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Ontario Teachers'​ Pension Plan Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug 13, 2022
Full time
T he opportunity Reporting to the Deputy Chief Legal Officer, the Global General Counsel, Enterprise Legal Services will have direct global oversight for strategy and global execution of the Pension Law and Policy, Commercial Law, Employment, Labour, Immigration Law, Privacy Law and Litigation practice areas (the “Practice Areas”). Who You'll Work With You will manage a high performing team of legal specialists across the Practice Areas, work closely with internal and external global partners and act as an effective liaison between members of the Executive Team, board members and senior management. What You'll Do Strategic Legal advisor Provides strategic, high quality and business oriented legal counsel to the organization globally across the Practice Areas, including but not limited to helping to drive compliance with relevant laws and regulations, provide advice on legal risks related to the Practice Areas and support Teachers’ culture of workplace fairness and equity. Oversees the efficient and effective delivery of legal services globally across all applicable Practice Areas, including overseeing budgeting and execution of legal initiatives and projects supporting those areas. Advises and presents to the Executive Team, Senior Management and the Board on legal and reputational risks and trends in the Practice Areas, including mitigation strategies. Provides enterprise legal and regulatory support through partnership and collaboration with key clients and stakeholders, including others in Legal, Government & Public Affairs, Compliance, Risk and business partners, for the purpose of influencing decisions and managing risks to achieve strategic goals. Collaborates with other members of the Corporate Affairs team with respect to monitoring and developing submissions regarding legislative, regulatory and jurisprudential issues impacting the Practice Areas and the business, including acting as a key liaison on behalf of Ontario Teachers’ with applicable regulatory bodies. Oversight and Partnership with external counsel Working with the Practice Area leads, oversees and manages external counsel relationships and engagement across the Practice Areas, ultimately responsible for the content, quality and cost effectiveness of external counsel’s advice. Management accountability Develop & Lead an Effective Team Drives and obtains buy in to strategy across the Practice Areas and supports team’s effective execution against strategy. Delegates effectively to team of legal specialists and provides clear and appropriate guidance in identifying critical problems to which the application of legal principles will yield the greatest opportunities and minimize risks. Implements talent strategy for their team, with a view to global delivery of enterprise legal services, including identifying, coaching, and promoting the right talent. Empowers their team to take ownership in their area of expertise and hold them accountable to the strategy, drive discipline, actively challenging and ensuring meaningful progress. Focuses on driving engagement and building a strong culture to keep culture and team intact. Fosters the generation of unique ideas in others. Brings an understanding of how to assess and change culture within the department to optimize results and align to values. Provides advice and counsel on complex litigation matters globally as well as counsel on sensitive matters impacting the Practice Areas. Working with the Practice Area leads, retains and instructs outside counsel, setting priorities amongst demands for legal input and in coordinating and directing work of outside counsel. Influences and applies strategies on operational issues facing the department and the Board. Timing or judgment errors could result in a significant harm to corporate reputation as well as great financial benefit or loss to the Fund and impact on the reputation of Ontario Teachers’. What You'll Need Bachelor of Laws/Juris Doctorate/Bachelor of Civil Laws, call to the Bar of a Canadian, US or UK jurisdiction Member in good standing with applicable provincial/territorial Law Society Engaging, transparent and motivational team leader and player with the ability to delegate effectively while maintaining accountability. Proven ability to act with integrity and in an ethical manner with a focus on preserving reputation and demonstrated commitment to Teachers’ values. Proven experience collaborating, building and maintaining strong cross-functional relationships and promoting collaboration within and across teams. Proficient in negotiating, influencing, making recommendations and facilitating decisions among all levels within the organization. Outstanding communication and presentation skills, excellent interpersonal and client service orientation Excellent time management, analytical, decision making, and problem-solving skills with the ability to think in terms of the big picture, strategically and creatively, identify trends, anticipate legal issues and make sound legal judgments. Ability to thrive in a high growth, fast paced environment, to prioritize effectively, engage and raise issues appropriately within the organization. Broad knowledge of applicable legal and regulatory environment across Practice Areas, with specialize expertise in litigation, including understanding of emerging regulatory issues and market developments. 15+ years of experience practicing law in house at a leading company or at a top tier law firm which should include acting as a strong strategic partner to business teams and strong litigation experience. 5-10 years of previous experience in a supervisory and team building role. Experience in the financial services industry with pension sector experience a plus What We're Offering Pay for performance environment that offers competitive salary and incentives Numerous opportunities for professional growth and development Comprehensive employer paid benefits coverage Retirement income through a defined benefit pension plan A flexible/hybrid work environment combining in office collaboration and remote working Competitive time off Discount programs including Edvantage and Perkopolis Degreed: a digital platform that helps you quickly and easily discover, share, and track ALL kinds of learning resources — from courses to videos to articles and more. At Ontario Teachers', diversity is one of our core strengths. We are a globally minded organization and take pride ensuring that the people we hire and the culture we create reflect and celebrate diversity of thought, background and experience. Through our Inclusion & Diversity Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) events, celebrations, we offer a variety of opportunities for colleagues to connect for the purposes of professional development and networking & mentoring. How To Apply Are you ready to pursue new challenges and take your career to the next level? Apply today! You may be invited to complete a pre-recorded digital interview as part of your application. This portion of your application will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Accommodations are available upon request ( for candidates with a disability taking part in the recruitment process and once hired. Note that all individuals employed by Ontario Teachers’ in our Toronto office will be required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. We remain committed to an accessible, inclusive and barrier free workplace; written requests for a human rights-based exemption from vaccination will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the country where this role is located
Molson Coors Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug 13, 2022
Full time
Already an employee? You must apply through our internal portal: click here Legal Counsel & Corporate Affairs, E&L Date: Aug 10, 2022 Location: Burton on Tent, GB Company: MolsonCoors_UK Requisition ID: 22011 For over two centuries Molson Coors has been brewing beverages that unite people for all of life’s moments. We produce some of the most loved and iconic beer brands ever made. While the company’s history is rooted in beer, we offer a modern portfolio that expands beyond the beer aisle. About Us Our Export & License EMEA&APAC team have an entrepreneurial start up feel. Diverse and virtual, we have international experience to share with you and new markets for you to explore across EMEA and APAC. We are serious about results. We move fast, and cover a lot of ground. We like to prove our wildest ideas can work and set ambitious goals to make things happen. We offer a flexible work environment and trust our teams to manage their work and life in a mature and flexible way, balancing individual needs and the needs of our customers. We offer an opportunity to work in a truly global team, where your development is a top priority. If This Sounds Right For You And You Would Like To Be Part Of Our Growing Team, Read On And Get Ready To Apply, As We Are Recruiting For Legal and Corporate Affairs Counsel, Export & License, EMEA APAC Location: The UK This role will operate in a hybrid model, meaning two days will be in the office located in Burton-upon-Trent and three working remotely. Includes international travel at short notice. Reports to: Senior Legal Counsel, Export and License Direct reports : no Your Purpose as Legal & Corporate Affairs Counsel you will provide legal support to the Export and License (E&L)team across EMEA & APAC. Export and License is the 'growth engine' for our business. As such the role supports various projects, new distribution or license agreements, contract manufacturing and marketing/sponsorship deals, servicing the existing portfolio of agreements as well as various procurement/sales agreements, including support on any M&A/Joint venture type projects. Many of the agreements are governed by English law and are in English or dual language. Some Key Responsibilities Will Include Also Delivering solutions orientated, commercial and timely advice to key stakeholders to the Export and License team. Coworking with the senior leadership team on the internal communications strategy and particularly working alongside the HR Director and divisional directors. Negotiating and drafting distribution and license agreements. Providing labelling advice. Undertaking compliance checks and ensuring that compliance procedures are followed Building effective business partnering relationships. Supporting on complex transactions and projects Assisting in delivering legal and compliance training to support the license/export team more effectively. Supporting (and where appropriate takes the lead in) the implementation of global tools, documents and training to support the Export and License Team. Focusing on continual improvement to ensure templates remain fit for purpose, consistent with best practices and enables Molson Coors to do business effectively. In particular supporting the artificial intelligence contract creation project. Managing external legal resource and budgets for their own projects. On the corporate affairs side (20% of role): business partner with HR and central Corporate Affairs in area of sustainability, produce regular internal comms and articles, design and support of CA strategy for E&L with support from LCA Director and HR Director of E&L. If you have the following … we want to hear from you! No less than 6 months to four (4) years PQE as a solicitor (alternatively significant time spent as a paralegal may be counted towards PQE) and hold a current practising certificate. Strong academics and solid training and experience gained in a reputable commercial law firm, plus some in house experience. Commercial contracts experience essential. Sales, marketing, and competition law experience preferred. Commercial acumen, strong written and oral communication skills, advocacy skills, legal research skills and management skills. Energetic, passionate, and positive; able to thrive in fast-paced environment. Acquire and maintain business knowledge to contribute to strategy. Ability to learn and flex between legal and corporate affairs work. Goal oriented, flexible and able to re-prioritise as demands change Team player, diplomatic and adept in dealing with energetic and demanding clients within tight timelines. Creative, problem-solver with ability to operate and influence effectively across different cultures. Our Hiring Process After we’ve reviewed your application, will be in touch to learn more about you and help you understand if the role is a good fit for you. You’ll then be invited to meet our team which may consist of virtual and face to face meetings. There are likely to be 2 interviews and a written test. If we make an offer of employment and you accept, you’ll go through our On-Boarding program designed to ensure you have a great experience and are ready on your first day with us. The closing date for application : 16 August 2022 At Molson Coors we seek diversity. Differing perspectives lead to challenging the expected, which keeps new ideas bubbling up. We’re an equal opportunity employer and invite applications from candidates from all backgrounds, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic. We take pride in celebrating our unique brew.    
The National Bank of Canada Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Aug 12, 2022
Full time
Tenez un rôle central La Banque du Canada s’est donné comme vision d’être une banque centrale influente – dynamique, engagée et digne de confiance – mobilisée pour un Canada meilleur. Aucun autre employeur ne vous offrira l’occasion d’œuvrer au cœur même de l’économie canadienne, au sein d’une organisation diversifiée et inclusive dont le travail a une incidence considérable sur le bien-être économique et financier des Canadiens. En tant qu’institution qui aspire à réinventer le rôle de la banque centrale, à renouveler ses façons de faire et à renforcer une culture d’innovation, la Banque vous proposera des défis stimulants et vous incitera à exceller.   Pour en savoir plus sur les prochaines étapes de notre processus d’embauche veuillez consulter  processus de recrutement .    Le saviez-vous? Monnaie virtuelle La Banque du Canada a mis en place un projet pour être prête à émettre une monnaie numérique de banque centrale (MNBC) à usage général, semblable à l’argent comptant, si le besoin s’en fait sentir. Une monnaie numérique de banque centrale (MNBC) est comparable à un billet de banque, mais sous forme numérique.   Pour un complément d’information sur le programme de MNBC, consultez la note d’information Plans de prévoyance concernant une monnaie numérique de banque centrale et le discours du sous-gouverneur Tim Lane « L’argent et les paiements à l’ère numérique ».    Système financier La Banque du Canada favorise la prospérité économique et financière du pays en faisant la promotion de la stabilité et de l’efficience du système financier, qui comprend les banques et coopératives de crédit, les marchés financiers ainsi que les systèmes de compensation et de règlement. À cette fin, la Banque : offre des services de banque centrale, notamment des facilités de trésorerie et de prêt de dernier ressort agit comme organisme de surveillance et autorité de résolution à l’égard des infrastructures de marchés financiers essentielles effectue et publie des analyses et des recherches contribue à l’élaboration et à la mise en œuvre de politiques    Ce que vous ferez  Sous l’autorité de l’avocat général adjoint, vous fournissez à la Banque des conseils juridiques spécialisés en votre qualité de juriste chevronné. Vous fournirez des avis sur le programme de monnaie numérique de la Banque et sur le rôle que jouera cette monnaie dans le système financier.    En tant qu’avocat-conseil, vous aurez à retenir les services d’avocats de l’extérieur qui représenteront la Banque dans des situations où des conseils spécialisés sont requis et à gérer les relations avec ces avocats de manière autonome. De plus, vous aurez à travailler en partenariat avec les clients internes et les avocats d’autres d’organisations afin de répondre aux besoins en évolution de la Banque et de ses départements.   Vous devrez également : donner des conseils sur le programme de MNBC de la Banque pour atténuer les risques juridiques, financiers et relatifs à la réputation de la Banque évaluer les aspects juridiques des nouvelles formes d’infrastructures de marchés financiers dans le contexte des responsabilités de la Banque au titre de la Loi sur la compensation et le règlement des paiements et de l’autorité de la Banque à fournir des services bancaires participer à l’élaboration et à la conception de politiques, de processus et de documents internes liés aux responsabilités de services bancaires et de supervision de la Banque s’acquitter d’autres fonctions de conseil juridique auprès de la Banque   Ce qu’il vous faut pour réussir  Vous possédez une connaissance approfondie du droit réglementaire canadien, une expérience appréciable des services bancaires, des systèmes de paiement et des technologies financières, ainsi que la capacité de fournir aux clients des conseils juridiques pratiques, que ceux-ci soient élaborés à l’interne ou dans un cabinet d’avocats.   Ce poste exige également d’excellentes aptitudes pour la recherche, conjuguées à un vif intérêt pour l’évolution des enjeux juridiques et les progrès technologiques dans le secteur financier. Il nécessite des aptitudes supérieures pour l’analyse, et notamment la capacité d’analyser et de saisir rapidement l’essence de problèmes complexes ayant des répercussions sur la Banque et le secteur financier, et de concevoir de façon autonome des solutions adéquates.   Vous devez connaître le mandat, les besoins et les objectifs de la Banque et vous appuyer sur cette connaissance pour donner des conseils à la fois judicieux, pragmatiques et précis. Vous avez en outre une excellente facilité à communiquer tant oralement que par écrit et de solides aptitudes pour la planification, la gestion de projet et l’organisation pour bien gérer des dossiers complexes ou délicats et des priorités changeantes, tout en vous adaptant aux situations imprévues.    Pour bien exercer les fonctions de ce poste, vous devez aussi posséder d’excellentes aptitudes pour l’établissement de relations et savoir travailler aussi bien de façon autonome qu’en équipe. Enfin, vous devez être disposé à voyager à l’occasion (très peu de déplacements sont cependant prévus).   Atouts  connaissance du secteur des services de paiement et des technologies financières, y compris des aspects juridiques et commerciaux de la cryptomonnaie, de la chaîne de blocs, de la finance décentralisée et des contrats intelligents connaissance de la technologie et du travail avec des spécialistes des TI  expérience du droit relatif à la protection de la vie privée, de la lutte contre le blanchiment d’argent et le financement du terrorisme, et des contrats en matière de propriété intellectuelle et de transactions commerciales expérience acquise dans un important cabinet d’avocat, une grande institution financière, un organisme public ou une organisation internationale officielle connaissance du droit civil ou du droit international privé et public  connaissance de la structure générale et des grandes fonctions de la Banque du Canada   Vos études et votre expérience Pour ce poste, vous devez posséder un diplôme en droit et une adhésion au barreau d’une province canadienne, et, après l’admission au barreau, au moins huit années d’expérience. Une combinaison équivalente de formation et d’expérience pourrait être prise en compte.     Ce que vous devez savoir Exigence linguistique : intermédiaire (niveaux 3) de la deuxième langue officielle est le niveau minimum de départ. Des cours pourraient être fournis pour atteindre le niveau exigé, c.-à-d. une connaissance fonctionnelle (niveaux 4) La priorité est donnée aux citoyens canadiens et aux résidents permanents. Niveau de sécurité requis: Être éligible à l'obtention du niveau secret  Veuillez sauvegarder une copie de l'affiche. Une fois la date de clôture est passée, elle ne sera plus disponible. En réponse à la pandémie COVID-19 et conformément aux directives de santé publique, des mesures préventives sont prises pour assurer la santé et la sécurité pendant le processus de recrutement. Toutes les entrevues se tiennent de façon virtuelle.   Modèle de travail hybride   #LI-Hybrid La Banque met à l'essai un modèle de travail hybride qui offre aux employés la possibilité de faire du télétravail pendant une bonne partie de chaque mois. Au cours de l’essai, les employés ne seront tenus de se rendre sur place que les jours où ils participeront à des activités qui, selon eux ou leur leader, seraient mieux menées en personne.  Pour la majorité des employés, on s'attend à ce que le temps passé sur place varie entre 5 et 10 jours par mois, selon votre rôle.  Vous devez vivre au Canada, à une distance raisonnable de votre lieu de travail.    Politique sur la vaccination Veuillez noter que l’application de la politique de la Banque sur la vaccination contre la COVID-19 a été temporairement suspendue à compter du 20 juin, 2022.  Par conséquent, vous n’aurez pas à fournir une preuve de vaccination avant de commencer votre emploi avec la Banque.  Par contre, veuillez bien noter que la Banque se réserve le droit de réintroduire des exigences de vaccination à l'avenir si nécessaire pour répondre à l'évolution des conseils en matière de santé publique et/ou des directives du gouvernement.   Nous remercions toutes les personnes qui manifestent un intérêt en soumettant leur candidature à ce poste. La Banque communiquera uniquement avec celles retenues pour une entrevue.   Ce que vous pouvez attendre de la Banque Saisissez cette occasion unique de faire partie d’une équipe très performante au sein d’une grande organisation. La Banque offre un programme de rémunération et d’avantages sociaux concurrentiel conçu pour répondre à vos besoins à chaque étape de votre vie et de votre carrière. Pour en savoir plus sur les principaux avantages sociaux, veuillez consulter Tout ce qui s'offre à vous .     Le salaire se situe généralement entre 124 725$ et 155 905$, (niveau de poste 20) selon les compétences et l’expérience du candidat retenu. Selon votre rendement, vous pourriez recevoir une rémunération au rendement si vous répondez aux attentes avec succès (de 7 à 10 % de votre salaire de base) ou si vous les dépassez (15 % de votre salaire de base). Les employés qui fournissent un rendement exceptionnel dépassant largement les attentes peuvent être admissibles à une rémunération au rendement plus élevée. Un programme complet d’avantages sociaux flexibles vous permet de choisir le niveau de protection qui correspond à vos besoins en matière de soins de santé, de soins dentaires, d’assurance invalidité, d’assurance vie et d’assurance accident. Vous pouvez également acheter des jours de congé supplémentaires (maximum de cinq par année) qui s’ajoutent à vos congés annuels de base. Vous bénéficiez d’un régime de retraite à prestations déterminées indexées.  #LI-POST      
Chicago Title Insurance Company Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Aug 11, 2022
Full time
Full Job Description For over 70 years, Chicago Title has proudly provided security for Canada’s real estate transactions. When it comes to peace of mind, no detail is too small to overlook. From offering better value than anywhere else, and unmatched customer care, we will safeguard the real estate industry, one property at a time. Owned by Fidelity National Financial, North America’s largest title insurer, we are an industry leader in title insurance solutions, customer service, and real estate technology. Our focused, Canadian-based organization lets us respond quickly to our clients’ needs. We’re not just in the title insurance business, we’re in the client success business. We put the customer first, listening carefully to hear your unique needs and provide creative solutions. We strive for results, providing world-class products and services while continually innovating to improve what we offer. We never rest, nurturing our workforce to be the top tier in the industry, letting our clients experience peace of mind. Reporting to the Director - National Underwriting, the ideal candidate will be a client focused, highly professional with extensive experience in customer service within the real estate industry. Duties and responsibilities: Assist Underwriters in the analysis of difficult or complicated files – review and analyze title opinions, off title searches and/or supporting documentation while applying the Company’s underwriting principles and guidelines Review files for accuracy and quality control Review Private Lender files Communicate with lawyers and law clerks to explain coverages/answering the more challenging inquiries Legal Research Projects – whenever there is a need for legal research, perform research (often national in scope) and draft memo/chart outlining findings; oversee student in this work (when available) Participate in the development of guidelines and procedures Develop and update Continuing Professional Development presentations Attend real estate and title insurance industry functions Qualifications: Law Degree and a member of the Law Society of Ontario Residential real estate experience (Min. 2 years) Commercial real estate experience an asset Understanding of real estate conveyancing and real estate law Strong verbal and written communication skills Team player who works well under pressure with minimal supervision Resourceful, problem solver with a bias for action Good analytical ability Strong organizational and time management skills Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Power point and Outlook Willing to work overtime when required French is an asset As an employee of Chicago Title you will have the satisfaction of working in a progressive and diverse organization. Together, we are a cohesive unit working towards one common purpose. We encourage a positive team based atmosphere where every employee knows their efforts are making a difference. With a transparent business approach, every employee is aware of the direction of the company and accepts accountability for their actions. Providing our employees with a nurturing environment and opportunities to grow and excel is one of our top priorities. We pride ourselves on fostering a fair and respectful environment that encourages employees to pursue their career goals. Our employees are passionate about providing the products, solutions and expertise our clients need for their success – and ours. Promotion and hiring from within are important trademarks of the Chicago Title way! Benefits Competitive Compensation Package Comprehensive Group Benefits Plan (Health and Dental) RRSP Program Employee Stock Purchase Plan Vacation and Personal Care days Recognition for years of service Annual Corporate Awards recognition We thank all candidates for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Chicago Title is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations for candidates with disabilities participating in our selection process are available upon request.
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