. Where external counsel is appointed, liaise with external counsel and ensure the scope of work is defined and appropriate, oversee the quality of work and manage external legal costs and ensure appropriate overall matter management.
Profile: Able to work with various levels of management
Commercial: pragmatic, creative, practical and solution-oriented
Proactive: able to use initiative and ready to identify issues without being asked and provide advice accordingly
Flexible: able and willing to work long hours (if required) and, at short notice, travel to, and work in, challenging environments for prolonged periods of time
Team player: personable, responsible, helpful
Organised: able to prioritise workload and manage conflicting priorities to meet deadlines
Reliable, tactful, discreet, diplomatic: able to work with board members, other senior staff and persons of different nationalities and from different cultures, have good judgment and strong decision-making skills
Self-motivated: able to operate independently with no supervision.
Energetic: enthusiastic about the role, the function and the Group
Responsibility and perseverance
Highest professional standards
Our Ideal Candidate
Must be a qualified lawyer (solicitor, attorney or barrister) with minimum 6+ years' post qualification experience and have:
a good knowledge and understanding of commercial contract requirements including supply chain issues and data protection (knowledge of GDPR requirements would be preferred)
experience in contract legal support (whether through in-house or private practice) and business acumen
experience in structuring and executing a wide variety of commercial and supply chain related matters
experience in reviewing contracts using contract templates or using guidance/playbooks
ability to draft contract terms to meet requirements
ability to negotiate contract terms with third parties
understanding of risk management techniques
exemplary integrity, ethics, independence and resilience
personal authority with proven ability to establish relationships and provide strong direction at senior levels of the Group
Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.