Legal Manager – 2050

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Industry: Start-up Incubator and Internet Start-up company

Job Description:

Job Description Department the intern will be working Legal department, provision of legal advisory & ensuring effective legal and contractual management Job Description1


Leadership: Provide leadership and ensure efficient and effective management of staff and resources in the Legal department // Policy Development: Review and advise management on legal implications of internal policies and procedures // Review and draft contracts, agreements and internal policies and ensure that they are in compliance with all statutory or legal requirements. Job Description2


Legal Risk: Review and provide legal advice on tender documents & Regulatory Compliance: Continuously monitor compliance with statutory obligations and advise management accordingly. Job Description3


Review ongoing cases and advice management accordingly & Contract Negotiation: Review all contracts or any other documentation where the Company has committed itself itself and assess effects Job Description4


Liaise with relevant departments to ensure that where legal risks have been identified, appropriate courses of action have been taken & Create contractual instruments to assist business activities Job Description5


Provide legal protection and risk management advice to management especially on contract management & Administrative Duties: Provide continuous supervision and training of department staff Job Description6


Provide and interpret legal information, disseminate appropriate legal requirements to staff & Liaise with the HR department in conducting performance appraisals and ensure competency to fill GAPs Measurable results expected from the intern

  • Company experiences 0 legal obstruction (risks effectively managed)
  • Management is efficiently notified of all legal related activities
  • Effective management of any legal department staff members

Aditional benefits: Besides the salary, they will provide comfortable accommodation and food.

Salary: EUR 751.00

Duration:Minimum 1 year

Expected Start Date: 05.05.2014

Requirements:

How would you describe an ideal candidate for this role in your company?

  • Highly motivated person with a good understanding of international and commercial law. Displays creativity in solving problems and finding solutions, with good communication and organisational skills. Flexible to change projects and topics frequently.
  • I.I.E = Intelligence (ability to solve a problem from point A to point B, and learn new things quickly)
  • Integrity = doing the right thing when no one is watching, and Energy – self motivated and proactive.
  • Background in Legal – Commercial and international Law
  • Work Experience: Existing work experience in law is preferred – commercial and international business law is also preferred

Accounting Taxation(Required) Finance Risk Management(Preferred) Human Resources Introductory HR management(Preferred) Law International Law(Preferred)   Introductory Law(Required)   Business Law(Required)   Professional Skills Organisational Management(Preferred)   Training/ Facilitating skills(Preferred)   Presentation skills(Required)   Team Management(Required)   Leadership skills(Preferred)   Client Servicing Skills(Preferred)


Languages Excellent English(Required) Good French(Preferred)

 

If you get interested, please send us your CV, Cover letter and a video resume no longer than 10 mins via youtube or video link (or other) that they can view along with their paper resume. The video must contain who you are, why you are applying for this position and how you can contribute to the company.

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