For its Québec regional office located in Montréal, IBC is seeking candidates for the following position:
Technical and Legal Affairs Division
Full-time Temporary Position (until December 2021, possibility of renewal)
Reporting to the Director, Technical and Legal Affairs, the incumbent provides legal services to the management and the various committees of the organization. In particular, the legal counsel is called upon to provide an advisory role, conduct research, write legal opinions, participate in representations and negotiations with external organizations or partners, prepair and participate in decision-making meetings, and provide monitoring of case law and legislative affairs.
The candidate should have achievements demonstrating his or her ability to play an advisory role in complex cases. He or she also demonstrated research and reporting skills and a higher level of autonomy to coordinate several activities and ensure the management of the mandates entrusted.
- Bachelor's Degree in law and member of the Barreau du Québec;
- 3 to 5 years of experience as legal counsel;
- Experience in insurance law, civil liability or administrative law (an asset);
- Excellent level of spoken and written French;
- Fluency in spoken and written English;
- Mastery of the usual softwares and ability to search legal databases.
- Competitive salary;
- Pendulum teleworking (currently 100%);
- Modern office located in downtown Montreal and easily accessible by public transit.
If you are known for your rigor, your professionalism, your analytical spirit as well as your ability to work both alone and as a team, you are invited to send us your resume, accompanied by a letter of motivation supporting your candidacy, to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
The position is available now. We are already looking forward to meeting you!
We would like to thank all candidates. However, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
The male gender was used for the sole purpose of lightening the text.