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BlackBerry Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
May 25, 2024
Full time
About the Role BlackBerry’s IoT division is seeking an Administrative Assistant to support the Legal department in our innovative business, focusing on connected and autonomous vehicles, embedded software, and the Internet of Things (IoT). In this role, you will assist with various contracts, business service support, document processing, and research projects. This position requires a strong work ethic, attention to detail, ability to work independently, a willingness to learn, a team focus, and a "can do" attitude. Key Responsibilities Administrative Support: Provide support for various contracts and business services. Document Processing: Format, draft, and file legal documents and agreements. Research Projects: Assist with research on various topics as needed. Collaboration: Work with internal teams, vendors, customers, and partners. Required Skills and Qualifications Education: University and/or College Degree. Technical Skills: Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Attention to Detail: Impeccable attention to detail is crucial. Learning Attitude: Desire and ability for continuous learning. Team Focus: Strong focus on teamwork and collaboration. Experience: One or more years of experience in an administrative or support function is preferred. In-Person Requirement: Ability to work in BlackBerry’s Waterloo office at least 3 days each week. What We Offer Comprehensive Benefits Package: Attractive compensation and a full benefits package. Career Growth: A fantastic opportunity to start your career as a contracts manager, paralegal, or operations specialist. Professional Environment: Work alongside an outstanding team of legal and business professionals in an exciting and growing business. How to Apply If you are looking to kickstart your career in a dynamic and innovative technology company, we encourage you to apply. Contact: Please submit your application, including a resume and cover letter, to Link Below Join BlackBerry’s IoT division and be part of a team that is at the forefront of technology, working in a collaborative and supportive environment. Your hard work and enthusiasm will be rewarded with opportunities for professional growth and an exciting career path.
BlackBerry Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
May 25, 2024
Full time
About the Role BlackBerry’s IoT division is seeking a dedicated Legal Counsel to support and expand its global software business. This position offers a unique opportunity to work with BlackBerry IoT's talented and collaborative legal team. The role involves drafting and negotiating various legal agreements, as well as supporting senior legal team members on a broad range of issues, including regulatory compliance, marketing/advertising, intellectual property (including open-source compliance), and legal research. Key Responsibilities Draft and Negotiate Agreements: Create and negotiate a variety of legal agreements. Provide Legal Support: Offer legal assistance on diverse matters to mitigate risks and advance business initiatives in line with corporate policies. Evaluate and Mitigate Risks: Respond to business queries and provide appropriate legal solutions to minimize risks. Required Skills and Qualifications Experience: Up to 3 years of legal experience. Education: LLB or JD, with admission to practice law in Ontario. Interpersonal Skills: Exceptional ability to work collaboratively within a team environment. Communication Skills: Excellent drafting skills, along with strong oral and written communication abilities. Analytical Skills: Strong analytical and problem-solving capabilities. Independence: Ability to work independently with great attention to detail and a positive attitude towards constructive feedback. What We Offer Comprehensive Benefits Package: Attractive compensation and a full benefits package. Professional Growth: Opportunity to work alongside an outstanding team of legal and business professionals. Dynamic Environment: Be part of an exciting and growing business within a leading Canadian technology company with a global presence. How to Apply If you are a dedicated legal professional looking to grow your career within a dynamic and innovative technology company, we encourage you to apply. Contact: Please submit your application, including a resume and cover letter, to [Application Email/Link]. This is a rare opportunity to gain diverse legal and commercial expertise from a senior legal team while working in a global business environment. Your strong work ethic, willingness to learn, and proactive attitude will be highly valued and rewarded at BlackBerry.    
The Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS) Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
May 25, 2024
Full time
À PROPOS DE NOUS La Société de protection des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada (SPIIC) est une organisation à but non lucratif qui offre à plus de 150 000 infirmières et infirmiers admissibles des services de gestion des risques, une assistance et des conseils juridiques, ainsi qu’une protection en matière de responsabilité professionnelle liée à la pratique infirmière au Canada. Créée par la pratique infirmière pour la pratique infirmière, la SPIIC est spécifiquement conçue pour répondre aux besoins de responsabilité professionnelle des infirmières et infirmiers dans tous les rôles de la profession. DESCRIPTION GÉNÉRALE DU POSTE En tant qu’avocat ou éducateur, le conseiller juridique de la SPIIC fournit principalement une assistance et des conseils juridiques aux infirmières et infirmiers admissibles partout au Canada. Il ou elle est également chargé(e) de dispenser des formations sur la gestion des risques et de gérer les litiges ainsi que les services juridiques fournis par des conseillers externes. PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS Fournir des renseignements, des conseils et un soutien juridiques aux professionnels des soins infirmiers sur des questions liées à leur pratique professionnelle. Examiner et analyser des documents juridiques. Offrir des conseils et un soutien continu aux infirmières et infirmiers impliqués dans des litiges et des actions en justice. Gérer stratégiquement les litiges et les actions en justice dans les différentes administrations canadiennes. Documenter les services juridiques conformément aux normes et aux politiques en vigueur. AUTRES RESPONSABILITÉS Élaborer et présenter des modules éducatifs, des ateliers et des conférences sur les obligations professionnelles et les questions juridiques relatives aux soins infirmiers. Rédiger des articles pour publication sur divers sujets liés au droit de la santé qui concernent la profession infirmière. Rechercher et fournir des avis juridiques sur diverses questions organisationnelles. Représenter la SPIIC au sein de comités et de groupes de travail externes. EXIGENCES Diplôme en droit d’une université canadienne. Permis de pratique du droit dans une province ou un territoire du Canada appliquant la réciprocité selon l’Accord de libre circulation nationale. Expérience en droit de la santé et en litige civil. Expérience de travail avec des professionnels de la santé. Capacité à voyager. Disponibilité et capacité à déménager à Ottawa. PRINCIPALES COMPÉTENCES Au moins cinq ans d’expérience en droit de la santé et en litige civil. Excellentes compétences en communication orale et écrite. Compétences interpersonnelles supérieures. Compétences analytiques solides, esprit critique et compétences organisationnelles. QUALIFICATIONS CONSTITUANT UN ATOUT Baccalauréat en sciences infirmières avec une vaste expérience des soins infirmiers. Immatriculation ou admissibilité à l’immatriculation en tant qu’infirmière ou infirmier autorisé dans une province ou un territoire du Canada. Maîtrise des deux langues officielles, à l’écrit et à l’oral. Permis d’exercice du droit civil. Connaissance de SharePoint. POURQUOI CHOISIR LA SPIIC? Régime de rémunération global concurrentiel, incluant le salaire, des prestations complètes en matière de santé et de bien-être, et un régime de retraite à prestations déterminées. Travail gratifiant dans un environnement collaboratif, dynamique, studieux et positif. Indemnité de congé annuel et congés de maladie. Mentorat par des pairs et possibilités de leadership. Activités organisées par le comité social. Veuillez envoyer votre lettre de présentation ainsi que votre curriculum vitæ à hr@cnps.ca . Adressez votre demande à l’attention de Chantal Léonard, directrice générale. Nous remercions tous les candidats pour leur intérêt. Seuls les candidats retenus pour une entrevue seront contactés. La SPIIC encourage les personnes vivant avec un handicap à poser leur candidature. Des accommodements sont offerts sur demande pour les candidats participant à chacune des étapes du processus de sélection.
Cartel inc. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
May 24, 2024
Full time
Job Title: Insurance Defense Lawyer Location: Toronto Experience Level: Minimum 5 years Salary: Excellent Job Type: Full-Time Email Applications To: Ben@cartelinc.com About the Role: Cartel Inc. is seeking a seasoned Insurance Defense Lawyer with a minimum of 5 years of experience to join a prestigious legal team. The ideal candidate will possess strong litigation skills, excellent analytical abilities, and a deep understanding of insurance defense law. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a leading law firm that values expertise, dedication, and innovation. Responsibilities: Represent clients in all phases of insurance defense litigation, including pre-trial, trial, and post-trial. Conduct legal research, draft pleadings, motions, and discovery responses. Prepare and argue motions, including summary judgment motions. Take and defend depositions, including those of expert witnesses. Advise clients on legal issues related to insurance defense. Develop case strategies and manage case files. Negotiate settlements and participate in mediation and arbitration. Ensure compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. Qualifications: Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited law school. Member in good standing with the [State/Province] Bar. Minimum of 5 years of experience in insurance defense litigation. Strong knowledge of insurance law and regulations. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proven ability to manage multiple cases and deadlines. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Why Join Us: Competitive salary and benefits package. Opportunities for professional growth and development. Supportive and collaborative work environment. Access to high-quality resources and technology. If you are a dedicated Insurance Defense Lawyer looking to advance your career, we want to hear from you! Please send your resume to Ben@cartelinc.com . Cartel Inc. is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals.
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